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A few words

Classroom
Management
Beliefs
I believe the teacher must be
consistent with students so there
is no confusion of what to
expect.
I believe that students should
be taught procedures in order to
maximize their learning and show
them responsibility.
I believe in creating a sense of
community in my classroom.
I believe teachers should
encourage students and hold
them accountable.
I believe in creating a set of
classroom rules as a class.

I am amazed by your teaching skills. Your


dedication has made you a teacher I can
never replace. Cyndi Andree , Director
I have never worked with anyone as
energetic and passionate about teaching
as you. Bethany Betts, Teacher

Angela
Haisma

You will make the most excellent teacher,


but we will certainly miss you here. Tina
Worrall, Parent of Student
Angela is able to teach lessons
successfully. She makes her own additions
to the lesson and brings in materials to
better illustrate the concept. Tom Johnson
Cooperating teacher Brookside Elementary
You will be a fantastic teacher and your
students will thrive in the atmosphere you
build and bring to the learning
environment every day. Sarah Wood, K-12
Technology & Media Integration specialist
Godfrey-Lee Public Schools

A Snapshot
Angela Haisma
Certifications:
Elementary Education K- 8
5th Grade Brookside Elementary
GRPS, 2014
Lead teacher at Mayfair Preschool,
2011-14
Grand Valley State University 15

Strengths
Dedicated
Experience teaching
Common Core State
Standards
Experience teaching Grade
Level Content
Expectations
Teaching
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experience
both
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lowand
andhigh
high
socioeconomic
socioeconomic
Collaborative and
Collaborative
and
cooperative
cooperative
Flexible and adaptive
Flexible
and
adaptive
Involved in
school
Involved
schoolgames,
communityinevents,
and activities. events,
community
games,
Strong background
in
and activities.
community and leadership

Consistency is everything
Students will be involved in the process of
determining classroom rules and
expectations. This will allow the students
to make personal connections to the
classroom rules. The classroom rules will
contain no more than 6 rules so that the
students can easily remember it. The
classroom rules will be placed in a visible
spot in the classroom to remind the
students of what is expected of them. Also,
the class will determine consequences for
each aspect of classroom rules. These will
be consistently modeled and reinforced by
the teacher. If the classroom rules are not
followed the teacher will implement the
consequence that was agreed upon. After
the first day letters will be sent to parents
and guardians of the classroom rules
students have chosen.

Strengths

Confident instructional leader

Experience as a preschool
teacher from 2011-2014

Experience in a 5th grade


classroom 14

Extensive experience in whole


group, small group, and oneon-one teaching

Experience in teaching
students with a wide variety of
metal and social abilities

Designs original lessons with


engaging and interactive
components

Creates safe, welcoming


classroom environment

Experience in administrating a
verity of formative and
summative assessments.

The three characteristics of an


effective teacher are: 1) has
good classroom management
skills, 2) teaches for mastery,
and 3) has positive expectations
for student success. by Herry
K. Wong