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Education

Rockford College, Master of Arts in Teaching, May 2003.

Carthage College, Bachelor of Arts in Speech/Theatre/Communications, May 1994.


Certification

Illinois Standard Elementary Teaching K-9, LBSI, December 2000.

Endorsements in Fine Arts, Social Studies, English

Professional Experience

Lake Erie College

Director Clinical Experiences and Partnerships/Faculty 2011-Present
President A Leg Up, Inc. 2008-present

Caledonia, Illinois


Special Education Teacher Harlem School District 2006-2010

Loves Park, Illinois



Special Education and Rockford Public School District 2002-2006

Theatre Teacher Rockford, Illinois

Elementary Teacher Harlem School District 2000-2002

Loves Park, Illinois



Evening Instructor Atwood Outdoor Environmental Center 1995-2001

Evening Program Director Rockford, Illinois

Camp Director Rockford Park District 1993-1997

Camp Counselor Rockford, Illinois


Skill Sets


  • Secured 501c3 status for co-founded non-profit organization

  • Conducted Board Meetings

  • Led fundraising campaign

  • Managed Special Education case load

  • Held annual review meetings, developed IEPs, and attended diagnostic meetings

  • Attended team teaching/inclusion workshops

  • Served on Building Climate, Choice Open House, and Safety Committees

  • Trained and supervised volunteers

  • Developed English and Reading curriculum and programming

  • Created staff manual

  • Recruited and interviewed employees

  • Modified curriculum for individual, differentiated instruction

Awards Dean’s List, Alpha Psi Omega (Theatre Honor Fraternity)

Volunteer A Leg Up, Inc., Christ Lutheran Church, Tebala Shriners of Rockford, Illinois

Joyell C. Weimer

305 Morgan Terrace ● Roaming Shores, Ohio 44084

Email Address: jweimer@lec.edu

Education: Doctorate of Education in Teacher Leadership (pending dissertation conclusion)

Walden University

Overall GPA 4.00
Master’s Degree in Middle Child Education (Grades 4-9) - May 2003

Youngstown State University

Bachelor of Science in Education (Grades 1-8) - March 1999

Concentration in Social Sciences

Youngstown State University

Work Experience:

Riverside Local Schools District

LaMuth Middle School ● Painesville, Ohio August 2002 to present

Position: Comprehensive Science Teacher (Seventh grade)

● Developed a standard-based curriculum with common assessments that incorporate State and National Science Standards.

● Enhance lessons by using technology and hands-on learning


Riverside Local Schools Outdoor Education Program

LaMuth Middle School ● Painesville, Ohio August 2007 to present

Position: Director of the Program

● Organize students, teaching staff, and high school counselors to attend a week long camp experience.

● Design fundraising opportunities to help parents with the cost of camp.

● Incorporate National and State Science Standards within several classes offered at camp.



Lake Erie College

Division of Education ● Painesville, Ohio

Position: Part-time Professor

January 2012

● Designed the courses for the Grades 4/5 Endorsement Program.

November 2011

● Developed a differentiated instruction course for graduate students.

August 2009-present (Fall Semester)

● Instruct Elementary School Science Methods–EDE 424 course for undergraduate students

August 2004- present (Fall Semester)

● Instruct Middle School Science Methods–EDP 424 course for undergraduate students

August 2004 (Fall Semester)

● Developed and instructed Middle School Social Studies Methods-EDP 422 course for undergraduate students
Presentations

Association for Middle Level Education

Annual Middle School Association Conference ● Louisville, Kentucky

November 2011

Position: Presenter

● Presented research-based teaching practices and useful hand-outs to middle school educators.


Ohio Middle School Association

Annual Middle School Association Conference ● Sandusky, Cleveland, and Columbus, Ohio

February 2009, February 2008, and February 2006

Position: Presenter

● Presented research-based teaching practices and useful hand-outs to middle school educators.
Lake County Educational Professional Symposium

Madison High School● Madison, Ohio

Riverside High School● Painesville, Ohio

Perry High School● Perry, Ohio

November 2008, 2007, and 2006

● Presented research-based teaching practices to middle school educators.

