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Assistant State University, Dance Teacher

Location:
Weehawken, New Jersey, United States
Posted:
August 14, 2018

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Garamh Kim

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Union City, NJ **087

Website: http://garam266.wixsite.com/garamhkim

Email: ac6oa2@r.postjobfree.com Mobile: 201-***-****

EDUCATION

• New Jersey K-12 Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing - CEAS (Code 1635)

• Completed full-time internship in elementary school

• Worked as Teaching Assistant of Dance Department o Instructed Ballet I (07:203:149:01), Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 o Assisted department events: prospective student visits, dance concerts, and program auditions

• Recipient of the “Department of Dance, Mason Gross School of the Arts, a Graduate Dance Education” Scholarship, 2015-2016

Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Major in Bachelor of Dance

Minor in Political Science & International Relations Mar.2009 – Aug.2013

• Performed in faculty and student choreographed pieces

• Developed strong theory background of dance aesthetics and philosophy of dance

• Gained broad perspective of the world issues especially in politics CERTIFICATIONS

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, USA Ed.M. in Dance Education with K-12 Certification

May. 2017 – Present

• New Jersey PK-12 Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing – Dance (Code 1635) Health and Safety Certifications 2015 – Present

• Sports Safety International: Cardiac Wise Pro for Coaches and for New Jersey Coaches Certified Movement Analyst (CMA)

Certification Program

Yearlong Program

Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies, Brooklyn, NY Sept.2017 – May.2018

Masters of Education in Dance Education (Ed.M.)

PK-12 Teacher Certification

Dance Education Program

Graduate School of Education

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Sept. 2015 – May.

2017

• Sports Safety International: Concussion Wise for Dance Instructors and for Dancers

• Sports Safety International: Heat Wise

• NJPSAFEA HIB Prevention: Bullying 101 for Educators and New Jersey's Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Royal Academy of Dance, Wellington, New Zealand

RAD Certificates

May. Sept. 2004 –

Present

• Earned Intermediate Vocational Graded Examination in Dance (May. 2004)

• Earned Advanced Vocational Graded Examination in Dance (July. 2004)

• Earned Graded Examination in Dance (Grade Six). (Sept. 2004)

• Earned Level 3 Vocational Graded Examination in Dance (Sept. 2004) TEACHING EXPERIENCE

UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ Instructor– Ballet I (07:203:149:01)

Sept.2015 – May. 2016

• Developed syllabus and overall course structure for approximately thirty students.

• Created online course content, posted assignments, and managed communication via eCollege platform.

• Designed diagnostic, formative and summative assessments and assigned grades.

• Instructed basic ballet techniques including Vaganova, Cecchetti, ABT styles and basic techniques for choreograph.

• Average of 4.8/5 for Rutgers University Student Instructional Rating. K-12 TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Red Bank Regional High School

Little Silver, NJ

Guest Artist

April 2017

• Choreographed a dance for a school dance showcase o Based on the essence of Korean Dance

Pine Grove Manor, Elizabeth Avenue, Conerly Road Elementary Schools Franklin Township, NJ

Student Teaching Internship

Fall 2016

• Cooperating Teacher: Mrs. Michele Stevens

• Internship Observation and Evaluation

o By Rutgers Supervisor: Martha Barylick (Seven times) o By Cooperating Teacher: Michele Stevens (Four times) o By Principal Dr. Donna Silva-Burnett (Once)

• Full-time internship

o Instructed creative movement courses to second, third, and fourth graders in three elementary schools; Pine Grove Manor, Elizabeth Avenue, and Conerly Road School

• Choreography

o Choreographed audition dance and held auditions for over 800 students for the five Dance Troupes o Choreographed and coordinated five (includes third and fourth grade) Dance Troupes

• Classroom Management

o Enhanced communication in the classroom through the development of a common language of dance o Integrated English Language Arts and Social Studies contents with creative movement lesson o Maintained records of absences, and missing sneakers

• Curriculum

o Developed curriculum for unit plans and various lesson plans o Introduced authentic learning connections and developed behavioral protocols to address classroom management issues

o Guided the student’s improvisational and choreographic experience o Facilitated final performances by student’s choreography work aligned to the previous semester-long lessons

o Integrated higher order thinking and problem-solving tasks in each class

• Assessment

o Utilized formative assessment as a tool for future lesson plan development o Completed Student Growth Objective (SGO) project to assess student’s basic physical skill of using core muscles

