am Amanda Martin. I am in the Early Childhood Education
at Valdosta State University.
am from Forsyth County.
I graduated from Forsyth Central High
School in 2007. I hope to teach kindergarten and return
to my hometown or maybe as I grow older move and teach in Greece.
hobbies are tennis, scrap-booking, shopping, traveling,
quality time with family and friends. Feel free to check out my
other webpage that
includes more photos, personality quiz as well as extra curricular
Looking back on my educational
experiences, all have all been enjoyable and worthwhile. I
enjoyed learning about and getting to know all of my teachers on
levels. School was a place where I could not only learn new
material, but I could also be creative. My teachers were very
supportive and easy going. I remember all of the friends I had at
school. School was a fun and exciting place. I hope that
once I am a teacher, that my classroom with send out positive vibes,
such as the ones I experienced as a student. Students should know
that while we do have work to accomplish at school, that is can also be
a house of comfort and joy.
Teachers are in a lucky profession. They can share, borrow or
create their lessons. Resources are easliy available for
teachers. Some websites and books for early childhood educators
can be found at the Bright From the
Start website, as well as in many other places. Another great
resource for teachers to visit frequently is the Georgia Department of Education
website. Both of these places offer tools that often guide
teachers to understand curriculum and to generate ideas to add
activities and other subjects into one lesson.
and Resource Table