● Created and distributed useful instructional hand-outs for classroom implementation.
Honors:

● Member of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi- YSU Chapter 2003-present

● Inducted into the 2009 Riverside Local Schools #1 Club

● Governor’s Award for Excellence in Youth Science Opportunities 2005-2004, 2004-2003, 2003-2002

● Lubrizol Lake County Science Teacher of the Year Nominee 2004

● Ohio Federation of Soil and Water Conservation District’s 2003 Ohio Teacher of the Year Nominee



Organizations:

● 2009, 2010 and 2011 St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Summer Fest Chairman.

●Member of the Local Professional Development Committee (LPDC) for Riverside Local Schools District

● Member of the Lake Erie College Department of Education Unit Advisory Council

● Member of the National Science Teacher Association (NSTA)

● Member of the Association for Middle Level Educators (AMLE)

● Member of the Ohio Middle Level Educators (OMLE)

● Member of Northeastern Education Association (NEA)

● Member of the Ohio Education Association (OEA)

●Member of the Executive Board for the Youngstown Chapter of the Scleroderma Foundation


Linda Lanese
30960 Willowick Drive Willowick, Ohio 44095

440-944-2008 lanese@adelphia.net
Education:

1973 Cleveland State University Bachelor of Science in Education

Additional: 34 semester hours of graduate coursework

Numerous C.E.U. Credits in the area of Elementary Education


Teaching Experience:

2007-Present Lake Erie College

Supervisor of Field and Clinical Experiences

1973-2007 Mentor Board of Education

Primary Grade Teacher, Rice Elementary School

Grades 1, 2, 3

1971-1972 Mentor Board of Education

Assistant Teacher



Related Experience:

2000-2007 Designer and co-coordinator of the Ohio Reads Reading Buddies Volunteer Tutoring Program.

Member of various district wide and school committees including but not limited to:

District wide Math, Math Assessment and Report Card Committee

Rice Elementary: Right-to-Read Committee, Related Arts Scheduling Committee, and Bond/Levy Committee

Awards:

2006 Excellence in Teaching Award-Mentor Schools

1996 Mentor Schools Foundation Grant

1995 Nominee for District 17 PTA Outstanding Educator Recognition Program

1986 Sohio Award for Teachers of Economics

Stacey S. De Young

21011 Halburton Road, Beachwood, Ohio 44122

sdsig@roadrunner.com 216-577-6639

Objective

Opportunity to implement many years of classroom teaching expertise in a learning environment that is challenging and supportive for both students and teachers.



Experience

Ohio State University Cleveland, Ohio

Field Assessor, APPLE: Ohio, Literacy project 2010-2011



Maple Heights City Schools Maple Heights, Ohio

Full time, permanent substitute teacher, third grade 2009-2010

Second grade teacher 1993-2002

Local Professional Development Committee Member

MIMIC Project, Cleveland State University Mentor Program

Maple Heights Teachers’ Association

Summer Reading Intervention Program

Achieved Tenure, 1997

Extended Day Kindergarten Teacher, 1993-1997

Continuing Education course work, 1998-2001



Temple Emanu El Religious School Orange Village, Ohio

Substitute Teacher 2008-2010



Huntington Learning Center University Heights, Ohio

Tutor 1998



Orange City Schools Orange, Ohio

Special Education Aide/Permanent Substitute Teacher 1991-1993



Orange Schools Recreation Department Orange, Ohio

Camp Director 1993



Education

Cleveland State University Cleveland, Ohio

Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction 1994-1997

Specialization in Computer Uses in Education

Kindergarten Certification



Miami University Oxford, Ohio

Bachelor of Science in Education 1985-1989



Email this proposal and all accompanying

materials to:

educator_prep@regents.state.oh.us



1Template for Course Syllabi, Revised, 8-16-08, after feedback received from faculty at Faculty Retreat, 8-15-08

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