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Elizabeth Hancock

4545 WILLIAMS WHARF ROAD, ST. LEONARD, MD 20685


Phone: (443) 975-3238 E-Mail: ELIZABETHROSE331@GMAIL.COM
Website: http://mrshteaches.weebly.com/
Objective
To obtain a teaching position in an Elementary classroom where I can use my education, teaching experiences, and
creativity to help my students reach their academic and social goals.
Education
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Concentration in General Science, May 2015
Licensure
Illinois Professional Educator License, (K-9 Self-contained), May 2015
Maryland Educator Certificate SPC I, (Elementary 1-6, Generic Special Education 1-8), July 2015

Teaching Experience
William W. Hall Academy, Capitol Heights, MD

August 2015-June 2016

Second grade teacher of 32 students in a Title 1 school. Collaborated with another 2nd grade teacher to create small
group teaching time where groups were based on levels instead of class placement. Developed rigorous units of
study that focused on core standards with real world implications where content was differentiated for various
different levels as well as for ESL/ELL students. Maintained excellent family communication and assisted in numerous
programs encouraging parent involvement in the school. Developed differentiated student centers utilizing crosscurriculum content to create guided reading time center rotations where students were actively engaged in
meaningful tasks.
Leal School, Urbana, IL
Student teaching in a diverse

August 2014-May 2015


4th

grade classroom including English language learners. Developed cross curriculum

units of study and interactive lesson plans with accompanying assessments and rubrics. Planned and executed
preparation lessons for new PARCC testing. Worked effectively in a co- teaching placement utilizing various models of
co-teaching. Developed, implemented, and maintained a classroom management and reward system. Assessed
student learning formally and informally using a variety of assessments and grading rubrics. Participated in IEP
meetings and effectively communicated with parents.
Guest Teacher, Shanghai/Beijing, China

December 2013-January 2014

Taught English in rural and urban Chinese schools to various grades from kindergarten to high school. Collaborated
with current and future Chinese educators to plan a leadership workshop. Developed and executed differentiated
lesson plans to engage and challenge each student individually.

Skills and Special Interests


Over 10 years of violin playing experience, with a special interest in incorporating music into core curriculum. Extensive
national and international travel, and a special interest in global education in the classroom.