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Artifact One

Artifact One

Standard 7: Planning for Instruction- “The teacher draws upon knowledge of content areas, cross-disciplinary skills, learners, the community, and pedagogy to plan instruction that supports every student in meeting rigorous” https://docs.google.com/document/d/1y23_TwzTnmrkb3cB7AmolSewvCEpEWve8iolLuZS8SE/edit?usp=sharing This artifact is a lesson plan that was created for a third grade classroom using a standard from the common core state standards. The lesson includes the learning objective, materials, assessment, a hook, instructional strategies, differentiation and classroom environment considerations. The lesson plan also includes a virtual adaptation description….

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Nanny Blog Week 6

Nanny Blog Week 6

Hi everyone! Welcome to my last blog post assignment for WRT304 I have hopes that I might be able to continue doing this because I really enjoy documenting my days, but with summer picking up and my nanny schedule getting hectic, I can’t make any promises. I only saw Connor on Monday this week, Tuesday was my 21st birthday and Wednesday I had Summer. Connor absolutely amazes me day after day. He started off slowly army crawling and now he…

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Nanny Blog Week 5 Part 2

Nanny Blog Week 5 Part 2

Welcome back! This blog post is going to be a little short because I am only writing about one day with Connor. I want some advice. His birthday is coming on July 5th and he is going to be ONE! But what do you get a one year old for their birthday? Will they remember it? Will they even like it? Let’s go do some research. Check out this link, it tells us the 23 best gifts for a one…

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Nanny Blog Week 5 Part 1

Nanny Blog Week 5 Part 1

Welcome back to week 5! The start of this week has been very funky. Monday and Tuesday Connor and I went on a nice long 4.5 mile walk. He absolutely loves being outside. He is very curious too so walking has become one of his most favorite activities! On Wednesday Connor had a pretty rough day. He has been teething really bad and today hit him hard. This morning he had a baby fever and was completely fussy the rest…

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Resume

Resume

Baylee CoxUNE Elementary/ Middle Education Student  EXPERIENCENanny, Hampton NH — Summer NannyMay 2019- September 2019Nanny of a family with 6 children ages range from 6 months to 9 years. Responsibilities of driving to activities, planning and participating in activities, light house work, meal preparation and nap time.Exeter Parks and Recs, Exeter NH — Summer Camp CounselorMay 2018- September 2018Summer camp counselor to a large group of children ages 8 and 9, planning and implementing of activities, responsibility at field trips…

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Nanny Blog Week 4 Part 1

Nanny Blog Week 4 Part 1

Thanks for coming back to tune in on another week of nannying! Connor has been so fun this week, I love seeing his personality grow each day. We have had some pretty cool “firsts” this week so far. Connor has been trying some new foods: Nutri-grain bar (LOVED) avocado (hated) banana (liked better to squeeze in his fingers) Connor has also been so super strong on his legs, he keeps pulling himself up on more and more things, and staying!…

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Nanny Blog Week 3 Part 2

Nanny Blog Week 3 Part 2

Welcome back! Thank you for checking back in to hear about the end of the week. The weather took a turn and got HOT and humid. I feel so bad when Connor is hot because he can’t say “I’m hot, cool me off”, so he just gets crabby and I try and calm him down by holding him which probably makes him more hot! Some good news- we spent a lot of time in the grass and I think he…

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Nanny Blog Week 3 Part 1

Nanny Blog Week 3 Part 1

Connor and I did a lot of walking in the beginning of this week. He absolutely loves being in his stroller and the fresh air. I love it too because I get to have some exercise while he is either content or napping and he’s right there with me. To be honest, we have been loving the cooler weather. It makes it more tolerable to play outside and not be covered in sticky sunscreen and sweating in the heat. Connor…

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Artifact Two

Artifact Two

https://app.bookcreator.com/read/S2l1uqUJT4aX6I-mW8OMYQ Book Creator: Description: This artifact shows a book I created using a website called BookCreator. I am sharing this artifact because I really enjoyed working on this book and I think it would be a great lesson to teach to my students. I would add research, collaborating and sharing the book for my lesson. My students would learn how to research their topic, work together with other students, how to navigate this website and how to safely and properly…

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Maine Common Core State Standard 11

Maine Common Core State Standard 11

Standard #11 Technology Standards for Teachers – (NETS-T*): Effective teachers model and apply the National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S**) as they design, implement, and assess learning experiences to engage students and improve learning; enrich professional practice; and provide positive models for students, colleagues, and the community. Please see the following ISTE Standards Teachers and ISTE Standards Students pages. *Now known as ISTE Standards Teachers **Now known as ISTE Standards Students This course will also be using the ISTE…

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