Christine Elise Malady by xdKhg06


									                               Christine Elise Malady
Contact Information        Email:
                           2 Clocktower Place Apt 437, Nashua, NH 03060
                           (804) 513-8695
                    Seeking Secondary School Teaching Position
     Motivated, enthusiastic pre-service teacher interested in further crafting and implementing
instruction that reveals the profound significance and value of history and civic education. Places
emphasis on both curriculum concretes and the thematic “big picture.” Passion for philosophy
with a conception of history as the nuanced manifestation of ideas changing and developing
through time. Possesses the ability to differentiate methods according to learning needs, address
multiple intelligences and present unique perspectives on content. Has direct experience
supporting the learning of students with special educational and developmental needs.
     Education and               Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction (Awarded May
      Certification                2008) from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in
                                   Blacksburg, VA
                                       o Graduate GPA of 3.93
                                 Certification eligible (Social Studies 5-12) in the State of New
                                 Postgraduate professional license in History and Social Science
                                   for grades 6-12 from the Commonwealth of Virginia
                                 Bachelors of Arts in History from Virginia Tech (Spring 2007)
                                       o Undergraduate In-major GPA of 3.62
                                 Recognition of Excellence on the Praxis II Social Studies
                                   Content Knowledge Exam
 Teaching Experience             Special Education Paraprofessional at Elm Street Middle
                                   School in Nashua, NH (October 2008 – Present)
                                 Student teaching experience at Auburn High School in Riner,
                                   VA; worked with co-operating teacher Ms. Amanda Weidner;
                                   taught three sections of World History II and one section of
                                   World History I (Spring Semester 2008)
                                 Early field experience at Blacksburg Middle School in
                                   Blacksburg, VA; assisted Ms. Beth Levinson in her 8th Grade
                                   Civics class (Fall Semester 2007)
  Other Activities &             Member of the NEA
        Qualities                President of the Libertarians at Virginia Tech (Fall 2007 – Spring
                                   2008), a prominent and very active Virginia Tech student group;
                                   Vice-President (Fall 2006 – Spring 2007)
                                 Founder and President of the Political Philosophy Club (Fall
                                   2006 – Spring 2007), a Virginia Tech student organization
                                 Camp Indecon counselor (Summer 2006), a Montessori
                                   method-based summer camp in Divide, Colorado
                                 Participant and scholarship recipient for the Cato Institute’s
                                   seminar program Cato University entitled “The History and
                                   Philosophy of Liberty and Power” (Summer 2005)

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