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Location:
Madison, Alabama, United States
Salary:
30000/year
Posted:
January 18, 2018

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Stephanie L. League

*** ****** *****

Madison, AL 35758

256-***-****

ac33bu@r.postjobfree.com

CAREER

OBJECTIVE:

To obtain a fulfilling and meaningful position that will enhance and increase my 10 years of experience in the Education field. To be a mentor to young girls in order to enhance their confidence in their mathematical abilities. To help all students develop a love for math by showing them how fun math can be through hands-on projects based on real world experiences developed from my 7 years of experience as an engineer. EDUCATION: MS in Secondary Education – Mathematics – University of Phoenix – Graduated May 2008 – GPA 3.8

BS in Chemical/Materials Engineering The University of Alabama in Huntsville – Graduated May 1999 – GPA 3.2/4.0 (3.8/4.0 in major)

Minor in Mathematics - The University of Alabama in Huntsville – Graduated May 1999

Alabama Teaching Certificate – Secondary Education – Math – October 16, 2008

First Aid and CPR Certified

C programming certificate The University of Alabama in Huntsville

Member of ACTM (Alabama Council of Teachers of Mathematics) QUALIFIED BY: Diversified coursework and work experience in Education and Engineering research and observations.

Proven field and classroom abilities in problem solving, innovation, leadership, and teamwork.

Demonstrated classroom experience in teaching inquiry-based math courses – 9th – 12th Honors Geometry, Algebra 2/Trig, AP Calculus, and Algebra 3/Statistics.

Demonstrated classroom experience in teaching inquiry-based math courses – 6th – 8th Math and Pre-Algebra.

RELEVANT

COURSEWORK:

Maintaining an Effective Learning Climate – examined the strategies used in managing a positive classroom environment and developed an individual classroom management plan.

Secondary Student Teaching – introduced to the Teacher Work Sample to be created during student teaching and engaged in self-evaluation to develop professional growth plan. Also, obtained letters of character reference and wrote reflective paper on reasons for becoming a teacher.

Action Research – introduced to the various elements of an action research proposal including problem and purpose statements, writing style, literature review, research design, data collection, and data analysis.

Models Theories and Instructional Strategies – examined methods for teaching all students, explored lesson plan designs, analyzed the most effective teaching strategies to promote student learning, and developed a lesson plan. The Art and Science of Teaching – reflected on motivations to teach and began developing a personal philosophy of education.

Survey of Special Populations – ascertained techniques for the identification, assessment, and instruction of diverse populations and examined information related to special education law and current policies.

Instruction and Assessment of English Learners – learned about assessment of K-12 students, state standards, research-based instructional activities, and lesson planning and implementation models.

Child and Adolescent Development – defined the various stages as they impact instructional practice and decisions in a K-12 environment.

Curriculum Constructs and Assessment – focused on current research, theory, and methods of teaching reading at the secondary level and developed a practical application project based on work with a student.

Stephanie L. League

106 Steele Drive

Madison, AL 35758

256-***-****

ac33bu@r.postjobfree.com

EMPLOYMENT

EXPERIENCE:

9/20 – Present– Tanner High School

Math Teacher – High School

Lesson Plans developed lesson plans for 9th – 10th grade math classes.

Class Projects directed class projects relating math to other subjects such as reading

(math journals), science (period and wave length of an ocean wave), and history (great mathematicians).

Inquiry-based Teaching guided students to finding out the answers for themselves through class discussions and class projects.

Employee Relations developed a good relationship with teachers and administrators. November 2016 – June 2017– Holy Family School

Math Teacher – Middle School

Lesson Plans developed lesson plans for 6th – 8th grade math classes.

Class Projects directed class projects relating math to other subjects such as reading

(math journals), science (period and wave length of an ocean wave), and history (great mathematicians).

Inquiry-based Teaching guided students to finding out the answers for themselves through class discussions and class projects.

Employee Relations developed a good relationship with teachers and administrators. August 2016 – November 2016– Liberty Middle School – Madison City Schools Math and Science Teacher – Middle School

Lesson Plans developed lesson plans for 6th – 8th grade math classes.

Class Projects directed class projects relating math to other subjects such as reading

(math journals), science (period and wave length of an ocean wave), and history (great mathematicians).

Inquiry-based Teaching guided students to finding out the answers for themselves through class discussions and class projects.

Employee Relations developed a good relationship with teachers and administrators. August 2013 – May 2016 – Islamic Academy of Huntsville Lead Math Teacher – Middle School

Lead Math teacher mentor both teachers and students in both the elementary and middle school math programs. Develop math team skills and tutor students that are having difficulty in math.

Math Team Coordinator guide students in afternoon math team sessions and take students to Saturday math team competitions

Robotics Coordinator developed robotics program for students to learn how math can be applied to engineering applications

Lesson Plans developed lesson plans for 6th – 8th grade math classes.

