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Stephanie A.

Burchett Harrison Road Elementary School


8128 Courthouse Road 6230 Harrison Road S. Burchett
Spotsylvania, VA 22551 Fredericksburg, VA 22407
Phone: (540) 507-8400 Phone: (540) 548-4864
(540) 907-7842 Fax: (5409) 548-4863
E-mail Address: saburchett05@gmail.com Website:
sburchett@spotslyvania.k12.va.us http://www.spotsylvania.k12.va.us/harrisonroad
Class Website:
http://mrsburchettlovesteaching.weebly.com
Education

University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, Virginia


Educational Leadership Endorsement, Expected December 2017

University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, Virginia


Master of Education, Concentration: PK-6, December 2012

Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana


Master of Science in Criminology; Concentration: Law Enforcement, May 2010

Georgetown University, Washington, District of Columbia


Paralegal Studies Certification, Summer Intensive Program, September 2009

Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia


Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, Minor: Religious Studies, May 2007

Teaching Certification

Virginia Teaching Licensure, Elementary Education PreK-6, July 1, 2017 June 30, 2022

Professional Experience

3rd Grade Teacher, Harrison Road Elementary School, Spotsylvania, Virginia, August 2012-
present
Designed coherent instruction based on knowledge of subject matter, current instructional
practices, students, the community, and curriculum goals
Incorporated effective and balanced literacy on a daily basis
Created a variety of assessments tailored to students needs; evaluated and gave prompt
feedback; also collected and managed data in order to create responses to intervention for
individual students where needed
Created a 21st Century Learning Model for students to be engaged and meet the Virginia
Standards of Learning for various curriculum areas

Professional Activities

Student Teacher, Anthony Burns Elementary School, Stafford, Virginia, January 2012- May
2012

Darcy Moore, Mentor Teacher 5th Grade


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Developed a Project Based Learning Unit for Westward Migration Unit


Created various forms of assessments for students for the Westward Migration Unit
Combined the reading block with literature circles to encourage further student
discussion on Westward Migration
Incorporated effective and balanced literacy
Planed and instructed various units to meet VA SOLs for 5th grade
Used various teaching methods, technology, and other hands on activities to engage
students

Emily Machi, Mentor Teacher Kindergarten


Developed lessons for all content areas
Taught Guided Reading to four different reading groups
Introduced word sorts to four groups of students on varied learning levels
Planned and instructed various units to meet VA SOLs for Kindergarten
Used various teaching methods, technology, and other hands-on activities to engage
students
Assisted in preparing students for K2 Math Assessment

Practicum Student, Harrison Road Elementary School, March 2011


Developed individual student behavior plan for a student with special needs
Identified and established an area in need of a routine regarding classroom management
Performed an Informal Reading Inventory that included a running record and miscued
analysis
Used various teaching methods including integrative model, observation/prediction, and
direct instruction, while incorporating technology and other hands-on activities.

Collaborative Initiatives and Leadership

Facilitator for 3rd Grade Science Curriculum Map, August 2016-June 2017
Assisted teachers in creating and planning project based learning units for their
classrooms
Guided teachers in creating Weebly Websites to utilize in their classroom to match the
Science curriculum being covered and discussed the best way to use the website in the
classroom

3rd Grade Level Lead, Harrison Road Elementary, August 2013- June 2016
Organized and orchestrated planning meetings for grade level curriculum
Created schedules for curriculum to ensure all material would be covered in a timely
manner
Trained grade level teachers on Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System
Assisted in organization and structure of After School SOL Remediation
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In-services, Workshops, or Conferences

Spotsylvania County Math Initiative Chromebook Pilot, August 2016-June 2017


Harrison Road Elementary School, Facilitator Guided Math Instruction in the Elementary
Classroom, August 2015
Theoretical Models and Strategies for Teaching High Ability and Gifted Learners, June August
2015
Word Study Training, Spotsylvania, Virginia, November 2014
Benchmark Literacy Training, Spotsylvania, Virginia, July 15, 2014
Educational Leadership Conference, Spotsylvania, Virginia, June 26, 2014
Interactive Achievement, Spotsylvania, Virginia, October 7, 2013
Spaces and Places with Debbie Diller, July 9-10, 2013
Lucy Calkins Units of Study for Teaching Writing, June 17, 2013
Guided Reading in Grades Three, Four, and Five, September 24, 2012-January 7, 2013
Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System Training (3-5), December 14, 2012
Harrison Road Elementary School Grade 3 Professional Learning Community, September 13,
2012
Literacy Workstations 3-5 with Debbie Diller, September 7, 2012

Curriculum Development

3rd Grade Science Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide for Spotsylvania County, June 2015
present
Locate resources for 3rd grade teachers to use in the county
Create alternative assessments for teachers to utilize in their classroom
Create assessments on Powerschool
Unpack standards and determine the Power Standards for 3rd Grade Science

Extra-Curricular Activities

After School SOL Remediation Tutor, Harrison Road Elementary School, February 2017-April
2017
Provided intensive small group, one-on-one instruction, and support for students in
compliance with the VA SOLs for 3rd grade reading

After School SOL Remediation Tutor, Harrison Road Elementary School, March 2013-April
2013
Provided intensive small group, one-on-one instruction, and support for students in
compliance with the VA SOLs for 3rd grade reading and math

After School SOL Remediation Tutor, Harrison Road Elementary School, March 2014-April
2014
Provided intensive small group, one-on-one instruction, and support for students in
compliance with the VA SOLs for 3rd and 5th grade reading
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Other Work Experience

Paralegal, Project Addressing Prison Rape, Washington College of Law, Washington, DC,
08/2009 05/2012
Researched statutes related to statutory rape, sexual assault, and sexual abuse while in
custody.
Prepared statistics and charts on all fifty states and surrounding territories related to sexual
assault, sexual abuse, statutory rape, and the exploitation of children.
Researched, prepared and wrote Graphic Novel publications related to youth as victims in the
juvenile system.

Paralegal, Brown & Associates, PLLC., Washington, DC, 07/2010-03/2011


Intake coordinator for Special Education law firm.
Interviewed potential clients to gauge the special needs services their children were not
receiving from District of Columbia Public Schools System and assigned clients to legal
teams.
Created and maintained files for new clients as well as all active, inactive, and closed
cases.

Graduate Assistant, Software Application Specialist, Center for Instruction Research and
Technology, Indiana State University, June 2008
Assisted the Faculty Development and Instructional Design staff with preparing
documents for online courses to be untilize on Blackboard course site
Assisted faculty in the Digital Sandbox
Provided receptionist duties, such as answering the phone and preparing the conference
area for workshops.

Awards and Honors

Extra Mile Award from the Special Education Advisory Committee, 2014

Debbie Diller Spaces and Places Classroom Make-Over, July 10, 2013

New Teacher of the Year, Harrison Road Elementary School, 2013-2014

Inducted into Teachers of Promise, March 2012

Affiliations

Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Member of the National Education Association

Member of the Spotsylvania Education Association