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P.O.

Box 85 Yellow Grass, SK S0G 5J0


Phone: (306) 861-9797
Email: colton.neithercut@outlook.com

Colton
Neithercut__________________________________
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OBJECTIVE
Bachelor of Education (Secondary) graduate seeking a full-time teaching opportunity
with a preference for Grade 7 to Grade 12.

EDUCATION
2010 Present

Scholarships & Awards:


2012, 2011
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Bachelor of Education (Secondary)


Major: Physics, Minor: Math
University of Regina, Regina, SK
Completion April 2014
Overall WPA of 85.6%
Deans List: Education Faculty
General Proficiency Scholarships

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
2014
2014
2013
2013
2013
2013
2012

Facilitated a Civic Science Workshop for RPIRGs Apathy into Action Conference
WHMIS Training and Certification
Respect in Sport Training and Certification
South East Cornerstone School Division Professional Development Inquiry in Math
NSTA National Conference
Office of the Treaty Commissioner Teaching Treaties in the Classroom Workshop
OHS Standard First Aid, CPR-C, AED Certification, St. John Ambulance

SKILLS AND ABILITIES


Teaching/Instructing Skills
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highly organized and demonstrate strong planning skills


effectively create and execute long-term and short-term plans which correspond to curriculum
able to adjust lessons using pacing, vocabulary, delivery and evaluation to address student needs
able to build positive relationships with students, staff, and parents by communicating effectively
use a variety of instructional strategies including questioning, hands-on activities, demonstrations, student
collaboration, forms of inquiry based learning, and direct instruction
focus on creating a classroom atmosphere where students are comfortable being part of discussions
clearly state classroom expectations and develop routines and policies for student success
use a variety of formative and summative assessments to aid and monitor student achievement
have experience coaching football and participating in volleyball, badminton, and track & field

Technological Skills

effectively use a variety of technological and computer programs including: Microsoft Office (Word,
Excel, PowerPoint), Teacher Logic (TLXE), Blogging, SMART Technologies, Internet Simulations, Adobe
(Premiere Elements, Connect), Google Documents, Venier Probeware, and Logger Pro.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Internship:

September December, 2013

School:

Weyburn Comprehensive School, Weyburn, SK

Supervising Teacher:

Ms. Karen Kennedy-Allin

Assignment:

Taught Physics 30, Foundations Math 30, Workplace Math 20, Science 10, Tutorial.
Also taught Science 9, Math 9, Science 8, and Math 8 briefly at Weyburn Junior High.

Responsibilities:

- developed, taught, and evaluated in all classes that I taught at WCS


- participated in parent/teacher interviews with supervising teacher
- was responsible for lunch hour supervision
- coached on the high school football team
- ran a major project for two sections of Physics 30 involving the building of roller
coasters
- was responsible for inputting all assessments and grades into Teacher Logic
accounts for three separate classes

RELATED EXPERIENCE
May Sept./2013EYES Instructor
EYES Camp (Educating Youth in Engineering & Science)
Regina, SK
- planned, developed, and taught curricula involving hands-on science activities
- worked with fellow staff to promote and educate science and engineering
- responsible for setting up equipment for specific theme-based activities
- traveled to schools throughout southern Saskatchewan to promote the camp
2009 - 2012

Lifeguard & Water Safety Instructor


Weyburn Leisure Centre
Weyburn, SK
- taught swimming lessons to children aged 1-16
- planned unit plans and daily lesson plans to execute with my classes
- constantly communicating with patrons in a respectful and effective manner
- worked as a team with my fellow guards to create a safe environment

2012 2013

Weyburn Football Coach (Volunteer)


WCS Eagles, Weyburn Atom Ravens
Weyburn, SK
- coached offensive linemen with Atom Ravens aged 9-11 in 2012
- coached offensive and defensive linemen with WCS Eagles in 2013

2009 2012

Swim 4 All Instructor (Volunteer)


Swim 4 All Program
Weyburn, SK
- developed activities and swam with a developmentally disabled child aged 4-9

once a week every summer


Sept. Dec./2011Boys Movin On Up Facilitator (Volunteer)
Boys Movin On Up Program from the Heritage Community Association
Regina, SK
- planned and performed activities with a group of at-risk inner-city youth

REFERENCES
Ms. Karen Kennedy-Allin
Supervising Teacher
Weyburn Comprehensive School
Weyburn, SK
School Phone: (306) 842-7494
Personal Phone: (306) 861-9079
Mr. Ben Freitag
EYES Coordinator
EYES at the University of Regina
Regina, SK
Business Phone: (306) 585-5209
Personal Phone: (306) 530-7294

Mr. Darren Abel


Teacher/Head Football Coach
Weyburn Comprehensive School
Weyburn, SK
School Phone: (306) 842-7494
Personal Phone: (306) 861-9684