2312 Pioneer Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15226
DoDDS K Unit#15549 Box 126
APO, AP 96205-5549
Phone Korea : 011-82-2-792-7701
Phone US : (412) 531-7349
E-mail: saraheshowalter@gmail.com sesfh3@mizzou.edu

Sarah Evelyn Showalter


Objective  

To complete my Master’s degree studies at the University of Missouri in order to apply what I have learned in my own classroom and to use my knowledge to help other teachers in my school.

 
Education  

June 2005-Present

University of Missouri: Columbia, MO

  • Degree Sought: Master's Degree in Information Science and Learning Technologies with an emphasis in Educational Technology, Technology in Schools
  • Anticipated Graduation Date: May 2008
 

Aug. 2000-Dec. 2002

Edinboro University: Edinboro, PA

  • Bachelor of Science in Art Education
  • Graduated Summa Cum Laude
 

Aug. 1998-May. 2000

Community College of Allegheny County: Pittsburgh, PA

  • Transferred to Edinboro University
  • National Deans List
Professional Experience  

Aug. 2004-Present

Seoul American Elementary School: Seoul, Korea

  • Elementary School Art Teacher K-5
  • Taught art to 550 students in grades K-5. Worked with ESL and special needs students. Serviced children of US military families and embassy workers overseas in the Department of Defense Dependents Schools system. Taught in a variety of media including: drawing, painting, papier-mâché, ceramics, and repousse.
 

Aug. 2003-June 2004

Andersen Middle School: Yigo,Guam

  • Middle School Art Teacher 6-8
  • Taught art to 150 middle school students in grades 6-8. Worked with ESL and special needs students. Serviced children of US military families in the Department of Defense Dependents School system. Taught in a variety of media including: drawing, painting, papier-mâché, ceramics, and repousse.
Publications  

Illustrator for ACTA Publications

 
Additional Professional Activities
  • Member of the School Technology Committee
  • Member of the Data Committee
  • Maintained a classroom website that utilized Xhtml, Javascripts and CSS to showcase student work.
  • Helped plan a school level technology workshop that was implemented between Nov. 2007 and is to be completed Feb. 2008
  • Collaborated regularly with classroom teachers on projects that reinforce classroom learning.
  • Programs used include: Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Grading Programs, Inspiration, Kidspiration, Web Blender and Internet browsers (Explorer, Netscape and Firefox).
  • Sponsored after school art clubs and helped create backdrops and props for plays.
Professional Memberships
Languages
  • Four years of German
  • Some conversational Japanese
Interests and Activities  

Art history, illustration, reading, animation, music, camping, travel, web design and computers

 
Awards Received  

Supervisor’s Award SY2004-2005