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Danielle Gangloff

(804) 205-8618
dgangloff@radford.edu
www.dgangloff.weebly.com

KEY SKILLS & Create a positive classroom environment, monitor student success, implement effective
ABILITIES instructional strategies consistent with objectives, meet the individual needs of students

EDUCATION Radford University, Radford, VA


Master of Science in Education: Early Childhood/Special Education May 2018
GPA 4.0
Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies May 2017

LICENSURE & Early Childhood/Special Education


CERTIFICATION PK-3 and Birth-5 years old

TEACHING Student Teacher: McHarg Elementary January-May 2018


EXPERIENCE Radford City Public Schools, Radford, VA
 Planned and implemented instruction for 8 weeks
 Utilized technology to enhance and assess student learning
 Collaborated and co-planned with cooperating professional
 Utilized a Universal Design of Learning (UDL) framework in order to reach
every individual students’ needs

Student Teacher: Green Valley Elementary August-December 2017


Roanoke County Public Schools, Roanoke, VA
 Planned, implemented, and assessed instruction for 8 weeks
 Utilized technology to enhance student learning and monitor students IEP’s
 Facilitated a parent-teacher conference
 Assisted cooperating teacher with PALS testing to assess alphabet knowledge
 Chaperoned and organized field trips
 Developed and implemented an action research project on a student’s IEP goal
 Attended IEP meetings

Early Field Experience Student Intern: Auburn Elementary January-May 2017


Montgomery County Public Schools, Riner, VA
 Planned and implemented a week long instructional unit on water
 Developed formative and summative assessments to measure student learning
on a water unit
 Led reading groups following Fountas and Pinnell to determine student reading
level

Special Education Student Intern: Morningside Elementary October-December 2016


Roanoke City Public Schools, Roanoke, VA
 Developed IEP At a Glance and collected data and monitored student progress
toward IEP goals
 Used Tools of the Mind curriculum in daily instruction
 Used a variety of low tech materials for a student with autism

Student Intern: Critzer Elementary January-May, 2016


Pulaski County Public Schools, Pulaski, VA
 Led weekly small group remediation sessions for additional support
 Used SmartBoard to enhance instruction in the classroom
Student Intern September-December, 2015
Rainbow Riders Child Care, Blacksburg, VA
 Collaborated with staff on a weekly basis
 Integrated Creative Curriculum into children’s play

CARREER RELATED
EXPERIENCE Dance Camp Teacher July-August 2017
Concert Ballet of Virginia, Ashland, VA
 Led daily sessions of different styles of dance to 7-10 year olds
 Worked with students of all ability levels

Preschool Teacher Aide October 2015-May 2017


Pathway Christian Academy, Christiansburg, VA
 Conduct lessons when lead teachers are absent
 Manage daily classroom activities
 Assist with day to day classroom needs

PROFESSIONAL - SVEA (Student Virginia Education Association)


AFFILIATIONS - VSTE, VSRA (State Organizations)

PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT -Participated in a simSchool research study, Fall 2016
-Teaching, Leading, Collaborating Symposium, December 2016
-Interprofessional Education and Practice Symposium, November 2016
-Engaging Digital Citizenship, October 2016
-Literacy: What’s in your toolbox?, October 2016
-Using Assessment to Make Meaningful Decisions about Teaching and Learning, March
2015

ACCOMPLISHMENTS Dean’s List Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall
2017
Early Intervention Specialist, December 2016