ELLA EDUKATOR

8 Blackboard Lane    Seaside, MA 02664    Cell: (508) 394-0000    ellaedukator@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE              A position as a classroom teacher at the elementary level.

 

EDUCATION             Saint Michaelís College, Colchester, VT

Bachelor of Arts in History and Elementary Education, May 2011

G.P.A. overall 3.45      G.P.A. in History 3.5   Deanís List

Vermont Elementary Licensure pending graduation

                                    Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society for Education 2010

 

TEACHING               Student Teacher, Malletts Bay Elementary School, Colchester, VT. 

EXPERIENCE           Planned and taught Vermont Standards-based lessons in all content areas in a self-contained fifth grade classroom during a fifteen-week internship.  Developed original active learning unit, ďThe Revolutionary War,Ē incorporating the multiple intelligences.  Presented concepts of fractions, decimals, percents, and measurement with the Bridges in Mathematics program; team-taught two-dimensional geometry through direct and indirect instruction using computers and manipulatives.  Taught reading through chapter books, phonics, and creative writing.  Worked with learning specialists to monitor IEPs; accommodated teaching methods for children with special needs.  Spring 2011

 

Substitute Teacher, Frederick B. Tuttle Middle School, South Burlington, VT; Malletts

                                    Bay Elementary School, Colchester, VT; Seaside School District, Seaside, MA.  Taught in grades K-6, art, and physical education.  2010-2011

 

Internship II, Frederick B. Tuttle Middle School, South Burlington, VT. 

Worked independently in the ďEnterprise RoomĒ with students of varying abilities and/or with special learning needs (ESL, LD/ADD).  Tutored individuals and facilitated small groups in guided homework, study, and class projects.  Designed creative writing project and reader response to literature for students.  Spring 2010

 

Tutor, Saint Francis Xavier Elementary School, Winooski, VT; Mater Christi Elementary School, Burlington, VT; Lawrence Barnes Elementary School, Burlington, VT

Provided one-on-one instruction to students in first through fourth grades, assisting with concepts in literacy, math and science. Spring 2008 - Spring 2009

 

RELEVANT               Museum Docent, Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, VT

EXPERIENCE           Participated in historically accurate role-playing as a shopkeeper in the museumís general store.  Completed training to become familiar with breadth of museumís collection, and rotated through exhibits, including the early 1900ís steamboat Ticonderoga and 19th century American paintings.  Provided insight into collection pieces and responded to visitor questions. May-October 2010

 

Museum Educator, Nantucket Historical Society, Nantucket, MA

                                    Created learning opportunities for children and families in hands-on area of whaling museum. Worked with staff to develop new exhibits from museumís collection to highlight different dimensions of everyday life for whalers and their families in the 1800ís.   Conducted ďBehind the ScenesĒ tours. Catalogued new museum acquisitions and learned proper care techniques for fragile items. Summers 2008 & 2009

 

LEADERSHIP                        Captain, Womenís Varsity Soccer, Saint Michaelís College.  Academic year 2010-2011

EXPERIENCE           Resident Assistant, Residence Life, Saint Michaelís College.  Academic years 2009-2011

Tour Guide, Admission Office, Saint Michaelís College.  Academic years 2009-2011  

 

REFERENCES        Enclosed

 

ELLA ETCETERA

8 Blackboard Lane    Seaside, MA 02664    Cell: (508) 394-0000    ellaedukator@gmail.com

 

 

OBJECTIVE              Assistant Museum Educator, National Museum of American History

 

EDUCATION             Saint Michaelís College, Colchester, VT

Bachelor of Arts in History and Elementary Education, May 2011

G.P.A. overall 3.45      G.P.A. in History 3.5   Deanís List

Senior Thesis: Air Born: Amelia Earhartís Role in the Acceptance of American Women as Pilots

 

MUSEUM                   Museum Docent, Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, VT

EXPERIENCE           Participated in historically accurate role-playing as a shopkeeper in the museumís general store.  Completed training to become familiar with breadth of museumís collection, and rotated through exhibits, including the early 1900ís steamboat Ticonderoga and 19th century American paintings.  Provided insight into collection pieces and responded to visitor questions. May-October 2010

 

Museum Educator, Nantucket Historical Society, Nantucket, MA

                                    Created learning opportunities for children and families in hands-on area of whaling museum. Worked with staff to develop new exhibits from museumís collection to highlight different dimensions of everyday life for whalers and their families in the 1800ís.   Conducted ďBehind the ScenesĒ tours. Catalogued new museum acquisitions and learned proper care techniques for fragile items. Summers 2008 & 2009

 

TEACHING               Student Teacher, Malletts Bay Elementary School, Colchester, VT. 

EXPERIENCE           Planned and taught Vermont Standards-based lessons in all content areas in a self-contained fifth grade classroom during a fifteen-week internship.  Developed original active learning unit, ďThe Revolutionary War,Ē incorporating the multiple intelligences.  Presented concepts of fractions, decimals, percents, and measurement with the Bridges in Mathematics program; team-taught two-dimensional geometry through direct and indirect instruction using computers and manipulatives.  Taught reading through chapter books, phonics, and creative writing.  Worked with learning specialists to monitor IEPs; accommodated teaching methods for children with special needs.  Spring 2011

 

Substitute Teacher, Frederick B. Tuttle Middle School, South Burlington, VT; Malletts

                                    Bay Elementary School, Colchester, VT; Seaside School District, Seaside, MA.  Taught in grades K-6, art, and physical education.  2010-2011

 

Internship II, Frederick B. Tuttle Middle School, South Burlington, VT. 

Worked independently in the ďEnterprise RoomĒ with students of varying abilities and/or with special learning needs (ESL, LD/ADD).  Tutored individuals and facilitated small groups in guided homework, study, and class projects.  Designed creative writing project and reader response to literature for students.  Spring 2010

 

Tutor, Saint Francis Xavier Elementary School, Winooski, VT; Mater Christi Elementary School, Burlington, VT; Lawrence Barnes Elementary School, Burlington, VT

Provided one-on-one instruction to students in first through fourth grades, assisting with concepts in literacy, math and science. Spring 2008 - Spring 2009

 

LEADERSHIP                        Captain, Womenís Varsity Soccer, Saint Michaelís College.  Academic year 2010-2011

EXPERIENCE           Resident Assistant, Residence Life, Saint Michaelís College.  Academic years 2009-2011

Tour Guide, Admission Office, Saint Michaelís College.  Academic years 2009-2011 

 

REFERENCES        Available upon request