Brooke Rosenau, BS

North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities
Minot State University
500 University Avenue West
Minot, ND 58707
 
Phone: 701-858-3407
Email: brooke.l.rosenau@minotstateu.edu
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Last Updated: March 14, 2019

Brooke Rosenau
 

Project/Program/Clinic Contacts: Minot Infant Development Program (MIDP)
 
Discipline(s): Education/Special Education
 
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership
 
Education: Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education; enrolled in Master's Program at MSU for Early Childhood Special Education

Vita/Bio

EXPERIENCE


NANNY PRIVATE HOME, MAY 2010-AUGUST 2013
● Teach daily living skills
● Enhanced daily academic activities to encourage her to learn and grow
● Create a safe and healthy environment
● Maintain responsibility for multiple children


SPECIAL EDUCATION INTERNSHIP MINOT STATE UNIVERSITY, JUNE 2014-JULY 2015
● Collaborate with peers and university supervisors
● Lead students with various types of disabilities of all school ages
● Plan and facilitate multiple-intelligence activities to reach all students needs and skill levels
● Generate activities that fulfill fitness and health, education, safety, communication, enjoyment and multi-sensory needs


DIRECT SERVICE PROVIDER EASTER SEALS GOODWILL OF NORTH DAKOTA, FEBRUARY 2014-15
● Provide a safe, healthy, structured and positive environment for consumers
● Communicate with his parents as well as teachers to ensure everyone is working towards the same goals with diverse needs and most current challenges in mind
● Accompany consumer to community activities


LEAD CONSULTANT SCENTSY, FEBRUARY 2014-PRESENT
● Organized business operations
● Initiate interaction with people on my team, downline and customers
● Maintain current and accurate information
● Promote myself and marketing positively throughout the company


SUBSTITUTE TEACHER TGU SCHOOLS, NOVEMBER 2014-DECEMBER 2017
● Guide classrooms of diverse ages and subjects
● Provide excellent classroom management
● Communicate with TGU's superintendent, school principals, classroom teachers and other school personnel
● Maintain responsibility for multiple students at a time


SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER AND PRESCHOOL TEACHER TGU SCHOOLS, JUNE 2015-DECEMBER 2017
● Lead classrooms, small groups or individuals of diverse ages and subject areas
● Collaborate daily with school staff for individual and group programming
● Plan and facilitate a preschool classroom for at risk students
● Case manage, generate and facilitate IEPS
● Serve preschool and kindergarten students in cognitive, social, academic, self-help, motor, language or medical needs
● Create and maintain positive relationships with students and their families
● Collect data to drive goals and programming for students

NCEC 21ST CENTURY CCLC SITE COORDINATOR TGU TOWNER, NORTH DAKOTA, AUGUST 2016-DECEMBER 2017
● Manage the budget, maintain paperwork, scheduling, and attendance for the program
● Create an inviting, clean and safe environment
● Collaborate daily with co-workers to create a safe and academic based before and after school program
● Plan and facilitate activities for children ranging in grades kindergarten through seventh grade
● Communicate and create successful relationships with students and their families


NDCPD INFANT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM EARLY INTERVENTIONIST MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA, JANUARY 2018-PRESENT
● Attend home visits, meetings, evaluations and consults
● Work as a team member and collaborate with co-works
● Use a coach and consult model while working with families
● Communicate with families on the progress and needs of their children

EDUCATION

MAGIC CITY CAMPUS, MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA UNITED STATES
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE, MAY 2010
GPA: 3.227, ACT Score: 23

MINOT STATE UNIVERSITY, MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA UNITED STATES
COMPLETED COURSEWORK WITH A BACHELORS OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION WITH A MAJOR IN SPECIAL EDUCATION, MAY 2015
GPA: 3.661, CUM LAUDE GRADUATE
MSU President's and Dean's List for five semesters with a 4.0 during seven semesters.

MISC. GRAD CREDITS, MINOT/BISMARCK/GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA UNITED STATES
COMPLETED COURSEWORK FROM VARIOUS INSTITUTIONS FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION. IN THE SUBJECT AREAS SUCH AS CRISIS PREVENTION AND MANAGING HARD TO REACH STUDENTS. 7 CREDITS

MINOT STATE UNIVERSITY, MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA UNITED STATES
PURSUING A MASTERS DEGREE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION, JANUARY, 2018 -PRESENT

LEADERSHIP

TEENS NIGHT OUT MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA UNITED STATES
December 2013- Fall 2015, Advisor: Judy Garber.
● Assist with the planning of the Special Education Prom, April 2014
● Organize programs for school aged children, lead bi-weekly activities
● Develop activities while considering skill levels, gender and mobility of each student
● Work together to facilitate thirty or more children with disabilities at any given time

BEHAVORIAL COMMITTEE BOTTINEAU, NORTH DAKOTA UNITED STATES
2016 Peace Garden Special Education Unit
● Present to area teachers on Zones of Regulation
● Consult and create a successful plan for an area preschool to better manage daily behaviors, such as scheduling, breaking into group and the use of different strategies
● Plan and facilitate multisensory lessons on the Zones for preschool students