Elephant Program

 

Discover the importance and value of community.

Interact in small group learning opportunities.

Join us in celebrating diversity in an inclusive online classroom.

About Us

The Project VisMO Elephant Program is a literacy based program featuring social emotional development, critical thinking about disabilities and learning differences, environmental respect and awareness. The Elephant curriculum includes grade level friendly texts that are centered around celebrating diversity and inclusion, gratitude and mindfulness, and the importance of valuing relationships. Students will engage in small group learning opportunities with teachers offering read-alouds, vocabulary development, journaling, drawing,  and real-life considerations for positive growth within our community.

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Meet the Team

  • Theresa Pedersen

    Dr. Theresa Pedersen is a professor of special education in Northwestern College's undergraduate and graduate education departments. Most recently she taught for 10 years in DODEA schools in Japan and Germany. She also served two years as the principal of First Coast K-12 School in Jacksonville, Florida Prior to joining Northwestern's faculty, she taught at Northern Illinois University, where she was the instructor of the year in the Department of Teaching and Learning.

  • Alex Dwyer

    Alex Dwyer is a Special Education teacher in El Cajon, California. He loves it.

  • Nicole Drago

    Elephant Program Teacher

  • Sherilyn Shepard

    Elephant Program Teacher

  • Taryn Robertson

    Office Hours Teacher

© 2020 by Project VisMO

email: projectvismo@gmail.com

phone: (619) 260 - 4804

location: San Diego, CA

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