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  • 1. Alison InwoodCertification: Elementary Education K-5Endorsements: Special Education Learning Disabilities K-12 Language Arts 6-8
  • 2. Alison Inwood 10176 Bennett Lake Road Fenton, MI 48430 810 394 4974 Inwoodal@msu.eduObjective: To obtain a special education teaching position in which I may use my creativity and passion for teaching to improve childrens lives. I want the opportunity to meet students educational needs through interactive instruction and individualized support.Education: Michigan State University Bachelor of Arts with Honors: May 2011 Major: Special Education - Learning Disabilities 3.67 Grade Point AverageCertification: Elementary Education K-5Endorsements: Special Education Learning Disabilities K-12 English/Language Arts 6-8AcademicAchievements: Michigan State University Deans List: All Semesters University HonorsTeaching/InternshipExperience: Otto Middle School Lansing: August 2011-May 2012 Taught 6th grade special education in math and study skills August- December Taught 6th grade special education reading, language arts, and study skills in addition to general education science. January-May Addressed academic, social, and emotional needs of students in an urban environment Participated in development and implementation of IEPs, positive behavior intervention support, and behavior intervention plans.
  • 3. Collaborated in parent-teacher conferences, manifestation determination meetings, and professional development. Administered norm-referenced, curriculum based, and informal assessments.Field Experience: Discovery Elementary School Williamston, Mi: August 2010 - May 2011 Kindergarten classroom with three students with IEPs Developed and taught two-day lessons in literacy and math concepts Assisted in daily classroom management Averill Elementary School Lansing, MI: August 2010-December2010 Focused on behavior management and strategy instruction Marble Elementary School East Lansing, MI: February 2010-May 2010 Taught literacy in a room for students with emotional impairments Developed a functional behavior analysis and behavior intervention plan Holt Elementary School Holt, Mi: September 2010-December 2010 Performed a child-study and created individualized lessons based on the results. Eastern High School Lansing, Mi: January 2009-May 2009 Focused on whole class instruction in American literature and individual tutoring in biology, math, and English.Work Related Experience: Lansing Area Parents Respite Center Care Provider: May 2010-present o Worked as a care provider for children with mild to severe emotional, physical, learning, and cognitive impairments. o Used alternative speech devices, wheelchairs, hearing aids, sign language, breathing treatments, range of motion exercises, and lifts. In-Home Care Provider: May 2009-Present o Worked with a family taking care of a young woman with mental disabilities. I cared for daily needs like feeding, toileting, medications, and activities.
  • 4. After-school tutoring volunteer: September 2011- Present o Participated in after school tutoring three days a week, supporting students in language arts, math, science, and social studies. Refugee Development Center volunteer September 2007-December 2007 o Tutored refugees of all ages in language development, writing, math, and social skills. Camp Copneconic Resident Counselor: June 2008-August 2008 o Worked with children of varying socioeconomic backgrounds and abilities in outdoor activities. o Arranged daily activities, taught sailing, swimming, canoeing/kayaking and arts and crafts.Special Training: PBIS in-service Basic proficiency in the French, Spanish, and American Sign Languages.Organization Involvement/ Volunteer Work: Salsa Dance Club Instructor and Swing Dance Club Instructor: o Co-taught salsa dancing lessons for the MSU Salsa Club and MSU Swing club Swing Dance Club Fundraising Chair August 2008- May 2009 o Organized fundraising events for the MSU Salsa Club.
  • 5. References:Jackie PlascensiaOtto Middle School6th Grade Special Education Teacher517 930 2368 (Cell)Jacqueline.Plascencia@lansingschools.net (School)jplascen@hotmail.com (Personal)Megin TurnerOtto Middle School6th Grade Special Education Teacher517 282 7347megin.turner@lansingschools.net (School)Katherine HansonPresident of Lansing Area Parents Respite Center Board of DirectorsSpecial Needs Caregiver Employer517 333 1540kvhanson@hotmail.comShera EmmonsDiscovery Elementary SchoolKindergarten Teacher517 655 2855 ext. 4260 (School)emmonss@gowcs.netKris ShireySpecial Needs Caregiver Employer517 627 3402 (Home)517 896 8675 (Cell)