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SARA FARR

E A R L Y C H I L D H O O L D / E L E M E N T A R Y E D U C A T I O N

CONTACT PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

610–585–3880 As an educator, my main objective is to obtain a professional teaching position that


will allow me to develop, maintain, and expand my current skills and abilities. My
Farrmoore1@gmail.com
abilities as an educator have strengthen greatly throughout my education, continual
1349 Piedmont Drive learning, and work experience. My time at Downingtown, and my most recent
Downingtown experience at Collegium has built my confidence as an educator, as well as improve
my teaching strategies, classroom management, and ability to adapt to various
https://sarafarrteachingport students’ needs.
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EDUCATION EXPERIENCE

DOWNINGTOWN WEST THIRD GRADE TEACHER – LEAD/ACADMEIC ADVISOR


HIGH SCHOOL Collegium Charter School / Exton / February 2020 – Present
Downingtown, PA
2002-2006 Provide a safe, nurturing, and developmentally appropriate classroom
environment for students with various learning styles, cultures, and backgrounds.
• Develop and implement differentiated instruction to meet individual
WIDENER UNIVERSITY
BACHELOR OF ARTS- students’ needs, aligned with school curriculum and state standards.
EARLY CHILDHOOD/ • Cultivate professional relationships with students, parents, and
ELEMENTARY ED colleagues to provide an effective home and school connection.
Chester, PA
2006-2010
INSTRUCTIONAL MATH AIDE
KEY SKILLS West Bradford Elementary School / Downingtown / April 2018 –February 2020

Instructs students in a variety of settings to complement, reinforce, and enhance


Critical Thinking classroom instruction and mathematical content material.
• Log daily work and student progress to be reported to the classroom
Differentiation teacher and/or building principal for use in designing appropriate next
steps in instruction.
Troubleshooting • Provide students with instructions and mini lessons to meet individual
students’ needs.
Rigorous & Developmentally
Appropriate Planning ELEMENTARY SUBSTITUTE TEACHING
Substitute Teaching Services, Inc. / Downingtown / September 2018 – Present
Organization
Maintain a safe, and nurturing learning environment that mirrors current
Efficient Communication teachers’ policies, instructions, and motivation. Satisfy the teachers’ needs, as
well as supporting the students’ needs.
Interpersonal Skills
• Deliver professionalism to students and school employees to fulfill
Adaptability teachers’ planned lessons.
• Ability to adapt to numerous environments and teaching strategies.
Time Management • Maintain learning environment of regular teacher.

Self-Assessment
SARA FARR
E A R L Y C H I L D H O O D / E L E M E N T A R Y E D U C A T I O N

ACHIEVEMENTS EXPERIENCE - CONTINUED -

ACADEMIC HONORS LEAD PRESCHOOL TEACHER


Widener University YMCA Daycare / West Chester / February 2012 – November 2012
Spring 2006 - Fall 2006 Facilitate, design, and implement age-appropriate lessons and activities daily
while maintaining a safe and developmentally appropriate environment for
DEAN’S HONOR LIST children.
Widener University • Ability to multi-task while performing all duties/responsibilities.
Spring 2007 – Spring 2010 • Collaborate with co-workers and supervisor to develop appropriate
lessons.
UNDERGRADATE
TEACHING AWARD STUDENT TEACHING
Widener University Lionville Elementary School / Lionville / Spring 2010

MAGNA CUM LAUDE Collaborate with teachers to design daily lesson plans that meet curriculum
Widener University guidelines and students’ needs.
• Initiate, plan, and implement an assortment of lessons ,activities, and
instructions based on school district curriculum, PA Standards, INTASC
ACTIVITIES
Principles, and Bloom’s Taxonomy.
• Provide motivation and establish appropriate classroom management
High School Wrestling that promote a safe, positive learning environment for students.
Manager (2002-2005)
SERVICE LEARNING
Undefeated Adult Dodgeball Various Locations / Delaware and Chester County / Spring 2007-Fall 2009
Champions (2013-2014)
Facilitate lessons in a variety of subjects including Language Arts, Math, Science,
Adult Softball League (2013) and Social Students; along with a variety of ages/grades, ranging from Pre-K
through 5th grade.
Runner up Adult Kickball
League (2014) REFERENCES

Boxing and Crossfit


NANCY NORWOOD MARIE PITSIKOULIS
(2007-2014) Learning Support Aide Instructional Math Aide
West Bradford Elementary West Bradford Elementary
West Chester Women’s
610-384-9030 Ext. 6921 484-678-6567
Auxiliary (2018-current) Nnorwood@dasd.org Mariepits4@gmail.com

INTERESTS
MICHELLE CARTER LAUREN LILLEY
Graphic Design 4th Grade Teacher Owner/Director (Previously YMCA)
West Bradford Elementary Arbor Learning Academy, Malvern
Crafting/Painting 610-384-9030 ext. 6935 484-787-9046
mcarter@dasd.org Arborlearningacademy@gmail.com
Reading

Fitness
SARA FARR
E A R L Y C H I L D H O O D / E L E M E N T A R Y E D U C A T I O N

610–585–3880
REFERENCES - CONTINUED -

Farrmoore1@gmail.com ROBIN LETTS


NANCY KIMBALL
4th Grade Teacher Literacy Specialist
1349 Piedmont Drive
Downingtown West Bradford Elementary Brandywine Wallace Elementary
610-384-9030 ext. 6933 610-942-8950 ext. 4441
nkimball@dasd.org rletts@dasd.org

DANIELLE FRAGALE
Special Education Teacher
Child and Career Development
Center - CCIU
484-880-8897
Daniellef@cciu.org