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Lauren Noye

2434 Chetwood Circle

Apt 103

Timonium, MD


(810) 623-2306


To obtain a long-term career as a passionate educator with a strong dedication to the development of each
individual students educational needs.

Educational Background

Cleary University Howell, Michigan

Associates in Business Administration
Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti, Michigan
Degree Obtained: April 26, 2015
Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts in Language Arts
Cumulative GPA: 3.70
Liberal Arts Elementary Major GPA: 3.73
Language Arts Group Major GPA: 3.54

Education Experience

Kindergarten Teacher, Mirror Lakes Elementary School; Lehigh Acres, Florida

2015-2016 School Year, Title 1 School
Responsible for submitting weekly lesson plans to administration.
Collaborated with other kindergarten teachers to discuss ways to extend and enhance curriculum lessons
on a daily basis.
Used a school-wide behavior management system.
Modified and taught lessons from the Reading Street Curriculum which included: concept readers, sight
words, phonics, and phonemic awareness skills.
Modified and taught from the GoMath Curriculum on a daily basis.

Lead Pre-Kindergarten Teacher, Learning Tree; Howell, Michigan 2015

Implement and execute original lesson plans.
Create and implement behavior management strategies.
Used the Zoo-phonics curriculum to teach letter recognition, as well as Handwriting Without Tears.
High Scope Curriculum

Substitute Teacher, PESG; Pinckney, Michigan 2010-2015

Individually manage and teach in general education classrooms (K-12).
Execute lesson plans in an informative and educational way.
Ability to create and improvise lesson plans with flexibility
Student Teaching, Country Elementary; Pinckney, Michigan January 5, 2015-April 17, 2015
Modified and taught lessons from the Houghton-Mifflin literacy curriculum, Houghton-Mifflin Everyday
Math, taught a two week lesson from Tony Stead on nonfiction writing, and incorporated 1st grade
science and social studies GLCEs
Created an original unit that was implemented and taught personally with the integration of technology and
hands-on interaction. The unit was presented over a three week time frame. This unit also included a pre
and post assessment, where the data was aligned with the Common Core State Standards.
Independently led a first grade classroom for seven weeks.
Responsible for preparation of daily lessons in all subject areas and executing the lessons.
Attended staff meetings, professional development in-services, and IEP meetings to increase
understanding of educational issues.
Collaborated with other first grade teachers to discuss ways to extend and enhance curriculum lessons on
a daily basis.

Lead Teacher, IXL Learning Center; Howell, Michigan 2013-2014

Create and execute lesson plans for grades Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade.
Led groups of students in an educational, yet fun arrangement based on the centers curriculum.
Create and implement behavior management strategies.
Responsible for students on weekly field trips.
Used the Zoo-phonics curriculum to teach letter recognition, as well as Handwriting Without Tears.

MTTC Basic Skills: Pass
MTTC Elementary Education: Pass
Adult and Child CPR/AED & First Aid
State of Michigan Provisional Teaching Certificate (K-5)
State of Florida Professional Educators Certificate (K-6)


Deans List at Cleary University 2007-2009

Deans List at Lansing Community College 2009-2011
Deans List at Eastern Michigan University 2012-2015
Magna Cum Laude Honors at Eastern Michigan University

Technology/Special Skills

Proficient in use of a Smart Board, iOS operating systems, Microsoft Office, and interactive web based


Lynn Hoseney, 1st Grade Teacher at Country Elementary, Cooperating teacher for student teaching
(734) 417- 2209
Dolores McFadden, Academic Adviser at Eastern Michigan University
(810) 955-9425
Paulette Turner, Classroom Paraprofessional at Country Elementary
(734) 276-0609