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Conner Mueller Jenkins

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Phone: (563) 343-3167 Email: jenkicae@uni.edu Address: 3703 w 68th Ave Westminster, CO

Professional Objective
To seek a platform where I can facilitate opportunities for growth and authentic learning, and constantly
reiterate the importance of experiencing education.

Education
University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA
Bachelor of Arts: Secondary Social Science Teaching
Endorsements: All Social Sciences
Graduation: December 2015

Areas of Certification
Initial License OSHA Certification
Child Abuse Mandatory Reporter Training SING Background Check
High Risk Behaviors and Substance Abuse Training

Teaching Experiences
Monument Valley High School, Kayenta, AZ, Navajo Nation Reservation
12th Grade Government - Student Teaching October 2015 - November 2015
Site Supervisor: David Hawley UNI Faculty Supervisor: Jennifer Beck
Originated lesson plans in accordance with the Arizona common core
Attended multiple professional development meetings, instructional planning meetings, and IEP meetings
Led student facilitated discussion and activities
Incorporated games, videos, and compare and contrast activities in lessons

Monument Valley Middle School, Kayenta, AZ, Navajo Nation Reservation


7th Grade American History - Student Teaching August 2015 - September 2015
Site Supervisor: David Hawley UNI Faculty Supervisor: Jennifer Beck
Allocated and enacted activity based lesson plans for the students
Orchestrated intricate lesson plans despite limited resources
Operated in a unique setting

Alburnett Junior- Senior High School, Alburnett, IA


High School World History, Psychology, and World Cultures - Level III Field Experience Spring 2015
Site Supervisor: Mr. Matthew Winter UNI Faculty Supervisor: Kady Korbel
Delivered multiple diverse lessons daily to 9th through 12th graders
Instructed students in World History and Psychology
Utilized lessons on an online education platform

George Washington Carver Academy, Waterloo, IA


6th Grade Geography Class - Level II Field Experience Spring 2014
Site Supervisor: Mrs. Connie Adams UNI Faculty Supervisor: Lee Weber
Composed lessons over landscapes, monuments, and physical geography
Presented information using a Promethean Smart Board
Assisted in maintaining class order and keeping students on task
Instructed in the highly diverse environment

East High School, Waterloo, IA


11th and 12th Grade Contemporary Affairs Class - Level I Field Experience Spring 2013
Site Supervisor: Mr. Tony Dehl UNI Faculty Supervisor: Daphne Schuchart
Compiled lectures and online activities
Recorded assignments and attendance into an online system
Collaborated on lessons and activities with a fellow UNI teaching student

Other Experiences
Capstone: From the Cradle of Democracy, Greece June 2014
Experienced Greek culture
Attended historic sites and museums

Timber Wolf Lake Camp, Lake City, MI Summer 2011


Led small bible studies for middle school children
Provided mentorship to the campers and a positive role model

Employment History
Alamo Theater Kitchen Expo, Kansas City, MO December 2015 - September 2016
Ensured the quality of the product
Maintained an environment that was up to health code
Trained new employees

Computer Lab Supervisor, University of Northern Iowa Fall of 2011 to Spring of 2015
Tracked and monitored the efficiency of the computer labs
Assisted customers with issues pertaining to the computers
Trained new employees

Professional Organizations
Iowa Council for the Social Studies National Council for History Education

References
Joshua Placke
7th Grade American History Teacher
Student Teaching Cooperating Teacher
Joshua.Placke@kayenta.k12.az.us
(928) 221-8790

Gaetano Corrado
12th Grade Government Teacher
Student Teaching Cooperating Teacher
gaetano.corrado@kayenta.k12.az.us
(702) 332-1483

Richard Schulenberg
Kitchen Manager
Alamo Theater
rick.schulenberg@drafthouse.com
(816) 920-1220

Courtney Hoover
Computer Lab Manager
University of Northern Iowa
hoovecaa@uni.edu
(563) 370-2944