Master of Arts in Teaching
- Differentiating instruction for all learners in ways that make classroom experiences meaningful, relevant, and respectful.
- Teaching critical thinking related to literature and the social sciences through explicit modeling, which includes clearly articulating critical thinking in both verbal and written formats.
- Teaching complicated historical and cultural developments and the connections between them in ways that are understandable to a variety of ages and abilities.
- Teaching the craft of formal and creative writing.
- Willamette University, M.A.T., 2013
- Willamette University, B.A., 2012
- North Salem High School, Salem, OR, 9-12, English Language Development, Honors World History
- Waldo Middle School, Salem, OR, 6, Reading/Writing Workshop
- Classroom Aid, Salem-Keizer School District, McKay High School, Assisting teachers and high school students with skills and curriculum related to Language Arts, English Language Development, and AVID.
- Classroom Aid, Salem-Keizer School District, Downtown Learning Center, Teaching and mentoring G.E.D. students skills related to reading, writing, science, social studies, math and general test taking.
- Classroom Aid, Salem-Keizer School District, South Salem High School, Aiding teacher and students in sociology and government classes.
- Reading Volunteer, Yamhill-Carlton School District, Carlton, OR, Reading with and to small groups of second graders.
Student Teaching Supervisors
- Mark Till and Vanessa Niedermeyer, North Salem High School, Salem, OR
- Chelsea Woods, Waldo Middle School, Salem, OR
- Karen Hamlin, PhD, Willamette University, email@example.com