I teach 4 preschool classes of 50, 3-5 year old children. Many of my students have special needs and it drives me to find resources to give them the best opportunities in their first classroom experience. I have been an educator for 17 years and I love what I do. The best part about my day is seeing the children come with happy faces ready to learn and explore. Being a special needs teacher is very rewarding, I love getting to know the families of my students, and watching them grow and develop into amazing little humans.
I would like to help my preschool students explore areas of science, technology, and math, by offering learning centers within our child choice classroom. Students will engage in embedded learning in twelve ECERS centers using our new materials which consist of Natural Stack and Sort Board, Block Animals Building Set, Life Cycle Puzzles - Set of 4, Bead Sequencing Set, and Caterpillar to Butterfly, during 50 minutes of daily child choice activities.
Our preschool STEM goal is to help children reflect on their learning by asking open-ended questions about how they approach and solve problems, support children emotionally by creating safe and secure environments and organize the learning environment with a variety of age-appropriate learning materials
Being able to provide engaging learning materials will encourage students to build a love of science and math, and hopefully inspire them for years to come as they form basic concepts that they will take with them through their early development into kindergarten and early elementary school.
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