Dr. Dina M.Weiss
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Twitter: @DinaMWeiss
Seeking administrative position
Instructional Leadership Doctorate, Experienced, Master elementary teacher, certified in elementary education, special education, literacy, and school building leader. Skilled in the TCRWP instruction model and a master Cooperating Teacher in the student teaching practicum. Family Literacy Night and Family Book Club Coordinator. District Stakeholder Planning Team Teacher Representative.
What is your present job title?
Teacher
At what school level do you work?
Elementary School
Where do you work?
Nassau County NY

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Twitter: @DinaMWeiss

Blog: ArticulatED.blog

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