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Amara Pinnock

Amara Pinnock

Volunteer Blogger

Young Education Professionals

I am a hard-working woman who is ultimately interested in Educational Policy. I would like to help to make this country one of the top players in terms of education, as well as to level the playing field for ALL students in this country, regardless of ethnic background or socio-economic status. I believe all students are capa...

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Young Education Professionals

Volunteer Blogger

• Create and write blog posts about educational inequities in the classroom

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Benjamin Orr Elementary School

First/Second Grade Combination Teacher

• Utilize knowledge of Common Core State Standards to ensure students receive instruction tailored to meeting grade-level mastery for both first and second grade
• Conduct small-group instruction catered to individual student needs across all subjects
• Create accommodations for students with special needs in the general education environment
• Lead and organize grade-level planning meetings
• Teach writing to school soccer team

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Urban Teachers

Teaching Fellow

• Utilize knowledge of Common Core State Standards to ensure students receive instruction tailored to meeting grade-level mastery.
• Conduct small-group instruction catered to individual student needs across all subjects.
• Create accommodations for students with special needs in the general education environment.
• Lead and organize grade-level planning meetings.
• Teach writing to school soccer team.

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Check out my newest post with @Young Education Professionals of D.C. - https://lnkd.in/e86B6av

Every teacher has been there: sitting in a professional development session, listening to a consultant sing the exultations of a new innovation. One that research has proven will make students’...

Classroom experience matters in ed policy debates