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Suzann Barta

1st Grade Teacher

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Work Phone:

(936) 257-2796

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About Me

Educational History:

Crosby High School 1988

University of Houston at Clear Lake 1993


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science-Interdisciplinary Studies 

Elementary Self Contained Grades 1-8

Elementary Self Contained Mathematics Grades 1-8

Elementary Self Contained Reading Grades 1-8

Standard School Librarian Grades EC-12

ESL Certified


Professional Development:

Blueprint for Understanding Today's Math Content-Kim Sutton

Increasing Rigor for Gifted and Talented Students

Debbie Diller Summer Institute-Planning for High Quality Literacy and Math Stations, Setting Up for Your Best Year Ever! Using Spaces and Places in PreK-8, Using Literacy Work Stations to Engage all Students in Reading, Writing, and Thinking Grades 3-8

Gifted and Talented Curriculum and Instruction for Gifted Students-Differentiation

Gifted and Talented Curriculum and Instruction for Gifted Students-Critical and Creative Thinking

Gifted and Talented Curriculum and Instruction for Gifted Students-Depth and Complexity

Assessing Students Needs for the Gifted and Talented Program

Nature and Needs of Gifted and Talented Students

Ivan Hannell Questioning Strategies

Hands on Approach to Teaching PreK-5

Differentiated Instruction

Texas Teachers Empowered for Achievement in Mathematics and Science

Tackling Math Basic Plus Thinking Skills-Marcy Cook

Building Academic Vocabulary

Guided Math

Current Position:

I started teaching at Richter Elementary in 1993.  I have taught first, second and third grade in Dayton ISD.  Currently I am teaching first grade at Kimmie Brown Elementary.  

Family Information:


I have one sister, Jennifer who teaches second grade at Stephen F. Austin Elementary.  I also have a cat named Curious and a dog named Hope.  

Suzann Barta

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