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Mark Bieganowski Email: Teaching Objective: To create a fair and equal learning environment for students.

Education: Graduate School: University of New England: Literacy K-12 (12) Classes Taken: EDU 600: EDU 620: EDU 615: EDU 740: EDU 744: EDU 741: EDU 742: Teacher as a Leader Differentiation Theory and Strategy Motivational Theory & Classroom Management Supplemental Literacy Development For all Learners Meeting Student Literacy Challenges Literacy Assess as Teaching Tools Study Skill and Content Literacy Instruction

I am currently taking EDU 690 and 695. State University of New York College at Cortland Childhood Education (1-6). (09) Mohawk Valley Community College (fall 2004-Spring 2006) Childhood Education (1-6). Teaching experiences: Student Teaching: Fall 2009 Harts Hill Elementary School (September 6th October 23rd) General Herkimer Elementary School (October 26th- December 23rd) Substitute Teaching Spring 2009, 2010 Substitute Teacher in the New Hartford, Utica, and Whitesboro elementary schools. Schools: Bradley, Myles, Hugh R. Jones, Columbus, Albany, Watson Williams, Kernan, Thomas Jefferson, E.R Hughes, John F. Hughes. Grades k-5, physical education, special education, remedial reading, AIS.

Observation and Practicum Hours F.E. Smith Elementary School Homer, New York 75 hour practicum (First grade) (Fall 2008) Observed a variety of lessons, and helped/interacted by helping students with math, writing and reading. Worked with students one on one, helping them complete work that they were having difficulty with. Created and taught two lessons on different curricular subjects.

Barry Elementary School, Cortland, New York 25 hours of classroom observation (Second grade) (Spring 2008) Observed a variety of lessons.

Interacted with students by helping them complete worksheets and answering questions. Corrected student work.

Robert E. Myles Elementary School, New Hartford, New York 25 Hours of observation in grades 4 and 1. Observed teachers that I had for fourth grade. Corrected student work.

Hugh R. Jones elementary school, Utica New York Observed second, third, and fourth grade classrooms.

Related work experience Clinton Road Summer Camp- Myles elementary school, New Hartford, New York. (Summers of 2003, 2004, 2005). Coached baseball team and worked with kids on baseball skills in practices. Engaged in daily activities with children from ages 6-12, such as foosball, Noc Hockey, basketball and arts & crafts. Took field trips with fellow counsellors and children, where I was put in charge of a small group of children for the duration of the time spent at each destination.

Work Experience Friendlys (Server): Sanger town Square, New Hartford, New York (January 2011-December 2011). Chanatrys Market: French Road, Utica New York. (September 2003-January 2011). Worked as a customer service clerk for the first couple months bagging groceries. Worked as a produce clerk 20-35 hours per week, stocking a produce cooler, as well as floor displays. In charge of running the department during night shifts, assisting customers, responsible for keeping the department up, and closing the department before I left. I also formed many great relationships with fellow employees. Developed working skills and communication skills by interacting with employees and customers.

P&C Market- Homer Ave. Cortland, New York. (September 2007-May 2008). Worked in various departments stocking groceries. On Saturdays I was in charge of working in the Dairy Department, unloading stock and filling the department. On Tuesdays and Thursdays I worked with fellow employees stocking grocery shelves and breaking down pallets of stock.

Workshops Project Wet, Project Wild, S.A.V.E, and C.A.R. Activities/Achievements:

Graduated From SUNY Cortland on May 16, 2009 Received Bachelors of Science degree from SUNY Cortland in March 2010. Earned NYS teaching certificate for grades 1-6 in March 2010. Earned a first degree black belt, after an eight year commitment, at Y.J George School of Tae Kwon Do. (Age 13)