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Sandra Toth

Sandra Toth

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Associations

  • NAEYC
    Comprehensive Member 09/2011 – 09/2012

Education History

  • Education Specialist Leadership (09/2013)
    Oakland University
  • MS in Education Early Childhood Special Education (12/1993)
    Bowling Green State University

Teaching Experience

  • Creative experiences in early childhood education (Winter 2010)
    • Terra State Community College – Early Childhood Education
    • This course supports the role of creativity and play in early childhood education through developmentally appropriate visual, music, kinesthetic and dramatic practices. Students will engage in preparing and supporting appropriate environments and design creative experiences to meet the developmental needs of young children across the curriculum.
  • Infant Toddler Curriculum (Winter 2010)
    • Terra State Community College – Early childhood Education
    • This course provides an overview of the growth and development of children from birth to three years of age in all developmental domains. Students will engage in reflective practices and gain an understanding of the importance of responding to the child that leads to a level of increased competence.
  • Emergent Language and Literacy (Fall 2009)
    • Terra State Community College – Early Childhood Education
    • This course involves the critical study and application of language development theory and philosophies for children from birth to 8 years of age. Student will explore the foundations of emergent literacy in relation to speaking and listening. Knowledge of print, foundational reading and writing skills through developmentally appropriate methods.

Languages

  • English
    • Speaking level: Superior
    • Reading level: Superior

Presentations

  • Supporting play for children with autism in community based settings, 11/18/2011
    Participants will become familiar with the principles and practices of Integrated Play Groups (IPG Model). An overview of theory and methods.

Positions

  • MAT Mentor (08/2009 – Current) Marygrove College