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Emily Frye

1686 S Tulip St, Escondido, California 92025


E-mail: emilyfrye3639@gmail.com Phone: (760) 214-6660

Experience
Olivenhain Pioneer Elementary School
August 2015-June 2016
Science Consultant
Kindergarten-third grade science teacher
Next Generation Science Standards curriculum development
Lessons followed the 5E model (Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, Evaluate)
Hands-on, inquiry-based learning approach
Collaborated with k-3 teachers, parents, and community members on a weekly basis
Lead of compost/vermicompost program/garden club
Adams Elementary School
September 2014- June 2015
Student Teacher
4th grade inclusion class
Worked one-on-one with students and groups in all subjects
Worked closely with English Language Learners and students with diverse needs
Created lesson plans and delivered lessons
Worked closely with Colleagues and communicated with parents
Implemented differentiated instruction
Sewell Elementary School
Student Teacher

4th grade mainstream class


Worked one-on-one with students and groups in all subjects.
Wrote lesson plans and delivered lessons in every subject.
Learned about preparation for lessons and how to teach diverse students.
Worked closely with Colleagues and communicated with parents
Learned that plans can change with little to no warning, and to always have a back-up plan.

Swim Instructor
Self Employed

August 2013- May 2014

May 2008 - 2014

Taught water safety and swim strokes to children


Gained organization and time management skills by scheduling/conducting my own lessons
and working directly with my swimmers and their families
Worked with children ages 2-13, which taught me how to connect with children of different
ages
Learned first hand how a broad range of teaching strategies benefit children's learning

Arizona School for the Deaf & Blind


Volunteer

October 2010- 2014

Worked with visually and hearing impaired children during literacy activities, carnival
events, and technology demonstrations.
Learned to work with disabled children, which tested my patience and made me into a more
tolerant person.
Enhanced my desire to help students and work with them to overcome obstacles and work
through their challenges.

Education
University of Southern California
May 2014- June 2015
MAT Multiple Subjects
Masters in the Arts of Teaching
4.0 cumulative GPA
Participated in a dynamic virtual campus incorporating 21st century technology skills
Collaborative learning environment with international and domestic educators
Focused on diversity and students in urban schooling
Developed critical reflection and research skills as well as learning pedagogy to best meet the
needs of students
The virtual campus has provided me not only with innovative technological resources, but also
with a peer network consisting of different people with different perspectives from around the
world. From this experience, I have learned about diverse populations and strategies to connect to
individuals different than myself.
University of Arizona
Elementary Education

August 2010- May 2014

Bachelor of Arts in Education


3.907 cumulative GPA
Graduated with Summa Cum Laude
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Golden Key International Honour Society
Beyond Bridging: A federally funded teacher preparation program focused on mathematics
and science in low-income areas with diverse students.
Delta Gamma Fraternity
My academic success and involvement on campus has taught me that dedication and
persistence pays off. I learned that I am capable of achieving my goals in life through
dedication and persistence.

Skills

Repertoire of teaching strategies


Experience with Common Core Standards and Next Generation Science Standards
Experience with curriculum development and implementation of lessons
Ability to connect with children with varying abilities
Experience with children of different age groups
Broad knowledge base
Ability to form authentic relationships