I have been teaching for 14 years. I have always wanted to help students become better readers and to understand math. I enjoying working with my students, and I am here to help them grow on becoming lifelong learners. Since I began teaching, I have worked with low poverty, academically struggling students. I wouldn't want any other job because these kids make my job rewarding. I feel they want to be here once they see the passion I have to teach them and how I care about their future.
I want to support my students with their academic goals by supplying them with the resources I know will help.
My school is full of struggling readers, and the majority of them are from low-income/poverty homes. They are a good group of students that come to school to learn, and they want to be here because of the things that schools can offer that they can't get at home.
I hope that by supplying my classroom with more resources will help make a difference in how the students are able to learn.
The students I work with read at different reading levels and need the support to help them become better lifelong readers. With these materials, I feel students will be able to feel successful reading it at their level independently or with a partner, showing their growth in reading comprehension.
My students need to feel the success of reading, and by getting these materials for them will support their learning in reading and building a stronger foundation in reading comprehension.
I want to ensure these have the best they can get for their reading education that will last them a lifetime.
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