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My Classroom - a welcome message from Ms Sinnott

jULE SINNOTT
My Classroom - a welcome message from Ms Sinnott

Greetings to all members of this wonderful community!

Allow me to introduce myself—I am a dedicated primary teacher with a passion for creating a nurturing and inclusive learning environment for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It brings me immense joy to join this platform, where I eagerly anticipate exploring innovative ideas and exchanging insights with fellow educators.

In my role as a primary teacher, I have the privilege of working in a special class tailored specifically for children with ASD. This unique experience has not only shaped my teaching philosophy but has also instilled in me a deep appreciation for the diverse and extraordinary qualities that each child possesses. I firmly believe that education is a powerful tool that can unlock the immense potential within every student, and my goal is to create an atmosphere where each child can thrive and develop their skills to the fullest.

One of the cornerstones of my teaching approach is the promotion of hands-on learning. I am a staunch advocate for the idea that engaging students through tactile experiences enhances their understanding and retention of information. By incorporating hands-on activities into my lessons, I aim to make the learning process more interactive, stimulating, and enjoyable for my students. This approach not only caters to diverse learning styles but also fosters a sense of curiosity and exploration in the classroom.

Furthermore, I am enthusiastic about organizing my teaching around a monthly theme. This intentional structure not only provides a framework for lesson planning but also adds an element of excitement and variety to the classroom. Each month, I select a theme that aligns with the curriculum and resonates with the interests of my students. Whether it's exploring the wonders of nature, delving into historical events, or diving into the realms of creativity, the monthly theme serves as a unifying thread that weaves through our learning journey.

By embracing monthly themes, I aim to create a cohesive and immersive learning experience that extends beyond individual lessons. This approach encourages students to make connections between different subjects and reinforces their understanding of overarching concepts. Additionally, it cultivates a sense of continuity and progression, allowing students to witness their growth and development over the course of the academic year.

As I embark on this journey within the online education community, I am eager to learn from the wealth of knowledge and experiences shared by fellow educators. I also look forward to contributing my own insights and ideas, particularly those centered around hands-on learning and the implementation of monthly themes. Together, let us create a supportive space where we can inspire and uplift one another in our shared commitment to providing quality education for children with autism spectrum disorder.

Thank you for welcoming me into this vibrant community, and I eagerly anticipate the enriching exchange of ideas that lies ahead!

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My Classroom - a welcome message from Ms Sinnott
January 22, 2024
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