My name is Ms. Brazofsky and this is my eighth year teaching high school in the Westwood Regional School District! Upon my graduation from the University of Scranton, in 1999, I took a job as a first grade teacher in Emerson. After 5 years, I completed my master's degree in Special Education and continued to teach 4th grade within the same district. Once I had my daughter, Emma, in 2006, I left the classroom to spend time raising her. Needless to say I have been living "Child Development" for the past 11 years and I enjoy sharing my experiences as both a teacher and a parent. Since then, I attained a certification in the area of Family & Consumer Sciences for Early Childhood Development. In addition to teaching Child Development, I also teach Future Educators, a class for those planning to pursue a career in Education.
"Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning.
But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood." - Fred Rogers