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katherine.koskie@gmail.

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KATHERINE KOSKIE
CERTIFICATION

Saskatchewan Teachers’ Certificate (Professional A), May 2014
Certified in Treaty Education Office of the Treaty Commissioner, October 2012

EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY OF REGINA; REGINA, SK
September 2009 – 2014
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Bachelor of Education (Secondary), Social Studies and English

YORKTON REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL; YORKTON, SK
September 2004 – June 2008
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TEACHING
EXPERIENCE

MELVILLE COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL; MELVILLE, SK – GOOD SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION
Fall 2013 (Internship) – Present (Full-time)
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PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT

Grade 12 Diploma -- Elected Vice President, Student of the Month, 2008

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Received funding to create a 21st century classroom, where students have access to 1-1 devices
Technology Lead Coach for 2015-16 in order to help staff members create blended learning environments
Creating entire courses using Moodle, a Learning Management System: Social Studies 20, ELA A30, B30
Taught, reflected, and modified instruction for the following classes: Social Studies 9, 10, 20; ELA 9, B10,
20, A30, B30, Creative Writing 20, Media Studies 20
Coach for Jr. Girls volleyball team, organizing games and acting as a mentor for the girls
Developed and implemented numerous Understanding by Design units, some of which are being used as
examples for the Good Spirit School Division
Collaborated with staff for creating UBD units, lesson planning, and committees focused on RtI, events
within the school, and anti-oppressive education
Advisor of the Student Representative Government
Facilitated credit recovery based on formative assessments in order to provide guidance and support for
students

Sessional leader for Treaty Education Camp at the University of Regina, November 7, 2015
iLit Good Spirit School Division Committee; collaborated with teachers and superintendents to implement
digital contemporary Canadian literature into classrooms across the division, 2014-present
“School-Based Technology Leadership Inservice,” Good Spirit School Division PD, 2015
“Developing Authentic Performance-Based Tasks,” Good Spirit School Division PD, 2015
Positive Space; attended training to further develop and foster an inclusive dialogue for people of all
sexual orientations and gender identities, 2013
Attended the following University of Regina workshops (selected): Idle No More, 2013; Aboriginal
Perspectives in the Classroom, 2013; Poverty and Health, 2012
Treaty Education; certified from the Office of the Treaty Commissioner, 2012
Campus for All; improved literacy and established a long-term friendship with Crystal, a young lady with
an intellectual disability, 2011
Girls on the Move; assisted in developing physical activity programs for young girls, 2009
National Child Day; volunteered as a seminar leader, emphasizing children as active participants in their
own lives and the community around them, 2008
Canadian National Leadership Conference; attended after being elected Vice President of the YRHS, 2008

PREVIOUS
EMPLOYMENT
AND INTERESTS

NATURE INTERPRETER; GREENWATER LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK, SUMMER 2013
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Created and implemented educational programs to children and adults with a focus on the natural
environment and aquatic invertebrate
Developed physical fitness program to encourage healthy living
Expert in boneless fish filleting; northern pike, walleye, and yellow perch

GLOBE THEATRE; REGINA SK, 2010-2013
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High-volume of customers requiring team collaboration
Responsible for training new employees

SPECIAL INTERESTS
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REFERENCES

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Guest singer for a rock n’ roll band; assisted in marketing via social media, posters
Musical theatre; The Wizard of Oz, 2007. Yorkton Music Festival, 2004-2009
Volunteered at Folk Festival; 2012-2013
Travelling; Europe trip with the Yorkton Regional Jazz Band, 2006; Europe trip, 2008

AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST