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Merideth A. Paff, M.

Ed, I TSC
100 Vista Drive, Highland, NY 12528
(845) 663-6631
mmpaff@yahoo.com
ePortfolio: http://map4tech.weebly.com


Education

















Professional
Qualifications
Glenville State College, Glenville, WV
August 2001 May 2005
Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education K 6
Specialization in Special Education K Adult
GPA: 3.8

Clarion University, Clarion, PA
August 2012 May 2014
Masters in Education with a focus in Technology
Instructional Technology Specialist Certificate
GPA 3.9


Pennsylvania Instructional Level II Certificates:
Elementary Education (K-6)
Special Education (K-Adult)
English Education (7-9)
o Achieved March, 2014

Pennsylvania Instructional Level I Certificate:
Educational Technology Instructional Specialist
o Achieved May, 2014

**New York certification currently in process**


Professional
Experience &
Employment
History




Teacher, First grade
August 2008 April 2011
Corry Elementary School, Corry, PA
Designed and implemented grade-level lesson plans for all core subjects
for use with students
Met all objectives and goals as outlined by the Pennsylvania Standards
Aligned System (PA SAS)
Created, implemented, and managed classroom and individual behavior

Merideth A. Paff, M.Ed, I TSC
347 East 35
th
Street, Erie, PA 16504
(814) 490-6157
mmpaff@yahoo.com
ePortfolio: http://map4tech.weebly.com








plans as needed
Implemented technology and other instructional tools with the purpose
of enhancing lesson delivery and fostering deeper understanding
Teacher, Special Education
August 2007 June 2008
Corry Middle/High School, Corry, PA
Scheduled and facilitated Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings with
parents and other relevant staff
Developed IEPs and monitored IEP goals for students with disabilities
Collaborated and co-taught with regular education teachers to support
IEP students to learn successfully within regular education classrooms
Modified learning environments, assignments, and assessments in
accordance with IEP recommendations
Assisted with the re-evaluation process for students with disabilities
Taught learning support English class for ninth grade students

Teacher, Special Education
August 2005 June 2007
VanDevender Junior High School, Parkersburg, WV
Scheduled and facilitated Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings with
parents and other relevant staff
Developed IEPs and monitored IEP goals for several students
Collaborated and co-taught with regular education teachers to support
IEP students to learn successfully within regular education classrooms
Modified learning environments, assignments, and assessments in
accordance with IEP recommendations
Used assessment tools needed to re-evaluate students for special
education services (including the Woodcock Johnson Test of
Achievement)


References

Professional references

Dr. John McCullough, Professor, Clarion University
(814) 393-2409
jmccullough@clarion.edu

Merideth A. Paff, M.Ed, I TSC
347 East 35
th
Street, Erie, PA 16504
(814) 490-6157
mmpaff@yahoo.com
ePortfolio: http://map4tech.weebly.com


Dr. Greg Goodman, Professor, Clarion University
(814) 393-4166
ggoodman@clarion.edu

Mrs. Ann Clark, Technology Facilitator, Corry Elementary School
(814) 462-4462
aclark@corrysd.net

Mrs. Nan Swart-McIntyre, Retired 1
st
grade teacher, Corry Elementary
School
814-664-9814
nanmc68@hotmail.com


Personal references

Ms. Sara Folino, Science teacher, Corry Middle School/personal friend
(803) 295-2010
sfolino@corrysd.net

Mrs. Carly Rowe
Associate for Program & Congregational Development at St. Marks
Episcopal Church/ personal friend
(814) 474-2399
crowe@saintmarkserie.org