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Shelby Murphy

314 Chesapeake Ave * Prince Frederick, MD 20678 * 410-474-8003


* shelby.murphy1201@gmail.com *

Education:
Bachelor of Science, Elementary/Middle Special Education
May 2017
Towson University, Towson, MD
3.75 GPA; Deans List
Fall 2015-present
Recipient of college scholarship from Maryland Higher Education Commission
Completed Praxis I Core Knowledge: Reading 164, Writing 178, Math 150
Praxis II Special Education Core Knowledge and Applications: 171
Anticipating completion of Elementary Education IPA and PLT grades K-6 (April 10, April
12).

Associate of Arts, Elementary Education/Special Education


May 2015
College of Southern Maryland, Prince Frederick, MD

Field Experience:
Intern, Ridgely Middle School, Lutherville-Timonium, MD
February 2017-present Partner with a BLS teacher to teach language arts in a self-
contained classroom environment
Work with students in the program that are placed in a residential treatment center, St.
Vincents Villa, to provide special services to those with significant emotional and
behavioral challenges
Use positive language, encouragement, involvement of students, and structure to
eliminate negative behaviors and promote a positive environment
Provide students with firm guidelines, regularity and dependability to foster their social
and academic growth
Utilize the Baltimore County Public Schools lesson plans and scaffold them to meet the
learners needs as addressed in their IEPs
Design and implement a Positive Behavior Support Plan for a 7th grade student in the BLS
classroom
Use a variety of diagnostic, formative, and summative assessments to drive instruction
Assist in the development of a students IEP and actively participated in the annual
meeting for the student
Use Tienet to review students IEP and other pertinent documents to update the IEP and
review important information about the each student
Facilitate the use of devices in 6th and 7th grade

Intern, Owings Mills Elementary School, Owings Mills, MD August 2016-


December 2016
Work with groups of 5-7 children in the second grade with autism, specific learning
disabilities and other related health impairments
Partner with a special education resource teacher to float to multiple 2nd and 3rd grade
classrooms and work along with the general educators to provide equity for all students
Assist third grade English Language Learners in developing skills to achieve grade level
competency by working with them in small groups
Incorporate the use of devices in both 2nd and 3rd grade lessons through the use of BCPS
One lesson tiles, SMART technology flip books, sketchbook, streaming videos, WIXIE,
power point, DreamBox, ActivInspire, and I-Ready.
Dedicate and focus on building each student's strength and confidence
Design and teach 2nd and 3rd grade phonics lessons daily
Co-plan effectively with each general educator to develop and differentiate 2nd and 3rd
grade lessons in their classrooms

Practicum, Sunderland Elementary, Sunderland, MD


January 2015-May 2015
Complete 30 service learning hours in an inclusion class setting
Allow the students to actively participate in different group roles to provide multiple
means of engagement, expression and representation
Employed a broad range of instructional techniques to retain student interest and
maximize learning
Differentiate lesson plans to meet the needs of a 4th grade inclusion classroom
Created a week of lesson plans for Earth Week that the entire fourth grade staff used

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Related Experience:
Toddler Preschool Teacher, Noahs Ark Learning Center, Huntingtown, MD
May 2013-January 2016
Earned Maryland child care credential
Conduct small group activities each day while incorporating math, science, and reading
Promote language development skills through reading and storytelling
Supervise and train one teaching assistant in the classroom
Administer minor first aid to injured students

Volunteer Experience:
Future Educators of America, College of Southern Maryland
September 2013-May 2015
Destination College
Familiarize students with the college environment
Conduct a tour of the campus that engaged the prospective students

Honors and Awards:


Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education April
2016-present

References:

Robert SantaCroce Lori Watchinsky Christie Stump Rebecca Eig


Towson University Supervisor Ridgely Middle School Owings Mills Elementary Owings Mills Elementary
Spring 2017 Spring 2017 Mentor Fall 2016 Mentor Gen. Ed. teacher during
Supervisor/Instructor Fall 2016 Internship
rsantacroce@towson.edu lwatchinsky@bcps.org cstump@bcps.org reig@bcps.org

443-223-8082 410-530-3491 724-902-9348 410-887-1710

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