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Stephanie Burdett

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Stephanie Burdett

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Stephanie Burdett,
Educator and Technogeek Highlights of Qualifications Committed to equal opportunity
for quality education for all children. Exceptional written and spoken communication skills. Years of positive experiences with children and parents from varied cultures. Teacher of 21st Century Skills, proponent of collaboration and project-based learning. Education Bachelors of Science
Elementary Education, 1991 Campus Activities:
SU Marching Band
Sour Sitrus Society Pep Band
Tau Beta Sigma
UUTV Recent Coursework Cooperation and Collaboration in the 21st Century
Children's Authors on the Web: Online Sites that Motivate Students to Write
Teaching with WebQuests for Grades K-12 A Glimpse into my Career... World Bank Children's Center, 1993-1996 Lead Teacher of a mixed age class of 3-5 year olds. Supervised assistant teachers and volunteers in the classroom. Built connections with families between home and school. American Embassy School, 1998-2000 Lead Teacher of a team of four. Part of the Preschool Curriculum Review Committee. Taught elementary faculty ways to use MS Publisher in the classroom. Worked with the Science Coordinator to develop and implement a preschool science program. Participated in Host Nation lessons and activities. Took part in annual Author Week with children's authors such as Stuart Murphy and Caroline Arnold. Fairfax County Public Schools, 1992-1993 Substitute Elementary
Classroom Teacher Worked in many schools throughout the western end of the county. Called often to Poplar Tree Elementary and
Willow Springs Elementary. Selected to fill a long-term teaching position in Grade 5 for the last quarter of the 92-93 school year Spring-Mar Cooperative Preschool www.fcps.edu http://aes.ac.in http://www.cclc.com/center/dc/world-bank-childrens-center Developed creative learning centers where children aged 3-5 could explore and learn. Parents served as teaching
assistants each day on a
rotating basis. Designed formative and summative assessments, as well as report forms for all classes age 2-5. Lead Teacher of Pre-K class. http://www.spring-mar.org Completed NAEYC re-accreditation requirements. http://yorkcountyschools.org/ York County School Division K-5 Substitute for Classroom Teachers,
Para-Educators and Resource Teachers Selected to fill a last minute,
long-term vacancy in kindergarten. Excellent reputation
Requested often Teach primarily at Waller Mill Elementary Fine Arts Magnet Professional Development Dale Carnegie Human Relations Course Weekly Twitter Chats #edchat
#gtchat 12 week course, 1996 Webinars Graphic Organizers
Technology in the
Elementary Classroom
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