Jeffrey C. Morneault 2670 Emerald St, Eugene, OR 97403 • 202.431.7071 • Education Master of Education in Teaching and Learning, August 2009University of Oregon, Eugene, OR·         Initial 1 Teaching License, Middle level, High School: Language Arts·         Initial 1 Teaching License, Middle level, High School: Basic Mathematics  Capstone, Requirement for Master in Education Program·         Researched, synthesized and constructed writing-based curriculum aimed to increase student writing while decreasing teacher paper-load and organize assessment Bachelor of Arts in English Language Arts, August 2007Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA Public and Private EducationGoldsmiths College, London, UKGreen Mountain College, Poultney, VTProctor Academy, Andover, NH Concord Carlisle High School, Concord, MALangley High School, McLean, VA Teaching ExperienceSubstitute Teaching, Cottage Grove High School, September-February 2009-10
  • Facilitated behavior issues and constructed lessons in the absence of curriculum
  • Administered lessons in language arts, math, science, special education., metal shop, and history
 Practicum and Student Teaching, Cottage Grove High School, January-June 2009·         Created, planned and taught three, six-week units in College Preparatory American Literature·         Planned and taught five week unit in Integrated Algebra I·         Used a variety of differentiated teaching strategies aimed at various learning styles·         Learned and implemented media-based technology into all units·         Collaborated with staff to be informed of  student needs and foster cross-curriculum learning Practicum, Lincoln Middle School, Cottage Grove OR, September-December 2009·         Created, planned and taught eight week writing unit for seventh graders·         Worked extensively with special needs students including learning disabled and autistic·         Planned and facilitated project-based learning strategies Mentoring and Counseling ExperienceMentor, Reaching out Mentoring, Cottage Grove, September-June 2009·         Mentored two middle school students classified with behavior management issues·         Collaborated with teachers and community members to implement a positive social support system ·         Tutored students and helped dialogue and facilitate student needs to the school community Camp Counselor, Camp Mendocino, Boys and Girls Club of San Frisco, Mendocino, CA, Summer 2003·         Counseled, supervised, and offered support to inner city fourteen year olds from the Bay Area·         Mediated conflicts related to social differences through activities, support meetings, and coaching  Camp Counselor, Trails End Camp, Beach Lake, PA, Summer 2005·         Counseled, supervised and offered support to teenagers from Long Island and Manhattan·         Created, organized, and led athletic, outdoor, and team building activities·         Supervised, and facilitated several experiential trips to urban cities with thirty or more campers