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Published on December 5, 2008

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Danielle N. Amos : Danielle N. Amos Portfolio Project Education : Education 2001 Graduate of Parkersburg High 2006 Graduate of West Virginia University of Parkersburg with a BA in Elementary Education Currently have a WV Teaching License Work History YMCA : Work History YMCA Parkersburg YMCA Summer Camp Summer 2001 Camp Counselor: 5 and 6 year olds YMCA Motto: “We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities” Work History C&B : Work History C&B Christopher and Banks Grandcentral Mall – Parkersburg August 2001 – September 2005 Sales Associate to Floor Supervisor “We consistently provide excellent service, selection and value.” Christopher and Banks Website Work History NYAP : Work History NYAP National Youth Advocate Program - Administrative Assistant – Parkersburg Region April 2007 – August 2008 Mission Statement:“NYAP is an energetic instrument of compassion and change in the lives of children, youth, and families and the systems, structures and practices that affect them.” Conceptual Framework : Conceptual Framework Teaching Skills Planning Decision Making Skills Interpersonal Skills Professional Commitment Diversity Guidelines / Benchmarks for learning Keep reaching higher! Necessary for: Management Balanced approach to teaching Pillar #1 : Pillar #1 Planning Key factor in every aspect of classroom Provides basis for learning to occur Unexpected and Ordinary Academics / Layout / Student Behavior Pillar #2 : Pillar #2 Teaching Skills Along with theories and principles - guide students Individual Learners Teachers strive to make learning come alive! Reflective Pillar #3 : Pillar #3 Decision Making Skills Act instead of React Realize magnitude of decisions made Student’s needs must come first Pillar #4 : Pillar #4 Interpersonal Skills Open communication is critical Students Parents Colleagues Pillar #5 : Pillar #5 Professional Commitment Going the extra mile – every time! Latest and best techniques Strive to do your best no matter what! Pillar #6 : Pillar #6 Diversity Tolerance Not simply race, sex or ethnic group Everyone welcome All have a chance to succeed Management Info : Management Info Hands-joined Respect student’s decisions Learn responsibility and cooperation Work with students to find solutions Expert Powerbase Place value on learning experience Diligence and high level of expertise Interactionalist Students and teachers work together Opportunities for informed decisions Students learn self-discipline 3 C’s & Meeting Needs : 3 C’s & Meeting Needs Meeting student’s needs is very important Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Physiological to Self-actualization 3 C’s of Classroom Management Capable, Contributing, & Connected Helps students reach goals Students need to “taste” success Gain ownership in learning Develop confidence Students need to feel important Student Teaching : Student Teaching Williamstown Elementary School Williamstown, WV Spring 2006 3rd Grade – Susan Grandick Multi-subject 4th Grade – Dough Badgley Reading/Math Academic Clubs : Academic Clubs Kappa Delta Pi – Vice President: Spring 2004 President: Fall 2005 Recognizes Promotes Enhances Fosters Maintains Alpha Upsilon Alpha – Vice President: Spring 2005 & Fall 2005 Phi Theta Kappa – Member since 2002 ROE Award : ROE Award ETS Recognition of Excellence Award Acknowledge teacher candidates who demonstrate a high level of proficiency on Praxis content knowledge assessments Top 15% Nationally Principles of Learning and Teaching K-6 September 17, 2005 What a teacher means to me…. : What a teacher means to me…. “If you can imagine it, you can achieve it.If you can dream it, you can become it.” ~William Ward “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll land among the stars.” ~Les Brown “Good, better, best - never let it rest - till your good is better - and your better best.” ~John Furphy Personal Information : Personal Information 26 years old Vienna, WV Married 6 years to my husband Phillip Proud mother of Kennedy Nicole Amos Born June 3, 2008 Slide 20: “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” ~William Ward

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