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Anthony Masiel

3826 Mineshaft Ln
Shingle Springs, CA 95682

916-709-5321
anthonymasiel@yahoo.com

Objective
To obtain a full-time Physical Education teaching position with the Sacramento Unified School District.
Education
University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA
B.A. Sports Pedagogy
Institutional Honors: Magna Cum Laude
Relevant Coursework:

Health and Wellness for


Life
Analysis of
Nontraditional Games
and Sports
Kinesiology

Elementary Physical
Education
Motor Learning

Expected Graduation Date: December, 2014

Instructional Strategies
to Teaching/Coaching
History and Philosophy
of Sport and PE

Exercise Psychology

Secondary Physical
Education
Educator in Preparation

American Red Cross


Adult and Pediatric First Aid / CPR / AED

Analysis of Team and


Individual Sports
Principles of Exercise
Physiology
Sport, Culture, and US
Society
Equity and Inclusion in
PE

Certified August, 2014

Relevant Experience
Head Coach- Olympus Jr. High 7th Grade Flag Football, Granite Bay, CA
August-October, 2014
Managed Athletes- Autonomously worked with 19 students to help develop their football
knowledge, their individual skillsets, and their understanding of offensive and defensive schemes
and strategies
Created Practice Plans- Independently developed offensive and defensive curriculum for effective
and efficient practices
Led Practices- Ensured that practice plans were implemented during practices, and that athletes
were behaving and performing with a high level of effort so as to make the experiences
meaningful
Associate Instructor- One TLC (Transitional Learning Center), Stockton, CA
March-April, 2014
Developed Activity Plans- Assisted other physical education practitioners in creating lesson plans
for students at One TLC to participate
Led Instruction- Cooperatively implemented lesson plans with other practitioners for physical
activity during the after-school program
Evaluated Group and Individual Progression- Assessed and evaluated movement concepts and
skills as performed by students and appropriately provided prescriptive, evaluative, and corrective
feedback
Observation Team- Tiger Pride I, Stockton, CA
February-May, 2013
Observed Teaching Strategies- Learned different methods of teaching, structuring, organizing and
managing physical education lessons by way of direct observation

Anthony Masiel
3826 Mineshaft Ln
Shingle Springs, CA 95682

916-709-5321
anthonymasiel@yahoo.com

Assessed and Analyzed Data- Utilized computer software to continually track movement patterns
of instructor, and to help analyze time management during instruction

Physical Activity Instructor- Tiger Pride II, Stockton, CA


September-December, 2013
Developed Curriculum- Implemented a series of units and activities that strategically included an
abundance of California Model Content Standards.
Created Lesson Plans- Autonomously developed lesson plans that consisted of a minute-byminute breakdown of daily activities
Led Instruction- Ensured that lesson plans were implemented during instruction, and that students
were behaving and participating with a level of effort that made the experience meaningful
Additional Experience
Weber Technical Institute, Stockton, CA
March-April, 2014
Observations- Analyzed and assessed instructional methods and strategies by way of observation,
discussion, and reflection.
Instructed- Contributed to small-group PE lessons by providing task instructions, demonstrations,
and feedback to students ranging from grade levels 9-12.
Rainbow School, Stockton, CA
October-November, 2014
Observations- Analyzed and assessed instructional methods and strategies for teaching young
children, aged 3-5
Directed Instruction- Taught children a physical education lesson that involved activities for
improving eye-hand and eye-foot coordination
PCS at Stribley Park, Stockton, CA
October November, 2014
Guided Instruction- Helped a number of other physical education practitioners provide
instruction, encouragement, and feedback to a group of adults with varying degrees of cognitive
disabilities
Produced Practice Plan- Developed a series of floor hockey activities to be implemented during
PCS gatherings
Benjamin Holt College Preparatory Academy, Stockton, CA
October-November, 2014
Assisted in Instruction- Provided instruction, encouragement, and feedback to students during a
circuit routine that was implemented by the PE Teacher
Created Lesson Plans- Developed plans that were geared toward improving upon the students
agility and cardiorespiratory fitness, and various skills associated with the sport of soccer
Directed Instruction- Ensured that lesson plans were implemented during instruction, and that
students were behaving and participating with a level of effort that made the experience
meaningful
Leadership
Sports Pedagogy Club, Vice President
March-May, 2014
Developed Outreach Program- with the aid of other sports pedagogy club members and
advisor, developed a relationship with One-TLC school for future teaching and volunteer
opportunities