Betsy Weigle - Focused
on student success
I bring direct experience with children and curriculum to all of my recommended classroom teacher resources.
I truly believe that it's my ability to connect with young people that is the foundation of my classroom success.
My professional experience includes teaching grades 3 through 5 and substitute teaching from Kindergarten through 6th grade.
Prior to becoming a classroom teacher, I worked as an assistant school secretary and invested in my own children as a classroom parent volunteer.
"Weigle" is pronounced "why-gull."
I hold a Masters in Elementary Education & Teacher Certification from Eastern Washington University and I have earned my National Board Certification.
I have attended the Mickelson ExxonMobil Teaching Academy for Science and Math, been a national finalist at the Microsoft Innovative Education Forum and been awarded an Enhancing Education through Technology Grant.
In addition to my teaching activities, these classroom teacher resources are based on my service on committees for Social Studies and Science curriculum development and my many roles as a trainer for both curriculum and technology implementation.
Training video for new teachers prepared for a statewide mentoring program
I have devoted myself to the success of all learners by obtaining training to effectively teach special-education students, hearing- and vision-impaired students, English-learner students, students on the autism spectrum and any others whose needs indicate an increased commitment from a dedicated teacher.
These are the things that I love sharing with you on my website.
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The opinions and views expressed on this website are purely Betsy Weigle's and do not reflect the position of any school district for which she has worked, nor do they represent the viewpoint any other teacher or administrator.