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Elizabeth D.
Whittier, CA 90602
Harmer (562)556-9105
Elementary School
Teacher ​Eharmer@csu.Fullerton.edu
​www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-harmer-7266341b4 
https://elizabethdharmer.weebly.com/ 


Education
California State University, Fullerton
December 2019
Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, SB 2042

California State University, Chico


May 2018 Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, Minor in Child Development


Experience
Paul Revere Elementary School, ​Anaheim District
8 Week placement
Student Teacher, Sixth Grade GATE
Fall 2019
● Individualized and differentiated student’s curriculum to meet
academic and emotional needs based on Common Core curriculum
● Utilized technology including SmartBoard, Ipads, and Chromebooks,
into lessons to foster interactive learning
● Created lesson plans that stimulated fun learning experiences while
also incorporating STEAM-based curriculum
● Instructed Readers, Writers, and Math workshops

Pacific Drive Elementary School, ​Fullerton District


5 Week Placement
Student Teacher, First Grade
Spring 2019
● Participated in parent-teacher conferences, Created ELD lesson plans
as well as observed IEP meetings
● Implemented lesson plans and classroom policies provided by the
Mentor Teacher
● Planned and collaborated with colleagues in our PLC to make
improvements in teaching best practices
● Conducted 32 students through their writing benchmark assessment


Work Experience
Whittier Friends School​, Whittier, CA
Summer 2018-Present Substitute Teacher, Preschool-Sixth Grade
● Practiced classroom management skills across grade levels to maintain
a safe classroom environment
● Responsible for ensuring that all students fully comprehended the
taught curriculum and provided support to students who required extra
guidance


Professional
Development
California Reading Association Member
October 2020
All the Arts Seminar​, California State University, Fullerton. Hosted by,
Spring 2019
Segerstrom Center for the Arts

ORCA Conference,​ California State University, Fullerton. Orange County


Spring 2019
Reading Association Conference

Better Together Teachers Summit​, California University, Fullerton


Fall 2018