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Colleyville Heritage High School Spanish 1 and 2 Pre-AP Teaching experience: 2.5 years
More about me:I am a Fort Worth native, and I teach in the DFW area not too far from where I grew up. My husband and I have 2 precious rescue "kittens" (both are almost 3 now) named Pepper and Thunder. I began learning Spanish informally in elementary school and then began formally in 7th grade and continued through all 5 years. In college, I studied abroad in Salamanca, Spain. Attending TELL Collab for the first time in 2016 was such an incredible experience - the connections I made have provided ongoing PLC through Twitter! I am very interested in standards-based learning/grading and am in the early process of implementation.
Dr. University of Baghdad, College of Science for Women I teach under- graduate students Teaching experience: More than 15 years
More about me:I am down to earth person and I like to share my knowledge with other people. I like to teach because I think teaching English is like giving learners the means to unlock the treasures of knowledge and wisdom.
French Teacher Timber Creek High School All levels, but this coming year I, II, II PAP Teaching experience: 25 years +
More about me:French teacher for almost 30 years now, still passionate about teaching AND learning! Always looking for ways to improve, so I'm really excited about this year's TELL Collab! Looking forward to great things happening!
Elementary Spanish Teacher The Girls' School of Austin 3rd, 4th and 5th grades Teaching experience: 5 years
More about me:I currently teach Spanish to the 3rd, 4th and 5th graders at the Girls' School of Austin. I use the TPRS approach so all year we explore through stories and projects. We also do field trips in Austin such as attending bilingual plays and ordering food in Spanish. I'm always looking for kid-friendly, comprehensible input because my students get so excited to turn this into output!