Coach and guide for young learners with exceptional skills and learning preferences; striving to connect classroom learning, technology, and opportunity to life outside the educational setting. From my experience, project driven learning empowers the learner with a sense ownership and accomplishment which mirrors how society works and lives.
Served as the Advisor for the R. W. Carpenter M.S. NJHS chapter for seven years in a row. In the last year, inducted 93 students to membership. Implemented chapter constitution, and various campus and group service projects. The Freerice.com project earned 600K+ grains in one afternoon marathon.
Whiz Quiz, sponsor for two years.
Named “First Year Teacher of the Year” in 1997-98 school year.
Various hospitality and community tasks, both large and small group leadership, always meeting new people, and offering benevolence to community members
Lead copier: responsible for all copies, special professor projects
Print shop secretary: customer interface, receiving, billing, and collaboration with other seminary schools
Supported Department head and students in the listening lab. Supported students with monitoring recording and audio assignments.
Worked under various team leaders and principals, main assignment classroom Language Arts teacher. Case manager support for a set of students: I interface with student, home, and teachers. Using eStar, prepare the draft, attend meetings, arrange required members, interpreters, support services, conduct surveys and add to Transition supplements, Autism supplements, attend CMIT/504, manifestation meeting, re-evaluation ARD meetings, and in collaboration with classroom teachers write goals, and form accommodations to support students with learning differences..
Advanced hours toward secondary degree
Advanced degree hours
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