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Summary
A motivational student who studies in American Sign Language at Kent State University and plan to graduate in Spring of 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Dedicated and a desire in pursuing a career in advocate, teach and serve in the Deaf Community with the fluency in ASL and the knowledge of the language.
Skills
  • PowerPoint proficiency
  • Microsoft Office
  • lesson plans
  • Well organized
Experience
OYO Deaf/Hard of Hearing Camp Mansfield , Ohio Summer Camp Counselor - Employment 08/2017 to 08/2017
  • Assist, Counsel and guide the campers in personal growth and daily living skills.
  • Empower the campers into taking leaderships and roles in every activity that we do on a daily basis. 
  • Teaching the campers how to be a problem solver when they feel conflict and recongize an issue. Learn to communicate and express their problems towards others in order to build a relationship.
  • Supervise the campers at all the times.
  • Communicate effectively with co-counselors.
  • Identify and respond to camper behavioral issues and report concerns to camp leadership and co-counselors
  • Check daily attendance towards the campers.
Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Cleveland, Ohio Community Teacher - Employment 10/2016 to Current
  • Create, improvise, prepare and research included the book material to develop my lesson plans to all who desire to learn American Sign Language.
  • Refine students' signings and manage classroom setting.
  • Also provide private ASL classes to all individuals, families and deaf immigrants who communte to America.
Summer Employment Deaf Service Center Columbus, Ohio Staff 06/2016 to 08/2016
  • Teach deaf students living independent skills.
  • Mentor and Observe deaf students.
  • Report about the deaf students.
  • Drive the students to Kroger for grocery shopping and trips.
Kent State University Kent, OH American Sign Language Tutor 08/2015 to Current
  • Assist students in the lab.
  • Refining students' signings
  • Using the book material to assist
  • Explain the concepts of ASL when needed
  • Mentor and Observe students.
  • Computer skill in excel sheet for students.
  • Clean up equipment.
Bright Horizons, Riverside Children's Center Columbus, Ohio Teacher Aide - Employment 03/2010 to 07/2012
  • Supervise and instruct children in the classroom
  • Assist students in the classroom
  • Assist with snack time.
North Broadway Children's Center Columbus, Ohio Teacher Aide - Internship 01/2010 to 01/2011
  • Supervise and observe the children in the classroom
  • Mentor students
  • Assist teachers and students in prep work.
Ohio School for the Deaf Office of Instruction Ohio Teacher Aide - Internship 01/2010 to 01/2011
  • Supervise and observe students in the classroom
  • Supervise dorm in the morning
  • Mentor students in morning activities
  • Assist teachers in prep work.
Ohio School for the Deaf Alice Cogswell Center Columbus, Ohio Teacher Aide - Internship 01/2009 to 01/2010
  • Supervise and observe students in the classroom
  • Assist children during snack time
  • Assist with toilet training.
Jennifer Smith-Dudash Deaf Service Center Columbus, Ohio Employment Specialist
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  • Email: .
OYO Camp Mansfield, Ohio Camp Staff 08/2017 to 08/2017
Ohio School for the Deaf Office of Instruction Columbus, Ohio Physical Education Assistant - Internship 01/2009 to 01/2010
  • Supervise and assist students
  • Clean up Equipment
  • Set up activities Assist teacher in class instruction
Education and Training
Bachelor of Arts: American Sign Language Present Kent State University, Kent, OH, United States Deans List, Fall 2017
Associate of Arts: General Studies 2015 Richland College, Dallas, TX, United States
Activities and Honors
Co-founder and Vice President of Deaf Power Organization at Kent State University: 2016-Present
  • Making a schedule to set up meetings every once a month   
  • Communication effectively with the officers   
  • Managing conflicts   
  • Goal setting for social and educational events   
  • Group Leadership   
  • Coordination   
  • Decision-making with the officers
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Professional Summary
Experienced Malay language specialist professional with strong leadership and relationship-building skills.
Languages
English, Malay (both at 1st language mastery) Bahasa Indonesia (conversational)
Skills
  • Microsoft Professional, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Apple Mac- I Movie, PageMaker, Adobe Photo-Shop and Illustrator
  • Gmail, Google drive, Google apps, Google scholar, shared folders, Skype video conferencing,
  • online translation tools, online official bilingual dictionaries, Social Media, online digital libraries,
  • Quizlet, MindMap
  • Staff development
  • Extremely organized
  • Process implementation
  • Project management
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Self-motivated
  • Team liaison
  • Team leadership
  • Data management
Work History
08/2012 to 08/2016
Marlborough College Malaysia
  • Key support for department teachers with regards to teething problems in a start-up institution.
  • Data analysis for class sets.
  • Spearheaded service learning project and worked in collaboration with parents (stakeholders).
  • Fund raising for adopted homes for the underprivileged and women.
  • Daily use of translation with use of online official bilingual dictionaries.
  • Research and compiling of resources in both English and Malay language for written academic exercises at diploma level.
  • Application of broad range of text types.
  • Regular presentations for parents' conferences - English as the medium of delivery in public speaking.
  • Regular feedback for written assignments.
  • Proven track record of outstanding results for first IB cohort of the school.
08/2016 to Current
St. Joseph's Institution International
  • Launched the Malay Language Studies and Cultural department in August 2016.
