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Carrie Mullendore-Dilsaver

1874 SW 31st Street Lincoln, NE 68522 (402) 440-5733 carriemullendore@gmail.com http://cmdfcsportfolio.weebly.com/ (Password: CarrieMD)

Education
Coursework for Teaching Endorsement/Certification Completion: December 2013 GPA: 3.8 on a 4.0 scale Bachelor of Arts in Communication, May 2008 Minors: Studio Art and Public Relations University of Nebraska Lincoln

Nebraska Wesleyan University

Endorsement: Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS), Grades 6-12 Certification: Nebraska Initial Teaching Certificate Praxis Status: Completed Praxis I Related Experience in Education
Substitute Teaching Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln, NE Grades K-12 February 2014 present

Student Teaching Scott Middle School, Lincoln, NE August 2013 December 2013 Grade 6, two sections, Family and Consumer Sciences Class size average: 27 students Taught students with varied learning abilities including special needs, behavioral disorders Taught students from diverse cultural backgrounds Used technology and hands-on activities to design and teach lessons for differentiated instruction related to Food, Nutrition, Kitchen Safety and Sanitation, Measuring, Kitchen Equipment, Child Care, and Sewing Modified materials and instruction to meet needs of students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) Grade 7, two sections, Family and Consumer Sciences Class size average: 21 students Taught students with varied learning abilities Worked with students with special needs, behavioral disorders Taught students from diverse cultural backgrounds Utilized technology, hands-on, and lecture based instruction techniques to educate students about Food, Nutrition, Health, Kitchen Safety and Sanitation, Kitchen Equipment, Child Development, Child Care, and Sewing Modified materials and instruction to meet needs of students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) Grade 8, one section, Family and Consumer Sciences Class size: 28 students Taught students with varied learning abilities including special needs, behavioral disorders Worked with students from diverse cultural backgrounds Prepared and taught interactive, technological, hands-on, and lecture based lessons for Food, Nutrition, Relationships, Child Development, and Child Care (including RealCare Babies) units Modified materials and instruction to meet needs of students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) Activity beyond the classroom Actively participated in Parent-Teacher conferences Attended Professional Learning Community (PLC) meetings Greeted 7th grade students at lockers each morning to check their welfare Monitored 6th grade school entrance

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Practicum Experiences
Milford Junior High School Milford, NE Fall 2012-Spring 2013 50 hours Observed/assisted with classes related to culinary skills, kitchen equipment, human behavior, and sewing Developed and taught Measuring Ingredients lesson plan Lincoln Southwest High School Lincoln, NE Spring 2012 50 hours Observed/assisted with classes related to Human Behavior, Independent Living, and Teen Issues Developed and taught Consumerism and Advertising lesson plan Lincoln East High School Lincoln, NE Fall 2011 20 hours Observed and aided in student learning in Multicultural Foods class

Related Professional Involvement & Volunteer Activities


Scorekeeper, National Geographic Bee, Scott Middle School, Fall 2013 Interviewer, Mock-Job Interviews, Pius X High School, Fall 2013 Student Chair, Nebraska Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Executive Council, Fall 2012-present Participant, 2013 NAFCS Annual Conference; created conference invitation, introduced speaker, assisted with setup Member, American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) Evaluator, FCCLA State STAR Competition, April 2013 Evaluator, FCCLA District II STAR Competition, January 2013 Assistant at LPS Culinary Competition, Fall 2012 Food preparation and serving for youth, Lighthouse After-School Program, 2012 Student Representative of UNL FCS Education Program, FCCLA State Leadership Conference, 2012 Big Sister, Heartland Big Brothers Big Sisters, 2009-2010 Assistant Coach, Lincoln Locos 10-and-under softball, 2008-2009

Related Professional Skills


Pre-Professional Broad Field FCS Certification, American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) ServSafe Certification, National Restaurant Association Computer (Macintosh, Windows, Word, PowerPoint, Photoshop, Illustrator, Internet, basic Web site maintenance/updates) Interpersonal communication, including building rapport with individuals and groups Experience working in rural and urban school environments Strong writing skills, including copy editing experience Financial responsibility and budgeting Basic knowledge of home energy efficiency practices Meeting planning experience Experience with cultural diversity

Professional Work Experience


University of Nebraska Lincoln, Nebraska June 2009-June 2011 Home Energy Efficiency Project Assistant Assisted Extension Specialists with Home Energy Efficiency Internet projects; updated and copy edited Web sites; planned meetings; set up webinars; designed posters and flyers National Strength and Conditioning Association Certification Commission Lincoln, Nebraska June 2006-October 2008 Marketing Assistant and Graphic Designer Copy edited and designed marketing materials; photographed products; developed internal newsletters