About Chamberlain...
Position: 2nd Grade
Room: 16
Phone: 480 883-4546
Email: Chamberlain

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Welcome!

Thank you for visiting my website. Here you will find classroom newsletters, calendars, information about the common core standards taught in 2nd grade, homework, and learning links. These resources are a helpful tool to keep you informed, encourage communication, and reinforce skills taught at school.

My Education and Professional Background

I have had the privilege of teaching students for 15 years. I graduated from Westminster College in 1996 where I earned a degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Spanish. I received a Master's Degree in Language and Literacy from Arizona State University in 2006. In addition, I have endorsements in reading and early childhood and specialized training in Thinking Maps, Fundations, Teaching Reading Effectively, and the Lindamood Bell Reading Program.

My Educational Philosophy

My goal is to establish a classroom where students are able to explore new ideas, work cooperatively with others, and strive to achieve their personal best each day.
 

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About Muraco...
Position: 2nd grade
Room: 16
Phone: 480-883-4546
Email: Muraco

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Welcome!

Welcome to 2nd grade! I am thrilled to be teaching at Hull Elementary. I know this is going to be an amazing year together. I am excited to share my love of teaching and learning with you.

My Education and Professional Background

I graduated from The University of North Dakota in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education. I decided to escape the cold winters and move to Arizona to begin my teaching career. I spent 8 years teaching 2nd grade in Mesa and transferred to Chandler Public Schools in 2013. I taught 2nd grade for 2 years at Hull before moving to Missouri. My family and I returned to Arizona in 2018 and I was lucky enough to come back and teach 3rd grade at Hull. I am thrilled to now be a part of the 2nd grade team!

My Educational Philosophy

I strive to provide a positive classroom where all students feel safe and excited to learn. I believe that it is important to engage in what you are learning, so I try and make things meaningful to students and explain how the material being taught can be used in daily life. I also feel it is important to persevere and understand that it is okay to try things many times before getting it right. Kindness is also something I expect everyone to practice in and out of the classroom. When we focus on kindness, trying our best, and perseverance, we can do anything.
 

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