  • Designed the internal curriculum framework and Malay IB diploma programme.
  • Involed in the IB authorization process.
  • Worked collaboratively with a team of 5 language teachers.
  • Sharing sessions are regularly held in the sharing of best classroom practices as well as collaboration of resources.
Malay Language Teacher, 01/2012 to 01/2013
01/2013 to 01/2016
Head of Department
  • Launched the Malay language studies department in August 2012.
  • Constructed the curriculum framework (international syllabus).
  • Collaboration with regional IB schools and involved in interviews for the IB authorization (2013).
  • Staff deployment, supervised teachers, reviewing of work plans and curriculum framework as well as handling department meetings.
  • Proven track record of results - consistent above 50% distinctions.
  • Data analysis for learning needs and regular updates with IB coordinator.
  • Initiated and collated glossaries for non-native speakers with the use of Quizlet and Google shared documents.
  • Initiated service learning projects and raised funds for an adopted home of the disabled in Johor.
General Education Officer, 06/2001 to 09/2012
Ministry of Education
  • East View Primary School St.
  • Gabriel's Secondary School.
  • Taught and spearheaded various language and cultural programmes.
  • Revamped CCA programme (dance).
  • Proven track record of outstanding results - above 50% distinctions, first time in the history of the school (St.
  • Gabriel's).
  • Staff welfare chairman -coordinates staff social gatherings, dinners, and staff retreats.
  • Data analysis and entry - school level and national marking.
  • Pastoral trained and coordinator & motivational speaker for graduating classes.
  • Sharing sessions for professional learning circles for best practices.
Education
BA: Malay Language & Applied Linguistics, 1st Class, Dean's Award 2009, GPA: 3.7
Diploma: NIE (National Institute of Education -
Education Psychology & Counseling (Transactional Analysis), MOE Singapore (2009) Sexuality Education (Pastoral Care), Ministry of Education, Singapore (2011) IB Language B & CIE (Cambridge) Foreign Language (2014)
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Summary
Experienced educator with more than 8 years working with kids in all types of settings. Currently majoring in special education.
Skills
  • Fluent in English, Standard American: Native.  Read, write, speak and understand.  At ease with all levels of business, financial and customer service terminology.
  • Fluent in Spanish, Modern Standard:  Level:   Native.  Read, write, speak and understand.  At ease with all levels of business, financial and customer service terminology.
  • Computer proficient
  • File/records maintenance
  • Microsoft Office
  • CPR Certified
  • Infant ASL: Basics
  • Quick learner
  • Innovative
  • Patient
  • Respectful
  • Creative 
  • Organized
  • Proficient in Multi-Tasking
  • Energetic
Experience
Teacher's Assistant 01/2015 to 01/2016 Apple Montessori Schools Hoboken, NJ/Hudson County Main function: Assisted the teacher with daily lesson plan and activities. Taught class lessons to assigned group of infants such as infant ASL, baby yoga, educational learning games, and music. Provided assistance to infants (3 - 24 months) with daily activities such as eating, and communicating. Cleaned up after children snacks, naps, lunch, and any other necessary times. Supervised the students at all times. Answered the school phone.  Informed, discussed, and/or answered any of the parent's questions or concerns. Logged and tracked all the children's daily activity and progress.
Costumer Service Associate 11/2013 to 01/2015 Gap Inc. Winchester, VA/Frederick County Main function: Worked primary register. Was the top Old Navy card seller in repeated occasions. Made over 25% of the entire store's credit card sales in a month. Provided customer assistance such as answering questions, providing merchandized and being on hand for any requests. Had practice and training in loss-prevention regulations, shipment policies, inventory organization and coordination as well as fitting room management, and running the sales floors.
Preschool Teacher 05/2013 to 10/2013 Tiny Tots Child Care Center, Llc. North Bergen, NJ/Hudson County Main function: Taught age groups 4-5, and occasionally substituted or assisted in teaching age groups 1-3 at Tiny Tots Preschool and Daycare. This involved preparing the lesson plans; such as class work, activities, and homework. Taught school lessons to children according to their needs. Cleaned up after children snacks, naps, lunch, and any other necessary times. Supervised the students at all times. Answered the school phone.  Informed, discussed, and/or answered any of the parent's questions or concerns.
Teacher's Assistant for an English as a Foreign Language Special Education Summer Program 06/2012 to 08/2012 Network of International Christian Schools Miraflores, Lima/Lima Main function: Assisted the teacher with daily lesson plan and activities. Taught class lessons to assigned group of students. Provided assistance to children (Pre-school through second grade) with English as a foreign language and/or a mental disabilities who required extra attention.
Elementary Afterschool Tutor for English as a Foreign Language 09/2011 to 12/2011 Network of International Christian Schools Miraflores, Lima/Lima Main function: Provided elementary students who spoke English as a foreign language with one-on-one help with homework, classwork, projects, and any academic areas of focus; whether it meant correcting their homework or taking the time to explain words or concepts the student(s) did not understand.
Education and Training
Associate of Arts: Special Education 2018 Hudson County Community College North Bergen, NJ/Hudson County, United States of America A semester away from graduating with an associates of arts in special education.
Activities and Honors
Member, Sigma Kappa Delta National English Honor Society. (2017 - present)
 
