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My name is Marianna Martino-Sonsogno. I graduated from Ryerson's 4 year Early Childhood Education program as well as from York University's Bachelor of Education (Primary/Junior) Program. I have also received my additional qualification in ESL Part 1. Although my main focus is within the school setting with school age children, I am still interested and enjoy working outside of the school setting with younger children. As you can see, I have extensive experience both in a school and child care setting, with small and large groups of children. I also have worked closely with several children with special needs and have really enjoyed and learned a lot from all of those experience. I look forward to hearing from you and your family. 2012- Present Ocassional Teacher, Halton Catholic District School Board -Occasional Teacher from all primary and junior grades as well as ESL. --... Full Day Early Learning Program, Designated Early Childhood Educator Worked collaboratively with the ELK team Implemented a variety of learning centres based on the students interests Integrated curriculum expectations into the play in and outside the classroom Provided a differentiated learning program for English Language Learners, and Exceptional Students Determined Greatest Area of Need for individual students by interacting with them during play Used a variety of assessment tools (e.g. checklists, observations, anecdotal notes) and assisted with report card writing Integrated technology into the classroom (e.g. LCD projector, Smart Board, document camera, digital camera, and flip video) January 2010 May 2010 Teacher Candidate, Grade 4/5 Classroom Teacher Provided accommodations and modifications based on individual students needs Encouraged students to use manipulatives when using the problem solving approach Planned lessons and small group activities for the Balanced Literacy blocks Worked collaboratively with the classroom teacher and support staff to plan Implemented a highly successful integrated unit in science for both grades simultaneously using an essential question and a backwards planning design Engaged in teacher moderation for CASI development and assessment September 2009 December 2009 Teacher Candidate, Grade 3 Classroom Teacher Created hands-on co-operative learning activities for the Social Studies Unit on Early Settlements in Upper Canada Developed a WebQuest for students to use to support their classroom learning Incorporated a variety of effective teaching and learning strategies into lessons (e.g. Think, Pair, Share, Venn Diagrams, manipulatives and problem solving) June 2009- August 2009 & June 2010 - August 2010 Grade 1 & 2 Summer Camp Teacher- Interactive Learning Adventure Taught Mathematics and Language according to the grade 1 curriculum. Taught a new sport and game each week, various indoor and outdoor activities, and took the children on two field trips a week. Implemented and followed through with classroom rules, behavior management strategies, and communicated with the site administrator, parents and/or guardians. January 2009 April 2009 Student Teacher, Grade 2 Classroom Teacher Supported students when using a variety of literacy strategies (e.g. making connections, visualization, inferring, and determining the main idea) Created a hands-on, experimental unit for the Science Unit on Properties of Liquids and Solids Modelled for students the importance of organization and responsibility Assisted with supervision at recess, lunch time, and on field trips April 2008- June 2008 Public School Volunteer Grade 2 Worked side by side with the teacher to help with the daily routine worked one on one with students who needed extra assistance, and worked with a child who had a special need during independent work time. Learned how a child with a special need is included into a mainstream classroom and the accommodations made, with a focus on their abilities rather than disabilities. January 2007 April 2007 Student Teacher, Special Needs Practicum Worked one-on-one with a child with Attention Deficit Disorder Assessed the Greatest Area of Need in each subject area for this student Created hands-on activities and provided modifications and accommodations for this student March 2007 March 2009 Private Academy Supply Teacher Kendellhurst Academy Worked children 1 to 6 years of age. Fostered and encouraged cognitive and creative growth in a child-centered environment. Enhanced a childs world through imaginative play, gross and fine motor activities, along with a balance of academic excellence, which follows the Ontario curriculum objectives. October 2007 March 2008 Family Literacy Night Leader, Region of Peel Team Leader for Family Literacy Workshops Provided parents with literacy strategies to support their early readers at home Developed weekly programs and activities Organized the evening programs Encouraged parent and child interaction Sept. 2006- Dec. 2006 & Sept.2007- Dec. 2007 Elementary School Volunteer Contained Special Needs Room and JK Classroom Worked with 6 children who had significant needs, one on one and as a group Helped to ensure smooth transitions, and took part in daily routines learned how to implement activities for these children, specific to their needs and abilities identified in their IEPs, including adaptive technologies In the JK classroom I circulated and scaffolded children when help was needed Learned how to develop my observation skills to support children in creating developmentally appropriate activities Learned more about assessment strategies used to help determine assistance or services a child may need to allow them to be part of an inclusive classroom. October 2005 February 2007 Arts and Crafts Club, Where Kids Play Planned arts and crafts sessions Organized materials Motivated children to participate and interact with other children

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