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Ahna M.

8690 So. Escalade Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
Cell: 801-597-6161 Email: ahnapb@gmail.com
B.S. Elementary Education December 2018
University of Utah

A.S. General Studies May 2017

Salt Lake Community College

Utah Elementary Teaching License (Applied For) December 2018

Teaching Experience
Philo T. Farnsworth Elementary School West Valley City, Utah
Student Teacher Aug. 2018–Present
• Teach a second-grade class of 27 ethnically diverse students in a
Title 1 School; class included gifted and talented, ADHD, autism
spectrum and speech impediment students
• Assessed literacy using DIBELS and running records
• Successfully Integrated arts and science into lessons
• Taught the gifted reading group
• Completed report cards, comments, and held parent-teacher
• Created PBG (Proficiency Based Grading) Assessments in math
• Developed and implemented a classroom management system
• Successfully communicated with parents using the Remind app
• Worked with students one-on-one, small groups and whole group
• Implemented interventions, gathered and recorded data to track
students' progress
• Worked collaboratively with school staff and the second-grade team
• Attended 504's and IEP meetings

Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District Ketchikan, Alaska

Substitute Teacher, Kindergarten – 6th Grade Nov. 2014–Dec. 2015
Instructional Paraprofessional, Summer School, Grades 1 and 2 June 2014–July 2014

Houghtaling Elementary School Ketchikan, Alaska

Intensive Paraprofessional – Grades 1 and 2 Dec. 2013–Oct. 2014

Madeleine Choir School Salt Lake City, Utah

Substitute Teacher, Kindergarten – 8th Grade Sept. 2017–Aug. 2018

• American Sign Language: Two years of college-level ASL classes resulting in basic fluency
• Next Steps: University of Utah Reading Clinic intervention model designed for struggling readers
"stuck" between mid-1st and end 2nd grade levels.
• Early Steps: University of Utah Reading Clinic intervention model designed for at-risk, beginning
readers who read at or below primer level.
• The MANDT System: Prevention and de-escalation skills necessary to effectively manage a
potentially negative or even dangerous situation in a classroom