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professional portfolio for Toni Paxton, Intervention Specialist

professional portfolio for Toni Paxton, Intervention Specialist


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  • 1. Biography
    I didn’t choose teaching. It chose me. As a member of a family of teachers, seeking a teaching degree was a natural progression after I graduated from high school. After spending time in a classroom and then in the private sector, no job was as fulfilling as teaching. So, I found my way back to the profession.
    Subbing for intervention specialists created an interest in special education. After obtaining a position with Columbus City Schools, I completed my professional license as well as my Masters’ degree at Ohio Dominican; then, I re-entered the classroom as a high-incidence teacher.
    As an educator, I have taught all core classes in a fourth grade classroom of nondisabled students as well as in a sixth/seventh grade classroom of alternately assessed special education students. While at Brookhaven High School, I have taught Biology, Physical Science, American Literature, and U.S. Studies in a High-Incidence Resource
    Room. During my eight years with Columbus City Schools,
    all of my evaluations have received the highest possible ratings.
    I am committed to incorporating 21st Century
    learning opportunities into my daily lessons. Science
    and technology have been the focus of my professional
    development and I am committed to creating opportunities for
    cross-curricular learning.
  • 2. Philosophy
    In my classroom the word “fair” does not mean that everyone gets the same. “FAIR” means that every student gets what they need to be successful.
    • I have a strong connection to the school’s community.
    • 3. I have a positive working relationship with my students’ care-givers.
    • 4. I effectively collaborate with all other school personnel.
    • 5. I create an atmosphere of acceptance where each student is part of a learning community.
    • 6. I develop self-awareness and self-advocacy in my students.
    • 7. I encourage students to utilize technology.
    For me, there is no job that is more fulfilling than teaching.
  • 8. Learning in the classroom
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  • 11. Learning outside of the classroom
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