BGSU (Early Childhood)
I have a lot of experience in the teaching field. I am currently a short-term substitute at Huntington Elementary School in Brunswick as a Title 1 teacher. I also completed another short-term substitute assignment in Second Grade at Crestview Elementary School in Brunswick. Last school year I taught Kindergarten at Westpark Community Elementary School. In 2013-2014 school year, I completed a short-term substitute position as a First Grade Title 1 Reading/Math Coach at Applewood Elementary School in Brunswick. I also subbed in many districts such as North Royalton, Parma, Strongsville, Brecksville-Broadview Heights, Medina County, Cuyahoga Heights, and North Olmsted. I implemented different behavior management techniques and taught everything that was planned for me. I completed my methods and student teaching in a second grade classroom at Holloway Elementary in Holland, Ohio. I completed my pre-school practicum at the Child Development Center on campus at Bowling Green State University. I have had field placements tutoring in Toledo and observing a second grade classroom in Findlay. I have a passion for teaching. I want my students to reach their fullest potential and I know I am the number one person who can facilitate that. I motivate my students to always try their best and offer positive feedback in everything they do. It is important to show that positive reinforcement in order to establish a positive learning environment.
Also, I am pursuing my Master’s degree at the University of Akron in Reading. I took the required Reading Endorsement test and passed (January 30, 2015).
You will be excited about reading and ready to do your best! I have a lot of experience in the teaching field. I am currently a short-term substitute at Huntington Elementary School in Brunswick as a Title 1 teacher. I also completed another short-term substitute assignment in Second Grade at Crestview Elementary School in Brunswick. Last school year I taught Kindergarten at Westpark Community Elementary
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I have my reading endorsement from the University of Akron. Working on my Master's in Elementary Education. I am a Title 1 teacher who works on phonics, fluency, and comprehension with third and fourth graders. I am familiar with the phonics programs- Orton Gillingham and Fundations.