Mrs. Wiersema: Spanish/IB
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Hi! I'm Tatiana Wiersema and for the last two years I've been the .5 art teacher at Caldwell Heights. For 2011-2012, however, I am excited to say I will be the new .5 Spanish teacher and .5 IB Coordinator at CHE. All students will receive introductory Spanish class every other week at CHE. It is an awesome opportunity for our students and I'm very happy to be able to be teaching the class! I am originally from Wisconsin, and taught there for 3 years at a school in Milwaukee, WI. Then, I lived in Honduras and taught at an international school there. While we were there we travelled through all of Central America. My husband and I moved to the Austin area in the summer of 2009. I received my Studio Art Degree as well as my Art Teaching Certification from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. While in college I also took many Spanish classes and have had many opportunities to practice abroad as well as in my teaching. I enjoy spending time outdoors, cooking and traveling around with my husband and our dogs named Frida and Diego. I'm currently enrolled in graduate school at UT- Austin. GO LONGHORNS!
In the 2011-2012 school year all students at CHE will attend Spanish every other week. The goals of Spanish class will be: to expose students to another language, students will learn key Spanish phrases and words, students will explore the geography, art, music and culture of Spanish-speaking countries around the world.
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