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Patrick T. Waugh

Education:

B.S., Elementary/Middle Education with a Focus in Mathematics.
Western Oregon University, Monmouth OR
June 2007

Educational Related Work Experience:

Teacher
September 2007 - Present
Talmadge Middle School     Independence, Oregon
Teach and lead the seventh grade math department. Initiate and explore a proficiency based grading system. Aligned the connected mathematics curriculum to Oregon state standards. Teaches a freshman level Algebra class to seventh graders.

Student Teacher
March 2007 – June 2007
Crossler Middle School     Salem, Oregon
Teach and assist classes of sixth and seventh grade students in mathematical activities and lessons. Observed and learned from Mrs. Heikila, as well as polished the ability to teach under her guidance. Created and taught multiple lessons and units in mathematics using the connected mathematics curriculum.

Student Teacher
March 2006 – March 2007
Myers Elementary School     Salem, Oregon
Teach and assist in a fifth grade classroom in a variety of subjects. Observed and learned from Mrs. Geffre, as well as gained the ability to teach under her guidance. Created and taught multiple lessons and units in a variety of subjects, including but not limited to mathematics, English language development, and social studies.

Teacher Assistant
May 2005 – June 2005
Ash Creek Intermediate School     Independence, Oregon
Teach and assist classes of fifth and sixth grade students in a variety of physical education activities. Observed and learned from Mr. Hawley, as well as gained the ability to teach under his guidance. Gained the ability to assist and teach individually needy students.

Early Education Assistant
September 2000 – June 2002
Reynolds High School     Troutdale, Oregon
Assist and take care of children ages four to six for four hours a day five days a week in a daycare type setting. Provide snacks, activities, and educational games for a variety of youth. Professionally worked with peers, and supervisors to help maintain a safe and enjoyable environment.

Other Related Work Experience:

Student Body President
June 2006 – June 2007
Associated Students of Western Oregon University     Monmouth, Oregon
Elected official and representative of the students of Western Oregon University. Oversees and assists with all student government programs and projects. Involved with the hiring and observation of eight (8) peer staff members, in which our goal is to improve the student life on campus. Worked closely with the administration at Western Oregon University. A member of the Oregon Student Association board for the 06-07 academic year.

Assistant Director of Basketball
June 2005 – August 2005
Camp Mah-Kee-Nac     Lenox, Massachusetts
Professionally interacted with peers, supervisors, and children on a daily basis.
Directed the basketball operations for children eight to ten years old for seven weeks. Oversee and carry out plans for the daily activities, which range from introduction to basketball ideas, to learning to work together as a team. Solve problems that the counselors and/or the children may have on a daily basis. Adapt to different situations and changing needs of staff and children. 

Director of Business and Financial Affairs
September 2004 – June 2006
Associated Students of Western Oregon University     Monmouth, Oregon
Responsible for the appropriate expenditure of the sixty various student organization’s budgets and ten internal account budgets, exceeding two-hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars. Organizing and preparing the Associated Student’s future budget and presenting it to the Incidental Fee Committee. Authorize and review all grants, purchase orders, journal vouchers, and reimbursements through the sixty various student organizations.

Group Leader
June 2005 – August 2005
Camp Mah-Kee-Nac     Lenox, Massachusetts
Professionally interacted with peers, supervisors, and children on a daily basis. Direct fourteen peer counselors to help supervise and monitor over sixty eleven year old children for seven weeks. Oversee and carry out plans for the daily activities, which range from sports to educational activities to cleaning the bunk. Solve problems that the counselors and/or the children may have on a daily basis. Adapt to different situations and changing needs of staff and children. 

Camp Counselor
June 2003 – August 2004
Camp Mah-Kee-Nac     Lenox, Massachusetts
Supervise and monitor ten eleven year old children for seven weeks. Activities range from sports to education to cleaning. Modeling good behavior day and night, being both a friend and an authority figure.

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