I'm a resource specialist at a public TK-6th grade elementary school in Sacramento, CA. As a resource specialist, I work with students who have mild/moderate disabilities. All of my students are in general education classes and come to me for specialized academic instruction for a part of the day. My students are an eager group of learners with mixed interests, abilities, and goals.
In RSP, I encourage my students to have fun while doing their best.
Creating a community and positive learning environment not only helps my students grow academically, but allows ample opportunities for growth mindset. When my students come to RSP, we work on strategies & remediations to help access general education content in a variety of ways. Together we learn & celebrate each-others wins no matter how big or small.
Many of my students are struggling readers who have and have not yet mastered their phonemic awareness skills. I always try to make learning fun & boost their self-confidence when they come to RSP. The Phonemic Awareness Instant Learning Centers would help my students master skills that are essential in learning to read.
Phonemic Awareness Instant Learning Centers would allow students to practice their phonemic awareness skills by learning through multiple modalities & exposures.
The components of the Phonemic Awareness Instant Learning Centers will be used with my small group K-2nd students. These are the students who are just learning to read, and phonemic awareness is the most important precursor to reading fluently.
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