Katie Karabel

Special Education

Room
321

Phone
402-436-1222

Email
kkarab@lps.org

Katie Karabel

Special Education

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Classroom Information
About Me

8:00-8:52 Check-in with students and small groups in 321. Tuesday: Seeing Red

8:55-9:47 Plan Time

9:50-10:42 Tuesday: Circle of Friends Thursday: Executive Functioning Skills

10:45-11:35 Small groups in 321

11:45-12:15 Lunch

12:16-1:08 Plan Time

1:11-2:02 Small groups in 321

2:05-2:58 Small groups and check-out with students

I graduated from Lincoln East in June 2005. I wasn't sure, exactly, what I wanted to do but had a couple ideas. I attended Southeast Community College for 4 years as an academic transfer. During my time there, I took classes in juvenile justice and worked as a para for Lincoln Public Schools at Prescott Elementary. After officially landing on a career path, I started at Doane College - Crete in the fall of 2009. During my time at Doane I got the opportunity to student teach at Schoo Middle School in 7th grade Special Education. Later on, I got my degree in Elementary Education and Special Education.

After graduating with honors, I immediately started on my masters at Doane College - Lincoln and received my masters in Curriculum & Instruction 2 years later. I got my first teaching position in the fall of 2012. I split my days between Hartley Elementary and Prescott Elementary, both in Lincoln Public Schools. I worked in Special Education in the kindergarten and 5th grade classrooms. After a year I was able to return to the school that always near and dear to my heart, Schoo. I've been here since 2013 and have just recently started my 6th year in Special Education.

Professional Experience

Lincoln East High School graduate June 2005

Southeast Community College 2005-2009 (academic transfer)

Doane College - Crete 2009-2012

     Bachelors in Elementary Education and Special Education

Doane College - Lincoln 2012-2014

     Masters in Curriculum and Instruction