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Prezume of Tracey Wong

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MS in Elementary Education, Pace University.
School Library Information Technology Specialist
Educator
Prezume of Tracey E. Wong
Test Taking Strategies Workshop, Literacy & Math Frameworks, Elementary Mathematics Conference, TERC Investigation Training, Children’s Literature Institute with Dr. Christopher Baker, NYU Reading Recovery Training, Fountas and Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention Training, Erza Jack Keats Bookmaking, RTI (Response to Intervention) Training, Common Core Collaboration. School Library Exploratoriums.
Professional Employment:
References:
Furnished upon request.
Education:
BA (English major with concentration in Asian studies). State University of New York at Binghamton.

MS in Reading, Herbert Lehman College.

MS in School Library Information Technology, Mansfield University.
Professional Development:
P.S. 63, BRONX, N.Y. September 2005 – September 2008
READING RECOVERY TEACHER. Administer Observation Survey to groups of children. Identify reading recovery candidates. Teach component specific lessons to bottom quartile students. Maintain accurate daily lesson records, running records, weekly book logs and book levels, records of reading and writing vocabulary. Monitor progress of discontinued children. Provide three behind the glass demonstrations for colleagues. Provide professional development and support to K-1 teachers. Participate in colleague visits. Attend Reading Recovery conferences and initiate professional development activities.

P.S. 396, BRONX, N.Y. March 2003 – September 2005
4th GRADE TEACHER. Develop and implement curriculum. Provide classroom instruction through a balanced literacy program. Teach test taking strategies and techniques for NY State reading and math tests. Foster student learning of measurement, geometric shapes and solids through TERC Investigation series. Enhance student comprehension, reading and communication skills. Teach academic, social and motor skills to elementary students.
P.S. 396, BRONX, N.Y. September 2002 – March 2003
GUIDED MATH AND READING TEACHER (3rd and 4th grade). Prepare objectives and outlines for courses of study. Administer and critique data from norm-referenced and criterion referenced tests, formal and informal inventories, constructed response measures, portfolio based assessments, student self-evaluations, work/performance samples, observations, anecdotal records, journals and other indicators of student progress to inform instruction and learning. Counsel students on adjustment and academic problems. Initiate and conduct a lunchtime enrichment program. Actively substitute for K – 4th grade teachers.

WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE, VALHALLA, N.Y. September 2001 – May 2006
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR. Teach basic writing and essay composition. Guide literature seminars.
Accomplishments:
Supervised the 2012 Boro Wide Winners of the Annual Erza Jack Keats Bookmaking Competition.
Recipient of over 58 fully funded grants.
Recipient of the Laura Bush grant.
Daniel Webster Magnet School, New Rochelle, N.Y. September 2015 - present
LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST. Develop the collection. Teach information fluency and literature apprecation lessons.

P.S. 54, Bronx, N.Y. September 2012 - September 2015
SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST. Present professional development to teachers. Organize and maintain current collection. Identify, pursue funding sources for additional resources. Collaborate with classroom teachers for the purpose of planning units of study. Identify, locate, and facilitate use of curriculum aligned books. Further develop collection to support ELA Units of Study with an emphasis on content area work, book clubs. Maintain student-centered open access library format for multiple periods. Teach information literacy and literature appreciation lessons. Identify and develop proposals in order to obtain grant funding.

P.S. 63, BRONX, N.Y. January 2012 – August 2012
RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION SPECIALIST. Identify and teach reading to at risk students. Administer and analyze running records. Teach reading to an ELL group. Conduct literature circles. Facilitate accountable talk. Provide leveled literacy intervention services. Maintain reading tracking sheets. Provide literacy based professional development and support to K to 2 teachers. Attend special education workshops. Identify, develop and implement grants.
P.S. 63, BRONX, N.Y. October 2009 – December 2011
COLLABORATIVE TEAM TEACHER. Develop and implement reading, writing, social studies, science curriculum and multisensory lesson plans. Administer and analyze monthly running records. Compile reading tracking sheets. Conduct Fountas and Pinnell assessments. Create individual student goals. Collaborate and develop IEP goals. Design and implement behavior modification system. Conduct ELL sessions for literacy development.

P.S. 63, BRONX, N.Y. September 2008 – October 2009
LEVELED LITERACY INTERVENTION SPECIALIST. Administer Observation Survey to the lowest identified students. Teach reading to at risk students. Administer and analyze running records. Organize and supervise annual weeklong book fair project. Provide professional development to K-2 teachers. Score ELA and science state exams.

MERCY COLLEGE, BRONX, N.Y. January 2007 – May 2007
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR. Teach reading assessments, effective intervention and strategies designed to assist struggling readers.
Recipient of NYC Summer Quest grant.
Recipient of Reso A grant.
Supervised the 2012 1st and 2nd place Jewish Heritage NY Essay winners.
Recipent of the REACH grant.
Recipent of the Fuel to Play 60 grant.
Recipent of Lowes grant .
2013 Adventure Capital GenYouth Winner.
Supervised the 2013 1st and 3rd place Jewish
Heritage NY Essay Winners.
Recipient of Target Cultural Field Trip.
Recipient of Target Family Night.
2014 Golden Apple Winner.
2014 NYRP Rose Award.
2015 Microsoft Innovative Regional Lead.
2016 ALA Scholastic Publishing Award.
Additional Information:
ePortfolio:

traceywong.weebly.com
showcasingeducatoreffectiveness.wikispaces.com
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