Brittany A. Roley

Master of Arts in Teaching

Brittany A. Roley


Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education


Multiple Subjects

Endorsements (pending)


Teaching Strengths

  • Creating and maintaining a safe and welcoming learning environment
  • Differentiating instruction to meet students’ needs and build on their strengths
  • Reading endorsement anticipated July 2012


  • Oregon Health and Sciences University; BS 2007 (nursing)
  • Graduated summa cum laude
  • Willamette University, MAT

Teacher Research Topic

I have posed the following research question: How can I implement meaningful morning meetings in my second grade class? This research will also explore how I can use the morning meeting to create a supportive community of learners, how the morning meeting can help students transition into the day, and what happens if I involve students in the planning and running of the morning meeting.


Student Teaching

  • Eugene Fields Elementary School, Silverton, Oregon, 2nd grade

Practicum Teaching

  • Pringle Elementary School, Salem, Oregon, 4th grade, character study

Other Classroom / Youth Experience

  • One and one half years substituting as an instructional assistant at the elementary and middle school level
  • Coaching softball and t-ball at multiple age levels, as both a head coach and an assistant coach


Student Teaching Supervisor

  • Stephanie Lovrien, Eugene Field Elementary School, Silverton, Oregon

Practicum Supervisor

  • Tiffany Carter, Pringle Elementary School, Salem, Oregon

University Supervisor