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All About Me…<br />DaynaWilkens<br />
Back Home…<br /><ul><li>I graduated from Lincoln-Way East High School in 2008
My school was 4,000 student while my town has roughly 8,000 residents
My family consists of my dad, mom, and brother Jimmy who is 17</li></li></ul><li>WIU<br /><ul><li>Year: Sophomore
Major: Special Education
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  1. 1. All About Me…<br />DaynaWilkens<br />
  2. 2. Back Home…<br /><ul><li>I graduated from Lincoln-Way East High School in 2008
  3. 3. My school was 4,000 student while my town has roughly 8,000 residents
  4. 4. My family consists of my dad, mom, and brother Jimmy who is 17</li></li></ul><li>WIU<br /><ul><li>Year: Sophomore
  5. 5. Major: Special Education
  6. 6. Organizations: SGA Senator at large
  7. 7. Job: RA in Bay/Henn</li></li></ul><li>Teaching Experience<br />Source: Microsoft Office Clipart<br />I have had a few different teaching experiences. First there was teaching CCD with my mom when I was still in grade school. This was very fun since I was still young but older than the students. Next, I worked at a day care center. I worked the summer as a teacher’s aid and learned so much from the little kids. Though both of these experiences I enjoyed, they made me realize that I want to tech older kids!<br />Source: Microsoft Office Clipart<br />
  8. 8. Where I go on the web…<br />SERI- Special Education Resources on the Internet<br />Family Education- Provides information to families and the laws involved with Special needs students<br />Law- This site provides law case that have actually happened in the Special Education world<br />
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