Irene Kamimura

Irene KamimuraIrene Kamimura is a standards-based resource teacher who provides instructional professional development assistance to grades K-12 teachers across content areas. She earned her BA degree and a Professional Diploma in General Education with a minor in Psychology.

Her 25 year career in the field of education has included teaching elementary Grades 2 through 5. She has also taught a number of special programs, including English Language Learners (ELL) for Grades K-6, Enrichment Mathematics for Grade 4, and Language Arts Intervention for Grades 5 and 6.

Ms. Kamimura has presented talks and workshop sessions at numerous education and science education conferences at both the national and state levels, including talks at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) National Conference on Science Education in Anaheim, CA in 2006, Boston, MA in 2008 (2 talks) and Indianapolis, IN in 2012; the New Jersey Science Convention; and the International Conference on Critical Thinking at Sonoma State University, CA in 2002 and 2003.

Ms. Kamimura was named the Concord School District Distinguished Educator in 1996 and the Concord School District Ambassador for Regional Central New Hampshire in 1997.

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