Rutgers Pre-College Summer Dance Conservatory

Dance Camp Counselor, Assistant Teacher, Co-instructor Summer 2016

• Director: Dr. Barbara Bashaw

• Assisted Mason Gross School of The Arts faculty in leading and demonstrating technique classes

• Co-instructed a morning stretching class

• Managed 150 students at the dormitory as a counselor

• Assisted students and parents to provide information and answer questions at the main table

• Mentored students based on their collegiate pursuits in regards to their personal interest o Guided students' technique class by observing and providing individual feedback and technical corrections

o Assisted injured students by providing mental and physical support P.S. 3. The Charrette School, New York, NY

Practicum Fieldwork

Spring 2016

• Cooperating Teacher: Mrs. Jenni Miller

• 50 hours of Internship Fieldwork at P.S.3 in West Village, NYC, NY.

• Assisted the cooperating teacher with leading warm-ups, activities, and managing classroom behavior

• Instructed cultural dance classes and coached Korean Dance choreography Franklin Middle School, Franklin Township, NJ

Practicum Fieldwork

Fall 2015

• Cooperating Teacher: Mr. Aaron Ramos

• 30 hours of Internship Fieldwork at Franklin Middle School in Franklin Township

• Assisted the cooperating teacher with instructing warm-ups and guided student choreography

• Exposed students to Korean Dance

• Observed and assisted following classes every Fridays throughout the semester) o Dance I –Improvisation, Technique, Gymnastic Movements o Dance II – Improvisation, Modern Technique, Choreography, Hip Hop Dance

• Assisted with classroom management.

PRIVATE STUDIO TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Pneuma Dance Academy, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Ballet Instructor

Sept.2013 – Feb.2014

• Director: Mi Jung Park

• Instructed Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten ballet classes

• Instructed Grade 1 through Grade 3 ballet classes who are aspirant to a ballet dancer

• Instructed middle school and high school students majoring in ballet PERFORMANCE EXPERIENCE

Ballet Blanc, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Republic of Korea Undergraduate Participant

Mar.2009 – Aug.2013

• Participated in Chapel Campus Performance in 2009

• Choreographed and performed Regular Creative Performance in each semester. (Oct. 2009– Oct. 2013)

• Choreographed and performed Graduation Performance in 2013 RESEARCH

Discovery Learning and Creative Dance Class in Elementary School in New Jersey

- To provide answer to Korea Dance Education

Graduate School of Education

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Jul.2016

Rhythm within Us

- Analyzing Movement Preference and Developing a Choreography Laban/Bartenieff Institution of Movement Studies, Brooklyn, NY May.2018

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

LABAN 2018 International Conference

Volunteer

June.2018

• Helped the transitions between the presentations

• Supported tech for the presenters to set up presentations

• Checked in participants into workshops

National Dance Education Organization National Conference, Washington D.C Table Assistant Volunteer

Nov.2016

• Worked three hours at the Rutgers University table to answer any questions related to the programs offered

• Assisted table set up and cleaning up

New Jersey High School Dance Festival

Volunteer, Assistant

Mar.2016

• Assisted Rutgers University table with answering questions about the programs

• Helped observing student auditions for the Rutgers University Summer Dance Program Rutgers American Ballet Theater (ABT) Day

Volunteer, Assistant

Mar.2016

• Assisted the main table for students and parents

• Chaperoned students before and after the event

• Assisted set up and cleaning up for the event

Rutgers Pre-College Summer Dance Conservatory

Audition Assistance, Adjustor

Feb. & April.2016

• Assisted administration with holding auditions and assessing the student’s technique level for class placement

• Appraised 100 students auditioning for the program

• Utilized assessment criteria to score each student

• Chaperoned students before and after each audition

• Provided questions and answers for participants and parents Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture (SFAC), Seoul, Republic of Korea Hi Seoul Festival Foreign Artist Supporting Team

Volunteer, Interpreter, Assistant

Aug. – Oct. 2013,

Aug. – Oct. 2014

• Assisted administration with communicating with foreign dance companies – France, Germany, Australia, etc.

