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Cortney Amber Greenslet

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I have been lucky enough (through searching and lots of work) to find my niche in life. I have a sincere passion to advocate for children in the field of education, and am working towards my Elementary Education teacher licensure with a concentration in Psychology. I will also be focusing my efforts in the Gifted and Talented field and will eventually obtain a Master's Degree in Gifted and Talented Education.


The best part of discovering the different methods of teaching that is required to teach gifted and talented children is learning the way differentiated instruction works. In doing so, I hope to bring to my classroom a sense of individualized instruction where all students are taught in the method that works best for them.


My interest in education aides my current work as a preschool teacher. I have found great joy in observing early learners and analyzing the way they process information. This work has given me a good base knowledge of child development and their need for an appropriate learning environment.


Please feel free to email me with any thoughts or questions, and thank you for your time!


Truly Yours,

              Cortney Amber Greenslet

Some of my Favorite Links:
Vermont Council for Gifted Education:  
Green Mountain Center for Gifted Education:
Kids Activities and Events in Vermont:
The Montshire Museum:
The Echo Museum in Burlington, VT:
The Billings Farm in Woodstock, VT:
The Nation Deceived Website:
Vermont Secretary of State kids website:

Other Interesting Links:
Montessori Index :
Springfield Area Parent Child Center:
Vermont Adult Learning:
Community College of Vermont:
University of Vermont:  
Johnson State College:


"Education is a companion which no future can depress, no crime can destroy, no enemy can alienate it and no nepotism can enslave."
-Ropo Oguntimehin