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Lindsey Rombro

2112 Caves Rd. (443) 621-1251

Owings Mills, MD 21117


Bachelor of Science, Dual Certification, Early Childhood and Special Education
Towson University, Towson, MD
Cumulative GPA: 4.0/4.0, Deans List (December 2014-present)
2017 Teacher of Promise Award Recipient
Towson University Foundation Scholarship Recipient
College of Education Open House Volunteer; Honestly Autism Day Volunteer
Council For Exceptional Children Vice President (November 2016-present)
Passed Praxis II: Special Education Core Knowledge and Applications; Early Childhood
Education; Principles of Learning and Teaching: Early Childhood
Appalachian State University, Boone, NC September 2012 - May 2013
Elementary Education Major, Spanish Minor
Cumulative GPA: 4.0/4.0

Stevens Forest Elementary School, Columbia, MD January 2017- present
Grade 1 Teacher Intern, Title 1 School
Plan and implement mathematics and science instruction to engage a range of diverse
Facilitate above grade level instruction (gifted and talented) in mathematics and science
Adapt and differentiate instruction to meet needs of students with diverse abilities and
learning styles, including English language learners (ELL) to achieve Common Core state
standard objectives
Provide accommodations as required for students with IEPs and 504 plans
Collaborate with colleagues in the school to develop effective and meaningful instruction
Perry Hall Elementary School, Baltimore County, MD August 2016 - December 2016
Special Education Teacher Intern
Adapted instruction for students in special education from prekindergarten through grade
Developed individualized instruction for students based on IEP goals and objectives
Developed and implemented IEP goals based on data collection and observations
Designed and implemented positive behavior support plans for a variety of students
which increased time spent on tasks and prosocial interactions
Coordinated as the special education instructor with the general education teacher and
related services instructors to provide the best learning opportunities for our students
Analyzed and modified effective instructional techniques based on data collection
Baltimore County Infants and Toddlers February 2016- May
Special Education Teacher Intern
Provided structured routine in a daycare center and in the home to encourage verbal
communication and positive social skills
Facilitated use of Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) throughout the day
Cared for infants and toddlers with special health concerns such as Down syndrome,
Autism, and premature birth by providing basic needs
Vincent Farms Elementary School September 2015- December 2015
Prekindergarten Teacher Intern
Developed lesson plans to facilitate early literacy skills in prekindergarten classroom
Facilitated classroom routines to encourage positive behavior and social outcomes
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Trellis Services, Inc., Baltimore County, MD August 2013 - September 2016
In-Home Instructor
Continued educational and social growth with student from Fort Garrison Elementary
Familiarized student with local community services and daily care routines to increase
independence and self-reliance
Coordinated local events to promote socialization with neurotypical peers
Fort Garrison Elementary School, Pikesville, MD August 2013 - July 2016
Paraeducator, Additional Assistant, Substitute Teacher
Collaborated with special education teacher to provide extended school year (ESY)
services for nonverbal toddlers to increase positive behavior and academic routines
Used assistive technology communication iPad devices in the classroom
Provided one-to-one assistance in a grade 5 classroom to promote learning and safety
Promoted and facilitated positive verbal interaction with peers in grade 5, increased
verbalizations from two-word responses to multi-sentence responses
Followed written sub plans to facilitate continued learning and growth in the classroom