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SARAH

L PROVOLISH
Address: 8273 Station House Road, Centerville, OH 45458
Teaching Portfolio: SarahProvolishPortfolio.weebly.com

Email: Sprovolish@gmail.com

Cell: (937) 416-0833


SUMMARY:
Caring and enthusiastic educator with a strong commitment to student development and the learning experience. Able to utilize creative skills to
design and implement well-received lesson plans. Dedicated to creating safe learning environments and inspiring students to do their best. Looking
for an opportunity in a Middle School to make a difference by teaching our future leaders.

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Curriculum Design
Math in Focus/ Go Math
Differentiated Instruction
Formative Assessment Process

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Science Fair Coordinator


Classroom Management
Parent Communication
Use of Manipulatives

EDUCATION:
Miami University, Oxford Ohio Bachelor of Science in Education, 2013
Ohio Licensure: Four Year Resident Educator Math and Science Grades 4-9
Major: Middle Childhood Education


Overall GPA: 3.28/4.0


Honors: Deans List
Minor: Special Education

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Math and Science Teacher, August 2014-Current Ascension Catholic School, Kettering, Ohio
-Designed and implemented Science Fair project curriculum; held a judged Science Fair at the completion of the projects.
-Providing weekly parent communication regarding student progress.
Mathnasium Math Tutor, March 2014-February 2015 Mathnasium Math Learning Center, Centerville, Ohio
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-Provided Math tutoring to students in Kindergarten-12 grade using Mathnasium techniques.
Literacy Tutor, Spring 2013 Kramer Elementary School, Talawanda School District, Oxford, Ohio
-Designed and implemented two, hour-long reading lessons per week to a fourth grade student.
-Lessons were dedicated towards improving reading comprehension and literacy, as well as building word study knowledge using Words Their Way
activities.
Summer Camp Counselor, Summer of 2012 & Summer of 2013 Miami Valley School, Dayton, Ohio
-Developed hands on lessons for groups of children on specific topics (such as cooking and photography) to engage students and offer fun ways of
learning new material.
Mentor to Student at Risk, Fall 2012- Spring 2013
-Mentored a student at risk of not graduating High School twice weekly to help her understand the value of school, help her learn organization
skills, and explain to her how poor decisions can ruin her chances of graduating High School as well as her chances of furthering her career choice.
Cincinnati Summer Immersion Program, Summer 2012 - Cincinnati, Ohio
-Spent three weeks living in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati and volunteered at different organizations to learn how less fortunate people live, and to
see what struggles students are dealing with on a daily basis.
Girl Scout Leader, Spring 2012
-Developed lessons and activities for twenty Kindergarten-Second Grade girls to model good values and positive friendship techniques.
Live in Nanny, Summer 2011
-Lived with a family that has three children, ages 2, 3 and 7 for an entire summer and I was solely responsible for the childrens care.
-Designed instruction for all three children to help them developmentally further their skills.
Long Term Substitute Teacher, Grade 1, May 2014-June 2014- Harry Russell Elementary, West Carrollton City Schools, Dayton, Ohio
-Responsible for planning and teaching lessons that follow the Common Core Standards.
-Created differentiated lessons for Math and Reading for each students learning level.
Substitute Teacher, Grades K-8, February 2014-June 2014- West Carrollton City Schools, Dayton, Ohio
-Taught lesson plans provided from homeroom teacher, and monitored behavior of students.
Student Teacher, Science - Grade 7, October 2013-December 2014 - West Carrollton Middle School, West Carrollton, Ohio
-Developed multiple assessments to measure student learning.
-Utilized online technology to provide experiments to students that were not possible in the classroom.
Student Teacher, Math - Grade 4, August 2014-October 2014 - Harry Russell Elementary, Dayton, Ohio
-Developed a learning segment in math focusing on multiplication.
-Modeled successful methods of teaching, including classroom management strategies, student motivation, and positive classroom communities.
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Field Experiences, Grade 6, Spring 2014 Highview 6 Grade Center, Middletown City School District, Middletown, Ohio
-Observed classroom management strategies, and created in class activities for both Math and Science units.
-Learned and utilized Smart Board Technology.

CAMPUS ACTIVITIES:

National Science Teachers Association, 2012-2013


-Attended a national conference that provided me with resources for teaching Science in an inquiry-based classroom.
Middle School Education Association, 2012-2013
-Participated in a mentoring program with a retired teacher who gives me advice and resources to further my teaching experiences.
Miami University Council for Teachers of Mathematics, 2012-2013
-Attended presentations from multiple teachers that provided us with resources to use in Math classrooms following the Singapore Math
Structure.