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Kelsey

Stuckey
15424 Featherchase Drive Chesterfield, Virginia 23832
(804) 714-7954 kelseyleah93@gmail.com


CERTIFICATION

State of Virginia Teaching License pending May 2015


Early and Elementary Education K5

EDUCATION

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

MASTERS OF TEACHING, CONCENTRATION IN EARLY AND ELEMENTARY EDUCATION JANUARY 2014-MAY 2015

School of Education Alumni Council Scholarship 2014


Practicum Experiences
- Kindergarten Language Arts
- Second and Third Grade Math, Science and Social Studies
- Second Grade Tutoring in Reading & Writing Instruction
VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

LIBERAL STUDIES FOR EARLY AND ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

AUGUST 2010- DECEMBER 2013

Historian, Student Virginia Education Association December 2013 May 2015


Deans list 2010- 2013
Rotaract Service Club
Service Learning with toddlers at VCU Child Development Center Oct. 2011

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

STUDENT TEACHER, KINDERGARTEN & THIRD GRADE


WESTOVER HILLS & ELIZABETH REDD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

JANUARY 2015-MAY 2015

Write and implement creative lessons plans for Science, Social Studies, Math, Guided Reading, Shared
Reading and Word Study instruction using various modalities in order to reach students with different
learning styles.
Reflect after each lesson plan on its strengths, student response to the lesson, and the ways the lesson could
improve.
Design and assign formative and summative assessments to evaluate student learning and utilize results to
plan
for instruction.
Foster cooperative learning, encourage student engagement and maximize student performance through
use of Stephen Coveys The Leader in Me.
Administer mid-year Phonological Awareness Literary Screening (PALS) in Third Grade and used results to
plan for instruction.
ASSISTANT TEACHER, VCU Child Development Center RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
DECEMBER 2011-MARCH 2014
Plan and implement lessons and art projects with co-teacher, initiate and carry out positive reinforcement
classroom management system, and communicate daily with parents of students.

Assist in the cognitive, social and emotional development of pre-school age children.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Words Their Way Workshop February 2015
Project Learning Tree Workshop for Educators April 2014
Student Virginia Education Association Convention April 2014
Workshops attended: Professionalism, Diverse Student Assessments, & Educators Toolbox
ITeach Technology Workshop April 2014
Dealing with Difficult Behaviors Workshop March 2014
Ag in the Classroom 2014
Cultural Identity Workshop September 2014
Richmond Area Reading Council Conference November 2012