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Philip R W Gray

191 Ravine Road, Norton, N.B.


(506) 227-5955
philip.gray@nbed.nb.ca

Objective
I want to inspire my students to be learning about themselves, the world, and their place in the world.

Education
B.Ed. (Elementary Education)
Crandall University, Moncton, NB
September 2016 – December 2017
Includes coursework in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Music, Visual Arts, and Physical
Education.

B.A. History
Crandall University, Moncton, NB
September 2012 – May 2017
General Studies in American, European, and First Nations History.

High School Diploma


Belleisle Regional High School, Springfield, NB
September 2008 – June 2012
Graduated as valedictorian of my class.

Experience
Anglophone South School District – Supply Teacher
December 2017 – Present
Supply teach for a variety of individuals in numerous schools in Anglophone South School District. Experience in Supply
Teaching from K-12.

Belleisle Elementary School – Student Teacher


Belleisle Elementary School, Springfield, NB
September 2017 – December 2017
15-week Teaching Internship completed in a 4th grade classroom under the supervision of Marlise Kilpatrick-
Widdershoven. Responsible for providing instruction based on New Brunswick Curriculum, writing lesson plans, grading,
collaborating with other professionals, and supervision of students.

Crosswinds House – Casual Staff


Crosswinds Occupational Activity Centre, Sussex, NB
August 2017 – Present
Provide in-house care for those with disabilities. Some of my duties involved caring for clients through feeding, cleaning,
assistance with hygiene, administering medication, organizing and implementing client schedules, and teaching clients life
skills.
Crosswinds – Summer Student
Crosswinds Occupational Activity Centre, Sussex, NB
May 2017 – August 2017
Provide care for those with disabilities through daily programing. My primary role was teaching clients with disabilities a
variety of life skills, such as cooking, cleaning, reading, involvement in their community, physical exercise, and proper
social interaction.

Youth and Children’s Worker


Midland Baptist Church, Midland, NB
June 2013 – August 2015 (During Summer Months)
Develop and implement programing and instruction for children and youth in the community. Responsibilities included
teaching youth and children, preparing and running programs, organizing camps, organizing missions trips, and organizing
service projects.

Resident Assistant
Crandall University, Moncton, NB
August 2013 – April 2015
Responsible for overseeing part of Crandall’s residence through promoting community amongst residents, resolving
conflicts amongst residents, ensuring the safety of residents, and upholding Crandall’s community standards and rules.

Children’s Worker
Atlantic Community Church, Apohaqui, NB
June 2012 – August 2012
Develop and implement programing and instruction for children in the community through lessons, preparing and running
camps and services, and providing lessons for other leaders.

Skills
Computer Skills – Proficient in Microsoft office, Smart Notebook, iOS, Apple, and a variety of other tools in a classroom
setting.
Communication Skills – Ability to communicate clearly both orally and in written form.
Teaching Skills – Willingness to instruct in a variety of settings. Ability to differentiate instruction for all students.

Certifications
New Brunswick Teachers Certification (Level 5), January 2018, Province of New Brunswick
Youth Leadership Certificate, May 2016, Crandall University
Multicultural Association of Greater Moncton Area, November 2016, Crandall University
Project Wet, November 2016, Tantramar Wetlands Centre
Classroom Organizational and Management Program, December 2016, Crandall University
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, January 2017, CPI
Standard First Aid, February 2017, Red Cross
Human Growth and Development Training, February 2017, Crandall University
First Responder, March 2017, Red Cross

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191 Ravine Road, Norton, N.B. – (506) 227-5955 – philip.gray@nbed.nb.ca
Wilderness First Aid, March 2017, Red Cross

Volunteer Work
Greater Fundy Ground Search and Rescue
June 2015 – Present
Elementary Literacy Friends
January 2017 – April 2017

References
Carol Trainor
Belleisle Elementary School
1775 Route 124, Springfield, NB, E5T 2J9
Work: (506) 485-3025 Home: (506) 634-7950
e-mail: carol.trainor@nbed.nb.ca
Host principal during my 15-week teaching internship.

Marlise Kilpatrick-Widdershoven
Belleisle Elementary School
1775 Route 124, Springfield, NB, E5T 2J9
Work: (506) 485-3025 Cell: (506) 645-8196
e-mail: marlise.widdershoven@nbed.nb.ca
Host teacher during my 15-week teaching internship.

Andrew Hopper
Crandall University Education Program Director
333 Gorge Rd, Moncton, NB, E1G 3H9
Work: (506) 858-8970
e-mail: Andrew.hopper@crandallu.ca
Professor while at Crandall University.

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191 Ravine Road, Norton, N.B. – (506) 227-5955 – philip.gray@nbed.nb.ca