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LEAH

CIOTOLI

430 Leon Drive


Endicott, New York 13760

EDUCATOR OF THE WHOLE CHILD

P: (607) 427-8512
E: leah.ciotoli@cortland.edu
W: lea hcio to li. weeb ly.co m

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
Passionate, enthusiastic, and caring educator who believes in supporting all individuals in the inclusion
environment in reaching their highest potential. Striving to provide learners with tools for achieving selfadvocacy in addition to being a prominent advocate in their lives.

EDUCATION

EXPERIENCE

2014 - 2016

SUBSTITUTE TEACHER
GROTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL | 2015 - PRESENT
GROTON, NY

MASTERS IN EDUCATION
SUNY CORTLAND
Cortland, NY
GPA: 4.0
Teaching Students with
Disabilities

2010- 2014
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
SUNY OSWEGO
Oswego, NY
GPA: 3.50
Elementary Education 1-6
English Concentration

SKILLS

GRADUATE INTERNSHIP
TH
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5 /6 GRADE SPECIAL EDUCATION
BARRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL| 2016
CORTLAND, NY

Common Core Curriculum


experience
Effective parent and family
communication
Experience with students with
Autism
Formative Assessment
Google Apps for Education
Microsoft Windows, Mac OSX
Universal Design
Differentiated Instruction
Co-teaching
Transition Plans
Behavioral Intervention Plans
Promoting Self-Advocacy
SmartBoard Instruction

AWARDS
2010-2014
DEAN AND PRESIDENT LISTS
SUNY OSWEGO
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

Provide individual and group support for students with IEPs and General Education
students during Literacy and Math lessons
Monitor students safety during lunch and recess times
Substitute teach at all grade levels and in all areas including general education, special
education, physical education, art, and music

Observed and took over duties of a special education teacher including services within
the general education classrooms and outside in resource rooms
Supported and ran differentiated lessons meeting the Common Core NYS Standards in
ELA and Math for fifth and sixth grade
Attended CSE meetings, grade level meetings, faculty meetings, and special education
meetings
Collaborated with other educators to plan and co-teach a guided reading unit

SECOND GRADE SPECIAL EDUCATION PARAPROFESSIONAL


GROTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL | 2015
GROTON, NY

Monitor students safety during lunch and recess times


Provide individual and group support for students with IEPs and General Education
students during Literacy and Math lessons
Support students with morning routines and academic tasks

STUDENT TEACHER: THIRD GRADE


LANIGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL | 2014
FULTON, NY

Led all classroom lessons and activities for four weeks in the inclusion classroom
Created diverse lessons with adaptations to meet the needs of all students in a classroom
Utilized Common Core Curriculum in Mathematics and ELA
Participated in parent-teacher conferences and observed CSE meetings

LEAH
CIOTOLI

430 Leon Drive


Endicott, New York 13760

EDUCATOR OF THE WHOLE CHILD

WORKSHOPS &
PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT

Completed Project SAVE


and DASA: Prevention of
violence and bullying in
schools
Completed four hours of
professional development
Co-Teaching: Helping ALL
Students Succeed
presentation with Dr.
Marilyn Friend
Completed Project WILD &
Project WET
Kagan Cooperative
Learning Structures and the
Inclusive Classroom:
strategies for developing
cooperative learning,
engagement, and classroom
management skills.

REFERENCES
HEATHER DOUGHERTY
SUNY Cortland
Foundations of Advocacy
Supervisor/Lecturer
607-753-2447
Heather.dougherty@cortland.edu

BONNIE HUTCHINSON
Barry Elementary
Special Education Teacher
607-423-2633
bhutchinson@cortlandschools.org

MARCY ELDRED
Groton Elementary School
Kindergarten teacher
607-898-5853
meldred@groton.cnyric.org
KIM ROMBACH
SUNY Cortland
Chair of Childhood/Early
Childhood Department
607-753-2706
kimberly.rombach@cortland.edu

P: (607) 427-8512
E: leah.ciotoli@cortland.edu
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EXPERIENCE CONTINUED
STUDENT TEACHER: FIRST GRADE
LANIGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL | 2014
FULTON, NY

Developed and implemented engaging lessons with modifications for an inclusion


classroom
Co-taught with host teacher and special education teacher while utilizing Common Core
Curriculum in Mathematics and ELA
Ran small reading groups and intervention groups
Participated in parent-teacher conferences and faculty meetings

GRADUATE ASSISSTANT
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION | 2014 - PRESENT
SUNY CORTLAND
CORTLAND, NY

Provide SUNY Cortland faculty support for activities within the field (working with
students) as well as preparations for the field.
Assist with professional development events/trips, create schedules, manage online
courses, organize paperwork and files, create documents and spreadsheets, and assist in
class or provide class coverage

SENIOR COUNSELOR
FREEDOM CAMP| 2015
AUBURN, NY

Implemented creative and hands-on activities both indoor and outdoor for campers ages
8-12
Monitored camper safety and engagement during activity times, lunch, and pool time

RESPITE CARE PROVIDER


ARISE | 2014-2015
SYRACUSE, NY

Picked up a 12-year-old girl with Autism after school two-three times a week
Worked on homework together, kept her company, played games, activities and arts &
crafts inside and outside
Attended community activities together

CO-TEACHER
ACHIEVE SUMMER PROGRAM | 2011-2013
BINGHAMTON, NY

Created and implemented lesson plans and activities for a group of students with
disabilities ages 12-17
Supervised and interacted with students inside and outside of classroom activities
including free time, lunch, outdoor time, field trips, and gym time
Worked with students to advocate growth in behavior management, safety, selfconfidence, and social and academic skills