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									                                          Jeri Schneider
                                        schneidj at aaps.k12.mi.us
                                    http://sitemaker.umich.edu/jeris

TEACHING CERTIFICATION
       Provisional Teaching Certificate—Library Media K-12 (ND); History 7-12 (CC), 2005
       University of Michigan, School of Education, Ann Arbor, MI

EDUCATION
       Master of Science in Information, Library and Information Services Specialization, 2000
       University of Michigan, School of Information, Ann Arbor, MI
       Bachelor of Arts, History, 1989
       University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
     Media Specialist, Ann Arbor Public Schools, Ann Arbor, MI, 2005-present
          Provide full range of reference and other library services to students and faculty
          Provide one-on-one instruction in research and computer skills to students in grades 6 to 12
          Catalogue materials and produce reports using Follett software
          Develop recommended reading lists for principal and teachers
          Produce staff newsletter about media center resources and services

       Student Teacher, Estabrook Elementary School, Ypsilanti, MI, March-April, 2005
        Taught grades 1-5 computer and library media lessons, including Web searches, word processing,
          map skills software, online catalog searches, and how to use almanacs and indexes
        Taught computer skills to special education students
        Presented read-alouds for students in all grades, including special education classes
        Provided full range of reference and other library services to students and faculty

       Student Teacher, Greenhills School, Ann Arbor, MI, January-March, 2005
        Taught grades 6-12 lessons on evaluating Web sites, searching the Internet for images, sound,
          and video, and using digital reference tools
        Facilitated weekly middle school book discussion group
        Taught faculty how to use United Streaming video service
        Compiled extensive bibliographies upon teacher request to aid classroom instruction

       Instructional Design Class Project, Lakewood Elementary School, Ann Arbor, MI, Fall 2004
        Planned lessons and taught 4th grade class how to use Netscape, in collaboration with media
           specialist and 4th grade teacher
        Assisted media specialist with computer classes

       Academic Coach, Washtenaw Elementary Science Olympiad, Thurston Elementary School
       Team, Ann Arbor, MI, 2004-2006
        Taught 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students “Write It, Build It” and “Pentathlon” skills and how to
          work together to compete in events
        As Head Coach in 2005 and 2006, organized parent volunteers to coach events and perform
          various tasks

       Academic Evaluator (Judge), Estabrook Elementary School Science Fair, Ypsilanti, MI, 2005
        Conducted oral examinations of 5th grade students and scored their projects using rubric

       Assistant Sports Coach, Ann Arbor Community Education and Recreation, Ann Arbor, MI,
       2003-2005
        Taught baseball and soccer skills to 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade boys’ teams
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LIBRARY EXPERIENCE
     Librarian, Project Manager, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research,
     Ann Arbor, MI, 2000-present
      Manage team production of online bibliographic database, including development of search and
        display interfaces, navigation elements, and dynamic links to online descriptions of data holdings
      Perform systematic searches of a variety of databases and other online resources
      Train staff to use University library networked electronic resources
      Work with Website development team to design interfaces and conduct usability testing

     Research Assistant, Center for Highly Interactive Computing Education, Ann Arbor, MI,
     2000
      Conducted extensive Web research, with emphasis on African American migration history
      Evaluated and catalogued Web sites appropriate for use in middle and high school curricula

     Reference Desk Directed Field Experience, University of Michigan Shapiro Undergraduate
     Library, Ann Arbor, MI, 2000
      Provided reference services and research consultation to university students in a complex
        networked information environment

     Research Assistant, Michigan Information Transfer Source, Ann Arbor, MI, 1999
      Searched databases, the Internet, University libraries, and other resources to locate information
        and documents in diverse subject areas, including health, business, and government

     Head of Bookmobile Services, Ypsilanti District Library, Ypsilanti, MI, 1995-1998
     Managed all aspects of bookmobile services, including:
      Developed collection of youth, teen, and adult fiction and non-fiction materials
      Provided patron services, including ready reference, readers’ advisory, and circulation
      Presented read-alouds for children
      Administered youth, teen, and adult summer reading program
      Managed annual materials and program budgets

     Bookmobile Driver/Clerk, Ann Arbor Public Library, Ann Arbor, MI, 1986-1995
      Provided circulation services and drove bookmobile to scheduled locations

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
        Autism Spectrum Disorder: Concepts and Treatments, Ann Arbor Public Schools, 2006
        Making Connections with Literacy: A Language and Literacy Symposium, Washtenaw
         Intermediate School District, 2005: How to use picture books to teach 6+1 writing skills to students
         in all grades
        Faculty Exploratory, University of Michigan, 2005: Videoconferencing and Live Streaming, Using
         the SMART Board, Editing Images with Photoshop CS, Creating Web Pages with Dreamweaver
         MX 2004, and Video: The Production Process
        Differentiated Learning Staff Inservice, Estabrook Elementary School, 2005
        Michigan Association for Media in Education Annual Conference, 2004, 2005

TECHNOLOGY SKILLS
        Proficient in use of word processing software, Excel spreadsheets, Microsoft Publisher,
         PowerPoint, Inspiration, United Streaming, DreamWeaver, SiteMaker, Photoshop, ProCite,
         Email discussion list tools, HTML, digital cameras, scanners, PCs, MacIntosh computers, various
         cataloging applications, Internet search engines, and online databases
        Experienced using SMART Board, Unix, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Microsoft Access,
         videoconferencing tools

								
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