At Blue RoZe Wonderschool, our goal is to foster students’ independence, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, while helping them develop valuable academic and personal strengths. Blue RoZe uses S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math)-based activities to teach language arts, mathematics, history, science, art, foreign languages, American Sign Language (ASL), and life skills. We believe in teaching to the “whole child” by catering to a range of learning styles, so whether your child is a visual, auditory, or physical learner, lessons are delivered through their preferred lens.
We also believe that parent involvement is critical to student success. Parents who take stock in their child’s education experience firsthand what their child is learning and how he or she learns most effectively. Additionally, being involved early on prepares parents to advocate for their child in the future. Parents know their child better than anyone, and through collaboration, we can find tailored solutions to best meet his or her needs. We encourage all parents to get involved at Blue RoZe Wonderschool, whether that’s by leading an activity, reading a story, or assisting with other tasks outside of the classroom.
Camille Mathews, Director and Head Teacher
Camille Mathews fell in love with teaching preschool at the age of 17. Since then, she has worked as an after-school instructor, enrichment teacher, reading tutor, preschool assistant, infant/toddler teacher, special education trainee, and now preschool teacher. For the last 10 years, she has been writing her own S.T.E.A.M. curriculum for preschoolers.
Camille has taken taken a plethora of classes in early childhood education, including art/music and movement, anti-bias curriculum, children with difficult behavior, teaching children in a diverse society, and language arts for young children, to name a few. She has also taken classes in American Sign Language and Spanish, which she is excited to include in Blue RoZe’s curriculum.
Camille is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in English and is working toward credential in Special Education Mild/Moderate Disabilities. All of her experiences working with children have stuck with her, and she has a range of activities and concepts to draw upon. In addition to being a teacher of young children, she is also the parent of a young child and can relate to the phases that parents experience with their child and learning.
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