Content taught September - January: Early Childhood Development Level 1
Welcome students and families to Family and Consumer Sciences, where life skills matter.
Professional Biography- Bachelor of Science from Montclair State University May 99
Major- Human Ecology
Received Masters In Education from Georgian Court University with a certification as a Reading Specialist/Literacy Coach- Date of completion December 2017
Teaching at Long Branch High School since 2006
FACS Head Teacher 2012, 2013, 2014
Earned Highly Qualified teaching certificate via Alternate Route May 2007
Received tenure 2009
Family and Consumer Sciences Core Curriculum Content Standards
9.1- Personal Financial Literacy: all students will develop skills and strategies that promote personal and financial responsibility related to financial planning, savings, investment and charitable giving in the global economy.
9.2 Career Ready Practices(CRP)=- practices aligned with common core, dedicated to provide students with skills needed for success in the 21st. century
9.3 Career and Technical Education(CTE)
Common Core Standards- 21st Century Life and Careers
Creativity and Innovation, Analysis, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Leadership, Teamwork, Positive Working Behaviors.
Classes are now half year courses 2.5 credits
Current classes and schedule:
Monday A 1 and A2= Early Childhood Development Google class code : uc662la
Tuesday B1 # 87 and B2 # 90= Intervention, Google class code: #87= scyrukr/# 90= xz2f6cu
Wednesday - all classes meet for 30 minutes
Thursday C1 and C2= Early Childhood Development Google class code: 5sy3p4w
Friday D1 and D2= Early Childhood Development Google code: lrvxxiy
Teacher Contact information- by phone 732-299-7300 xt 41137