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Kathryn L.

Rohn

918 Judson Ave. Evanston, IL 60202 847.404.1105 kathryn.rohn@gmail.com
Electronic Portfolio: www.krohn.weebly.com

EDUCATION: Judson University, Elgin, IL, June 2014
Master of Education in Literacy (GPA 4.0/4.0)

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, May 2010
Bachelor of Arts (GPA 3.95/4.0)
Major in Special Education and Language Arts
12 Post-Graduate Credits: 20102011

CERTIFICATION: Elementary Education (Self Contained General Education)
Learning Behavior Specialist I

ENDORSEMENTS: Language Arts
Reading (currently finishing)
Social Studies (currently finishing)


TEACHING Instructional Resource Teacher: Emerson Middle School, District 64,
EXPERIENCE: Niles, IL (2011present)
Responsible for designing, planning, and implementing the RTI reading
interventions for Tier 3 students in grades 7 and 8.
Assess student achievement using MAP, STAR, QRI, and AIMs Web.
Incorporate technology to increase students independence.
Develop, write, and lead IEP meetings with parents and other
professionals.
Create behavioral intervention plans with appropriate rewards and
consequences.
Engage in weekly dialogue with parents, teachers and administrators.
Adapt middle school curriculum materials to suit students with emotional
impairments and learning disabilities.
Manage check-in and check-out program for at-risk students.
Co-teach math and language arts classes.

TEACHING 5
TH
-Grade Special Education Intern: Washington Woods School, Holt,
INTERNSHIP: Michigan (January 2011May 2011)
Managed a caseload of students with varying disabilities by developing
IEPs and participating in IEP meetings.
Administered assessments including norm-referenced, criterion-based,
and informal measures.
With full immersion, co-taught in all classes to differentiate and support
students.

5
th
-Grade Classroom Intern: Washington Woods School, Holt, Michigan
(August 2010December 2010)
Taught 5
th
-grade math, science, and language arts using the gradual
release of responsibility model.
Implemented Tier 2 interventions one-on-one and in small groups.
Adapted lessons to meet the varying skills levels of students.
Managed and updated a website to stay connected with parents.
Utilized a Smart Board to create dynamic and interactive lessons.
2
nd
-Grade Classroom Volunteer: Atwood Elementary School, Lansing,
Michigan (September 2009May 2010)
Taught and observed two days a week.
Designed centered-based differentiated instruction in language arts and
math.
Developed Functional Behavioral Assessment and Behavioral
Intervention Plan for a student.

Pre-Kindergarten Volunteer: Gier Park Elementary School, Lansing,
Michigan (January 2009April 2009)
Taught and observed one day a week.
Progress monitored students development in phonological awareness.
Administered literacy assessments and conducted observations to
compiled child study report.

4
th
/5
th
self-contained ED Student Volunteer: Averill Elementary School,
Lansing, Michigan (September 2008December 2008)
Taught and observed one day a week.
Analyzed student behavior to compile Functional Behavioral
Assessment.

3
rd
-grade Volunteer: Hunting Ridge Elementary School, Palatine, IL, (May
June 2007, 2008, 2009)
Collaborated and taught small group lessons in 3
rd
-grade general
education classroom.
Used Wilson Language Training program to help struggling students
decode.

3
rd
-grade High School Intern: Hunting Ridge Elementary School, Palatine,
Illinois (September 2005June2006)
Taught and observed daily in afternoon with mentor and 2006 Golden
Apple winner.
Designed, planned, and implemented lessons in reading, math, and
social studies.
Worked one-on-one and with small groups of students with IEPs


Tutor, East Lansing, Michigan (February 2010May 2011)
Tutored twice a week with middle school student in all content areas.
Taught self-advocacy skills and collaborated with students teachers.

Nanny, Hoffman Estates, Illinois (Summers and Semester breaks2007,
2008, 2009)
Widowed Father with 2 girls.
Managed the household, transportation, and meals.
Assisted girls with daily homework and activities.


Illinois Reading Council
International Reading Association
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Illinois Education Association

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Graduated with High Honors
Jennie E. Eason Special Education Scholarship
Deans List Michigan State University every semester
MSU Club Soccer Team-Nationally Ranked, 2006 MVP
Kappa Delta Sorority-National Panhellenic Sorority
Order of Omega-Greek Leadership Honor Society


Presenter: Illinois Reading Council State Conference (October 2014)
Panelist for documentary Race to Nowhere for District 15 and
Illinois PTA state convention




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