“Let all that you do be done in love.” 1 Corinthians 16:14 ESV
From the Teacher:
“Hi, my name is Cory Wingett. I have my degree in Early Childhood Education and I have been teaching preschool for over 10 years. I love working with children, it must be in my DNA, both my mother and sister are teachers as well. In my classroom I use a creative curriculum and a constructionist theory approach to learning. This is where children learn through play and hands-on experiences that support the development of the whole child. Helping the students grow socially, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. We incorporate sensory experiences and fine-motor work daily into our lessons, building their literacy, math, and science skills. I believe children this age need to be outdoors, using and fine tuning their gross-motor skills. I love playing and exploring with my students and often follow their lead on what excites or motivates them. I believe communication is the key to your child’s success and to a great parent/teacher relationship. I encourage you to contact me at any time if you have any questions or concerns. The school’s number is 503-363-2000, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. “
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A Bit More About My Approach…
Music and movement is another great thing we get to do in class.
College level instruction in American Sign Language, that I integrate daily into our routines and activities.
Training in Trust Based Relational Intervention and helping children who have been through trauma or have high Ace scores.
Extensive work with people with disabilities and familiar with IFSP’s as well as IEP’s.
Training in Love and Logic for parenting as well as in the classroom.
Familiar with Sensory Integration techniques and use them in the classroom setting
And A Few Quotes From Parents
“I love the way Mrs. Wingett weaves Christianity through her teaching. She is patient, kind, and accepts all the kids lovingly.” – Misty Mack
“What I love most was him learning ASL. He got hands on learning that feels like play time. And how she redirects kids works wonders!” – Sheena Payne
“I loved how she got down on huds’ level talk to him. I love how she was so kind and soft spoken for my sensitive/shy boy. I love how she came to his extra curricular activities. I love that she sent pics and updates during the year. I love how she helped encourage huds to speak up and stand up for himself. And I love that Jesus was incorporated into the classroom.” – Samantha Bergman