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Melanie Kilgore

Professional Portfolio: www.kilgoresportfolio.weebly.com


Phone: 478-290-4714
Email: melaniewkilgore@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE To utilize 21st century technology and information literacy skills that aid in improving student
achievement and to foster a love of reading and learning by modeling enthusiasm, dedication, and a
willingness to serve others.

EDUCATION December 2012, Master of Education in Instructional Technology


Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia
GPA: 3.8

December 2003, Bachelor of Science in Business Education


Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia
GPA: 3.75, Magna Cum Laude

Georgia Teaching Certificate


S-5, Media Specialist (P-12)
T-4, Business & Computer Science Education (6-12)

EXPERIENCE August 2012 to December 2012, 152 Practicum service hours


Treutlen County Schools and Dublin High School Media Centers
Duties: Co-serving as a teacher, instructional partner, information specialist, program
administrator and leader; developing and implementing collaborative lessons with other teachers
to teach information literacy skills and align with academic curriculum and the ALA 21st century
standards; evaluating the collection for currency and implementing the CREW method to weed the
collection before transitioning to the new TMHS library; completing a materials order; cataloging
with the TMHS Destiny software; applying for grants for the media center; completing a Facilities
Plan for TMHS library; preparing professional development for technology integration and
information literacy implementation; and evaluating the TES media center handbook.

August 2004 to Present, Business & Computer Science Teacher


Treutlen Middle-High School, Soperton, Georgia
Duties: Serving as CTAE Director, Department Chair, teaching Computer Applications, Business
Technology, Business Communication & Presentations, and Middle School Business & Computer
Science; engaging students and differentiating instruction through use of current web 2.0 tools and
other 21st century teaching methods; serving as Advisor of Future Business Leaders of America.

January 2010 to May 2010, Adjunct Business Instructor


Oconee Fall Line Technical College (formerly Heart of Georgia Technical College), Dublin, Georgia
Duties: Taught Introduction to Microcomputers as an adjunct faculty member at night

RELATED HONORS AND ORGANIZATIONS


American Library Association, November 2012 to present
Georgia Association of Career and Technical Education, August 2007 to present
Georgia Business Education Association, August 2007 to present
Professional Association of Georgia Educators, December 2003 to present
Phi Lambda Theta International Honor Society, August 2002 to December 2003
Gamma Beta Phi Honorary Fraternity, August 2000 to December 2003
National Dean’s List, August 1999 to December 2003

REFERENCES References available upon request