Corinne Reilly

Corinne_ReillyMy name is Corinne Reilly, and this is my eighth year working as Tuckahoe’s Resource Teacher for the Gifted. I am originally from Erie, Pennsylvania and graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Education. After college, I moved to Northern Virginia and worked for 15 years as a teacher at Churchill Road Elementary School, in McLean. I was privileged to teach first grade, sixth grade, and serve as an Advanced Academic Resource Teacher, all of which provided a multitude of different teaching and learning experiences. During this time, I also worked towards earning my Masters in Education and an endorsement in Gifted Education through Fairfax County Public Schools. I currently reside in Leesburg, VA with my husband, nine year old son Hudson, and 4 year old daughter Ella.

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Corinne Reilly

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Lots of thinking about attributes and geometry with second grade. Triple Venn Diagrams, building 3D structures out of cubes/counting exposed faces, and my favorite brain numbing game Chocolate Fix! @TuckahoeSchool https://t.co/Xy9S4MdF2x
Published November 02, 22 8:27AM
                                        
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Corinne Reilly

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Being strategic about how to create equations that are balanced, no matter where the equal sign is in the equation. Excited to take Squeeze Play back to math workshop in second grade! https://t.co/5q2YeioJH7
Published October 11, 22 7:22AM
                                        
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Using each digit only one time, create an equation with the sum closest to 10,000. Today I learned there are multiple answers to this problem! These fourth graders truly understand place value! https://t.co/FksQvoTpPW
Published October 07, 22 12:33PM
                                        
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A Yeti footprint was found and it was twice the size of a third graders footprint! Using third grade body measurements, and doubling them, the classes created models of what they thought a Yeti’s size would be. Such a fun collaboration! @TuckahoeSchool https://t.co/3My4a8BG0O
Published June 07, 22 7:17AM
                                        
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