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Sarah Bartley

Sarah Bartley

Web Developer + Designer

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My name is Sarah and I'm a web developer specializing in custom websites with amazing user experiences. I'm looking to connect with companies and individuals who are passionate about UX/UI design.

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Independent

Web Developer + Designer

I began to explore different career options when I discovered coding. Soon I was learning how to code websites with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, & jQuery. I keep working on growing as a developer building web projects and learning new skills.

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Knitting for JavaScripters

Sara Regan (my instructor at Skillcrush 104) sent this to me when I started to learn Ruby. Mariko's demonstration shows the possibilities of what can be done with code even with crafts.

BritishPandaChick

Founder and Content Creator

I always wanted to start a blog and finally got the courage to start one in 2015. I learned about my passion for writing by researching blog topics, editing posts, and managing social media content. I write weekly topics on a variety of subjects. I recently launched a second blog on my portfolio site which talks about tech, career advice, and crafts.

Sylvan Learning Center

Teacher

I started to develop my teaching style during weekly tutoring sessions. I motivated and mentored students in order to increase student achievement in reading, writing, and math. I coached high school students on study skills and standardized test prep. I did lots of data collection through the IOS app Sylvan Sync.

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Stark County Educational Service Center

Substitute Teacher

I filled in for teachers by managing small groups of students and monitoring student behavior. I taught pre-planned lessons and modified tasks according to individual learning needs. I led classroom aides in group activities and delegated tasks to encourage student success.

Career

University of Akron

Masters of Science, Education

I spent 2 years learning how to modify and accommodate learning for students with special needs. During summer 2009, I learned how to use technology to help special needs students learn academic content. I built and designed a Smartboard lesson based on the book Horton Hears a Who.

Otterbein University

Bachelors of Science, Education

I took an educational technology class during Fall 2004 which introduced me to ways teachers can incorporate tech in the classroom. I worked with two other students to build a web quest unit on The Great Depression and made a website using Dreamweaver software. It changed the way I looked at tech and led to me learning how to use a Smartboard and Elmo projector.

"It's kind of fun to do the impossible." Walt Disney