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University of the Philippines (B.S. Tourism Management)
I believe all students can learn and the challenge for us educators is finding ways to teach the way a child can learn best. I am passionate about teaching especially about reading because much of a persons success in school and in life is affected by the ability to understand the written word. Developing good reading skills is not merely learning to be proficient in decoding letters into words. Reading also teaches us to think critically; to evaluate, reason, and make wise decisions.
I am a former elementary and middle school teacher who decided to work part-time so I can devote myself to the needs of my family. I am highly qualified and fully board certified to teach in the State of Texas in the following areas of education:
1. Special Education (All Academic Subjects): Early Childhood through Grade 12
2. General Education (All Academic Subjects): Grades 4 through 8
3. English As A Second Language
Special Area: Trained and qualified to provide lessons in Dyslexia, Basic Language Skills
I have taught the following subjects in school:
1. English Language Arts Resource (Reading, Writing, Spelling) - Grade 1, 2, 6, 8
2. Mathematics Resource- Grade 1, 2, 3, 6, 8
3. Dyslexia Basic Language Skills
4. Social Studies - Grade 8 (Collaborating Teacher in the General Education Class)
5. Science - Grade 8 (Collaborating Teacher in the General Education Class)
6. 2nd Grade General Education (all subjects)
The Special Education Resource Class aims to teach the same curriculum as that of the General Education Class but employ additional tools and strategies to help our challenged learners understand concepts better. I am experienced in differentiating instruction for struggling learners, special needs population, and students with Limited English Proficiency. I have been a teacher to the learning disabled, visually impaired, hearing impaired, emotionally disturbed, autistics, dyslexics, and those with other health impairments and disabling conditions including ADD and ADHD. I am experienced in preparing, implementing, and documenting Individual Education Plans and Behavior Intervention Plans.
If you feel I may be able to help your child cope better academically, prepare for special tests such as STAAR (State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness) or have advance lessons; please contact me through WyzAnt. Thanks and God bless! I believe all students can learn and the challenge for us educators is finding ways to teach the way a child can learn best. I am passionate about teaching especially about reading because much of a persons success in school and in life is affected by the ability to understand the written
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I hold a valid State Board for Educators Certification in the following areas: General Education Grades 4-8, Special Education Early Childhood to Grade 12 (all subjects), and English as a Second Language 4-8. I have taught English Language Arts and Mathematics in Grades 1, 2, and 3 in elementary and Grades 6 and 8 in middle school. Being a Special Education Resource Teacher and a Collaborating Teacher in General Education classrooms require modifying and differentiating instruction to cater to the diverse needs of various types of learners. I believe all children has the capacity to learn and the challenge to educators is to find ways to teach children the way they can learn best.
I am highly qualified and certified to teach Special Education from Early Childhood through Grade 12. I had been a Resource Class Teacher in Special Education and a Collaborating Teacher in General Education. I have taught English Language Arts Grades 1, 2, 6, and 8; Mathematics Grades 1, 2, 3, 6, and 8; Science 8th Grade; and Social Studies 8th Grade. I am also trained and qualified to provide dyslexia lessons using Basic Language Skills to children who may or may not have been identified as dyslexic. I am used to differentiating instruction for special needs students and second language learners.
I have worked as a teacher to the learning disabled, visually impaired, hearing impaired, emotionally disturbed, autistics, dyslexics, and those with other health impairments and disabling conditions including ADD and ADHD. I have written, implemented, and documented Individual Education Plans (IEP's) and Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP's) for Special Education students. I am willing to collaborate with your child's classroom teacher to target specific skills to make him/her more successful in the classroom as well as work on IEP goals and objectives.