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Mrs. Elizabeth McClure
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Glade Creek Elementary School
Ennice, NC
Class Information:
Room Number: 2205
Students per Class: 66
Class Description:
Our small, K-8 school is nestled in the midst of a rural farming community, where we have approximately 100 middle school students, many of whom come from bilingual households and receive free or reduced lunch. Our students are a vital part of our community; many work on local farms and are committed, hard-working and diligent both at home and at school. Despite their many challenges, our students have a love for learning and a desire to be successful in the classroom
7th and 8th Grade ELA Teacher
Our classroom is in great need of individual student devices. These will allow them to become more active learners, authors and producers, rather than just consumers of information. By building and fostering a technology rich environment in our classroom, we will enable our students to actively communicate, collaborate, think critically and create products while building the skills that will encourage them to become lifelong learners.
My Philosophy:
I believe that every student deserves to learn in a safe, stimulating environment, in which they are encouraged to communicate, collaborate, think critically and create in an atmosphere of respect and rapport. I believe that as their teacher, it is my responsibility to guide and support them by helping them to become independent and confident learners.
Personal Information:
About Me:
I am a 7th and 8th grade Language Arts Teacher in the mountains of western North Carolina. I am beginning my 10th year of teaching in a small, rural school, where I have also had the opportunity to teach Social Studies and Science to our small group of middle school students.
College and Degrees:
I received my Bachelor's Degree in Molecular Biology from Berea College, in Berea, KY. I received my Master's Degree in Instructional Technology from Appalachian State University.
I am an advisor for our Envirothon, Student Council, Junior Beta Club and Yearbook student groups.
Favorite Books:
Anne of Green Gables, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Giver, Number the Stars, Leaves of Grass, The Great Gatsby, The Color Purple, Wuthering Heights... My list could go on forever!
Favorite Quotes:
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."- Nelson Mandela
I love spending time with my family, playing the piano for my church, reading and anything that allows me to spend time outdoors.
Employment History:
2006-2007- Macon Middle School (8th Grade Science Teacher) 2007-2008-Knoxville Montessori School (Teacher Assistant) 2008-2014-Wilkes Community College (Anatomy and Physiology Instructor) 2008-Present-Glade Creek Elementary School (Middle Grades Science, Social Studies and Language Arts)
Percent of Students are:
     At-risk: 21 %
     Average: 51 %
     High-achiever: 11 %
     Special Needs: 17 %
Percent of Students are:
     White/Caucasian : 75 %
     Hispanic: 24 %
     African American: 1 %
Free/Reduced Lunch Program Enrollment:: 66 %
ESL Enrollment:: 8 %
Average number of students in class:: 25 students
Number of students I teach:: 66 students