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KATHRYN E.

BODE
819 Chilton Lane, Wilmette, IL 60091  (847) 612-2708  bodekath@gmail.com

Professional Objective: To obtain a full-time teaching position in an elementary classroom in which I can help all children achieve to
their highest potential.

Certification:
Illinois Professional Educator License (Elementary Education: Self Contained General Education)
Michigan Elementary Provisional Teaching Certificate: Social Studies Endorsement

Education: Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI


Master of Arts in Teaching and Curriculum: Psychology of Education May 2012-August 2016
Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education May 2012
Australia Teach Abroad Program July-August 2012

Teaching Experience:
Lead Teacher: Second Grade
Saint Francis Xavier School, Wilmette, IL August, 2013-present
 Created and implemented curriculum and lesson plans for all subject areas consistent with district’s standards for
all instruction, including modifications and differentiation to reach all 20 learners
 Mentored new co-teachers in all subjects
 Attended curriculum standards meetings, staff development sessions, faculty meetings, and parent-teacher
conferences
 Collaborated with second grade team of teachers, colleagues, and parents to share ideas and create a home-school
connection
 Maintained and developed a classroom management plan, discipline, standards, and procedures
Special Education Paraprofessional
Romona Elementary School, Wilmette, IL April 2013-June 2013
 Aide for five K-2 students in special education comprehensive/multi-categorical program
 Continuously implemented and modified IEP plans, as well as, academic and behavior plan adjustments for each
individual student (Needs categories include: ASD, Down Syndrome, Batten Disease, Profound Learning Disabilities,
Behavioral Disabilities, Social and Emotional Needs)
 Modified/differentiated general education curriculum to meet the needs of students
 Collaborated with general education and special education lead teachers, staff, parents and implemented needed
modifications
Year Long Teaching Intern: First Grade
Ray Elementary School, CPS Chicago, IL August 2012-April 2013
 Collaborated with mentor teacher and colleagues to share ideas and knowledge for unit planning, classroom
management techniques, assessment, and differentiation as well as planning activities for Computer class
 Created and implemented unit plans, lesson plans, and daily assignments for all subject areas within the district’s
curriculum and Common Core State Standards for all instruction, including modifications to reach all 32 learners
 Planned and implemented Everyday Mathematics, Daily 5, Lucy Calkins’ Units of Study for Primary Writing,
Journeys, Harcourt Social Studies and FOSS Curriculums
 Administered Running Records and DIBELS testing
 Collaborated with mentor teacher, support staff, and parents to implement needed modifications for students with
IEP needs through inclusion, behavioral strategies, and assignment/grading modifications
Substitute Teacher
Faith, Hope, & Charity School, Winnetka, IL May-June 2012, September 2012
 Responsible for a full-time teacher’s pre-k through 8th grade classrooms
 Carried out all planned activities and lessons as directed by the teacher

Professional Development and Skills:


 Mentor in TEC/AoC Tech Mentor Program
 Certified in Adult and Pediatric First Aid, CPR, AED and CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training
 Proficient in Smartboard, iMovie, PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Pages