EDISON, NJ, January 25, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Christine B. Warian, Educator and Literacy Coach for Highland Park Public Schools, has been recognized by Worldwide Who's Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in literacy education.
Miss Warian has always loved children and enjoys teaching. These attributes led her into the field of education. She discovered her love of children early in life, as she was the oldest grandchild in her extended family. Her interest in education as a career was sparked when she discovered that when she shared her knowledge with others, she could see a "light bulb" moment in their eyes. Having been an average student herself, Miss Warian cannot only empathize with her students who struggle, but can also give them clues to assist them in figuring out the meaning of words and improve their reading comprehension.
With 19 years of experience, Miss Warian recently became a literacy coach for Highland Park Public Schools. Functioning as a reading specialist and school test coordinator, she works with children in kindergarten through fourth grade. She also serves as an adjunct professor at Raritan Valley Community College.
For the first eight years of her teaching career, Miss Warian was content with being a classroom teacher in a Catholic school. She was then presented with a student in second grade who was reading at a kindergarten level. This motivated her to find out how to teach children like this child and she began to look into the master's degree program at Kean University. She took a chance and started school full time while working in public education as a substitute teacher. In 2003, she left Kean University with a Master of Arts in Reading Specialization and is now pursuing an Ed.D.
Miss Warian tells her students to always do their best and that it is alright to take risks and make mistakes. It is by making mistakes and accepting them that we learn and grow; the only "dumb" question is the one not asked. She hopes that as a teacher who enjoys what she does and adds humor to her lessons, that she will be able to teach her students not to take life too seriously. It is always a great day when she sees students enjoying learning.
A certified teacher and certified reading specialist, Miss Warian names the highlight of her career to be being asked to give lectures at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, to teachers from Jeollabuk-Do, Korea. She spoke about literacy programs in public education and classroom management skills during the summer months of 2001, 2002 and 2003. She is a member of NJIDA, the National Education Association, the International Reading Association and The International Dyslexia Association. She plans to teach at the collegiate level in the future.
For more information about Christine Warian, visit http://www.christinewarianinterview.com
About Worldwide Who's Who
With over 500,000 members representing every major industry, Worldwide Who's Who is a powerful networking resource that enables professionals to outshine their competition, in part through effective branding and marketing. Worldwide Who's Who employs similar public relations techniques to those utilized by Fortune 500 companies, making them cost-effective for members who seek to take advantage of its career enhancement and business advancement services.
Worldwide Who's Who membership provides individuals with a valuable third-party endorsement of their accomplishments, and gives them the tools needed to brand themselves and their businesses effectively. In addition to publishing biographies in print and electronic form, it offers an online networking platform where members can establish new professional relationships.
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