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Sandy Goodale________________________________________________________________

180 Stony Hill Rd.


Wilbraham, MA 01095
(413)627-4274
psgoodale@yahoo.com

OBJECTIVE:
To obtain a teaching position, where I can utilize my skills to ensure students have a successful
educational experience.
EDUCATION:
Springfield College, Springfield, MA
Master of Education in Educational Studies, May 2008
License: Elementary Education, 1-6, Special Education, Moderate disabilities, PreK-8
Passed all sections of MA Tests for Educator Licensure
Certified in RETELL
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Minor in Portuguese, May 2003
EMPLOYMENT
Teacher, Springfield Public Schools, Ma
August 2013-Present
Work teaching fourth grade ELA, math, science, and social studies
Write lesson plans with Massachusetts Common Core Frameworks
Follow pacing chart appropriately
Attend/ plan parent conferences
Attend professional development workshops as well as staff meetings
Work closely with fourth grade teachers and other support staff
Prepare students to maximize their performance on ANET/MCAS Testing
Implement appropriate accommodations and modifications for each student
Administer Fountes and Pinnell
Implement Traits Writing Program, Envisions Math, ALEKS, Read Theory, and Khan
Academy
Integrate technology in day to day lessons
Assist in writing IEPs and 504s
Develop and implement Behavior plans
Attend STAT, IEP, 504, and BIP meetings
Plan and coordinate field trips
Complete yearly SEEDS documentation with a Proficient rating every year

Teacher, Sabis International Charter School


August 2008- 2013
Worked teaching sixth grade English
Wrote lesson plans with Massachusetts frameworks
Followed pacing chart appropriately
Attended parent conferences
Attended professional development workshops as well as staff meetings
Worked closely with other middle school teachers and AQC to develop a unity in the
middle school
Prepared students to maximize their performance on Standardized Testing
Implemented appropriate accommodations and modifications for each students individual
needs
Student Teacher, Meadow Brook School, East Longmeadow, MA
January14- May 17, 2008
Worked with second grade on Mathematics, English Language Arts, Science and Social
Studies concepts
Wrote lesson plans with Massachusetts frameworks
Duties included assisting supervising practitioner, as well as teaching lessons without
assistance
Attended parent conferences
Attended professional development workshops as well as staff meetings
Utilized Scott Foresman and Addison Wesley math program
Implemented the use of Harcourt Brace basal readers for the reading program
Responsible for all transitions and duties (lunch count, attendance, office notes, book
orders)
Special Education Teacher, Springfield Public Schools, Springfield, MA
2004-2007
Worked in a .4 pull-out self contained classroom of students with behavioral and learning
disabilities
Worked with grades 1-5 on Mathematics, English Language Arts, Science and Social
Studies concepts
Wrote IEPs and collaborated with administration, parents and counselors
Prepared students to maximize their performance on Standardized Testing
Implemented appropriate accommodations and modifications for each students individual
needs
Wrote lesson plans with Massachusetts frameworks
Used Investigations math program
Used John Collins Writing program
Teacher Assistant, Kathleen Thornton School, Springfield, MA
2000-2004
Supervised emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children
Assisted in day to day classroom activities
Worked one-to-one with students to meet emotional, behavioral and academic needs
QUALIFICATIONS

Studied abroad for a year in Portugal


Bilingual in Portuguese
Trained in the John Collins Writing Program, Traits Writing Program, Success For All
Reading Program, Fountas and Pinnell, RETELL, Envisions Math Program, Traits Writing
Program, and extensive training in Investigations Math Program as well as Social Studies
curriculum
RELEVANT COURSEWORK:
Education Research Project
Contemporary Issues in Education
Children with Disabilities
Literature with Children
Construction Management, Assess Literacy
Foundations and Methods of Research
Behavior Management for School Aged Child
Teaching Reading & Writing in Content Areas
Learning Disabilities

Elementary Practicum
Diverse Population
Lang. Acquisition & Development
Elem. Curriculum Development/Implementation
Multicultural Education
Introduction to Special Education
Educational Assessment & IEP process