Kerry Guiliano
kerryguiliano@gmail.com
http://www.kerryguiliano.com



Education
Master of Arts, Educational Technology - May, 2011
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Endorsement, K-12 Spanish  - July, 2010
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI


Teacher Certification, Spanish, English as a Second Language -  May, 2009 
Bachelor of Arts, Spanish
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

La Universidad de Querétaro January 2006 – May 2006
Querétaro, Santiago de Querétaro, México



Highly Qualified Certifications
Spanish, K-12 (FF) – Spanish language, grammar and culture
English as a Second Language (NS) – ESL classes, Sheltered instruction in all subject areas
Educational Technology (NP) – Computers, Computer Literacy, Keyboarding, Word Processing, Computer Applications, Web Design, Introduction to the Internet


Professional Experience
Spanish Teacher
August 2009 – present
Barnes Elementary School, Flat Rock, MI
  • Create and update K-5 Spanish curriculum for new program
  • Build a district-wide assessment for the 2016 Michigan World Language Requirement
  • Utlize formative assessment on a daily basis to advance student learning and awareness
  • Develop engaging unit and lesson plans based on district curriculum
  • Stimulate student engagement and commitment in class through the use of technology and realia 
  • Evaluate student knowledge through formal and informal assessments including formative assessments and performance evaluations
  • Help students understand the cultural uniqueness of the Spanish language
  • Interact proactively and enthusiastically with colleagues on a daily basis

Spanish Teaching Intern
August 2008 – May 2009
Renaissance High School, Detroit, MI

  • Encouraged student learning through engaging unit and lesson plans based on district curriculum
  • Inspired student commitment in class through the use of technology and realia 
  • Motivated students to engage in higher-level thought processes 
  • Actively participated in district and independent professional development activities
  • Helped students understand the cultural uniqueness of the Spanish language

English as a Second Language Teacher
June 2008 – July 2008
Escuela Nacional Galápagos, Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands

  • Developed and taught English Language curriculum 
  • Instructed 10th, 11th, and 12th graders in the culinary training school utilizing techniques to individualize the language needed for the program
  • Created engaging unit and lesson plans for students using few resources

Spanish Intern
October 2007 – May 2008
Fowlerville High School, Fowlerville, MI
  • Planned, taught and analyzed Spanish Language and culture lessons for Spanish 2 classes
  • Observed lessons and classroom management strategies in the classroom

Broad Urban Teaching Fellowship
June 2007 – July 2007
La Academia de las Américas, Detroit, MI

  • Intern in English Language Development program for 5th grade content areas of social studies and science under the direction of mentor teacher
  • Promoted group work and task-based activities for optimal learning
  • Provided safe and interesting learning environment 


Professional Activities
Coach
Junior Varsity Volleyball
Flat Rock Community Schools, Flat Rock, MI

Committee
Spanish Club
Formative Assessment Team
School Improvement Team

Professional Organizations
American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Member
Michigan Association of Computer Users and Learners, Member
Michigan State University Alumni Association, Member
Michigan World Language Association, Member
Discovery Education STAR Educator


Honors/Certifications
TOEFLiBT Certified Rater
TEFL Certification (Teaching English as a Foreign Language)


Simple Pleasures
Participating in team sports such as sand and indoor volleyball, fall and summer softball; Traveling abroad, especially Latin America; Reading