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New Teachers in the Special Education Department

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Alex Doty (Education Specialist) 

 

Q: Which school did you teach at in previous years?

A: I taught at Lakeside Middle School for two years and I just started the third year here.

 

Q: If not personal, can I ask you why you decide to come to Woodbridge High School?

A: I like working with older students. I definitely enjoy teaching a lot of life skills…for them to get future jobs and become members of a community.

 

Q: What subjects did you teach before and what are you teaching right now? And why?

A: I was an autism specific teacher that covered the whole curriculum like English and math…and I taught life skills in the sense of going out in the community. Right now, I have an art class I teach in the afternoon and I also teach math and English.

 

Q: What is one significant thing different about Woodbridge High than in any other schools?

A: I would just say, coming from middle school, it is just the amount of students; there are so many more students here.

 

Q: What are some significant things different about your class?

A: Different energy and different vibes that make each of the classes unique.

 

Q: What are you looking forward to the most in this year?

A: I think just really becoming a part of the club Warrior Nation, like becoming a part of high school atmosphere. Also, I grew up playing sports…it would be nice to be involved in volleyball in some aspects.

 

Q: You don’t have to pick a single student, but what is one thing that you want to compliment about your students?

A: The students are very knowledgeable; it is amazing to hear what they say about a certain subject. It is getting the passion out of them. It’s been a fun journey learning about each student and finding what they are passionate about and what they prefer, what they don’t prefer. Students are really opening up and being a part in this community.

 

Fun Fact: Other than his role as an educator, Doty wishes to start a family and live in a spacious house with a large couch, television and nicely built windows, enjoying the view from his house.

 

 

Karine Rosenior (Education Specialist)

 

Q: Which school did you teach at in previous years?

A: I have taught at San Rafael High School, Star Academy, Prentice School, Tustin High and University High. 

 

Q: Why did  you decide to come to Woodbridge High School?

A: Woodbridge has a reputation for being a positive community. It is strong in academics, and it is part of a great district.

 

Q: What subjects did you teach before and what are you teaching right now? And why?

A: Before I taught all the social sciences, I started as a history teacher. Then I taught English and College and Career Exploration. Starting last year, I started to teach Math 1 AB and directed studies. I really enjoy being part of the special education department.

Q: What is one significant thing different about Woodbridge High than in any other schools?

A: Woodbridge is a very positive community, and not a lot of schools are like that. It also has a lot of diversity which really enhances the community.

 

Q: What are some significant things different about your class? What are some core moral values you teach students about?

A: I teach directed classes, which give higher level of support for students. We practice a lot of step-by-step and graphic organizers to learn.

 

Q: What are you looking forward to the most in this year?

A: I am looking forward to know new students, staff, and faculty. It has been great finding out about the Woodbridge tradition that I didn’t know about before.

 

Fun Fact:  Rosenior is privileged to introduce herself as Kareen however she claims to be annoyed when people ask her back “you mean Kareem Abdul Jabbar?” – whom if you don’t know, was a basketball player in NBA for Los Angeles Lakers and Milwaukee Bucks.

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