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Amie G.

Fullett
8 West Chestnut, Apt. 26FChicago, Illinois 60610(248)-909-5588amiefullett@gmail.com

Certifications
Illinois Professional Educator License With Stipulations Expected Aug. 2017
Special Education Pre-K-21 Years Old, Learning Behavior Specialist 1 Endorsement
Michigan Elementary Provisional Certificate Current
Elementary Education License Grades K-5 All Subjects, K-8 Self-Contained
Learning Disabilities Endorsement Grades K-12, Language Arts Endorsement Grades K-8
Additional Certifications
Adult and Child Heartsaver First AID, CPR and AED-American Red Cross Feb. 2017-Feb. 2019
Education
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan; Chicago Public Schools-Chicago, Illinois
Teaching Certification Internship Program; Completed 12 graduate credits towards a Masters in Special Education Aug. 2016-May 2017
Bachelor of Arts with High Honors; Major: Special Education-Learning Disabilities, Teaching Major: Language Arts May 2016
Deans List; Member of Honors College
Experience
William H. Ray Elementary School, Chicago Public Schools-Chicago, Illinois Jan. 2017-May 2017
Diverse Learners Resource Classroom Student Teacher: 4th-6th Grade
Instructed and modified lessons to ten students with mild-moderate specific learning and cognitive disabilities, fostering a whole group and
specialized learning community
Designed and implemented a cross content reading and writing inquiry unit that guided students in creating an expository piece of writing
Analyzed student data from IEPs and Fountas and Pinnell reading levels to lead instruction using Orton Gillingham and Everyday Mathematics,
increasing individual student scores on formative and summative assessments
Collaborated with staff members during IEP and Instructional Leadership Team meetings to increase engagement and productivity regarding
student progression towards IEP goals and accessing the general education curriculum in the least restrictive environment
General Education Classroom Student Teacher: 1st Grade Sept. 2016-Dec. 2016
Devised and implemented unit and lesson plans in all four core subject areas using Everyday Mathematics and Foss Science, raising students
informal assessment scores
Employed behavior management techniques involving MTSS, leading to individual behavior changes and widespread whole group accountability
Differentiated small group instruction in literacy, based off of Text Reading Comprehension (TRC) progress monitoring conducted at the
beginning and middle of the year
Facilitated small and whole group math instruction, increasing understanding and achievement using technology and appropriate manipulatives
Conducted educational and dynamic assessments using AIMSweb, Basic Reading Inventory and Kaufman Test for Educational Achievement to
measure the literacy progress of a student in the general education setting
Henry H. North Elementary School, Lansing School District- Lansing, Michigan Sept. 2015-May 2016
Pre-Service Teacher: 1st Grade
Evaluated and modified curriculum materials to meet the diverse needs of 18 English Learner students using the SIOP lesson plan model,
guiding the students to read and write grade level content by the end of the school year
Implemented technology applications including ST Math, IXL, Reading A to Z and Kahoot in helping students acquire technology integrated skills
through images, sound and text
Created a Functional Behavioral Assessment and executed a Behavior Intervention Plan for an individual student, increasing the replacement
behavior by 50% throughout the duration of the intervention
Shaarey Zedek School, East Lansing, Michigan Aug. 2014-May 2016
Religious School Teaching Assistant
Taught the daily Hebrew and Judaic lesson plans to one student with Cerebral Palsy twice a week, while working on the individuals cognitive
ability to read, write and speak both Hebrew and English
Planned appropriate lesson modifications in Hebrew and English, integrating assistive technology into each lesson
Paul Robeson Academy, Detroit Public Schools-Detroit, Michigan June 2015-July 2015
Teaching Intern: Urban Immersion Fellowship Program
Created and applied lesson plans to a second grade general education classroom
Worked one on one with students of different learning levels five days a week for four hours each day
Yad Hamoreh School, Jerusalem, Israel June 2014-Aug. 2014
Teaching Intern
Taught and assisted daily lesson plans to ten diverse learner students
Collaborated with the general education faculty in helping to mainstream students for greater than 50% of the school day
Additional Experience
Attended Next Generation Science Standard Professional Development, Jan. 2017
Member of Kappa Delta Pi National Honors Society in Education, East Lansing, Michigan, May 2014-May 2016
Read to Succeed Tutor-Capital Area Literacy Coalition, Lansing, Michigan, Sept.-Dec. 2012, Jan.-May 2015
Before and After School Childcare Aide, City of East Lansing, Sept. 2014-May 2015