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Maryellen Tissandier

204 Thistle Court Maple Hill, NC 28454 Phone: 757-348-0235 E-Mail:

Elementary Teacher, Department of Defense Education Activity, DODEA


2014-2015 Camp Lejeune District Teacher of the Year

2013-Present, 4 Grade Teacher, Tarawa Terrace Elementary School

4 Grade Teacher Representative


Technology Committee Member

Data Analysis Committee Member
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) Coordinator
Work with students after school one day a week in a STEAM club
Coordinate monthly school wide activities
Coordinate STEAM week in April
Work with community members to promote STEAM activities and presentations in the school
Member on the District Digital Learning Committee to plan and develop a district wide technology plan
2011-2013, 3 and 4 Grade Teacher, Heroes Elementary School


2012-2013, 3 Grade Teacher


2011-2012, 4 Grade Teacher


Technology committee member

2010-2011, 4 Grade Teacher, Tarawa Terrace Elementary School

At the end of the school year, 3 -5 grade classes were moved to Heroes Elementary due to a natural disaster for two years.


Teacher Assistant, Onslow County School District


Worked at Carolina Forest Elementary working daily with five first grade teachers, developing and initiating lessons to tutor 20-26
first grade students on a daily basis. Developed guided reading lessons and math lessons to correlate with the teachers daily lesson.
Worked daily with fifth grade students who required extra tutoring for an hour a day. Received training and experience
administering and proctoring the EOG for 3 , 4 , and 5 grade.



Worked daily with an Exceptional Children Teacher at Blue Creek Elementary and Stateside Elementary. Assisted teacher with
daily lesson plans and routines to insure maximum potential for students. In the classroom there were six low-functioning children
who were diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Assisted teacher with any paperwork or daily activities to meet the students
IEP goals.
CPI certified, CPR certified.

Program Assistant, MCAS New River Child Development Center


Developed lesson plans and worked daily with children between the ages of six weeks to five years old.
Training included CPR, First Aid, Child Abuse, Safety, Creative Curriculum, Special Needs Module, Anti-Terrorism, Promoting
Good Health and Nutrition.
Attended monthly staff meetings, and collaborated daily with other teachers in the classroom.

Liberty University, Virginia


Currently pursuing a Master of Education in Teaching and Learning: Educational Technology and Online Learning.

Western Governors University


Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies K-6

Various professional development to include: Google Apps for Education, Smart Board, Graphic Organizers, Continuous School
Improvement, Special Education, Smart Technology, Autism Spectrum Disorder Training, Common Core, Differentiated
Instruction, STEAM Integration, Blogging, LittleBits, and Lego Robotics