• Assisted foreign artist pick-up and drop-off services to the airport

• Worked as an interpreter

o Assisted communication with stage set up team

o Assisted at the back stage for dancers

o Helped check-in and check-out for the hotel

o Helped general translation for each team – using the public transportation, ordering foods and etc.

• Assisted foreign audiences and participants

Seoul Performing Arts Festival, Seoul, Republic of Korea Volunteer, Interpreter, Assistant

Oct. 2013

• Managed admission for each performance

• Assisted administration with communicating with foreign dance companies – France, German, Australia, etc.

• Assisted foreign artist pick-up and drop-off services to the airport

• Worked as an interpreter

o Assisted communication with stage set up team

o Assisted at the back stage for dancers

o Helped general translation for each team – using the public transportation, ordering foods and etc. CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS

6th Annual Somatic Dance Conference

Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York Performance Presentation “Cha-O-Reum”

Choreographed and Performed by Garamh Kim and Jeeseon Chung Jul.2018

• Presenter

LABAN 2018 International Conference, New York City in celebration of the Laban/Bartenieff Institute’s 40th Anniversary June.2018

• Attendee, 1 day

National Dance Education Organization (NDEO) National Conference, Washington D.C Speaking with Our Feet: Advocating, Analyzing, and Advancing Dance Education Nov.2016

• Attendee, 4 days

New York State Dance Education Association (NYSDEA) Winter Conference 2017 New York University, Steinhart, NYC.

Feb.2017

• Attendee, 10 hours

New York State Dance Education Association (NYSDEA) Winter Conference 2018 CUNY Hunter College, NYC.

Feb.2018

• Attendee, 6 hours

"Yes Yes Good - the HeART of Teaching” Workshop

Presented by Cheryl Hulteen

Rutgers University Graduate School of Education

Sept.2016

• Attendee, 2 hours

“Finding Myself through Body” Workshop

Presented by Garamh Kim

Rutgers Korean Graduate Student Association (RKGSA) Nov.2017

• Presenter

LEADERSHIP

Rutgers Korean Graduate Student Association (RKGSA) The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ Treasurer

Aug.2016 – Aug.2017

• Allocated association’s budget for the year

• Collaborated with other board members to plan and manage events Ewhaian, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Chair / Journalist

University Community Website established and sponsored by student volunteer members Jul.2010 – Dec.2012

• Contents Team Leader, Editor and Journalist (July 2010 – July 2011) o Interviewed celebrities from all levels of society and students o Wrote articles regarding cultural and political issues o Edited probation journalist’s articles and assisted interviewing

• Webmaster (Dec. 2011– Dec. 2012)

o Responsible for managing the organization

o Worked as an intermediary between team leaders providing opinions and conflict resolutions o Coordinated the balance of three teams

o Managed the website

o Renewed the website design and upgraded the functions of the website

• Planned School Party

o Designed and printed event posters and brochures o Designed and sold goods for the event

o Wrote advertising phrases on the website

o Each year on May (on-campus): Spring party for students

– Coordinated concert, lecture, and program events o Each year on November (inner city club): School-look party

– Coordinated guest artists, sponsors, program events Young Samsung, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Editor, Event Coordinator

Feb.2011 – Aug.2011

• Wrote articles about university life and young people’s culture

• Interviewed celebrities from all levels of society and students

• Coordinated events for young generations

PRESS

Korean Economic Magazine Nov.2012

• Fashion Special: Passion + Fashion (Link)

Ewhaian

Journalist, Editor

Jul.2010 – Dec.2012

[Ewha Column]

• Majoring Arts in Ewha: Costly, but no supports? (12-30-2010) (Link)

• The Place Near But Far: Intro to Obstetrician (01-30-2011) (Link)

• Invasion of Tourist, No Place for Students: For Whom the Ehwa Exist? (06-30-2011) (Link)

[Interview]

• Medical Team Leader Joo Young Choi, The Savior of National Soccer Team (09-30-2010) (Link)

• Meet Guest Artists of School Look Party 2010– MC. Ding-Dong, Clione, UJN N NOVA (10-25-2010) (Link)

