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Brittany Moore

721 East Front Street, Dover, Ohio 44622

330-260-6772 moorebl15@yahoo.com

Objective To acquire an Early Childhood or Intervention Specialist position and create a positive learning environment that meets the diverse learning needs of every student. Qualifications/Licensure Early Childhood Education (Preschool-Third Grade) and 4th and 5th Grade Endorsement Intervention Specialist (Preschool-Third Grade) Education University of Mount Union, Alliance, OH, May 2014-Bachelor of Arts in Education: Overall GPA 3.8 Dover High School, Dover, OH, May 2010 Teaching and Field Experience Clinical Student Teaching - January 2014 to May 2014 Knox Elementary School, First Grade o Created and implemented engaging lessons in all subject areas, incorporating different learning styles, to first grade students of varying needs and abilities o Attended parent teacher conferences, IEP meetings, district professional development meetings, and actively worked with parent volunteers, intervention specialist, Title One teacher, and classroom aide each day o Organized and set up writing pen pals with a first grade class in Phoenix, Arizona Parkway Elementary School, Third and Fourth Grade Intervention o Taught Success For All (SFA) to a group of ten struggling readers including an English Language Learner o Helped and assisted students with various disabilities reach their goals and objectives outlined in their IEPs o Collaborated and co-taught with third and fourth grade general education teachers to meet the needs of every student Preclinical Student Teaching - August 2013 to December 2013 Alliance Early Learning School, Kindergarten o Planned and taught whole class and small group lessons along with working one-on-one with struggling readers, students who are advanced, and students on IEPs o Contributed to weekly team meetings about the curriculum, student learning objectives, and Common Core Standards o Instructed diverse students of many different cultures and backgrounds by differentiating instruction to meet the needs of all the students Parkway Elementary School, Third and Fourth Grade Intervention o Collaboratively worked with third and fourth grade general education teachers on lesson accommodations and modifications o Retaught math concepts to students on IEPs and worked with them in a small group setting and a one-on-one setting o Co-taught a math lesson about multiplication with the third general education teacher Field Experience Dover East Elementary School, Second Grade - Spring 2011 Alliance Early Learning School, Kindergarten - Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 Minerva Elementary School, Third Grade - Fall 2012 Alliance Early Learning School, Kindergarten - Spring 2013 Work History Union Country Club, Dover, OH, Server-May 2011 to Current Interfaith Preschool, Alliance, OH, Teacher Aide-September 2011 to May 2013 Leadership Activities Kappa Delta Pi (co-vice president) - Honors Education Fraternity; Alpha Phi Omega - Service Fraternity; Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Fraternity; Gamma Beta Phi - Service and Honors Fraternity; Student National Education Association Professional Development Presented at the National Kappa Delta Pi Convocation in Dallas, TX, October 2013 Completed training and administered DIBELS for Title One Reading at Dover Elementary, Fall 2013 Attended training on Student Learning Objectives (SLO) for teacher evaluation, January 2014 Researched and prepared technology resources on educational apps for students, Fall 2011 References References available upon request.