What grade level do you teach?
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Jana - posted on 02/03/2009
I teach 4th and 5th grade language arts, I am one of the One Act Play directors, I have a 5 year old little girl and a 2 year old little boy. I also have twin 22 year old step-sons who are in college at UTSA. My husband works shift work for the local EMS/Fire Department so that makes me a part time single parent. We also have cattle on our farm that I take care of when my husband is at work and they need taking care of. I am very busy.
Cathy - posted on 08/12/2012
i taught special education for 15 years. i was in the thick of inclusion. went from being completely a pull out program to a fulley mainstreamed classroom. elementary level. specialised in autism and developmental disorders. had to retire following a massive stroke. now a days i reserve all my energy for my grandchildren. i have three little grandaughters ages 3,2 and 6 months. and i grandson due in september.
Nur - posted on 08/12/2012
Hi I am an English teacher from Turkey And expecting a baby:) I have question for you I'm looking for Preschool teachers who are native speaker of :English for my childcare center and kindergarten.Here in Turkey it is very problematic to teach English and in two years time I will open such a center and need teachers who wants to live in Turkey.Is there any volunteer? (in this case forget your prejeduce of Turkey and search from internet www.izmir.bel.tr This is the city I live in:) Looking for your answers
Mimrlith - posted on 05/19/2012
I teach English at all levels, literature, speech (public speaking, business communication) and creative writing at high school, college and professional levels. I've also taught theatre arts, production design, technical theatre, journalism, research writing and dance.
Angela - posted on 03/29/2012
I am not sure, it could be. Where do you live and teach. I am in Eshowe, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa and I work in a Catholic Convent run by German Nuns. Our school follows the South African syllabus but the set up and routine very much like the German Kindergarten.
Teresa - posted on 03/24/2012
I teach students with intellectual disabilities who are in grades K - 5. I have 7 students in my class and one paraprofessional. It is an Extremly busy class as I have a lot of copy cat behaviors. I have one student who I think has short term memory issues. To make matters worse, parents are having him take Arabic classes. He can't even remember the ABC's now or how to spell his name. His transition IEP will take place in the next few weeks and I'm at a loss as to what to do with him.. He's not achieving his goals so I feel as if I've failed him.
Another student isn't motIvated at all and is frankly lazy. Parents don't make him do anything, all mom makes him is home made pizza, chicken nuggets and French fries. He is a typical student with Downs Syndrome. Stubborn as hell, but very sweet and caring. He feels remorse when he's done something wrong and you confront him.. But it last a few seconds and he's being a little shit again.. He never listens.. I start Monday with some ABA.. Let's hope it works!
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