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Mrs. Schultz first day introduction

The following prezi is an introduction of Mrs. Schultz to her students
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Ana Schultz

on 18 August 2014

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MRS. SCHULTZ's CLASS INTRODUCTION
Pre-Teaching Life Events
Teaching Adventure
PHOTO GALERY
Pre-Teaching Life Events
EARLY LIFE
Born and raised in Skopje, Macedonia (Macedonia? Where is Macedonia?)

One older brother and three sisters (kind of)

Came to USA as an exchange student and attended Air Academy High School for 1 year.

EDUCATION
Attended the Macedonia University majoring in English and Czech language.

Came to Colorado for a summer vacation in 2001 and decided to stay in the USA and attend Colorado State University.

MA in Education from Regis University
Sports
Volleyball
Football
Snowboarding
Kayaking

Hiking

Reading

Teaching

Spending time with family and friends
Hobbies and Interests
Things I love
Family
Friends
Dogs
Coaching
Traveling
Careers
Search Engine Optimization Guru

MapQuest
Qwest
Video Professor
PHOTOS
THE END
Parting Words

Many of the little things that seem bad at the time make for the best stories

Children not only have to learn what their parents learned in school, but also have to learn how to learn – Margaret Mead

Imagination is more important than knowledge – Einstein
Math - What is it?

A thinking class

A real life application of what we learn
A tool to make complex things simple :)
My challenge to you……CARE!
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