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Marcie Callicoat

1620 Beels Court

Batavia, IL 60510

Illinois Type 10: Library Information Specialist
Illinois Type 03: Elementary Education
Middle School Endorsement: Language Arts, Social Science, Mathematics
Masters of Education, Instructional Technology, May 2010
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
Bachelor of Science in Education, Elementary Education, May 2004
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
Math Specialist & Instructional Coach
Glen Ellyn School District 41, 2014 present

Partners with teachers to support best instructional practices and increase student achievement
Facilitate math intervention program
Develop grade level unit assessments, parent documents, and instructional planning guides
Provide professional development activities for teachers and staff
Co-design K-5 Math Fact Fluency program

S.T.E.A.M. Teacher, Level 2 (Grade 3)

Forest Glen Elementary School, Glen Ellyn School District 41, 2013 2014

Responsible for designing instruction, implementing district curriculum and meeting state
standards in Science and Mathematics
Engage students in a 21 century learning environment
Integrate technology and engineering skills with instruction

Fourth Grade Teacher

Forest Glen Elementary School, Glen Ellyn School District 41, 2005 2013

Responsible for designing instruction, implementing district curriculum and meeting state
Engage students in learning and create a safe environment for children
Manage classroom procedures, student behavior, and physical space
Collaborate with grade level teachers, specialists, and administrators
Communicate consistently and professionally with students, parents, and other educators, and
school staff members
Find and use outside resources to enhance the learning experience


Jim Knight Conference on Instructional Coaching, 2015

NCTM Chicago Workshop July 2015
Greg Tang Workshop Fractions, 2015
Greg Tang Workshop Solving Word Problems, 2014
Next Generation Science Standards Workshop, 2013
SIOP (Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol) training with Dennis Terdy, 2011
PLC (Professional Learning Communities) training with Rick DuFoor, 2010
PLC (Professional Learning Communities) training with Mike Mattos, 2009
Childrens Literature Conference, Northern Illinois University, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013
ISLMA (Illinois School Library Media Association) Conference, 2009

Marcie Callicoat
Library Information Specialist (LIS) Internship
Forest Glen Elementary School Library Media Center, Glen Ellyn School District 41, 2009

Attended social studies committee and technology committee meetings with the goal of
incorporating curriculum, technology, and information literacy
Analyze and deselect materials in the 900s and fiction collection
Selected $5,000 of non-fiction for grades K-5 to support social studies curriculum
Designed a new floor plan to achieve a more organized space and multiple meeting places for
students and staff

Summer School Teacher

District 41 Summer School, Math Intervention & Science, 2011
District 41 Summer School, Reading & Writing Intervention, 2010
College of DuPage, Youth Education, 2006

New Lenox School District 122, Oster-Oakview Middle School, 2004 2005

Performed with a collaborative team of teachers and specialists

Educated and supported students receiving special education
Worked as a one on one instructor and active communicator between home and school

Karen Carlson
Assistant Superintendent of Teaching, Learning, & Accountability
Glen Ellyn District 41
Central Services Office
793 North Main Street
Glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137

Mary Hornacek, Principal

Forest Glen Elementary School
Forest Glen School
561 Elm Street
Glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137

Christina Kellam, Problem Based Learning Coach

Glen Ellyn District 41
Central Services Office
793 North Main Street
Glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137

Lynna Hildner, Math Coach

Churchill School
240 Geneva Road
Glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137

Marcie Callicoat

M.S. Instructional Technology

Northern Illinois University
Certification: Library Information Specialist
Course List
(42 Graduate hours)
Reference, Theory & Practice
Instructional Media & Technology
Organization of School Library Materials
Online Searching
Library Materials for Children
Introduction to Education Research
Web-Based Learning
Pro-seminar in Instructional Technology
Visual Literacy
Information Access & Social Responsibility
Media for Young Adults
100 clock hours of Clinical Experience - Forest Glen Library Media Center
Passed the Illinois State Exam for Library Information Specialist
Test framework includes:
Information Access and Delivery
Teaching and Learning
Program Administration

Technology Skills
SMART Board Certified Trainer
iPads and Apps in the classroom
Classroom websites, wikis, and blogs
Classroom Communication via
Twitter, Facebook, Edmodo, Google
Production programs such as
PhotoStory, Movie Maker, Audacity,
WebBlender, Adobe Photoshop

Math Task Force Leader
Parent Engagement Presenter
Building Leadership Team
iPad APP Task Force
PLC Team Leader

Using video and digital cameras in

the classroom
Google Apps (email, docs, sharing,
maps, & other tools)
Online Reference Resources
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel,
Publisher, PowerPoint)
Internet Safety (familiar with Internet
Safety Act, 2009)

D41 STEAM Committee

Techno-Blast Instructor & Planning
Piloted 21st Century Classroom