About Ettling...
Subject / Grade K - 3rd Grade / Special Education
Room: 37
Phone: (480) 883-4067
Email: Ettling
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-- Russell from the movie "Up"

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Welcome!

Welcome to our classroom, Scorpion Families! I am eager to begin the school year with a great group of students in room 37. We are going to be exploring many different academic and life skill subjects through experimentation and discovery using our five senses. Our classroom curriculum is created to individually meet each student's needs and IEP goals in relation to the Arizona College and Career Readiness Standards! We have a lot to look forward to this year and our adventure is just beginning!

My Education and Professional Background

The 2018-2019 school year is my third year teaching at RGB and I could not be happier to be working in a school so supportive of my education and what I can do for children with disabilities! I graduated from Northern Arizona University in 2016 with the degree: Bachelors of Science in Education: Elementary and Special Education-Cross Categorical Mild to Moderate. I have had phenomenal educators that have guided me to be the educator I am today. I have taken multiple courses to study how students learn, best practices to utilize in the classroom, and how to accommodate and modify curriculum to meet the needs of differing students. I feel more than prepared for this adventure in room 37 thanks to those incredible educators I had to teach me during my four years at NAU. I also received a music minor and was part of the percussion studio at NAU. I would like to integrate music in the classroom as much as possible to better all students.

My Educational Philosophy

My educational philosophy is that ALL students deserve a great teacher and an exceptional education. The moment a student 'cannot' learn is when the teacher has given up on them and changes need to be made. There is always a way to reach a student and find their true abilities regardless of limitations that may be posed on the student. Teachers hold the key to unlocking students' motivation and love of learning. We guide them and influence their lives from the teaching we provide and we are their champion everyday!
 

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