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Meleny Weber

18720 Tanterra Way


Brookeville, MD 20833
EDUCATION
University of Maryland, College Park
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, pending May 2016
*Semester Academic Honors

melenyweber@gmail.com
(301) 602-3875

College Park, MD
GPA: 3.6/ 4.0
Fall 2013- 2015

College Park Scholars


Fall 2012-Spring 2014
Life Sciences Program at the University of Maryland (UM)
Analyzed contemporary problems by synthesizing knowledge from various disciplines and perspectives.
Mentored incoming freshman students to support their academic and social transition into university
life.
Maryland Professional Development School Network Conference
Selected to present action research findings to peers and PDS coordinators.

April 2016

STUDENT TEACHING AND FIELD EXPERIENCE


Seven Oaks Elementary School, Odenton, MD
August 2015-Present
Student teacher, first grade, 22 students
Collaborated with other educators, school faculty, and specialists to plan instruction designed with the
aim of encouraging excellence for every student in language arts and mathematics.
Planned interactive and hands-on daily and long-term instruction to meet the Common Core State
Standards.
Differentiated instruction for every student by observing and analyzing assessments in order to identify
each individuals strengths and weaknesses.
Implemented a successful Student Impact Project that supported the school Student Learning Objective
and increased the F&P levels of the target group.
Participated in national, county, and school-wide professional development to design curriculum content
with a focus in fostering social-emotional development of students.
Integrated arts into planned instruction and scheduled monthly STEAM (science, technology,
engineering, arts, and math) lessons.
Incorporated the use of technology in the classroom to facilitate center rotations, enforce classroom
management, and enrich student understanding of complex concepts.
TEACHING-RELATED EXPERIENCE
AccessAbility MedCare LLC, Rockville, MD
June 2014-August 2015
Technician for students with special needs
Designed specific objectives with attainable goals for teaching independent living skills (food
preparation, cleaning) to students.
Utilized individual treatment plans to instruct students how to behave in the community and at home.
Worked with autism specialists, physicians, speech pathologists, and school psychologists to certify that
each special needs student was receiving superior education and sufficient attention.
Attended professional development training sessions including Positive Behavior Management and Safe
Restraints.
ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE
Camp Innoworks, College Park, MD
Mentor/ Counselor, 40 Middle school students
August 2013
Designed instruction to ensure students developed a concrete understanding of STEM concepts.
Developed active lessons and experiments to showcase the many facets of STEM.

Encouraged students to stay in school and pursue a career in a STEM-field.