Vita

 

CURRICULUM VITA

Jessica Bragg, B.S., M.A.T.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Personal Phone: 423-737-0856

Email: braggj@etsu.edu

EDUCATION

M.A.T. Secondary Education, History, 2009

East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN

B.S. History, major; legal studies, minor, 2007

East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

History, grades 7-12

Geography, grades 7-12, Add-On

Government, grades 7-12, Add-On

Sociology, grades 7-12, Add-On

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2012 Tennessee Council for Social Studies Conference presenter- "The Living History Museum: Role Playing Biographies" in Knoxville, TN.

2009-Present, University School, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, Teach AP US History, US History, and World History

2009 University School, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.

Intercession Instructor, Kaleidoscope Kids Camp.

2009 University School, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN

Temporary Instructor.

Middle School Language Arts, Middle School Social Studies.

2009 University School, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN

Teacher Assistant, Health, Weight Lifting.

2009 Science Hill High School, Johnson City, TN

Student Teacher, U.S. History.

2007-2008 University School, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN

Graduate Assistant, 3rd grade, 4th grade.

 SPECIALIZED TRAINING

June AP US History Summer Institute. UNC Asheville, NC.

 

February 25, 2012 Public History Field Experience: Industrialization, Labor, and Redevelopment in the Twentieth Century. Heritage Alliance. Presented by Dr. Tom Lee at the Kingsport Higher Education Center.

 

February 21, 2012 Melungeons of Appalachia Workshop. Heritage Alliance. Presented by Wayne Winkler at Blountville Middle School.

 

January 30, 2012 Mini Institute: Era 6: Industrial Development of the United States (1870-1900). Heritage Alliance. Presented by Dr. Andrew Slap at Northeast State Community College.

 

January 23, 2012 Mini Institute: Era 6: Industrial Development of the United States (1870-1900). Heritage Alliance. Presented by Dr. Andrew Slap at Northeast State Community College.

October 2011 Mini Institute: ERA 8: The Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945). Heritage Alliance. Presented by Dr. Andrew Slap at Northeast State Community College.

September 2011 Mini Institute: ERA 5: Civil War and Reconstruction (1850-1877). Heritage Alliance. Presented by Dr. Andrew Slap at Northeast State Community College.

March 2011 Tennessee Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference. Franklin, TN.

November 2010 AP US History Training Workshop. Greeneville, TN.

June 2010 Science and Technology in History. Heritage Alliance. Presented by Tony Galloway at East Tennessee State University.

June 2010. Using Cemeteries in the Classroom. Heritage Alliance. Presented by Deborah Montanti at the Jonesborough Cemetery.

October 2009 AP US History Training Workshop. Greeneville, TN.

April 2009 Using Newspapers in the Classroom. Tennessee Education Association Student Program Spring Delegate Assembly session.

February 2009 Cold War Mini Institute. Heritage Alliance. Presented by Dr. Dale Schmitt at East Tennessee State University.

November 2008 Developing Cultural Identity. National Education Association. Presented by Isabelle New Moon. Felecia Owens, NEA Diversity facilitators.

October 2008 Storytelling Across the Curriculum. Tennessee Education Association Student Program at ETSU. Presented by Jean Smith.

October 2008 Praxis II Workshop. Tennessee Education Association Student Program at ETSU. Presented by Nikki Fields and Linda Holmes of TEA.

September 2008 The Rights of Educators. Tennessee Education Association Student Program Fall Conference session.

April 2008 How to Address Bullying in the Classroom. Tennessee Education Association Student Program Delegate Assembly session.

April 2008 Diversity Training. Tennessee Education Association Student Program Delegate Assembly session.

February 2008 Future Teachers Conference: Integrating Mathematics and Science into Curriculum. Tennessee Education Association Student Program at ETSU.

AWARDS AND HONORS

2008 ETS Recognition of Excellence

2008 Claudis and Katherine Earnest Clemmer Scholarship

2007 Claudis and Katherine Earnest Clemmer Scholarship

2007 Professor E.E. And Margaret Johnson Hawkins Memorial Scholarship

2005, 2007, 2008, 2009 Dean's List

COMMUNITY RELATED/PROFESSIONAL/ACADEMIC/SERVICE ACTIVITIES:

2011-present University School Middle School Cross Country Coach

2011 Centennial Committee member of ETSU Centennial Celebration

2010- present, University School Student Government Association advisor

2008 President, Tennessee Education Association Student Program at ETSU (STEA)

2008 Audited HIST 5007: Study Abroad Trip to China with Dr. Antkiewicz

2008 Move-In Day Volunteer for STEA at ETSU

2008 Sidewalk Sale Preview Event Volunteer for STEA at ETSU

2008 Junior Day Volunteer for History Society at ETSU

2008 Winter Cruise Volunteer for History Society at ETSU

2008 Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society member

2008 Coalition for Kids Volunteer

2007, 2008 Secretary of ETSU History Society