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Abigail E.

Showerman
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
showerman.a@gmail.com (517) 755-0731

Certification
State of Michigan Elementary Provisional Certificate K-5th Grade (HQ)
State of Texas Elementary Education K-6th Grade (HQ)
Endorsements
Special Education Learning Disabilities K-12th Grade (SM)
Special Education Autism Spectrum Disorder (SV) (Summer 2016)
Language Arts 6-8th Grade (BX)
Teaching English to Students of Other Languages 6-8th Grade (NS)

Abigail E. Showerman
5704 Shaw St Unit 2 Haslett, MI, 48840 (517) 755-0731
showerman.a@gmail.com www.showerman.weebly.com @MsShowerman

OBJECTIVE
To obtain a teaching position where I can instill within students a passion for lifelong learning while addressing students
individual needs within their education to improve academics, social and behavioral needs.

EDUCATION
Masters of Art in Special Education
Michigan State University
Special Education Autism Spectrum Disorder

August 2016

Bachelor of Arts
Michigan State University
Special Education Learning Disabilities

May 2012

Post-Graduate Credits
Michigan State University
12 Credits

2012-2013

Study Abroad
Kenya
Society and Ecology of Kenya

Summer 2011

CERTIFICATIONS
State of Texas Elementary Teaching Certificate
Texas
Elementary Education Kindergarten-6th Grade (HQ)
State of Michigan Provisional Teacher Certificate
Michigan
Elementary Education Kindergarten-5th Grade (HQ)
Endorsements
Special Education Autism Spectrum Kindergarten-12 (SV) (Summer 2016)
Special Education Learning Disabilities Kindergarten-12 (SM)
Language Arts 6-8 (BX)
TESOL: Teaching English to Students of Other Languages 6-8 (NS)

August 2013

May 2013

EDUCATION FIELD EXPERIENCE


H.T. Smith Elementary School
Fowlerville, MI
August 2014-Present
Grade Level: 2nd Grade Inclusion Classroom
Taught students from diverse families and socio-economic backgrounds
Produced behavior intervention plans, transition plans and IEP goals
Created and facilitated instructional content in accordance with Common Core Standards
Applied Positive Behavior Intervention Support to classroom
Leader of the School Wide Positive Intervention and Support team
Implemented interventions for student success using CAF, Daily 5, Fountas and Pinnell
Developed cohesive mathematical instruction through Bridges Curriculum
Established alternative seating environment for entire classroom with sensory needs being addressed
Assessed student learning using multiple forms of formal and informal assessments
Experienced in the use of Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Instruction and Interventions
Evaluated school improvement plan
Assisted with the organization of family fitness night, March is reading month, science night, math night, end of
year extravaganza

McFee Elementary School


Houston, TX
August 2013-August 2014
Grade Level: 2nd Grade Inclusion Classroom
Taught 20 students from diverse families and socio-economic backgrounds
Created and facilitated instructional content in accordance with Texas Standards
Applied Positive Behavior Intervention Support to classroom
Experienced in the use of Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Instruction and Interventions
Participated in weekly after school tutoring and Saturday camps
Cavanaugh Elementary School (Student Internship)
Lansing, MI
January 2013-April 2013
Grade Level: 2nd Grade General Education Classroom
Co-taught 23 students from diverse families and socio-economic backgrounds
Integrated Promethean Board and classroom blog into teaching
Envisioned and initiated whole class behavior intervention plan
Evaluated and assessed student learning using multiple forms of formal and informal assessments
Participated in school-wide reading intervention using Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Instruction
Willow Elementary School (Student Internship)
Lansing, MI
September 2012-December 2012
Grade Level: Kindergarten-3rd Grade Students with Emotional Impairments Self-Contained
Taught 8 students with emotional impairments using a Positive Behavior Support System (PBS)
Collaborated with co-teacher to develop and implement instruction in accordance with grade level standards
Administered norm-referenced, curriculum-based and informal assessments to evaluate instruction
Participated in planning, writing and adapting Individualized Education Plans (IEPs)
Communicated with parents and guardians through conferences, daily reports and phone calls

TEACHING-RELATED EXPERIENCE
Urban Education Cohort Program Member
MSU, College of Education, East Lansing MI
Specialized training for future teachers in urban areas

September 2008- December 2010

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE


Michigan State University Department of Residence Life: Resident Assistant
East Lansing, MI
Assisted residences with academic and emotional development
Developed bi-weekly educational opportunities

January 2010- May 2012

ACHIEVEMENTS AND SPECIAL TRAINING


Crisis Prevention Institute
Ingham Intermediate School District
INTEL Math Educator
Fowlerville, MI

August 2016
July 2016-Present

Lead Your School: Lesa Cain


Houston, TX

September 2013-Present

Writing Workshop: Elizabeth Martin


Houston, TX

September 2013-Present

First Aid/CPR
East Lansing, MI
Girl Scout Gold Award Recipient
Girl Scouts of America

March 2013
April 2008

References
Mr. Wayne Roedel
Superintendent
Fowlerville Community Schools
roedelw@fowlervillecommunityschools.org
517-861-9737
517-223-6015
Mrs. Kathy Gibson
Principal
H.T. Smith Elementary School
Fowlerville Community Schools
gibsonk@fowlervilleschools.org
517-223-6450
Mrs. Dana Coon
Assistant Principal
HT Smith Elementary School
Fowlerville Community Schools
coonda@fowlervilleschools.org
517-223-6451
Mrs. Katha Heinze
Retired Principal Holt Public Schools
Professional Mentor
kathaheinze@aol.com
517-604-1605
Ms. Bette Jo Brubaker
MSU Field Instructor
Michigan State University
College of Education
brubak15@msu.edu
517-896-1079
Mrs. Connie Roberson
Assistant Principal
McFee Elementary School
Cypress-Fairbanks ISD
Connie2.roberson@cfisd.net
281-463-5380