Kristen Mattson

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I designed this pamphlet for the public library in our community to serve as a quick guide for students from our district who were researching and writing there. Sections of the pamphlet cover: source selection, why we cite material, parts of an
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An 'All About Me' assignment that can be given to students who will collaborate with your classroom wikispace. The assignment is meant to familiarize the student with the layout of wikispaces and the general process for creating a page. Note:
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Teachers can use wikispaces as a way to set up their own classroom website. Perks of a site include increased communication to parents and students, the ability to invite students to collaborate on the site with you, areas for discussion threads,
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An easy to follow guide for students of any age using Microsoft Word 2010. Tips include how to insert a heading, header and page numbers, how to select the proper font, size, and margins as directed by MLA format and how to create hanging indents
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For schools that subscribe to EBSCOhost, this easy to follow guide will help students narrow a search and cite the information they use. Includes step by step directions with screen captures. EBSCOhost is not a free database. This guide is only
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I spent the first five years of my career teaching eighth grade language arts which consisted of instruction in reading, writing, grammar, speaking and listening. After completing my Master's degree in Instructional Design and Technology, I took a position as the LRC director in a 9-12 building. I now teach a variety of lessons on instructional technology, help teachers locate relevant resources for their classroom, and act as an instructional coach as teachers transition to the Common Core State Standards.

MY TEACHING STYLE

All of my lessons are designed with Grant Wiggins' "Understanding by Design," or UbD model. In moving toward the Common Core, my units are always designed with a high level performance task as an assessment. Learning tasks are designed to move students toward being able to complete the performance task independently.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Oswego Foundation for Educational Excellence grant award winner.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor's of Science in Education with Middle Grades Endorsement from Northern Illinois University in December 2006. Master's of Education in Instructional Design and Technology with a certificate in Library Information Sciences from Northern Illinois University in May 2012.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

While I love being in the classroom, my passion is for curricular design. I am willing to look at any proposals for work for grades 6-12.

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