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KAYLA BRUGGEMAN 9311 Leafy Hollow Ct. Dayton, OH 45458 (937) 751.

0559 CAREER OBJECTIVE EDUCATION A math and/or science middle school teaching position, preferably in grades 4-8. Interested in opportunities to coach and/or supervise extracurricular activities. MIAMI UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Ohio Bachelor of Science in Education, December 2013 Ohio Licensure: Middle Childhood Education 4-9 Major: Middle Childhood Math and Science Overall GPA: 3.86/4.00 Miami University Honors Program, 2010-2013 Sarah Greenholz Memorial Scholarship recipient (Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics) Choose Ohio First Scholarship recipient Presidents List, 1 semester; Deans List, 5 semesters LONG-TERM SUBSTITUTE TEACHER, Mason Middle School, Mason, OH Grade 7, Math, January-May 2014 Taught 3 classes of 7th grade curriculum and one honors course of Introduction to Algebra Communicated and collaborated with parents and guardians on a regular basis Conducted parent teacher conferences Worked with colleagues to create and develop units for both the 7th grade and honors curriculum Administered standardized tests (OAA and MAP testing) Mentored a student by participating in social activities with him Provided home instruction for a student post-surgery Assistant middle school track coach STUDENT TEACHER, Mason Middle School, Mason, OH Grade 7, Science, August-October 2013; Grade 7, Math, October-December 2013 Upheld responsibilities of a classroom teacher while teaching four 7th grade science classes Taught three courses of 7th grade math and one honors course of Introduction to Algebra Collaborated with the science department to develop an inquiry-based science curriculum and created assessments to effectively evaluate student performance Created an inquiry-based lesson about separating mixtures and connected it to the environment where students devised a plan to separate an oil spill Incorporated technology and created a real-life shopping experience for students to practice calculating tax, tip, gratuity, commission and markup using QR code scanners Supported students inside and outside of the classroom by attending extracurricular events FIELD EXPERIENCES, Middletown Middle School, Middletown, OH Grade 8, Math and Science, Fall 2012 Implemented self-created inquiry lessons where students explored surface area and volume of cylinders using manipulatives Tutored students during lunch FIELD EXPERIENCES, Princeton Community Middle School, Cincinnati, OH Grade 6, Math, Fall 2011 Co-taught and collaborated on weekly lessons Created and maintained classroom bulletin boards Learned and incorporated Smart Board technology RELATED EXPERIENCE LITERACY TUTOR, Summer 2012 Tested students reading comprehension from Words Their Way Created individualized lessons to develop reading comprehension skills Administered a spelling inventory to build on throughout the summer PEER FACILITATOR, Fall 2011 Facilitated a discussion-based course with 19 Miami freshmen detailing the honors program Discussed topics centered around power, privilege and diversity Created individual lesson plans and attended weekly meetings to outline the course instruction



KAYLA BRUGGEMAN WORK EXPERIENCE PRIVATE TUTOR, March 2014-present Work one-on-one with 7th grade students to enhance their understanding of the math curriculum SUMMER NANNY, June 2006-present Responsible for meeting the childrens physical and emotional needs Design social and educational activities Manage and set schedules, encourage a healthy lifestyle and a positive attitude Assist with summer homework and help build a strong work ethic PIER ONE IMPORTS SALES ASSOCIATE, June 2013-present Communicate with and assist customers Support other associates and managers CENTERVILLE UNITED SOCCER ASSOCIATION REFEREE, Spring 2005-present Mentor soccer players ranging in age from 5-17 Advocate for sportsmanship amongst players and teams while explaining the rules of the game RESIDENT ASSISTANT, Stoddard and Elliott Hall, Fall 2012-Spring 2013 Created a positive living environment for 79 ethnically and culturally diverse college students Developed sense of community in hall through educational opportunities, social events, and other activities Co-taught a discussion-based leadership course twice a week challenging students to develop their leadership abilities BORDERLINE VOLLEYBALL CLUB ASSISTANT COACH, Winter 2010-Spring 2012 Worked with 7th and 8th grade girls to further their volleyball skills Planned practices, taught players to compromise and work with others while communicating and expressing themselves effectively CAMPUS ACTIVITIES SCHOLAR LEADER Fall 2011-Spring 2013 Implemented a program to partner with first-year students to assist with their transition to Miami Conducted interviews for future groups of Scholar Leaders MUCTM (Miami University Council of Teachers of Mathematics) Vice president: Fall 2011-Fall 2013 Member: Fall 2010-Fall 2013 Contacted professionals in the field of mathematics education to speak to our organization Attended meetings to expand my knowledge in mathematics education HONORS AND SCHOLARS ADVISORY BOARD, December 2010-Spring 2013 Spearheaded annual tailgates for honors alumni and current students Served at a local food pantry during Make a Difference Day Communicated between honors students and the honors program staff MIAMI UNIVERSITY STUDENT AMBASSADOR, Fall 2010-Spring 2012 Greeted and communicated with prospective students and their families during their college visit Served as a representative of the Miami student body in conjunction with the Office of Admissions PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LONG DIVISION RESEARCH, Spring 2012 In conjunction with Choose Ohio First, investigated how middle school students conceptually solve long-division problems Identified common errors that occur in the division process Recognized the importance of teaching math conceptually WORKSHOPS Student Learning Objectives (SLO) Common Core Curriculum Development COACHING CERTIFICATIONS Completed NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching, the Ohio State Component, Concussion in Sports, CPR, Stewards of Training and Pupil Activity Permit