This is my first full year as an Elementary Learning Support Teacher. My students are PreK4 through 5th graders with a variety of academic abilities. My students are part of a learning support classroom where they receive additional assistance with their classroom content. My school supports inclusion so my students are in the same classroom as their typically developing peers and then receive additional assistance, as needed, in the learning support classroom. Each student learns in their own, unique way and thrives off of positive reinforcement.
Throughout their time with me, we build their foundations of learning.
We begin with the basics of letters, sounds and numbers and grow into setting individual goals and determining what we need in order to accomplish them. My students struggle with self confidence and independence due to struggling with academics within the classroom. We strive to become more confident and more independent throughout the elementary school years.
My students need extra repetition to learn basic concepts such as letter names, formations, letters and counting money. They get bored with learning and drilling these skills daily. These Osmo products will help them be engaged in their learning and make learning fun.
"Miss Scott that was so fun!" is a great thing to hear while they are learning and reinforcing a skill that they have been introduced to.
The students will be able to use these tangible pieces to create a unique, hands-on learning to learn the fundamentals that they need in order to grow. I love finding new ways to motivate my students to learn and grow with the knowledge that they have.
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