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Hello, mi name is Hector Arrechea and I am from Argentina. I am a Summa Cum Laude graduate from Texas A&M University Commerce with a bachelor degree in Spanish with 7-12 Education Epecialization. Spanish is my first language and I teach Spanish level II and III at Princeton High School. I am married with two kids.
I strongly believe that education is the most important asset that we can possess, not only to gather knowledge but to help us to make savvy and responsible decisions, as well as becoming informed and engaged citizens. My goals for my students will be to help them to realize their talents and potential, and to make them confident that they can achieve anything if they work hard for it. Certainly, I will help them reach proficiency in my content area, and I strongly believe that my dedication and enthusiasm as a teacher will directly influence their interest and commitment to my course.
The incorporation of technology is a major resource to capture the attention and interest of the students, and has helped to continue with our students education during this difficult time at home. I will choose dynamic assessment strategies to assist my students learning, identifying their strengths and weaknesses, and to evaluate my teaching effectiveness, as well.
The parents’ involvement is crucial for the student’s success that is why I will maintain a fluent communication with parents to keep them informed of their children’s progress, and to work together identifying and overcoming any possible problem.
In sum, I will work with passion to prepare my students to become strategic learners and skilled individuals, highlighting that with effort is how we reach our goals and hoping they could see me as a trusted adviser.
The best way to contact me is throught email, here is my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please do not hesitate to contact me for any question related to my classes.
I will use Google Classroom for all my classes. All the students will receive an email with the access code for their class.