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Tylee Rae Hall

E: Tyleeh@email.arizona.edu

Objective: Elementary school teaching position to provide a safe stimulating educational


environment to foster the intellectual development of children ensuring academic success while
encouraging the enchantment of education.

Education and Credentials:


The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
May 2015 Bachelor of Arts: Elementary Education & Italian Studies, Minor: Military Sciences
Deans List: University of Arizona Fall 2014

Teaching Experience:
Student Teacher, Third Grade
January-May 2015
Vail School District, Ocotillo Ridge Elementary, Vail, Arizona
Utilized classroom management and effective teaching techniques for a supportive learning
community where each student is recognized as an individual and on a team
Familiarized and instructed with Close reading, Literacy Circles, Balanced Math, Reteach & Enrich
Participated in the initiation of an IEP meeting with guardians, cooperating teacher, Parapro and
staff
Cochairman for ORE Science Fair
Familiarized with AzMERIT TIDE Training, and online assessment
Field Methods Experience Student, Third Grade

August 2014-December 2015

Marana School District, Coyote Trail Elementary School, Marana, Arizona


Participated in Science Field Trip and learning centers at Camp Cooper
Familiarized with Daily Five and Engage New York Mathematics
Co-taught and independently taught lessons
Station Taught Strategic Alternative Learning Techniques (SALT)
March 2013
Participated in SALT Approaches to Language and L2 Semiotics in Social Networking at the
University of Arizona. Supported lesson using social media to instruct the doctoral and
interdisciplinary program in an independent station designed to provide advanced training for
researchers, teachers, and administrators to promote second language learning and teaching through
social networks.
Professional Development:
Led Professional Development for Coyote Trail Elementary Cohort
Association of Teacher Educators Phoenix Conference
Virtual Economics K-12 Workshop
Attended professional development at Ocotillo Ridge Elementary & Coyote Trail
Volunteer: Provided assistance in facilitating Kindergarten fieldtrip at the STEM Childrens Museum
& Apple Store, and worked in classroom at John B. Wright Elementary School, worked in classrooms
at Ocotillo Ridge Elementary and Roskruge Bilingual School (K-8)

Related Experience:
United Christian Youth Camp, Leader

Summer & Winter 2011

Supervised, taught instructions, counseled students self-confidence and abilities, scaffold growth,
motivated optimism, and connected students. Ages ranged 5-19 years, focusing on junior high school
students

Leadership Experience:
Historian/Secretary CIAO Italian Community Club

August 2012-2013

Documented and supported occasions, as well as promote and connecting members


Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)

August 2010-April 2012

Public Affairs Assistant, Special Events Officer, Mentor, Arnold Air Society Member
Introduced Detachment's Newspaper -Captured Events Picture/Time line
Boosted Morale Welfare and Recreation of the Wing initiating motivational letters and decor
Constructed Yearbook, Slideshow, Presentations, & Multimedia
Coordinated, planned and organized special events
Facilitated meetings and lessons for incoming cadets, prepared reviews, quizzes, advice
Support Officer Position -Discipline Course -Leadership & Unit Responsibilities
Educating STEM Projects -Network with others across the nation -NY Conclave 2011

Involvement:
Campus: The Last Bully: Stopping Epidemics of Violence Series by Aurora Foundation, Study
Abroad: Arizona in Italy, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, CIAO, Future Teachers Club
Community Service: Assisted Northwest Community Church providing back-packs, hygiene kits,
built an outdoor classroom, restored facilities and provided labor to the students/faculty at Centennial
Elementary & John B. Wright Elementary School, Bens Bells, Tucson Metropolitan Ministry
Services, UA Neighborhood Clean-Up, American Red Cross