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KIRSTI WIEMOKLY

Email: kirsti.wiemokly@gmail.com http://kwiemokly.weebly.com/ SUMMARY: Experienced educator, written and verbal communicator, researcher, editor, public speaker, problem solver, multitasker, detailorientated individual, with athletic coaching skills, seeking opportunity to teach social studies curriculum to grades 8-12. EDUCATION: UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST Masters of Education, May 2014, GPA 4.0/4.0 License Pending in Secondary Education-History 8-12 Sheltered English Immersion Endorsement MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE, South Hadley, MA Bachelor of Arts, May 2012, GPA 3.44/4.0 Major: History Minor: Sociology QUEEN MARY UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, London, United Kingdom Study Abroad January-June 2011 ACHIEVEMENTS AND AWARDS: NFHCA National Academic Squad NEWMAC Academic All Conference Mount Holyoke College Focus on Athletics Featured Presenter Town of Amherst Human Rights Award RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: HAMPSHIRE REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, Westhampton, MA Sept. 13 June 14 Student Teacher Lead teacher for U.S. History I Honors (2 sections) & U.S. History I CP (1 section). Create and implement daily lesson plans set to MA Social Studies Frameworks and NCSS Standards. Develop and employ formative and summative assessments to reach all types of learners including students with IEPS and 504s. Facilitate advisory curriculum. AMHERST REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, Amherst, MA Aug. 12 Nov. 12 Varsity Field Hockey Coach Responsible for the development and overall success of Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Middle School Teams. Instructed athletes to perform sound, safe, fundamental techniques as well as advanced game play. Collaborated with the Athletic Director and Principal to maintain communication to solve problems at the school level while supporting the ideals of the program. Organized and scheduled team activities, tryouts, practices, and game plans. NIKE FIELD HOCKEY CAMP, South Hadley, MA June 09 - Present Counselor Instructed players in field hockey skills ranging from ages 12-17. Supervised 60 campers in dormitories and provided a safe and fun environment for campers to socialize. 2008-2012 2008-2010 Oct. 2011 June 2006

PERSONAL TUTORING BUSINESS, Amherst, MA Jan. 08 - Apr. 13 Private Math Tutor Instructed high school students in various math subjects on a one-to-one basis including Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry. Provided additional explanations and lessons. Administered homework help and prepared students for tests and exams. FORT RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Amherst, MA Cambodian After School Program Volunteer Tutor Provided assistance with homework and class work. Supervised 20 children in an academic setting. COMPUTER SKILLS: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Prezi, Weebly, PowerSchool ACTIVITIES AND INTERESTS: Division III College Varsity Field Hockey Student Athletic Advisory Committee Traveling, rock climbing, running, and reading Sept. 08 - May 12 Jan.10 Dec.10 Sept. 05- June 09