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Patricia Mamrak

16 West 466 Second Avenue


pjmamrak@noctrl.edu
Bensenville, IL 60106

630.880.6533

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OBJECTIVE
To obtain an elementary teaching position using organization and curriculum
skills, differentiated instruction with students, and management strategies to
create an engaging learning environment.

EDUCATION

North Central College, Naperville, IL


June 2016
Bachelor of Arts: Elementary Education
GPA: 3.39/4.0
Illinois State Board of Education Licensure
Professional Educator License
2016
Middle School Endorsement: Social Science

STUDENT TEACHING

Anticipated

Anticipated June

Third/Fourth Grade, Winston Churchill Elementary, Schaumburg, IL


August 2015 December 2015
Planned and taught six weeks of full takeover in a third and fourth multi-grade
classroom
Designed engaging lessons using Common Core State Standards
Successfully completed and passed EdTPA
Presented EdTPA commentaries and data to North Central College education
majors
Involved with Kid Talk, PLC, conference, and content meetings for both
mathematics and literacy
Co-taught various lessons in mathematics and reading classes with cooperating
teacher
Led numerous hands-on science labs that allowed students to scaffold onto prior
knowledge
Provided assistance in leading small group instruction for IEP students in literacy
and mathematics
Participated in weekly District 54 Professional Development whole group and team
sessions
Implemented various classroom management strategies including CHAMPS and
Students versus Teacher
Modeled reading and mathematics strategies designed to engage students before
their independent practice
Applied PBIS strategies and language frequently within the classroom setting
Observed shared mathematics instruction and guided reading lessons in fifth and
sixth grade classroom

Patricia Mamrak
INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE

Fourth Grade, Lincoln Elementary, Addison, IL


June 2015 July
2015
Co-planned and co-taught six weeks of fourth grade ELL literacy and mathematics
content
Collected and analyzed data from students formal and informal assessments and
designed portfolios
Integrated student interests to capture student engagement during shared lessons
and independent work

FIELD EXPERIENCE

Third/Fourth Grade, Winston Churchill Elementary, Schaumburg, IL


April
2015 June 2015
Observed Kid Talk meetings, third and fourth grade literacy class, and
kindergarten classroom
Assisted students one-on-one with guided reading exit slips
Documented behavior recordings of IEP and non-IEP students
Fourth Grade, Cowlishaw Elementary, Naperville, IL
March
2015 June 2015
Completed 25 hour Mathematics Methods practicum
Completed 15 hour Special Education Methods practicum in inclusive setting
Assembled and taught lessons on fractions and decimals
Fourth Grade, Prairie Elementary, Naperville, IL
January
2015 March 2015
Completed 50 hour Literacy Methods practicum
Planned and taught four lessons in fourth grade literacy and writing using
Common Core State Standards
Successfully completed and passed practice EdTPA
Reviewed and graded various assignments used as data collection
Third Grade, Saint Joan of Arc School, Lisle, IL
September 2015
December 2015
Completed 50 hour Literacy Methods practicum
Organized and taught four lessons in third grade literacy
Conferenced one-on-one with students as they worked on reading and writing
assignments
Wrote and instructed various levels of guided reading groups using Common Core
State Standards
Completed a case study on students reading fluency and comprehension
Eighth Grade, Saints Peter and Paul Junior High, Naperville, IL
January
2014 March 2014
Completed 25 hour Social Studies Methods practicum
Created and taught social studies lessons for eighth and sixth grade classes
Monitored students progress on various assignments
Third Grade, Naper Elementary, Naperville, IL
December
2013

Patricia Mamrak
Worked one-on-one with students in mathematics and writing skills
Noted teaching techniques, skills, and strategies used in the classroom
First Grade, O.C. Allen Elementary, Aurora, IL
November
2012
Observed first grade classroom and monitored student work during mathematics
class

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT
SLATE (Student Leaders Association of Teacher Educators), North Central College
2014 (Present)
Served as Secretary, and Vice President, and currently as President
Led various programs for education majors to further their involvement
Orchestrated an annual fundraiser for the program
Teach First, North Central College
September 2012
(Present)
Member of club dedicated to first generation college students who are studying to
be teachers
Attended various workshops designed for education majors
Volunteered for numerous organizations such as PADS (Public Action to Deliver
Shelter)
Utilized North Central College resources to participate in job shadows in local
elementary schools
Study Abroad, North Central College
December 2014
Studied psychology in Italy and Greece
Premier Scholars Program, North Central College
AugustSeptember 2012
Participated in first generation college student program
Relay for Life, North Central College
April 2014
Represented the North Central College Education Department in annual cancer
fundraiser

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Technologies in Education Conference, North Central College
April
2014, January 2015 & 2016
ACI Teacher Induction Academy, North Central College
November
2013
District 54 Professional Development, Winston Churchill Elementary
August 2015 December 2015 Technology Experience includes competency
in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and ActivInspire