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BRIANNE E.

PANTALONE
28 Bellaire Drive, Glenville, NY 12302
(518) 526-1989 ~ bpantalone10@gmail.com

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS


Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York

February 2016 (Anticipated)


Coursework completed in December 2015
Masters of Intellectual Disabilities and Autism, Dual Certification Special Education and General Education
(Grades 1-6)
New York State Initial Certificate: Students With Disabilities (Grades 1-6) (Pending)
New York State Initial Certificate: Childhood Education (Grades 1-6) (Pending)
Activities: Teachers College Student Senate (Health and Behavioral Studies Department Representative)
Westminster Choir College of Rider University, Princeton, New Jersey
May, 2014
Bachelor of Music in Music Education
Magna Cum Laude
New Jersey State Teacher Certificate: K-12 Music

Honors and Awards: Westminster Choir College Deans Award, Westminster Choir College Deans List, Whos
Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Recipient, Westminster Choir College, and Rider
University SGA Outstanding Service Award.
Activities: Student Government Association (4 years serving as the President and current Alumni Representative
for the Class of 2014), Westminster Players Musical Theatre Ensemble (Vice President, Producer, and Performer
for 3 years), Associate Dean of Students Office Assistant, and Performance Management Office Assistant and
Stage Manager. Performing ensembles including Westminster Symphonic Choir, Westminster Williamson
Voices, and Westminster Jubilee Singers.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
PS 6 The Lillie Devereaux Blake School, Manhattan, New York
September 2015 to Present
4th Grade Assistant Teacher
Assistant to head teachers in an ICT Classroom
Prepares and teaches lessons in math, social studies, writing, and reading for 4th grade students
Collaborates with child study team to align student goals to curriculum and create differentiated
instruction
Aaron School, Manhattan, New York
January 2015 to May 2015
3rd Grade Special Education Student Teacher
Assistant to head and assistant teachers in a self contained classroom
Completed individualized curriculum unit plan for a student with Speech and Language Impairment
Applied techniques of Response to Intervention Tiers and Universal Design for Learning
Center for Opportunities and Outcomes for People with Disabilities, Chinatown, New York September 2014
Intern and Research Fellow
to May 2015
Teacher for students with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism
Solo and partner instructional leader for two weeks
Organized and lead group instruction featuring movement, music, dance, story time and arts and crafts
Adapted curriculum for individual reading, math, and science instruction

East Amwell School, Ringoes New Jersey


October 2012 to December 2013
K 8 General and Choral Music Student Teacher
Assistant to the Music Teacher
8 weeks of complete curricular planning and instruction using methodologies including Kodaly and Orff
as well as the theories of Vygotsky and Dewey
Used Danielson Student Growth Objective assessment model
Secondary Practicum, Pennsylvania and New Jersey
January 2013 to May 2013
Included visits to: Pennsbury High School, William Penn Middle School, Community Middle School,
and Newtown Middle School.

RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT


Manhattan Choral Ensemble, New York, New York Thomas Cunningham, conductor

September 2015
to Present

Student Orientation Staff


September 2011 to February 2014
Westminster Choir College of Rider University, Princeton, New Jersey
Student Orientation Leader (Summer/Fall)
Developed and participated in activities help welcome and get students and parents of the incoming
freshman and transfer student class accustomed to the Westminster Choir College and Rider University
community.
Greater Glenville Family YMCA, Glenville, New York
May 2010 to August 2014
Summer Camp Counselor & After School Childcare
Planned, organized, and lead camp activities for children ages 5-14.
Activities include field trips, hikes, science experiments, games, sports, arts and crafts and music.
Princeton Family YMCA, Princeton, New Jersey
November 2010 to June 2014
Lifeguard and Special Needs Athletic Programs Swim Instructor
Swim instructor for students with and without disabilities.
Adapted teaching strategies for students with physical and intellectual special needs based on Gardeners
Multiple Intelligences.

MEMBERSHIPS
National Association of Special Education Teachers
National Association for Music Educators (NAfME)
American Choral Directors Association, (ACDA)
National Thespian Society

2015 to Present
2012 to Present
2010 to Present
2010 to Present

SKILLS AND INTERESTS


Music and The Arts background including voice performance (opera, art song, musical theatre), violin
proficiency, dance technique (tap, jazz, musical theatre), musical theatre performance and production
management, photography, and painting.
Technology proficiency in Microsoft (MS) Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, Prezi, iMovie, iPhoto, Windows
Movie Maker, CAST UDL Studio, Boardmaker, Smart Board and SMART Notebook, and GarageBand.
Language skills include conversational Spanish and Italian, French, German and English diction.
Training in American Red Cross Lifeguarding, First Aid, CPR and AED and the Collaborative Institutional
Training Initiative.
Other interests in running, traveling, and poetry.

References available upon request