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Ryan Smith

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793A 1 Ave S, Okanogan, WA 98840
Ryan.andrew.smith.14@gmail.com
www.HistoryWithMrSmith.weebly.com
Education:

Dartmouth College; Hanover, New Hampshire


Bachelor of Arts in History with a Minor in Government
Cumulative GPA: 3.97

Washington State University; Spokane, Washington


Masters in Teaching, Secondary Education
Cumulative GPA: 4.00

Certification:

Professional Eligibility Certificate, State of Maryland


Endorsements: History 7-12; Middle School Social Studies 4-9; Social Studies 7-12

Residency Teacher Certificate, State of Washington


Endorsements: Secondary Education- History
Content Assessments: History, WEST-E, August 2014 (Score: 294 out of 300);
Social Studies, WEST-E, December 2014 (Score: 296 out of 300)

Professional Experience:

Social Studies Teacher, August 2017- June 2019


Okanogan Middle School; Okanogan, Washington
 Taught sixth- and seventh-grade world geography and Washington state history
courses, a sixth-grade keyboarding course, and a sixth-grade PE class
 Started, funded and ran an afterschool, STEM-focused Innovation Club for
highly-capable students in 2018-19
 Served as advisor and coach for the middle school Knowledge Bowl team in
2018 and 2019, and as league coordinator for the North Central Middle School
Knowledge Bowl League in 2019
 Served as a high school boys’ soccer assistant coach in 2018 and 2019, and as
a high school girls’ soccer assistant coach in 2018
 Organized, led, and was the only supervising adult for a week-long, outdoor-
education-focused, sixth-grade camp at a primitive campsite in 2018 and 2019
 Collaborated with a sixth-grade teaching team, proposing and instituting new
data sharing practices and a new interdisciplinary writing curriculum
 Collaborated with an all-grades social studies team, proposing and instituting
new multi-year curriculum integration

English Language and Literacy Consultant, July 2015 to July 2017


Board of Education; Nishinomiya, Japan
 Taught seventh-, eighth-, and ninth-grade classes in five different Japanese
public junior high schools
o Included lesson-planning and team-teaching with 37 Japanese teachers
 Taught students of all grades with extreme physical and mental disabilities at the
Nishinomiya School for Children with Special Needs
 Organized and led district-wide teacher training conferences for English teachers
 Organized and led summer English camps for eighth-grade students
 Organized and led after-school group tutoring to prepare students for
international high school exams
 Expanded partnership, increased communication, and facilitated faculty and
student exchanges as WSU College of Education's ambassador to Nishinomiya

Student Teacher and Practicum, September 2014 to May 2015


John R. Rogers Senior High School; Spokane, WA
 Taught four eleventh-grade American Studies classes and one tenth- through
twelfth-grade leadership course in a Title 1 high school
 Created and taught literacy-centered units on reading, interpreting and analyzing
complex primary source texts and writing argumentative essays
 Organized and led school-wide events, including a blood drive and a basketball
tournament for special education students
 Used both standards-based and points-based grading systems

Awards & Achievements


 Summa Cum Laude, Dartmouth College Class of 2014
 2014 Louis Morton Prize in History (most outstanding graduating history major)
 2012, 2013, 2014 Dartmouth College Rufus Choate Scholar (top 5% of students)
 2012-2013, 2013-2014 War and Peace Fellow- John Sloan Dickey Center for
International Understanding
 2013, 2014 Executive Editor- World Outlook: Journal of International Relations
 Member of Phi Beta Kappa (collegiate academic honor society)
 Kentridge High School Valedictorian, Class of 2010
 2010 National Presidential Scholar
 2009-10 perfect (2400) SAT score

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