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Emily N.

Morgridge
369 Carnoustie ! Highland, MI 48357 ! 248-425-3367 Email: morgrid2@msu.edu

Emily N. Morgridge
369 Carnoustie ! Highland, MI 48357 ! 248-425-3367 Email: morgrid2@msu.edu Objective
To obtain a position as an elementary or middle school teacher where I can utilize my knowledge and experiences to contribute to the success of a school.

Education
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan Fifth Year Teacher Intern Program, August 2013 - May 2014 12 Graduate Credits, May 2014 Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan Bachelor of Arts: Elementary Education, May 2013 Teaching Major: Language Arts

Certification
Michigan Elementary Provisional Certificate K-5 All Subject Areas 6-8 Language Arts

Teaching Experience
Fifth Year Internship Program Parkview Elementary, Novi, Michigan ! First Grade ! August 2013 - May 2014 • Effectively assumed all classroom responsibilities during the year-long internship • Met the needs of all learners by differentiating instruction for at-risk, above level, and English Language Learning students, using SIOP strategies and small group instruction • Collected and analyzed formative and summative assessment data, displayed on a data wall, to make deliberate instructional decisions • Utilized strategies from Robert Marzano’s “The Art and Science of Teaching” to track student progress • Guided students to reflect on their learning by setting goals, creating action plans for achievement and monitoring their progress using personalized data notebooks • Designed comprehensive unit plans with subject integration in each area through long range preparation, incorporating discussions, inquiry and varying participation structures • Employed a range of classroom management strategies, based on the 7 Habits, to create a safe and productive classroom environment, engaging all students • Successfully implemented daily workshops in reading, writing and mathematics using supplemental support from Everyday Mathematics, Blueprint for Exceptional Writing (BEW), Lucy Calkins, Café and the Daily 5 Model, to teach content aligned with the Common Core State Standards • Communicated and built relationships with parents through individualized emails, conferences, phone calls and daily behavior plans • Contributed to the school culture by collaborating with colleagues when planning school-wide Day in the Park events, coaching Girls on the Run and in weekly team planning Substitute Teacher Novi Community Schools, Michigan ! November 2013 – Present Senior Placement Herbison Woods School, DeWitt, Michigan ! Fifth Grade ! September 2012 - April 2013 • Prepared and taught hands-on lessons in all subject areas for whole class and small groups • Worked with small groups in the areas of math and writing • Observed classroom activities and management techniques

Junior Placement Cavanaugh Elementary School, Lansing, Michigan ! Kindergarten ! September 2011 - December 2011 • Conducted a literacy case study with one student • Administered assessments for each aspect of literacy • Produced reading and writing lessons based on assessment results Sophomore Placement Wexford Montessori School, Lansing, Michigan ! Multi-Age ! January 2011 - May 2011 • Assisted students in computer use • Tutored small groups in social studies and literacy

Teaching-Related Experience
Teacher’s Aide Appletree Christian Learning Center, Walker, Michigan ! Preschool ! September 2012 - June 2013 • Implemented the classroom teacher’s instructional plans • Organized student participation in developmental activities Tutor/Site Supervisor Read to Succeed, Lansing, Michigan ! Multi-Age ! September 2011 - December 2012 • Mentored and tutored at-risk students to improve literacy skills • Built relationships between the staff, students and parents • Supported tutors in planning individual lesson plans Youth Counselor Outdoor Adventure, Commerce, Michigan ! Multi-Age ! May 2012 - August 2012 • Engaged with children during outdoor recreation activities • Supervised students on field trips

Professional Development
• • • • • • • • • • • • Fountas and Pinnell Literacy Assessment Training, Novi 2014 Professional Learning Communities, Novi 2013-2014 Member of the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics, 2013 Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) Training, Novi 2013 School Safety Training, Novi 2013 Concussion Training, Novi 2013 Leader in Me Implementation Training, Novi 2013 MEA Legal Issues in Education, Detroit 2013 Atlas Rubicon Curriculum and Data Warehouse Training, Novi 2013 American Heart Association First Aid and CPR Certification, Grand Rapids 2013 Teaching Strategies Gold Curriculum Training, Grand Rapids 2012 Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Explorer Guide Training, Roscommon 2009

Technology
SMART Board, Notebook 11 Software, ELMO document camera, Google Documents, Microsoft Office, iPad, Dropbox, website creation by Weebly, presentation creation by Prezi and SlideRocket, Raz-Kids, IXL, Apple products

Honors and Achievements
Office Manager at Michigan State University Student Radio, 2011 Michigan Merit Award, 2008 Track and Field All-American, 2007

Interests
Exercising, cooking, reading, sewing, tennis, traveling

References

Kerry Kowalczyk Mentor Teacher, Parkview Elementary 10440 Curtis Lane White Lake, MI 48386 (248) 770-5175 (c) (248) 363-9323 (h) kkowalczyk@novi.k12.mi.us

Susan Schreiber Michigan State University Field Instructor 5635 Stanhope Street West Bloomfield, MI 48322 (248) 425-5340 (c) spartech54@gmail.com

Stephanie Ford Team Teacher, Parkview Elementary 11707 Shorecrest South Lyon, MI 48178 (248) 921-7855 (c) (248) 438-8696 (h) sford@novi.k12.mi.us

Jenifer Michos Principal, Parkview Elementary 4765 Northgate Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48103 (734) 657-6679 (c) (734) 424-0554 (h) jmichos@novi.k12.mi.us

Professional portfolio available at http://emilymorgridge.weebly.com.