Rebecca (Becky) Hulse

Master of Arts in Teaching

Rebecca (Becky) Hulse


Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education


Multiple Subjects

Endorsements (pending)


Fall 2011 Work Sample

Teaching Strengths

  • Implement literacy into the classroom
  • Teach multiple intelligences
  • Teach differentiated instruction
  • Ability to work independently and dependently
  • Encourage constructive criticism
  • Implement multicultural strategies into lessons
  • Work well with other teachers
  • Positive/supportive/safe learning environment
  • Reading endorsement anticipated October 2012


  • Oregon State University, BS 2010 (human development and family sciences / option: early childhood development and education)
  • Willamette University, MAT 2012

Teacher Research Topic

How to best support struggling readers in my third grade classroom. My goals for my teacher research project are to become comfortable and knowledgeable with strategies to help lower level readers as well as become very familiar with data sources and how to use them. I picked this topic because I think that this is something that I will see in most all of my classrooms.


Student Teaching

  • Alberta Rider Elementary School, Tigard, Oregon, 3rd grade

Practicum Teaching

  • St. Paul Elementary School, St. Paul, Oregon, kindergarten (science unit)

Other Classroom / Youth Experience:

  • Preschoolers (three-five year olds), Bates Child Development Center, Corvallis, Oregon
  • Infants, Oregon Child Development Coalition, Woodburn, Oregon
  • 2nd grade, Mountain View Elementary School, Corvallis, Oregon
  • 4th grade, Wilson Elementary School, Corvallis, Oregon
  • Preschool (four and five year olds), Corvallis Children’s Community Center ¬– Growing Oaks, Corvallis, Oregon
  • Five through 10 year olds, summer art camp, Bend, Oregon


Student Teaching Supervisor

  • David Sammond, Alberta Rider Elementary School, Tigard, Oregon

Practicum Supervisor

  • Kristi Stoltenburg, St. Paul Elementary School, St. Paul, Oregon

University Supervisor