Lady Eclectic

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Lady Eclectic
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The artist is not a different kind of person, but every person is a different kind of artist.
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This package comes with a curriculum guide for each grade level, K-8. Use these guides to keep you on track throughout the year and to help ensure you taught each grade what they need to know. Each guide has the following sections: -Grade level
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This bundle includes cut-out labels for each seat in the art room, and descriptions of classroom jobs to cut out. Included are Seats 1-5, color coded in Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, and Purple. The grey numbers can be rearranged for each job
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This is a step-by-step guided icebreaker that is great to use in the art room (or any classroom) at the beginning of the year! This activity helps the teacher to observe who follows directions well and who struggles. It also teaches the students
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This set comes with over 70 ready-to-print labels to help organize your classroom. Originally designed for a K-8 art room, these labels include everything from office supplies to art supplies. Also included is a sheet of blank labels for you to
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This is a sheet of blank labels for you to print and personalize to help organize your classroom. Enjoy!
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-k-8 Visual Arts Teacher, Success Mile Academy, Warren, MI; August 2016- Present -Drawing Instructor, Young Rembrandts, Troy, MI; March 2015 - November 2015 Delivered drawing instruction to elementary level students Promoted Young Rembrandts at school open houses and various community events -Richmond High School, Richmond, MI; January 2016- April 2016 Designed and taught visual arts lessons in basic design, digital and darkroom photography, and drawing to grades 9-12 collaboratively with mentor teacher as well as independently Successfully carried out full time teaching responsibilities including imputing attendance and grades through Powerteacher, posting and communicating objectives, administering articles of the month, maintaining parent-teacher communication, and classroom and procedural management Utilized technology resources to enhance student learning Assisted in organizing field trips Assisted in preparing and submitting student artwork into competitive art shows including Scholastics Art Awards, Anton Art Center Student Show, The District Congressional Art Show, and Richmond Community Enrichmond Festival Assisted in proctoring Pre SAT Exams -University Preparatory Academy - Mark Murray Elementary, Detroit, MI; August 2015 - December 2015 Designed and presented visual arts lessons to grades K-5 Prepared and set up student art show display -Success Mile Academy, Warren, MI; February – March 2015 Developed and presented art instruction to 6-8 grade students Gained experience on student centers and Teaching for Artistic Behavior in the K-7 classroom -Charles Drew Transition Center, Detroit Public Schools, Detroit, MI; June 2014 Assisted with Wayne State University art program under the supervision of Coordinator of Visual Arts Education at Wayne State University Assisted moderate and severely cognitively and physically impaired students with art production Worked individually with students to better understand students’ needs and differentiate instruction as needed


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Dean’s List for Academic Achievement, Wayne State University Consecutive semesters from Winter 2012- Fall 2015 Golden Key International Honour Society Member, Wayne State University Chapter; October 2014 - Present Academic Grants Federal Pell Grant Recipient; 2011-2016 Board of Governors Grant Recipient; 2012-2013 Academic Scholarships Aida Cannarsa Snow Endowment; 2015-2016 Art Education Alumni Scholarship; 2015-2016 Dr. Murray A. Douglas Endowed Scholarship; 2015-2016 Art Exhibitions Art Education Student Show, Wayne State University Art Department Gallery, Detroit, MI; Spring 2014, Spring 2015 Illustration Publication Illustration for “The Invisible,” published in Due Yesterday; Winter 2011. 47-50


Michigan Provisional Certification K-12 in Visual Arts; May 2016 Bachelor of Science in Visual Arts Education; Wayne State University; May 2016 Wayne State University, Detroit, MI; Winter 2012 - Winter 2016; Accumulated GPA: 3.9 of 4.0; Summa Cum Laude Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI; Fall 2008 – Winter 2011; Accumulated GPA: 3.6 of 4.0; Concentration in graphic design First Aid and CPR Certification, American Red Cross; Fall 2015


Innovative, Reflective, and Committed Artist and Urban K-8 Art Educator Bachelors of Science Degree in Visual Arts Education with an Endorsement in K-12, Wayne State University

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