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B.A., The Ohio State University (Spanish)
Ashland University - Education (Enrolled)
I am currently in my fifth year teaching first grade. I graduated from The Ohio State University in 2012 and moved to Houston, Texas as a part of Teach for America. I taught first grade (all subjects) in Houston for four years. However, Ohio is home and I missed my family and friends so I just moved back to Columbus this past August. I am currently teaching first grade (all subjects) here in Columbus. I am also in graduate school to earn my Masters in Education with the goal of becoming a principal one day.
I have taught elementary reading for 5 years now. I teach whole group reading, small group reading, and reading intervention. I am familiar with students who read from a pre kinder level up to a third grade level.
I have taught the Common Core curriculum for math and reading. I currently am teaching Common Core! Although my teaching experience is only first grade, I have had students at varying levels. I have always had to differentiate for my low students and high students. I teach phonics every day and have an abundance of resources!
Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. My passion is education and I want your child to be successful this school year and beyond. I am confident I have the experience and resources to help your child! I am currently in my fifth year teaching first grade. I graduated from The Ohio State University in 2012 and moved to Houston, Texas as a part of Teach for America. I taught first grade (all subjects) in Houston for four years. However, Ohio is home and I missed my family and
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