Volunteer Spanish to English Interpreter Leader (July 2009 - April 2012)
Main function: Provided on-site consecutive and simultaneous interpreting for an American Youth Group in Lima, Peru. The tasks were to translate for the youth leader (who spoke Spanish as a native language), from Spanish to English and vice-versa for some of the English speaking youth who did not speak Spanish.
 
Volunteer for the United States Embassy Association (USEA) Special Needs Christmas Party. (December 2011)
Main function: Paired up with children that were either burnt, blind, deaf, mute, handicapped, terminal, and/or had some sort of special needs and were their friend and guide for the day as we took them through all sorts of fun games, and activities.  Would play, guide, and help them with meals or recreational that were present.  
 
Volunteer for an Orphanage Work Project. (September 2010)
Main function: Painted walls, fences, and helped with the construction of a new orphanage home in the rural areas of Lima, Peru. Set up activities for the kids, and spent some quality time with them.
 
Volunteer Translator for “Anglicans in Service” Canadian Mission Trip in Peru. (July 2009)
Main function: Went to the mountain areas of San Juan, Peru and visited schools with a Canadian Mission Trip. Shadowing the team throughout the day, translating, and explaining everything to them from Spanish to English.

 


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Highlights
  • Created an internet based geography class 
  • Developed a reader-writer workshop model for improving student literacy
  • Integrated social justice and global awareness into social studies curriculum through projects like Model UN
  • Moderated extracurricular activities such as Bellarmine Speech team and schoolwide geography and spelling bees
  • Practiced Positive Behavior Support 
  • Developed behavioral and cognitive skills in students
  • Mentored new hire
  • Incorporated project based learning in social studies and language arts classrooms
  • Organized weekly team meetings for middle school to improve instruction and student success
  • Participated in school improvement committee, focus on curriculum and instruction
Accomplishments
  • Differentiated instruction for all students 
  • Created mini lessons targeting curricular goals to create an engaging reading workshop.
  • Facilitated instruction and assessed student learning by creating lesson plans that helped students improve their ability to read, analyze, write, listen, and speak more effectively.
  • Increased student reading standardized test scores by 10% in Social Studies and 7% in reading.
  • Created collaborative classroom experience through co-teaching.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons/projects and communicated with students, achieving a total understanding of grading rubric and overall class expectations.
  • Increased student participation and test scores by introducing relevant computer programs and exercises to encourage student interest and enjoyment.
Experience
English Language Arts and Social Studies-Grades 5-8 08/2010 to 05/2016 St. Mary Magdalen Brentwood, MO
Teacher Aid 08/2009 to 05/2010 St Peter School Kirkwood, MO
Long Term Substitute Teacher 11/2008 to 02/2009 Ursuline Academy Kirkwood, MO
Long Term Substitute 12/2007 to 05/2008 Ritenour School District St. Louis, MO
Professional Development
  • Teaching American History Grant:  Perspectives on American Democracy from 1776 to 9-11
  • Teaching American History Grant: Habits of Mind and Historical Thinking
  • Teaching American History Grant: The Civil Rights Movement and American Democracy
  • The Federal Reserve Bank:  Teaching about the Great Depression
  • Missouri Council for Social Studies Conference:  The Individual and History
  • Education Plus:  Using Apps in the Classroom
  • Education Plus:  Using Formative and Summative Assessments 
  • Education Plus:  Reading and Writing Workshop Summer Institute
  • Making Meaning:  Being a Reader, Being a Writer
  • SSD Seminar:  Differentiating Instruction
  • Project Based Learning for Differentiating Instruction
Education
Post Degree Certification: English and Social Studies University of Missouri-St. Louis St. Louis, MO, USA
Bachelor of Arts: English University of Missouri-Columbia Columbia, MO, USA Minor in History