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Mark Regnier 736 Bard Crescent, Regina, SK, S4X 2K5 Phone: (306) 526-6074 regnier.mark@gmail.com

Mark Regnier’s Portfolio

Objective Bachelor of Education (Secondary – Chemistry) and Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) graduate seeking a full-time teaching opportunity.

Education 2008-Present

Bachelor of Education (Major: Chemistry, Minor: Math and General Science) University of Regina, Regina SK Completion April 2014 Bachelor of Science (Major: Chemistry) University of Regina, Regina, SK Completion April 2014 Overall GPA of 81.0%

2008

High School Diploma Michael A. Riffel High School, Regina SK

Scholarships and Awards  Mitschke Family Scholarship in Science Education - 2013  Bernadine Melanson Scholarship, 2013  Hypercube Scholar, 2012  Orange Benevolent Society Scholarship, 2010  Centennial Merit Plus Scholarship, 2008  Archbishops Christian Ethics Award, 2008

Professional Development 2013

2012

Fundamentals of Coaching – School Sport Canada Concussion in Sports – School Sport Canada Respect in Sports Course – Sask Sport Inc. Teaching Treaties in the Classroom Workshop – Office of the Treaty Commissioner National Science Teachers’ Association (NSTA) National Conference – San Antonio, TX Standard First Aid/CPR/AED Level C Drug Class Workshop – Rand Teed Flying Wild Workshop

Skills and Abilities

Teaching/Instructing Skills  Collaborates effectively with fellow teachers, administrators and parents  Engages students through a variety of teaching methods, and strong communication skills  Consciously adapts lessons to the needs of the learners


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Maintains a productive classroom climate through daily classroom routines and positive student relationships  Infuses technology (Skype, Google+, Remind101, etc.) into lessons and classroom procedure.  Use of diverse assessment and evaluation techniques to address diverse needs of the students  Dedication to extra-curricular activities Transferable Skills  Strong interest in learning and professional growth  Takes initiative and prioritizes tasks  Strong problem solving and analytical ability  Technological Skills: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access), Google+, Skype, Twitter, EdModo, Remind101, YouTube, WordPress, Wikispaces, C++ Programming, Smart board, Smart Notebook, Blogging

Teaching Experience Internship:

September –December, 2013

School: Supervising Teacher: Assignment:

Thom Collegiate High School, Regina, SK Ms. Taryn Blyth Taught Science 9 (full semester), Science 10 (full semester), Chemistry 30, Chemistry 20, and a Workplace and Apprenticeship 10 courses.

Responsibilities:  Participated in parent/teacher interviews with supervising teacher  Participated in the grade 9 structural innovation team  Assisted with planning and running a science activity for the grade 9 outdoor school program  Coached the junior girls volleyball and curling teams  Created and adapted lessons for students of varying ability in the classroom  Participated in professional development opportunities within the school  Collaborated with teachers to develop stronger opportunities for student learning

Related Work Experience May 2009 – present          

Promoted to Assistant Coordinator (Summer 2012 - Present) Chosen for the Actua National Science Outreach Team (2011) Coordinate science and engineering workshops across southern Saskatchewan Coordinate year round science and engineering club programming for youth Collaborate to review and develop safety procedures, camp curriculum, and facilities Learned to present a wide variety of science concepts Developed and implemented lesson plans or experiments Gave presentations to promote the camp to classrooms across southern Saskatchewan Ensure safe laboratory practices when doing experiments collaborated with other instructors in a team teaching environment

Apr 2009– Oct 2012       

Instructor EYES Program University of Regina, Faculty of Engineering, Regina, SK

Facilitator Regina Child and Youth Services, Regina, SK

Promoted to Service Provider (October 2009) Connected with children of various abilities Developed a safe and fun learning environment Organize one-on-one activities that will help the child develop social skills such as listening, manners, dealing with emotions, problem solving, communication, conflict resolution, etc. Learned to present different social skills to children with challenging behaviors Worked and collaborated with volunteers Established and maintained ongoing communication with parents about child progress


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Volunteer Experience       

Education Student Society (E.S.S.) President (2011-2013), G.U.E.S.S. Representative (2010-2011) Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation (STF) Councillor, 2011-2013 Project Connect Outreach Program Coordinator, 2011-2013 Federal Curling Bonspiel Committee 2011-2013 Group of Undergraduate Education Science Students (G.U.E.S.S) Executive Council, 2010-2011 The Community Parent Education Program (COPE), Regina Child and Youth Services, October 2008 – February 2009 Northwest Soccer Association, coaching an 8 & under soccer team, May-June, 2009-2010

Activities and Interests Memberships: Interests :

Education Students’ Society (2008 – present) National Science Teachers’ Association Member (2011- present) Running, soccer, football, volleyball, basketball, curling, snowboarding, travelling, camping, reading, environmental issues

Activities and Interests Ms. Taryn Blyth Supervising Teacher Thom Collegiate High School Regina , SK (306) 523-3600

Mr. Rick Staciuk Principal Thom Collegiate High School Regina, SK (306) 523-3600

Dr. James McNinch Dean -Faculty of Education University of Regina Regina, SK (306) 585-4500

Mark Regnier's Resume