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Rebecca A.

Morgan
32 Taylors Hill Way, Fredericksburg, VA 22405 (540)907-1789 ramorgan12@yahoo.com

EDUCATION
GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY, FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA
M.Ed., Literacy: K-12 Reading Specialist, 2015-Present
Current GPA, 4.0
GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY, PHOENIX, ARIZONA
B. S., Elementary Education, June 2009
Graduated Summa Cum Laude, 3.9 GPA
Attended from March 2007- June 2009 earning 138 credit hours
WESTERN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, PHOENIX, ARIZONA
A.A., Business, June 2006
HOWARD HIGH SCHOOL, ELLICOTT CITY, MARYLAND
Diploma, May 1994

STUDENT TEACHING Jan-Apr 2009


Carroll Manor Elementary School, 5624 Adamstown Rd., Adamstown, MD
Shannon Hogeback, Teacher 240-236-3800
I successfully completed a 4-month student teaching program in a 1st grade class room.
During this experience, I learned many things including interpreting IEP forms to ensure
that my instructional strategies met the needs of the special education students in my
class.

CERTIFICATION AREAS- Virginia


Elementary Education (VA), Valid 2017-2022
Reading Specialist Certificate, 2017

WORK EXPERIENCE
Hybla Valley Elementary, 3415 Lockheed Blvd, Alexandria, VA 22306 July 2012-Present
Dr. Lauren Sheehy, Principal 703-718-7000
2nd Grade Teacher, General Education
Prepared differentiated instruction for a class of 17-19 ESOL students, in a Title 1 school,
who range in reading ability from a Kindergarten level to 3rd grade.
Prepared and administered Tier 1 and Tier 2 level interventions to struggling students.
Advocated for low income students and their families to ensure they receive the
appropriate support within the building and the community.
Used Responsive Classroom training to maintain an orderly classroom so that maximum
learning can occur.
Attended IEP meetings and provided accommodations for students with IEPs.
Collaborated with team members, support staff, literacy coaches, resource teachers and
administration on a weekly basis.
Analyzed data and assessments in order to create flexible groupings for both Math and
Reading instruction.
Hybla Valley Elementary School, 3415 Lockheed Blvd, Alexandria, VA 22306 2013-2016
Dr. Lauren Sheehy, Principal 703-718-7000
SIP Representative, Leadership Team
Represented 2nd grade team on SIP (School Improvement Plan) board
Prepared agenda for weekly team meetings
Attended monthly board meetings
Acted as liaison between team and administration
Provided input to make decisions for the betterment of the school
Reviewed school-wide data
Helped create a plan to meet school-wide goals

Urbana Elementary, 3554 Urbana Pike, Frederick, MD 21704 Aug 2011 Jun 2012
Jan Hollenbeck, Principal 240-236-2200
2nd Grade Teacher, General Education
Prepared differentiated lesson plans for students with a wide range of abilities, from 3rd
grade readers to 1st grade readers.
Provided support and accommodations to ensure that all students in my classroom with
IEPs met their goals.
Incorporated technology into my classroom
Worked cooperatively with team members, administration, and parents to offer my
students the best education possible

Liberty Elementary, 11820 Liberty Road, Frederick, MD 21701 Jan-Apr 2010


Jerry DeGrange, Principal 240-236-1800
Long-Term Substitute/Co-Math Teacher
As a co-math teacher, I had the opportunity to prepare and teach math lessons to students
in grades K, 1, 3, and 5, adapting and modifying instruction as necessary.
Long-Term Substitute/4th Grade Apr-Jun 2010
This assignment provided me with an opportunity to teach skills such as spelling,
grammar, punctuation, and writing.

Monocacy Valley Montessori School, 217 Dill Ave, Frederick, MD 21701 Sept 2009- Jan 2010
Meg Bowen, Principal 301-668-5013
Long-Term Substitute/Grades 1-3
In addition to managing a classroom, I became proficient at many administrative skills
during this assignment including how to prepare report cards, maintaining attendance
records, grades, and a filing system.

Carroll Manor Elementary, 5624 Adamstown Road, Adamstown, MD Sept-Dec 2008


Emmylou Daniels, Special Ed Teacher 240-236-3800
Special Education Instructional Assistant
Worked one-on-one with a student who has special needs, Used written communication
to convey the students needs, concerns, and progress to the administration and assist in
finding strategies to meet the students goals which were listed in the state-regulated
Individualized Education Plan (IEP).