Rhode Island College (Graduate Coursework)
My name is Arianna and I am certified as a special education teacher (birth through middle school) and elementary/ early childhood (birth through 6th grade). I'm currently finishing my masters degree in early childhood. My current position is an integrated pre-school teacher and previously I was a resource teacher for grades kindergarten through 5th.
My name is Arianna and I am certified as a special education teacher (birth through middle school) and elementary/ early childhood (birth through 6th grade). I'm currently finishing my masters degree in early childhood. My current position is an integrated pre-school teacher and previously I was a resource teacher for grades kindergarten through
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I am a special educator that has worked with children with various disabilities, one being ADD/ADHD. I apply self calming strategies, behavioral management techniques, and activities that help foster focus. I ensure that my lessons incorporate high interest level in order to maintain attention. Also, I apply appropriate teaching strategies to help keep students on task.
I have attended professional development opportunities addressing the common core standards and how to align our lessons to these standards. I align all my lessons and plan-book to the Common Core standards. Also, all of my IEPs are written to these standards.
I have a bachelor's degree in elementary education grades 1-6th from Rhode Island College. I have been working with students in these grades for about four years in the North Providence school district. I have experience with teaching children one-on-one, in small groups, and whole group instruction.
I have attended a week training for Orton-Gillingham which focuses on phonics in order to increase fluency and comprehension skills. I have been trained and implement Fontas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Interventions. Also, I work with students that have reading disabilities and/or are in RTI for reading support. I implement lessons and/or assessments that review phonic skills and introduce/teach strategies to decode and encode words.
I have a bachelor's degree in special education for grades kindergarten through middle school. Currently, I am working as a resource teacher servicing children with various disabilities in the areas of reading, writing, math, and behavior. My four years of experience include working as a resource, inclusion, and extended school year teacher. I plan all of my lessons according to the students' strengths and needs as stated in their IEPs and the common core standards.