Colleen Kilts - Teacher

      

Classroom Activities and Information for March

 

Classroom Wish List

  • Rolls of Velcro with sticky backing
  • Children’s CDs for our listening center
  • *****iPad for data collection program*****

In the Classroom

In addition to each student’s individual goals, we will be working on the following as a class:

Reverse Inclusion

5th graders from Ms. Turner’s class will be spending time with us on Tuesday mornings.  During their time in the room, they will be modeling appropriate behavior, play skills, and peer interactions.

Monthly Themes

Dr. Seuss

  • St. Patrick’s Day

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

7:15-8:00

 Work/Breakfast

Work/Breakfast

Work/Breakfast

Work/Breakfast

Work/Breakfast

8:00-8:30

Circle Time

Circle Time

Circle Time

Circle Time

 

Circle Time

8:30-9:00

Session 1

Session 1

Session 1

Session 1

Session 1

9:00-9:30

Sensory

 

Sensory

 

Sensory

Sensory

 

Sensory

 

9:30-10:00

Session 2

Session 2

Session 2

Session 2

Session 2

10:00-10:30

Snack/Story

 

Art

Snack/Story

 

Art

 

Snack/Story

10:30-11:00

Music

Snack/Story

Music

Snack/Story

Session 3

11:00-11:30

Session 3

Session 3

Session 3

Session 3

Session 4

11:30-12:00

Lunch

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

 

Session 5

12:00-12:30

Session 4

Session 4

Session 4

Session 4

Lunch

 

12:30-1:00

PE

Recess

 

PE

 

Recess

 

FUN FRIDAY

1:00-1:30

Session 5

Session 5

Session 5

Session 5

1:30-2:00

Group

(Theme)

Group

(Group Skills)

Group

(Theme)

Group

(Fx/Indep.)

Group Speech

2:00-2:15

Afternoon Jobs

Afternoon Jobs

Afternoon Jobs

Afternoon Jobs

Afternoon Jobs

 

 


 



 

 

 

Colleen Kilts - Teacher Bio

I am originally from Massachusetts and moved to Georgia in 2000.  I have an undergraduate degree in psychology from Georgia State University and I am currently working toward a graduate degree at GSU in Multiple and Severe Disabilities with a concentration in Autism. 

 

I have been working in North Metro for 6 years and have been a teacher for the past four.  My family is full of teachers and I’ve wanted to be a teacher since I was a little girl.  One of my favorite things about teaching is that each day is full of new and unexpected experiences!

 

When I’m not at school, I enjoy sleeping, watching TV, going to concerts, acting in plays, and traveling to visit all of my adorable nieces and nephews!

 

Emily Lamos Bio

 Emily Lamos graduated from Georgia State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2006. She began working as an assistant in the North Metro program to gain knowledge and experience in Applied Behavioral Analysis.  Now in her fourth year at Sweet Apple Elementary school, she has had the opportunity to work with many different students with autism. Working with these children gave rise to an interest in communication difficulties, so she plans to pursue a degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Her hobbies include learning about communication, reading, photography and spending time with her husband.