ESE Teacher, Ann Storck Center (ASC)
A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. ASC has been serving the South Florida community for over 66 years, originally being known as the Pediatric Care Center, then in 1981 becoming known as ASC.
Welcome to my online portfolio. As an anthropologist turned teacher, I bring an awareness of cultural sensitivity to my classroom . Originally from South Florida, I enjoy working with children with various abilities and backgrounds.
Title 1 Teacher
• Teaching core subjects online via Zoom with a distance learning curriculum for Covid19 outbreak (May 2020-present); Instructing ELL students with Haitian background in reading
and math with Achieve Curriculum in a school pull-out program (August 2017-February 2021.)
• Communicating with parents and administration about student progress
• Assessing, tracking and recording student achievement following
Catapult Learning strategies.
Thank you so much for sharing your 3rd grade zoom reading session with me today, especially given the impromptu change of groups. I thought it went very well and both students were engaged in active learning. It was evident that you had read the story, reviewed the lesson, followed the lesson plan and were well-prepared for the session - even though we had discussed my observation of another group. I especially liked how you utilized technology throughout the lesson to provide proper guidance and deliver instruction: use of the mouse to follow and identify text, use of the internet to provide a visual of map of US, use of the chat box to define terms and for students to write responses regarding what they learned.
Your efforts in providing quality instruction to students during this particularly difficult time is duly noted and much appreciated. Have a great day! 😊 "
Diaka Tartt, Ed.S.
Supervisor, Broward County
Catapult Learning, LLC