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Lauren E.

Marple
Towson, MD É laurenemarple@gmail.com É (240) 676-0332
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science, Dual Certification in Early Childhood Special Education May 2019
Towson University, Towson, MD
Cumulative GPA: 3.08
CERTIFICATIONS

• PRAXIS II (5025): Early Childhood Education • PRAXIS II (5621): Principles of Learning and Teaching
• PRAXIS II (5354): Special Education: Core Knowledge in Early Childhood
and Applications • CPR and First Aid Certified

FIELD EXPERIENCE
Perry Hall Elementary School (BCPS), Perry Hall, MD
Student Teacher – General Education Classroom, 2nd Grade February 2019 – Present
– Special Education/Inclusion, Pre-K – 1st Grade September 2018 – February 2019
• Instructed students in small, pull-out groups to meet IEP goals in the areas of reading, phonics, and comprehension,
using the evidence-based programs Orton-Gillingham, Wilson Fundations, and Visualizing & Verbalizing
• Analyzed assessment data to determine students’ strengths and needs in order to create measurable and attainable goals
and objectives for Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)
• Created a personalized social story using the Carol Gray model, which was implemented as a Tier 2 positive behavior
intervention support for a student with disruptive classroom behavior
• Introduced “lunch bunch” times with students and attended extracurricular weekend events within the school community
• Designed a brain break area using hallway wall space in a kindergarten wing of the school

Dayton Oaks Elementary School (HCPSS), Dayton, MD November – December 2017


Student Teacher – Special Education, Pre-K
• Instructed students with intellectual disabilities and developmental delays alongside typical peers in whole group, small group,
and one-on-one settings
• Gathered and analyzed data based on students’ progress towards IEP goals and objectives

Halstead Academy (BCPS), Parkville, MD – Title I School September – November 2017


Student Teacher – Special Education/Inclusion, Pre-K – 4th Grade
• Collaborated with general educators to develop and implement adapted materials and curriculum for students with IEPs
• Taught phonics and mathematics intervention small groups outside of the general education setting

Baltimore County Infants and Toddlers Program (BCPS), Baltimore, MD February – May 2017
Student Teacher – Infants and Toddlers
• Coached and advised families to use strategies that will support their children’s strengths, challenges, and needs
• Guided children’s progress towards IFSP goals by using emergent curriculum, facilitating meaningful and goal-oriented play
• Updated a popular children’s book to create the book Brown Boat, Brown Boat, to be used in an early childhood unit on
transportation
Battle Grove Elementary School (BCPS), Dundalk, MD – Title I School September – December 2016
Student Teacher – EC-OGE 4 (Special Education/Inclusion Pre-K)
RELATED EXPERIENCE
Montgomery Parks (M-NCPPC), Wheaton, MD
Camp Director February 2016 – Present
Camp Counselor June 2014 – January 2016
• Differentiate activities to accommodate the wide variety of ages (6-12), abilities, and interests within the camp
• Lead a staff of six camp counselors; Share ideas, delegate responsibilities, lead training meetings, and assess performance
on a bi-weekly basis
• Designed a weekly flyer to be able to communicate important information to families more effectively
• gather and organize camper paperwork, and document important information
Halstead Academy, Parkville, MD October – December 2016
Lunch Bunch Math Tutor
• Taught multiplication strategies to fourth grade students based on their individual strengths, challenges, and learning styles
• Assessed students’ knowledge and monitored their progress
Private Family, Randallstown, MD September 2015 – May 2018
Nanny/Au Pair
• Prepared child for preschool and kindergarten learning environments by engaging in meaningful and curiosity-driven
activities both at home and within the community
• Encouraged positive behavior by using effective praise and dramatic play
Barrie Day Camp, Silver Spring, MD April – August 2013
Camp Counselor
Rockville High School, Rockville, MD August 2012 – May 2013
Student Intern – Autism/Learning for Independence Program

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

• Towson University ECSE 452 Seminar Spring 2019


Sharon Ward – Conscious Discipline; Restorative Practices
• Halstead Academy Professional Development Fall 2017
Dara Feldman – Restorative Practices; The Virtues Project
• MD’s Annual Council for Exceptional Children Professional Development Conference Spring 2017
Matt Barinholtz – Makerspaces; Darlene Fewster – Twice-Exceptional Learners
• Towson University’s Annual Special Education Alumni Series Spring 2017
Billy Burke – UDL in Action; Toni Lynn Ambrose – Executive Function
• Honestly Autism Day Spring 2017
Chris Ulmer – Special Books for Special Kids

HONORS

• Alpha Gamma Delta 2016-2017 • Cultural Diversity Scholarship 2013-2017


• Honors College 2013-2017 • Recipient of 4 academic scholarships 2013-2016