They are little sponges who thrive on learning more about the world around them. For many of my students, this is the year that they read complete stories on their own, solve word problems and conduct learning experiments with cooperative groups. My students are curious and interested in learning.
Our school is located in a growing suburban community that is located near a United State Air Force Base.
We have a culturally diverse population in our school made up of military families and people whose children are attending the very same school they attended as a child.
I would LOVE to attend the Get Your Teach On National Conference this summer. I want to have meaningful conversations with fellow educators and collaborate on ideas, tips, and strategies that are helpful in the classroom. I have read so many great things about this conference.
I have been teaching for 10 years, but I am a lifelong learner and I hope to always discover new, effective teaching strategies that will reach all my students.
Learning new ways to differentiate lessons so that they are meeting the needs of all students is very important to effective teaching.
After attending the conference, I will have the responsibility to share the awesomeness with my colleagues. I take this responsibility seriously, therefore I will be applying the information learned to my own classroom, but also making notes on how particular lessons or teaching strategies might benefit other classrooms in my school.
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