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Jacquelynn Jauregui

Jacquelynn has been in the profession of early Childhood Education for the past 16 years both as a lead preschool teacher as well as in a coaching capacity. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from National University, and have worked with children and families in California, Virginia, Florida, and Hawaii. Most of her recent experience as a My Teaching Partner coach allowed her the opportunity to help teachers learn more about the CLASS tool and help them enrich their conversations and interactions with children. When Jacquelynn is not working she enjoys spending time in sunny San Diego outdoors with her husband and French Bulldog. Jacquelynn enjoys paddle boarding, tennis, and practicing her golf swing.

Favorite Teacher: Mrs. Wilson, High school English

Recent Posts

Facilitating vs. Coaching in an MMCI Session

28 Nov 2017

We have all had that moment in the classroom when three-year-old Connor asks us for help. “It won’t fit!” he exclaims as he tries to put the square puzzle piece in the round spot. We have two options on how to respond:

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An MMCI Back-to-School Shopping List

23 Aug 2017
   
It’s time for Back-to-School which means it’s time to begin another Making the Most of Classroom Interactions (MMCI) cohort ! There is so much planning and preparation to do, so where do you start? Let’s check off our things to do on our MMCI back to school supply list.
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There’s a New MMCI Training in the House!

18 Aug 2017

 

Facilitating a brand new training can come with a mix of emotions like anxiety, nerves, and excitement. I recently experienced every one of those emotions and then some as I prepared to deliver a new training. I wanted to ensure that I learned the new content to fidelity, so I spent hours reviewing and studying. I viewed the training videos. I prepared some awesome reflective questions to ask my participants. I brainstormed activities to engage the group, and I rehearsed my PowerPoint slides. My facilitator binder and manuals have never seen so many highlighter marks!

With preparation complete, it was go-time! I put on my “CLASSes” and knew that if I focused on the importance of interactions, it would all come together. And it did.

Topics: Infant, Announcements, Toddler Read More

Real World Examples: Behavior Management

09 Aug 2017

 

In our previous “Real World Examples” post, we focused on Regard for Student Perspectives. As we continue our journey through the CLASS manual, today we will move into our next domain, Classroom Organization. Let’s dive right into the dimension of Behavior Management. And speaking of diving, summer is here and temperatures are at an all time high, so I’m sure we are headed to our local community pool to cool off!

Topics: Pre-K, Trainer Tips, K-12 Read More

CLASS is More than Open-Ended Questions

22 Jun 2017

Do you find that when you train teachers or coaches on CLASS, all they want to talk about is open-ended questions? When trainees hear CLASS tool, often the first thought that comes to their mind is asking children open-ended questions. And while asking “how” and “why” questions is extremely important in helping to foster and support language and concept development, we cannot have effective interactions with these questions alone. There is so much more to the CLASS tool!

Topics: Pre-K, Toddler, K-12 Read More
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