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Shannon M.

Hageman
shannon_hageman@hotmail.com
TEACHING
COMPETENCIES

English
Expertise in creative writing
Comprehensive knowledge of relevant teaching laws and regulations
Incorporates technology to enhance teaching and learning
Collaborates to improve education and ever-changing curriculum
Establishes ideas and skills to encourage writing across all content areas
Self- motivated, organized, interactive team member

EXTRACURRICULAR
INTERESTS

Journalism, Literary Magazine


Drama
Student Council
National Honor Society
Service Learning

DEGREE

Bachelor of Arts: Majors in English and Secondary Education


College of St. Mary, Omaha, Nebraska, May 2015 Summa Cum Laude

TEACHING
EXPERIENCES

English Teacher:

8th-12th Grade English, Fremont Learning Center


Fremont, NE, 2015- Current.

Student Teaching: 12th Grade Composition, Elkhorn High School,


Elkhorn, NE, Spring 2015.
Student Teaching: 10th Grade Regular/ Honors English, Elkhorn High
School, Elkhorn, NE, Spring, 2015.
Practica: In excess of 200 hours:
Omaha South High School, 9th Grade Literacy Skills, Fall 2014
Yutan Jr/ Sr High School, 9th-12th Grade English, Spring 2014
Bishop Neumann Jr/Sr High School, 7th-12th Grade English
Creative Writing, Fall 2013
Yutan Jr/Sr High School, 7th Grade English, 7-12 Special Education

RELATED
EXPERIENCES
HONORS

Implements Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) to reach academic


and social goals in an alternate education classroom
Promotes and establishes interdisciplinary unit planning opportunities
Creation of classroom activities and assignments that are appropriate to students' learning
ability
Instigation, cultivation and mediation of classroom discussions
Recording daily attendance and tracking makeup work
Promptly communicating and consulting with the parents of students
Addressing all re-teaching opportunities and student inadequacy promptly and
effectively
Marking and observing every students' work and setting targets for future progress
Developing lifelong learning skills to be used in and out of the classroom
Differentiating lesson planning for all learning abilities
Builds lessons and activities that engage student involvement
Creative flexibility to modify plans and react professionally in high pressure/stressful
situations
Volunteer as youth educator at church- 4th-8th grade, 2012-current
Homework Club, Crestview, Spring 2014
Customer Service Manager\ Trainer, Wal-Mart, 2007-2012

Dean's List, College of St. Mary, Fall/ Spring 2012, 2013,2014,2015


Attracting Excellence to Teaching Program (AETP) Award 2014-2015
Sigma Phi Sigma Nomination, 2014, 2015
Spirit of Saint Mary Nomination, 2015
Professional portfolio and references are available upon request