• Preparation for the ‘Different Ewha’– Interview of the 43rdEwha Student Council (11-30-2010) (Link)

• Successful Employment after writing 189 resumes and 37 interviews: Jong Heui Park, writer of “It’s my first dayto the office.” (03-15-2011) (Link)

• Meet the Strongest of English Education, Bo Young Lee: Be a Master of English by Only Studying in Domestic (04- 15-2011) (Link)

• Ewhaian’s 10th anniversary Special Interview: Sharing Unique Stories of Ewhaian (05-15-2011) (Link)

[Culture & Community]

• A Warm Winter Essentials: Unlock the Secrets of UGG (12-16-2010) (Link)

• Studying English with American TV Shows: Exciting Way to Study English (02-15-2011) (Link)

• Is Animations only for Child? Revealing Hidden Messages. (03-29-2011) (Link)

• 10 Years with Ewhaian!: Retrofuture the Historical Moments and Plan the Future (05-15-2011) (Link)

• Romantic Ballet Tales: Getting Familiar with Ballet Stories (05-29-2011) (Link)

[Ewha-pedia]

• History of School Look Party since 2001 (10-25-2010) (Link)

• Guide for Credit Exchange (11-15-2010) (Link)

• Have You Ever Used Cotton Sanitary Pad?: Introduction and Review of Eco-Friendly Cotton Sanitary Pad (06-15- 2011) (Link)

REFERNCES

Barbara Bashaw, EdD, Hon. DFA, CMA

Acting Chair and Artistic Director

Dance Department

Mason Gross School of the Arts

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Email: ac6oa2@r.postjobfree.com

Phone: 848-***-****

Martha Barylick, BFA, CMA

Student Teaching Internship Supervisor

Dance Education Professor

Email: ac6oa2@r.postjobfree.com

Phone: 848-***-****

Frederick Curry, MA, CMA

Graduate Director of the EdM Dance Education Program Dance Department

Mason Gross School of the Arts

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Email: ac6oa2@r.postjobfree.com

Phone: 848-***-****

Michele Stevens, EdM., BA

Internship Cooperating Teacher

Pine Grove Manor, Franklin Township, NJ

Email: ac6oa2@r.postjobfree.com

Phone: 908-***-****

Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Summer 2016

• Intro Laban Movement

(07:206:402, 03)

o Fredrick Curry

• Foundation Dance Edu

(07:207:400, 01)

o Barbara Bashaw

• Teaching Concept Dance I

(07:207:401, 01)

o Fredrick Curry

• Practicum Teach Dance I

(07:207:402, 01)

o Martha Barylick

• Grad Independ Study

(08:207:557, 01)

o Sherry Alban

• Education Psychology/Prn Class

Learning

(05:300:306, 03)

o Brandon Mauclair-Augustin

• Individual &Cultural Diversity

(05:300:401, 01)

o Atiya Strothers

• Teaching Concept Dance II

(07:207:403, 01)

o Barbara Bashaw

• Practicum Teach Dance II

(07:207:404, 01)

o Fredrick Curry

• Grad Independ Study

(08:207:557, 01)

o Sherry Alban

• Intro Research Dance

Education

(08:207:510, B1)

o Barbara Bashaw

• Assessment & Measurement

for Teachers

(15:255:533, A0)

o Rima Faber

• Classroom Organization

(15:255:534, A4)

o Megan Regan

Fall 2016 Winter 2017 Spring 2017

• Teaching Internship

(15:255:535, 13)

o Michele Stevens

• Teaching Internship Seminar

(15:255:536, 13)

o Barbara Bashaw

• Grad Independ Study

(08:207:557, 01)

o Barbara Bashaw

• Education & Computer

(05:300:350, 92)

o Cynthia Pancer

• Professional Issues Dance

Education

(08:207:500, 01)

o Barbara Bashaw

• Students, Community, Social

Justice

(15:255:539, 80)

o Michele Stevens

• Inclusive Teaching Education

(15:293:523, 05)

o Jigisha Vyas

• Introduction to Environmental

Science

(11:375:101, 95)

o Andy Sandy

• Precalculus

Middlesex County College

(MAT-129-IN1)

o Clairie Vassiliadis



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