Lindsay Kufahl

  • Topeka US-KS
Lindsay Kufahl

Portfolio of Library Work

Work History

Work History

Professional Development School Intern

Emporia State University

Emporia, USD 253

  • Spring 2003 - 1st grade
  • Fall 2002 - 4th grade
Aug 2012 - Present

Substitute

Shawnee Heights USD 321 & Kaw Valley USD 321
Aug 2010 - May 2012

2nd grade teacher

Shawnee Heights USD 321, Tecumseh North Elementary
  • Member of the math curriculum committee and presented committee information at district in-services
  • Attended a vocabulary presentation by Marzano at the ASCD conference in Boston
  • Attended Quantum training
  • Created lessons and assessments using Compass Odyssey for students to work complete on computers
  • Mentored a Washburn University student and hosted practicum students
  • Taught Reading and language arts using guided reading, Sitton Spelling, and teacher created material
  • Taught Mathematics using Math in Focus series and teacher created material
  • Integrated science, social studies, and other themes
  • Assessed student progress using running records, MAPS testing, and teacher created Common Formative Assessments
Jul 2008 - May 2010

2nd grade teacher

Topeka Public Schools USD 501, Lundgren Elementary
  • Attended Kagan training
  • Assessed student progress using running records, DIBELS testing, Stanford testing, and Local Progress Monitoring
  • Worked with TERMS student management software
  • Taught Reading and language arts using Harcourt basal, guided reading, Sitton Spelling¬†
  • Taught Mathematics using EverydayMath series
  • Integrated science, social studies, and other themes
Aug 2005 - May 2008

2nd grade teacher

Kingman-Norwich USD 331, Kingman Elementary
  • Taught Reading and language arts using basal, guided reading, Pathways to Reading phonics program, and teacher created material
  • Taught Mathematics using Scott Foresman math series and teacher created material
  • Integrated science, social studies, and other themes
  • Created and maintained a website
  • Oversaw students as they work on the computer program Compass Odyssey
  • Trained in both Sasi and Infinite Campus student management software
  • Attended Reading First summer academy (2007
  • Member (3 yrs.) and chairperson (1 yr.) of the School Student Intervention Team (SIT)
  • Member of the Kingman Elementary School Writing Committee for Q.P.A.
Aug 2003 - May 2005

Title One Teacher, Grades K-2

Kingman-Norwich USD 331, Kingman Elementary
  • Taught supplemental math lessons to students who had fallen behind their peers
  • Taught the program Pathways to Reading to students who had been identified as needing extra assistance in the area of phonemic awareness and phonics
  • Lead guided reading groups who had been identified as needing extra assistance in reading
  • Guided Kindergarten students through language, creative art, and computer centers
  • Used the program AIMSweb, formerly used DIBELS assessment (very much alike)
  • Member of the Kingman Elementary School Language Arts Committee for Q.P.A.

Education

Education
Aug 2009 - Present

Master's

Emporia State University

25 hours completed, 6 hours in progress, 7 hours remaining

G.P.A.: 4.00

Pathfinder

References

References

Chris Korb