Becky Haselden


2nd Grade Math

My name is Becky Haselden.  I am the oldest of three children in a family who value education.  I spent my formative years in the Florence Three school system:  I attended Scranton Elementary, Lake City Junior High and Lake City High School.  I attend college locally at Francis Marion University.  I graduated in December 1994 from Francis Marion University with a degree in Elementary Education.  I later took additional classes through FMU to acquire certification in special education and courses through the College of Charleston to earn an endorsement in Gifted Education.  In 2006 I graduated from Lesley University with a masters degree in Curriculum Instruction through the Arts. I have experience working in general education as well as with children with exceptional needs.  I began my teaching career in Florence School District Three at Ronald E. McNair Junior High School in 1995.  I taught the Trainable Mentally Disabled class there for four years.  In 1999, I transferred to Main Street Elementary.  I continued to teach a younger Trainable class for three years.  In 2002, I went to Lake City Elementary.  I taught in the Educable Mentally Disabled class for two years, followed by two years as a resource teacher as well as the Talented and Gifted teacher.  In 2006 I transferred back to Main Street Elementary.  I spent one year teaching Gifted Education and an accelerated Reading class.  During that year, I also taught 4th grade mathematics.  My final two years at MSE were spent teaching second grade.  During the 2009-2010 school year, I accepted a position at Scranton Elementary School teaching students with severe disabilities.  After three years, I decided to return to the general education classroom.  Since returning to the general education setting, I have taught a self-contained second grade class as well as fourth grade mathematics.  I am currently teaching second grade mathematics.


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