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Tori Coughlin

23 Weitz St. Allston, MA. 02134 ● tcough@bu.edu ● 617-610-1996

EDUCATION
Boston University, Boston, MA
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, May 2018
Sub-concentration in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
● Massachusetts Initial Licensure: Grades 1-6 (pending graduation)
● English as a Second Language: Grades 1-6 (pending graduation)
● GPA 3.71 on a 4.00 scale; Dean’s List: 2 Semesters
Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore, MD
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, September 2014-December 2014
● GPA 3.7.49 on a 4.00 scale; Dean’s List: 1 Semester

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Donald McKay School, East Boston, MA (January 2018-May 2018)
ESL Practicum, 1st Grade
● Designed and implemented a STEM unit once a week
● Collaborated with the first grade teachers during common planning times
● Organized and taught daily guided reading sessions to leveled groups
● Assisted in arranging and executing math, reading and writing lessons
Ashburnham Community School, London, UK (September 2017-December 2017)
Elementary Education Practicum, Year 5 (Equivalent to U.S. 4 th grade)
● Collaborated in planning and teaching daily lessons
● Created and executed a content unit over the course of seven weeks
● Participated in faculty professional development events
● Communicated aspects of U.S. culture to students and faculty of different backgrounds
Sokolowski Elementary School, Chelsea, MA (January 2017 – May 2017)
Pre-Practicum, 1st Grade
● Developed differentiated lesson plans for a co-taught classroom
● Participated in Responsive Classroom activities including morning meeting each day and community
building sessions
William Monroe Trotter Innovation School, Dorchester, MA (January 2016 – May 2016)
Pre-Practicum, 4th and 5th Grade
● Assisted in instruction of a classroom one day a week
● Evaluated students using running records as supplemental information for reading progress reports
On-Sight Methods Course/Tutoring
● Conducted a Words Their Way spelling inventory and created a word study program based on the results
● Tutored a 5th grade student, focusing on writing skills (brainstorming, organizing responses) using mentor
texts from different genres and PARCC Prep materials
South Fremantle Senior High School, Fremantle, Western Australia (February 2015 – May 2015)
Intern, 9th-12th Grade
● Assisted instruction in health and the Marine Program
Creative City Public Charter School, Baltimore, MD (September 2014 – December 2014)
Tutor, 1st and 2nd Grade
● Aided in instruction of a classroom two days a week

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION EXPERIENCE


Camp Burgess and Hayward, Sandwich, MA (Summer 2013-Present)
Unit Leader (Summer 2018)
● Manage and organize different groups of 14-16 staff members
● Supervise groups of 60-70 campers over the course of 8 weeks
● Contact parents and resolve issues related to campers over the phone
● Mediate conflicts among staff and campers when necessary
● Assess strengths and weaknesses of staff to form teams and maximize camp experience
● Plan and organize daily activities and events
● Work in teams to accomplish tasks
● Provide tours to prospective families
CIT Director (Summer 2017)
● Developed and ran a two-month leadership training program for teens ages 16-17
● Served as On-Duty Staff member once a week
● Supervised teens training to work with children
● Administered performance evaluations once a week for individual teen
● Collaborated with other staff members to plan and implement creative activities for young women
attending the summer program
● Served as a mentor to participants throughout the year
Cabin Counselor (Summer 2013-2016)
● Provided constant supervision and care for campers ages 7-15 years
● Responded decisively to misbehavior and social conflict by implementing collaborative problem-solving,
logistical consequences, and one-on-one counseling
● Developed and implemented routines and activities for unstructured time periods
Americorps Jumpstart, Boston, MA (September 2015- May 2016)
Corps Member
● Planned lessons and participated in educational activities with children ages 3-5 two days a week
● Assisted in instruction and maintained classroom management two days a week
KinderCare, Wellesley MA (2014)
Assistant Teacher
● Supervised and cared for children ages 1-5

LEADERSHIP POSITIONS
Educators Rising at Boston University (2015-Present)
● Executive board member of the first collegiate chapter in affiliation with Educators Rising, a national
organization dedicated to diversifying the field of education
Boston University School of Education Transitional Mentor (2016-2017)
● Mentored a group of new transfer students to help them acclimate to all aspects of college life
Activities and Honors: Panhellenic Honor Society 2018