Class Projects directed class projects relating math to other subjects such as reading

(math journals), science (period and wave length of an ocean wave), and history (great mathematicians).

Inquiry-based Teaching guided students to finding out the answers for themselves through class discussions and class projects.

Employee Relations developed a good relationship with teachers and administrators. January 2012 – May 2013– Academy of Science and Foreign Language Math Teacher – Middle School

Lesson Plans developed lesson plans for 6th – 8th grade math classes.

Class Projects directed class projects relating math to other subjects such as reading

(math journals), science (period and wave length of an ocean wave), and history (great mathematicians).

Inquiry-based Teaching guided students to finding out the answers for themselves through class discussions and class projects.

Employee Relations developed a good relationship with teachers and administrators. August 2011 – December 2011 – Madison City Schools Substitute and Tutor

Substitute helped teachers teach math lessons while they were unable to be at school.

Tutor helped previous students that moved on to high school with their math skills. August 2008 – May 2011 – St. John’s Catholic School Math Teacher – Middle School

Lesson Plans developed lesson plans for 6th – 8th grade math classes.

Class Projects directed class projects relating math to other subjects such as reading

(math journals), science (period and wave length of an ocean wave), and history (great mathematicians).

Inquiry-based Teaching guided students to finding out the answers for themselves through class discussions and class projects.

Employee Relations developed a good relationship with teachers and administrators.

Robotics Coordinator developed robotics program for students to learn how math can be applied to engineering applications

January 2008 – April 2008 – New Century Technology High School Math Student Teacher

Lesson Plans developed lesson plans for Honors Geometry, Honors Algebra 2, AP Calculus, and Algebra 3 with statistics.

Class Projects directed class projects such as Poe’s Pendulum for Algebra 3 and a quadrilateral project for Geometry.

Inquiry-based Teaching guided students to finding out the answers for themselves through class discussions and class projects.

Employee Relations developed a good relationship with teachers and administrators. June 1999 – May 2002 - RVSI Acuity CiMatrix

Project Engineer

Space Shuttle Project created materials project that flew on the space shuttle in 2001.

Research develop and maintain strong working relationship with NASA on important research opportunities.

Company Projects oversee technical aspect of projects for perspective clients and establish professional relationship with customers both during and after implementation of our products into their process.

Travel visit customer facilities to work with customer one-on-one to establish the best technical and business solution for their needs.

Laboratory test effects on various materials including properties, strength, and chemistry. Also are currently working with University of Tennessee Space Institute and NASA on material testing and how changes in material properties can effect safety.

Customer relations deal directly with customers on daily basis to establish an ongoing business relationship.

Patent developed method to cast a 2D code into metal by using a wax insert created using a Thermojet wax printer.

August 1997 - March 1999 - Norandal USA

Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering Co-op

Quality Control identified areas of control needing improvement and targeted problem areas that led to higher quality and lower production cost.

Y2K Compliance senior member of team that organized and executed year 2000 compliance.

Customer Service aided in expedition of orders to customers.

Employee Relations had opportunity of working with different types of professionals and learning about teamwork.

Production learned about safety and the day-to-day activities of a production facility.

ISO 9000 key role in implementation and documentation for ISO 9000 procedures. January 1997 - May 1997 - University of Alabama in Huntsville Chemistry Lab Technician

Prepared chemicals for labs.

Informed students about safety procedures.

Distributed instruments and chemicals to other labs. COMPUTER

SKILLS:

MS Office and Excel

Aspenplus

Ascend

Fortran and C programming

Maple

Mathcad

Matlab

Autocad

SUN UNIX operating system

Computerized process control

Stephanie L. League

106 Steele Drive

Madison, AL 35758

256-***-****

ac33bu@r.postjobfree.com

REFERENCES: Dr. Libby Parker – Principal at Holy Family School - 256-***-**** ac33bu@r.postjobfree.com

Sherry Lewis – Principal at St. John’s Catholic School - 256-***-**** - ac33bu@r.postjobfree.com

Sharon Reynolds – Vice Principal at Islamic Acacemy of Huntsville – 334-***-**** – ac33bu@r.postjobfree.com

Eva Gimmie – Teacher at Islamic Acacemy of Huntsville – 256-***-****

Darian Sloan – Math Teacher at St. John’s Catholic School - 256-***-**** - ac33bu@r.postjobfree.com

Dr. Tammy Summerville – Director of Instruction Huntsville city schools - ac33bu@r.postjobfree.com - 256-***-****

Katrina Bradford – Previous Classmates and Longtime Friend – (256) 777- 7778

Josie Rogers– Longtime friend and classmate – Substitute Teacher of Marshal County Schools-256-***-****

Susan Abel – Assistant Principal at St. John’s Catholic School – ac33bu@r.postjobfree.com



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