Emily Read Levine

13910 Vista Drive
Rockville, MD 20853
Home (301) 576-6109 | Mobile (301) 538-7798
emilyjread@gmail.com Twitter: @mdterps12
Electronic Portfolio: elevine.weebly.com

Certification Areas:
Early Childhood Education PreK – 3
Elementary Education 1 – 6 & Middle School
School Library Media K-12 (upon graduation)

EDUCATION
Master of Library Science
Specialization: School Library Media
University of Maryland, College Park College Park, MD
GPA: 3.94
Expected Date of Graduation: December 2014
Relevant Course Work:
 Literature and Materials for Children
 Literature and Materials for Young Adults
 Integrating Technology into Teaching and Learning
 Collaborative Instructional Design and Evaluation
 Storytelling Materials and Techniques

Bachelor of Science, Elementary Education
Area of Emphasis: Science
University of Maryland, College Park College Park, MD
GPA: 3.62
Date of Graduation: May 2005
Relevant Course Work:
 Twelve credits in Reading  Introduction to Special Education
Continuing Professional Development
Instruction of Reading July 2012
Mentoring for All: Strategies, Activities, and Assessment July 2012
Teaching Students with Special Needs June 2012
Assessment for Reading Instruction Spring 2010

EXPERIENCE
Howard County Public Schools
Wilde Lake Middle School Columbia, MD
Library Media Intern April – May 2014

 Collaboratively planning, teaching, and assessing a series of lessons with the
digital citizenship teacher about the positive aspects of social media.
o Integrating Google Apps for Education, Kidblog, and other technology
tools into lessons.
 Selecting, evaluating, and ordering items for the collection at Thomas
Viaduct, the new middle school.
 Creating displays to encourage student patronage in the media center.
 Assisting students with reader’s advisory and information needs.

Montgomery County Public Schools
Little Bennett Elementary School Clarksburg, MD
Library Media Intern February – March 2014
 Collaboratively planning and teaching lessons with a team of 7 Kindergarten
teachers.
 Teaching and providing assistance during lessons for students in grades K
through 5.
 Creating a display to excite students about Black-Eyed Susan books and the
program.
 Selecting and evaluating new items for the 5
th
grade unit on careers.
 Suggesting curriculum related materials to teachers and helping students
locate books.

Montgomery County Public Schools
Westover Elementary School Silver Spring, MD
Kindergarten Teacher August 2011 – June 2012
Second Grade Teacher August 2005 – August 2011
 Planning, delivery, and assessment of short and long-range lessons in all
subject areas.
 Collaborating and consulting with the media specialist, guidance
counselor, reading specialist, and fellow teachers to plan meaningful units
and foster student success.
 Integrating literature and technology into daily classroom lessons.
 Implementing Accelerated Reader as a motivational program for grade 2
students.
 Implementing effective classroom management through high
expectations.
 Providing regular communication to parents about academic and
behavioral student progress, as well as class events.

Grade 2 Chairperson: August 2006 – August 2011
 Organizing regular meetings to plan with my team, preparing motivating
and challenging lessons, setting grade level goals, gathering student data.

Leadership Team Member: August 2006 – August 2011
 Making decisions on school-wide issues.
 Gathering, analyzing, and presenting school-wide data to support the
School Improvement Plan.


Additional Memberships:
 Gifted and Talented Committee 2010 - 2012
 PTA 2005 – 2012
 NEA/MSTA/MCEA 2005 – present
 Reading Committee 2006 – 2010
 Math Walkthrough Team 2007 – 2008
 Social Committee 2005 – 2006

TRAININGS/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES
 HCPSS Media Specialist and Tech Teacher PD Day: April 2014
Implementing Rigorous Instruction
 Promethean Board Training January 2012
 6+1 Traits of Writing Workshops 2010-2011
 PDO class, MCPS AP-PR Transition August 2010
 Brief Constructed Response Workshop March 2010
 School Library Journal Leadership Summit, Washington, D.C. October 2009
 Diversity Training at Sherwood Elementary, MCPS October 2008
 Junior Great Books October 2008
 Good Math Questions January 2008
 Hands-on-Equations April 2008
 Baldrige School Improvement June 2007
 Small Group Reading Fall 2007
 Math Differentiation Fall 2007