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Sarah Camp

602-708-4150
sarahanncamp@gmail.com
Summary Statement:
Passionate teacher candidate currently enrolled in the renowned iTeachAZ Program at Arizona State University. Offer a
proven track record of excellent performance in both clinical experience and academics within the program. Organized,
creative, and invested in maximizing the potential of all students.
Education and Credentials
Arizona State University: Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Dual Certification Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education
4.0 GPA (Deans List Each semester)
Passed APEA Early Childhood Content Knowledge (36) and pursuing other certification exams

Professional Experience
Teacher Candidate at Pima Elementary School (current)
Placed in a SUCCESS classroom working with students with emotional and behavioral disabilities.
Key contributions:
Creating meaningful and thought provoking lessons and activities
Assisting students in practicing coping strategies
Teacher Candidate at Hohokam Traditional School (August 2015 December 2015)
Placed in a kindergarten classroom at Hohokam Traditional School for the Fall 2015 semester of the iTeachAZ program.
Worked with 19 students with varying abilities and developmental levels.
Key contributions:

Creative lesson planning, effective classroom management, and instructional activities in a variety of content
areas.
Established positive relationships with students, families and colleagues.
Lead whole group and small group instruction in a vast array of curricular areas.
Designed and implemented innovative instructional materials to further student learning.
Effectively managed student behavior within the classroom and consistently implement school-wide behavior
management policies.

Intern at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Preschool (January 2015 April 2015)
Placed in an inclusive classroom at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Preschool for the Spring 2015 semester of the
iTeachAZ program. Worked with 10 students with a wide variety of physical and cognitive abilities and disabilities.
Key Contributions:

Implemented innovative techniques for differentiation, accommodation, and behavior management.

Intern at The Hills School and Atelier (September 2014 December 2014)
Placed in an early preschool (age 2 and 3) room at The Hills School and Atelier during the Fall 2014 semester of the
iTeachAZ program. Worked with 8 students on developing social skills and early language skills.
Key Contributions:

Developed lesson plans and activities to be implemented at the preschool level.

Preschool Camp Counselor at Anthem Community Center (Summer 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015) Lead Counselor
Spent several summers throughout college working at the Anthem Community Center. Began in the summer of 2012 as a
standard Camp Counselor, but was promoted in 2013 to be Lead Counselor for the Preschool Summer Camp and
maintained that position for the subsequent years. Worked with children ages 3 to 5 in an active, play-based environment.
Key contributions:

Designed the programs daily schedule.


Created activities, projects and games for the children.
Taught informal lessons on basic social and communication skills.
Facilitated learning with a variety of themes and activities designed to match the weekly theme.

Skills:

Creative Instructional Plans


Classroom Management & Discipline
Strong Academic Feedback
Differentiation
Presenting Instructional Content
Organization and Student Specific Planning

References
Kathy Repp, Kindergarten Teacher
Hohokam Traditional School
Scottsdale, AZ 85257
480-296-9338
krepp@susd.org

Kendra Belanger, SUCCESS Teacher


Pima Elementary School
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
607-765-1540
kbelanger@susd.org

Brienne McDowell, Program Manager


Anthem Community Center
Anthem, AZ 85086
602-677-1127
bmcdowell@anthemcouncil.com