Julie Mc Gill

Julie Mc Gill

Educator / Elementary Teacher

  • Granby MO

Objective:

To obtain an Elementary Teaching job with the award-winning Webb City School District;  my Alma Mater, the best school district in the state, and quite possibly the world!

SUMMARY

TTEACHING AND CLASSROOM STRENGTHS

  • Creative Lesson Planning
  • Curriculum Design
  • Behavioral Modification Strategies
  • Constant Parent-Teacher Interaction
  • Technology Integration
  • Student Motivation
  • Classroom Management
  • Promoting Long Lasting Teacher-Student Relationships

Certifications

Certifications

teacher's certificate

State of Missouri State Board of Education
Aug 2005 - Aug 2104

Lifetime Certificate Elementary Education Grade Level 1-8                                  Career CPC

Teacher's certificate

Texas State Board of Education
Aug 1990 - Jan 3000

Lifetime Certificate Elementary (Grades pk-6) Early Childhood Education      Lifetime Certificate Elementary (Grades pk-6) General

Education

Education

MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION

LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY  ST. 
Jan 2001 - Aug 2003

GPA:  4.0

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION          

Texas A&M Internationa University
Aug 1988 - May 1990

Specialization in Early Childhood - CUM LAUDE

WEBB CITY HIGH SCHOOL

WEBB CITY, MISSOURI
Aug 1982 - May 1986

Work History

Work History

Fifth Grade ELA Teacher                         

Granby Elementary East Newton School District
Aug 2013 - May 2015
  • Solely responsible for developing and planning complete ELA curriculum, ensuring that curriculum is aligned with the Missouri Learning Standards, along with the Common Core.
  •  Offering expertise in designing and implementing student friendly curriculum that caters to the educational and emotional needs of 5th graders.
  •  Implementing a balanced literacy program that utilizes reading and writing workshops, along with literature circles.  
  • Ensuring that students are prepared for the new MAP test.
  • Differentiating instruction to meet all needs, including those of five ELL students. 

Third Grade Teacher

Granby Elementary East Newton School District
Aug 2012 - May 2013
  • Designed and Implemented complete third grade ELA curriculum.
  • Instructed  multiple third grade  curricula including mathematics, science, and social studies. 
  • Utilized a variety of lesson methods including cooperative learning, projects, discussion, games and discovery.
  • Maintained constant contact with parents through a variety of methods including; newsletters, emails, phone calls, and home visits. 
  • Provided instruction that ensured students were prepared to be successful on the MAP test.
  • Differentiate instruction to meet all needs, including those of three ELL students.

first grade teacher                                   

Granby Elementary East Newton School District
Aug 2002 - May 2012
  • Planned and delivered lessons on  reading, writing and mathematics and also introduce basic science and social studies concepts to students.
  • Communicated with parents and supervisors about the educational and behavioral challenges of individual children.
  • Taught first graders to read accurately, fluidly, with good comprehension and stamina.
  • Devoted a large amount of time to teaching kids to read using scientifically proven methods to ensure that all kids were reading at grade level.
  • Differentiated instruction to meet all needs, including those of an average of three to seven ELL students each year.

Transitional First Grade Teacher

Granby Elementary East Newton School District
Aug 1998 - May 2002
  • Adapted and modified first grade curriculum to students who are struggling  in order enable student success.
  • Provided one-on-one individualized instruction to all students.
  • Utilized small groups and differentiated instruction to meet the individual needs of 12 - 15 students each day concentrating on reading, spelling, math, and science.
  • Conducted progress monitoring to assess students’ academic performance and evaluate effectiveness of instruction of unit.
  • Provided additional after school instruction in order to ensure that all students were prepared to be successful in the rest of their educational career.
  • Tracked the progress of past students.

Kindergarten Teacher

Granby Elementary East Newton School District
Aug 1996 - May 1998
  • Developed and implemented all kindergarten curricula ensuring that all Missouri Learning Objectives were met.
  • Used games, music, artwork, films, books, computers, and other tools to teach basic skills.
  • Utilized curricula that reflect the diverse educational, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds of the students served.
  • Built a firm foundation for future learning.
  • Provided instruction in a way that left students with positive  opinions and perceptions of school, along with a love of learning.
  • Formed emotional bonds with children in order to mold them into  well-adjusted and eager to learn students.

Lead Kindergarten Teacher

Lexington Elementary   Corpus christi
Aug 1991 - May 1996
  • Responsible for attending monthly meetings and reporting back to all other kindergarten teachers on campus.
  • Responsible for keeping all kindergarten teachers on the same objectives and holding collaborative grade level meetings.
  • Taught students basic academic skills, including letter recognition, phonics and phonemic awareness. 
  • Created lessons and activities that created a love of reading and writing in students in order to ensure their success with these skills.
  • Planned lessons according to the state curriculum and assessed students, tailoring their lesson according to the different abilities of children in the classroom.

Third Grade Teacher

Lexington Elementary   Corpus christi
Aug 1990 - May 1991
  • Instructed  multiple third grade  curricula including language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. 
  • Utilized a variety of lesson methods including cooperative learning, projects, discussion, games and discovery.
  • Worked with/tutored students outside of school time; both after school, and on Saturdays,  in order to ensure that they were successful.
  • Prepared lessons that actively engaged students in order to prepare them for the Annual Texas Standardized Tests. 

Additional Experience and Qualifications

  • REPRESENTED SCHOOL STAFF AS A   MEMBER OF THE TAB COMMITTEE
  • SERVED ON THE GRANT WRITING COMMITTEE TO ALLOW OUR SCHOOL TO BECOME SCHOOLWIDE TITLE 1
  • PPP COORDINATOR
  • CTA TREASURER
  • TRAINED IN AND IMPLEMENTED READER'S & WRITER'S WORKSHOP
  • TRAINED IN AND IMPLEMENTED RTI
  • TRAINED AND IMPLEMENTED DRA TESTING
  • COMPLETED I.T.S. TRAINING

References

Angie Brewer,  former co-worker, Current Asst. Superintendent McDonald County School District

Email:  abrewer@mcdonaldco.k12.mo.us - Phone:  417-845-8370 .

Gretchen Guitard, former Principal, Current  Asst. Superintendent Jefferson City School District

Email:  gretchen.guitard@jcschools.us - Phone: (573) 659-3226 

Janice Jordon, Parent of  Student      

Email:  jjordon03@hotmail.com - Phone:  417-438-0394

Eddie Johnson,  Teacher/co-worker                

Email:  johnsone@mail.enr6.k12.mo.us - Phone:  417-437-1750

Tammy Holt,  Teacher/co-worker                      

Email:  holtta@mail.enr6.k12.mo.us - Phone:  417-850-3994

Jyl Augspurger,  Principal                                    

Email:  augspurgerj@mail.enr6.k12.mo.us - Phone:  417-389-2099

Marilyn Rowe Cooper  Principal                        

Phone:  417-472-6464