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MEGAN E.

MARSHALL
megmarshall0381@gmail.com

EDUCATION University of New England, Biddeford, ME Master of Science in Education – Matriculating Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Literacy K-12 – Matriculating • Teacher as Leader • Differentiation Theory and Strategies • Motivational Theory and Classroom Management • Supporting Literacy Development for ALL Learners • Literacy Assessments as Teaching Tools • Study Skills and Content Literacy Instruction for All College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY Bachelor of Arts in English: Adolescence Education – Graduated May 2008, Cum Laude Initial Certificate in English: Adolescence Education – January 2009 PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

St. Mary's - St. Alphonsus School, Glens Falls, NY English Language Arts Middle School Teacher, August 2010-present
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Instructed and managed approximately 60-70 students in English Language Arts classes across grades 5-8 Instructed and evaluated various writing strategies including research papers, expository essays, letters, journal entries, poems and short stories Instructed and evaluated reading comprehension and critical analysis of short stories, poems, novels, various nonfiction pieces Effectively communicated and collaborated with other teachers/aides on a daily basis, including the special education department and numerous team meetings Member of the Diocese-wide curriculum mapping task force for ELA, helping create ELA curriculum for grades 5-8 and counsel other members Facilitated team meetings to ensure steady and relevant topic discussion Maintained 6th -grade homeroom, guiding new middle school students through expectations and procedures, organizing and conducting class activities, ensuring safe arrival and dismissal of all students

Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex BOCES, Fort Edward, NY Registered Substitute Teacher, January 2008-August 2010
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Managed up to 20 students per classroom per diem Instructed in diverse demographic areas and/or classrooms Taught primary and secondary students, including special education, often interchanging throughout the Effectively communicated and collaborated with other teachers/aides/administrators on a daily basis

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Lake George Junior/Senior High School, Lake George, NY
Student Teacher, October 2007 - December 2007 • Instructed approximately 100 students in 5 classes of grade 7 ELA • Participated in team-teaching at the 7th grade level and developed effective relationships with teachers and guidance counselors • Established timelines/goals for student projects, homework, and performance evaluations • Developed lessons for personal narrative writing with performance evaluations and constructive feedback • Constructed and implemented a unit for The Outsiders using a variety of teaching methods based on a constructivist pedagogy and differentiated instruction

MEGAN E. MARSHALL
megmarshall0381@gmail.com

Developed a positive rapport with the students through firm, fair, and consistent classroom management • Observed and participated in parent-teacher meetings, giving constructive feedback as well as creating goals and timelines for student success

Whitehall Junior/Senior High School, Whitehall, NY
Student Teacher, September 2007 - October 2007 • Instructed approximately 100 students in 10th- and 12th- grade Regents ELA, 10th-grade ELA Regents Honors, and Journalism • Created and implemented unit plans for Hamlet, speak, and Frankenstein using a variety of teaching methods and secondary texts based on a constructivist pedagogy and differentiated instruction • Evaluated Regents-based essays using a Regents developed rubric • Developed a positive rapport with the students through firm, fair, and consistent classroom management SKILLS • Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint • Experience creating websites through Weebly, Google, and Wikispace • Experience with online grading and educational technologies such as PowerSchool, SchoolTool, Blackboard, Glogster, and Prezi HOBBIES/INTERESTS • Reading • Hiking • Cycling • Travel • Camping • Quality time with family, friends, and pets • Dance/Choreography REFERENCES References available upon request