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Delia Sotelo Ocampo

delias@email.arizona.edu (928) 308-8928


3201 E Fort Lowell Rd. Apt. 1003 Tucson, AZ 85716
OBJECTIVE To foster an inclusive classroom environment for students to strengthen their present skills and offer
opportunities to learn new skills.
EDUCATION
The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
Elementary Education K-8 Certification with ESL and Bilingual Endorsements, May 2018
Yavapai College, Prescott, Arizona
Associate of Arts in Elementary Education, December 2015
CERTIFICATIONS
National Evaluation Series Elementary Subject Knowledge I & II Passed December, 2016
Spanish Proficiency Exam Passed October, 2017
First Aid and CPR Certification June 2016-July 2018
Arizona Fingerprint Clearance IVP Expires December 2021
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Student teacher: Student Teaching, Fifth Grade, Mission View Elementary, Tucson Unified School
District, January-May, 2018.
Preservice teacher: Field Methods Practicum #2, Fourth grade, Davis Bilingual Magnet School, Tucson
Unified School District, August - December, 2017
Developed and implemented a social studies lesson in Spanish
Conducted a science talk
Designed a lesson that incorporates reading and writing
Planned and taught a science lesson
Designed a unit plan on the Civil War and Tohono Oodham
Testing Coordinator/Teacher Assistant: K-8, Nosotros Academy, Nosotros Inc.,
July 2016 - December 2017
Assessed students Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) in kindergarten
through fifth grade.
Administered the Arizona English Language Learner Assessment (AZELLA) placement and
reassessment test to students in kindergarten through twelfth grade.
Created Individualized Language Learner Plans (ILLPs) and then updated them quarterly based on
students progress
Co-advised the schools student council
Taught a middle school health class
Substituted in kindergarten, elementary and middle school classrooms
SERP 475 Student Volunteer: Third Grade, Escuela Primaria Urbana Luis Gonzlez Obregn,
Guanajuato, Gto., Mexico June - July, 2017
Observed instruction in Spanish
Worked individually with students who have disabilities
Designed a project for students that involved the use of fidget spinners, fractions, collecting and
analyzing data and knowledge of healthy and unhealthy foods
Preservice teacher: Field Methods Practicum #1, Second grade, Davis Bilingual Magnet School, Tucson
Unified School District, January May, 2017
Planned and led concept discussions and think alouds using books in Spanish
Planned and taught an introduction to fractions
Used the Sheltered Instruction Observational Protocol (SIOP) to plan a lesson in Spanish
Planned a lesson that incorporated physical education and math concepts
Delia Sotelo Ocampo
delias@email.arizona.edu (928) 308-8928
3201 E Fort Lowell Rd. Apt. 1003 Tucson, AZ 85716

Teacher: Two and three year olds classroom, Outer Limits School May 2016 - July 2016
Designed a variety of centers based on childrens interests
Collaboratively planned lessons
Monitored child development
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
Member, Golden Key International Honour Society at the University of Arizona
Recognizes academic achievement of university students in the top fifteen percent of their class
based on their GPA.
Dean's List With Distinction in the Spring 2017 semester
Distinction conferred on students who earned at least 15 regular grade units and a 4.0 grade
point average in that semester
Honorable Mention in the Spring 2016 and Fall 2016 semester
Distinction conferred on students who earned 12 units and a 3.5 and above grade point average in
that semester.
Member, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at Yavapai College
Recognizes academic achievement of community college students who have a minimum grade
point average of 3.5.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Science Fair Judge Training, April 27, 2017
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Training, April 22, 2017
2016 OELAS Conference: Cultivating Language for Life, December 7 - 9, 2016.
DIBELS Next Edition Administration and Scoring Training, July 24, 2016
ELL Coordinator Boot Camp, July 20, 2016
REFERENCES
Mr. Enzo Arias; Fourth Grade Teacher at Davis Bilingual Magnet, enzo.arias@tusd1.org (480) 430-3732

Dr. Carol Brochin; Assistant Professor of Practice, cbrochin@email.arizona.edu (520) 999-0110

Mrs. Adriana Boyd; Second Grade Teacher at Davis Bilingual Magnet, adriana.boyd@tusd1.org
(480) 745-0954

Mrs. Maria Orozco; Adjunct Faculty of Practice, morozco1@email.arizona.edu (520) 891-5555