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Laura Stiefbold
12 Hillside Avenue
Caldwell, NJ 07006

Obtain an elementary level teaching position to offer genuine dedication towards childrens cognitive
development, innovative lesson planning, and constructivist based instruction

The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), Ewing, NJ; Expected, May 2016
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Accumulative GPA 3.96/4.0; Deans List (7 out of 7 semesters)

Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society of Education, April 2014-Present
TCNJ Merit Scholar, 2012-2016
Nancy B. Boucher 57 Scholarship Recipient, 2013-2016
Phi Kappa Phi Honors Society, 2016

CEAS, Elementary Education, State of New Jersey, Spring 2016
Substitute Teacher, Monroe Township School District, Monroe, NJ, 2015-Present
Completed Elementary Education Content Knowledge Praxis Exam
Scores - Reading and Language Arts: 181, Mathematics: 195, Social Studies 197, Science: 170
Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying (HIB) Certification, Spring 2015
Training For Intervention Procedures (TIPS) University Certified, April 2014

Teaching Experience
Substitute Teaching, January 2016-Present, Monroe Township School District, Monroe, NJ
Demonstrates flexibility in adapting to new environments and new students
Conforms or adapts lesson plans provided by the classroom teacher in an appropriate manner
Monitors student progress and provides feedback to the students and the teacher
Student Teaching, Fall 2015, Applegarth Elementary School, Monroe Township, NJ
Implemented multiple curricula including mathematics, literacy, science, and social studies while
differentiating instruction to meet needs of all students
Demonstrated effective behavior management with 22 diverse students using Whole Brain
Integrated technology into the classroom instruction and collaborative learning activities through
the use of STEM based learning opportunities
Adapted a Flipped Classroom approach for the subjects of mathematics and science
Organized and participated in parent teacher conferences
Attended and participated in faculty meetings and professional development workshops
Fostered one on one assistance in mathematics and literacy during an after school tutoring
Junior Professional Experience, Spring 2015, Edgewood Elementary School, Yardley, PA

Taught a variety of lessons across the curriculum in a Kindergarten classroom incorporating

Common Core Standards into lesson planning
Organized and created learning centers and bulletin boards
Designed and executed a two-week science unit with parental involvement and a community
guest speaker
Instructional Internship, Fall 2014, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
Aided professor as a teaching assistant for a college level psychology course
Assisted with editing papers and assigning grades
Held weekly office hours for extra assistance and conducted review sessions for major exams
Sophomore Professional Experience, Fall 2014, Maple Shade Elementary School, Levittown, PA
Taught various math and science lessons in a 3rd grade classroom using a constructivist
Aided the cooperating teacher with grading and organization
Worked effectively one on one with students on literacy, math, and science skills
Sophomore Professional Experience, Fall 2013, Parkway Elementary School, Ewing, NJ
Taught literacy lessons in a 4th grade classroom and assisted the cooperating teacher in
Observed child development

Work Experience
Server/Hostess, The Cloverleaf Tavern
May 2012- Present
Hands-on experience in assigning work tasks and organizing activities of dining room workers to
ensure timely service to patrons.
Able to speak with others using clear and professional language
Effectively trains and educates new employees the necessary skills needed for serving and
Child Care Provider
June 2011-Present
Hands-on experience in ensuring a safe and nurturing environment for children ages three
through thirteen
Provides tutoring across all subjects areas of school
Has worked with over 10 families

Student United Way: Executive Board Member, Education Chair, September 2014- May 2015
Organized volunteer opportunities to benefit local community schools including book drives and
tutoring opportunities
Collaborated with other executive board members to organize a campus-wide event where
1,000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches were made and donated to the Trenton Area Soup
Theta Phi Alpha Sorority:
Ritual Chair, Executive Board Member, Spring 2015
o Continuously educated sorority members about the history and traditions of the sorority
o Collaborated with other executive board members to better the organization and
productivity of the sorority
Philanthropy Week Chair, Fall 2015
o Co-planed a campus wide week of awareness about hunger and homelessness in the
local area. Created, organized, and facilitated a variety of fundraising events to benefit
the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen raising $600

Community Service

Trenton Area Soup Kitchen: Trenton, NJ

Trenton Free Public Library: Trenton, NJ
Relay for Life: Ewing, NJ
Buddy Walk: Hamilton, NJ