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Bachelor of Science, University of Utah 1985 Elementary/Early Childhood Dual Certification Master of Education, Utah State University 1987 Instructional Technology Training and Development Endorsement Library/Media Endorsement Gifted & Talented Endorsement I have always loved learning! Teaching has been my passion for many years. I believe that every child can learn, succeed, and thrive if given the opportunity to do so. Each day offers each of us the chance to learn and progress. Learning along with my students is one of my greatest joys.
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Education: B.S. Elementary Education with a Minor in Fine Arts, University of Utah Gifted Endorsement, Utah State University I have taught 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades in Utah and California for 26 years. I am passionate about helping children find confidence through their own creativity to see a positive view of who they are and what they can achieve!
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Master of Science, Botany, 1994 Bachelor’s in Education, 1995 ESL endorsement, 2003 Praveena started working with Granite School District in 2003 and taught various grades and diverse students. I have worked at Driggs for 9 years in second. I believe in customizing content and process based on student’s need and their ability to learn. She establishes good trust with students on day one and that helps throughout the year working with them. She mixes her teaching with some yoga activities and music so that kids have real fun while learning.
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Education- Bachelor of Science & Elementary Education Certification from Westminster College 15+ years of experience in education I first knew I wanted to be an educator in Kindergarten when my teacher pulled out her guitar and taught us through songs. In fifth grade, my teacher encouraged us to explore the outdoors at Mill Hollow Nature Center. In Junior High and High School my teachers allowed me to explore my strengths and find my interests. Westminster College taught me how to implement inquiry based learning. These influential mentors helped form my philosophy for parenting and teaching. I believe it is important to present opportunities for students and let them guide their learning through questioning. I believe “If you treat people as they ought to be, you will help them become what they are capable of being.”