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Taylor A.

Lanio
tlanio@yahoo.com
139 Mendota Drive
Rochester, NY 14626
(585) 214-9649

TEACHER CERTIFICATION: Initial New York State Certification: February 2013
Childhood Education, Grades 1-6
Students with Disabilities, Grades 1-6

EDUCATION:
Masters in Literacy Education Anticipated August 2015
Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, NY

Bachelor of Science in Health Science, December 2012
The College at Brockport, State University of New York, Brockport, NY

EMPLOYMENT:
Long-Term Special Education Teacher, Monroe 2 BOCES, Greece Alcott Facility, Grade 5
3/24/14- 4/21/14
Provided students with specific accommodations and modifications for whole and small
group instruction, incorporated manipulatives, visuals, real life scenarios, and hands on
learning within all lessons
Used Summative and Formative Assessments to monitor and evaluate students progress
in meeting their IEP goals
Strengthened self-discipline and created optimal learning environment by setting fair
consistent limits combined with positive support
Implemented class-wide behavior management methods that emphasized praise, rewards,
and positive reinforcements
Substitute Teacher, Pittsford Central School District March 2013-Present
Substitute Teacher, West Irondequoit Central School District March 2013-Present
Substitute Special Education Teacher, Monroe 1 BOCES December 2013-Present
Substitute Teacher, Greece Central School District November 2013-Present
Substitute Teacher, Gates Chili Central School District November 2013
Summer School Student Behavior Assistant, Gates Chili Central Summer 2013
Substitute Teacher, East Irondequoit Central School District January 2013-Present
Substitute Teacher, Le Roy Central School District January 2013- September 2013
Special Education Substitute Teacher, Monroe 2 BOCES January 2013-Present
Para Educator, East Irondequoit, Monroe 1 BOCES Summer 2012

STUDENT TEACHING: Fall 2012
East Irondequoit SD, Durand Eastman Intermediate, Irondequoit, NY, Special Education
12:1:1 Self Contained, Grades 3-5
Monitored students progress through assessments, skills checklists, and behavior logs
daily
Implemented ELA and Math state exam practice by creating lessons and graphic
organizers using Blooms taxonomy questioning to encourage higher-level thinking
Designed and implemented reading and math small group activity centers and group
activities for both slow and fast learners
Analyzed the results of Developmental Reading Assessments (DRA), administered and
evaluated Running Reading Records to select appropriate leveled text for Guided
Reading Instruction
Differentiated and modified lessons to support all students learning including Autism,
ADHD, Speech and Language and Other Health Impairment using visual aids, scripting,
repetition, sensory materials, small group, pre-teaching, re-teaching, review,
reinforcement, and modeling strategies.
Attended several professional development meetings and devised ELA and Math
strategies that aligned with the Common Core New York State testing

Rochester City SD, School #57, Rochester, NY, Grade 1 Fall 2012
Implemented ELA instruction using the Common Core Curriculum
Incorporated assisted technology such as the SMART board, Ipads, and computers to
integrate areas such as math and language arts while introducing basic computer skills
Participated in Parent-teacher conferences, grade level meetings, faculty meetings,
district-wide and RTA meetings that focused on APPR, RTI, SLOs, assessment, and the
implementation of common core standards

RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Tutor, Greece Central School District, Grade 1 Student 5/16/14-Present
Prepared weekly lesson plans for a student with autism
Differentiated and modified instruction using the Common Core Standards
Communicated with parents to update them on student progress and behavior
development
Strategic Measurement and Evaluation 4/17/14-5/22/14
Scoring and reporting of assessments for NYS ELA and Math, Grades 3-8
Nanny, Pittsford, NY September 2013-Present
Monitored a nonverbal child with Autism
Incorporated several sensory activities as well as communicating using nonverbal cues

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
Child Abuse Detection Training Spring 2012
School Violence Protection Training Spring 2012
Autism Training Fall 2011
The Fourth Annual Hunter Institute on Young Children Conference Fall 2011
Diversity and Literacy Conference Spring 2011

ACTIVITIES/AWARDS:
Member, Health Science Club, The College at Brockport Fall 2011
Member, Soccer participant, The College at Brockport Fall 2008-Fall 2011