University of South Florida (Elementary Education)
University of South Florida (Other)
University of South Florida (Master's)
My love for teaching started at a very young age. I moved from Vermont to Florida when I was 17 and obtained my Associate, Bachelor, and Masters Degree in Elementary and Reading education. While I was in Florida I interned at two Title I schools: Rogers Garden Elementary and Daughtrey Elementary. I taught 1st, 4th, and 5th grade curricula. After my internships I chose to pursue my education while I assisted my mother. During my practicum in reading (final semester), I received a phone call from Mrs. Angela Essig inquiring about a 5th grade long term substitute position at Palm View Elementary. I visited the school and started right away (January-June, 2013).
I had planned on moving back up North after I received my Masters degree in Reading/Writing. Once school ended I made the transition from Florida to Vermont. My family is dispersed throughout New England and it was time to come home. Since then, I applied and was hired at the Ray School in Hanover NH as a Second grade long term substitute from November 2013, to March 2014. During this time I created and implemented lesson plans that aligned with the Common Core standards. I collaborated with Second grade team members, staff, and parents to actively enhance student learning. I tracked student success by implementing formal and informal assessments. I managed cooperative learning environments, classroom management, and provided differentiated instruction to meet learner needs. I provided a safe learning environment where students could thrive intellectually, emotionally, and socially. I developed hands on activities which promoted classroom community and learner success. I kept in close contact with parents and classroom teacher (on maternity leave) to ensure the highest quality of student learning. I am now employed at an academy in Pike, NH. I work as a kindergarten aide, reading specialist, and in the after school program. I am looking to pursue tutoring jobs that fit my area of expertise in reading and writing. I have worked in title I schools, am ESOL certified, and have provided one on one support with special needs students.
Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to hearing from you.
My love for teaching started at a very young age. I moved from Vermont to Florida when I was 17 and obtained my Associate, Bachelor, and Masters Degree in Elementary and Reading education. While I was in Florida I interned at two Title I schools: Rogers Garden Elementary and Daughtrey Elementary. I taught 1st, 4th, and 5th grade curricula. After
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I hold a New Hampshire teacher Educators License K-6 and a Master's degree in Reading education.
I worked in a 2nd grade classroom where I taught handwriting daily.
I Have worked in 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 5th grade classrooms with students of varying levels. I have implemented reading assessments, analyzed, and changed curriculum based on student needs. Materials I have used for Phonics instruction include: leveled books, cloze reading, explode the code, jump into phonics, Words their Way, sound sorting, etc.
I have worked in four Title 1 schools in inclusive classrooms with students who have had emotional and behavioral disabilities/disorders.