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Skillful Inclusion Teacher resume

Marilyn Mickey
Professional Profile
Reliable, industrious and innovative Educator seeking to transition into Business bringing strengths in areas of platform skills, written communication, problem analysis and resolution and the ability to rapidly learn new technologies and gain new skill sets.
Qualifications
  • Curriculum Design and Assessment
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Strong presentation and interpersonal skills
  • Data Analysis 
  • Detail-oriented
  • Time management
  • Performance tracking
  • Deadline driven
  • Team building
  • Certified English Language Arts and Special Education Teacher
Relevant Experience
Facilitative Leader: Prepare for and organize meetings within department to communicate district and school-wide information; coach colleagues with research-based instructional techniques for students in both general and special education settings; support new teachers with professional goal-setting and informal classroom observations.
Adept Task Administrator: Systemize program management for expanding caseload and conduct assessment  while maintaining full-time classroom duties; train and delegate obligations to instructional staff to ensure efficient and unified instruction in the classroom and among department members; prepare documentation for team meetings, gather and present data regarding student performance; assistant to operations manager responsible for purchasing, supply inventory, scheduling events and marketing.
 Excellent Interpersonal and Group Communicator: Establish strong, supportive rapport with diverse clientele; ensure communication lines are open, honest and direct; communicate complex information into comprehensible language; maintain regular, systematic communication with team members.
Technology-proficient: Microsoft Office programs; Google; troubleshooting basic technological complications.

Knowledgeable in Education Finance and Budgeting: Gather, organize and evaluate information to guide purchases for department (i.e. curriculum and office supplies); participate in discussion and vote on finance decisions made by School Site Council; directly instructed in education finance and budgeting matters to high school students and adults.
Host for Personal Finance Class: Facilitated Financial Peace University program taught by financial professional, Dave Ramsey, to educate community members how to achieve financial goals by eliminating debt, build savings for emergencies and develop a better understanding about investments.
Experience
English Language Arts Teacher
August 2014 to Current
Comal Independent School District New Braunfels, Texas
  • Design curricular weekly units and daily lesson plans for three individual English courses
  • Submit weekly plans to administration for review
  • Meet weekly with team to coordinate lessons, assessments and instructional strategies
  • Maintain records and progress for student caseload of 150
  • Provide feedback to all students in timely manner with a total of more than 1,000 essays per year
  • Analyze student data to determine areas of improvement and necessary adjustments to curriculum
  • Mentor student-teachers in lesson planning, grading and classroom management
Special Education Teacher
November 2011 to June 2014
Comal Independent School District New Braunfels, Texas
  • Trained coworkers across various departments in special education regulations
  • Advised students in transitional skills such as resume writing, interviewing and marketing oneself for entry-level positions
  • Led annual meetings with administrators, parents, counselors and students with special needs
  • Documented daily, weekly, quarterly and annual progress of 25 student caseload 
  • Assisted parents with choosing appropriate course loads, placement and community services for their child
  • Mediated conferences among students, family members and administrators to resolve disagreements
Full Inclusion Teacher and Special Education Co-coordinator
August 2010 to November 2011
Northside Independent School District San Antonio, Texas
  • Collaborated with teachers to create a flexible education program and a classroom environment favorable to learning and personal growth
  • Assisted classroom teachers with direct and specialized instruction to meet the academic and social needs of all students 
  • Collaborated with parents and other professionals to develop, evaluate and monitor progress of individual education programs
  • Joined with district special education personnel to ensure dissemination of new policies, procedures and updates pertaining to Special Education laws and services, and coordinate services for children and families
Resource Specialist and Department Chair
August 2005 to February 2009
Galt Joint Union High School District Galt, California
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans aligned with standards exclusively suited for students with disabilities
  • Provided on-going support for general education teachers with mainstream students
  • Managed caseload of 25 including the development of Educational Programs and facilitating team meetings, progress monitoring, communicating with team members and conducting academic and behavioral assessments
  • Researched, reviewed and adopted department curriculum
  • Facilitated department meetings intended to communicate administrative decisions at campus and district level
  • Led colleagues to the development of department objectives aligned with campus mission
  • Monitored progress and implementation of plan to meet objectives
Independent Living Skills Teacher
August 2003 to June 2005
Grant Joint Union High School District Sacramento, California
  • Provided instruction for students with severe disabilities focusing on independent living skills
  • Developed and implemented behavioral/academic support plans described in Individual Education Plan
  • Worked with students in all skill areas including concept development, language, motor and self-help skills
  • Co-coordinated with fellow staff member to ensure student participation in Special Olympics
  • Voted Site Teacher of the Year
Education
Master of Arts : Administration and Supervision in Education University of Phoenix Galt, California, USA
Teaching Credential Sacramento State University Sacramento, California, USA
Grades K - 12
Multiple Subjects
Special Education
Bachelor of Science : Human Development University of California Davis, California, USA
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Job-winning Inclusion Teacher resume

Chad Love
Professional Summary
Create, implement, and analyze learning objectives geared towards skills growth and mastery. As a special education teacher, I had the highest growth in state testing scores for students with disabilities at the school. Successfully implemented a training regime for college-aged students geared toward procedure knowledge, communication skills with the team, and customer service. Productively collaborated with the leadership team to create community engagement programs across multiple counties to promote character development, service opportunities and college preparation programs. Analyzed, coached and developed high school aged athletes on school and athletic balance, physical techniques, and opponent recognition. Increased student engagement and efficiency by organizing and developing e-learning and web-based curriculum. Extensive verbal and written communication with individuals from a variety of cultures and backgrounds ranging from the superintendent, principals, teachers, and community members.
Skills
  • Data management
  • Staff development
  • Team leadership
  • Project management
  • Team leadership
  • Team liaison
  • Self-motivated
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Conflict resolution
  • Powerful negotiator
Work History
Grade Inclusion Teacher Aug 2016 - Current
Belton Elementary School
  • Effectively develop and implement academic plans for students with special needs in Math, English Language Arts and Social Content reducing the number of school wide discipline by over 100 incidents over five months.
  • Created interactive lessons for all students including students with disabilities, general education students, and Gifted and Talented students while increasing student success.
  • Successfully progress monitor students through curriculum based measurements, e-learning data, anecdotal notes, and other assessment forms.
  • Monitored student key performance indicator to adjust instruction and increase performance Teach for America Ambassador, Teach For America.
Teach For America Ambassador Mar 2014 - May 2016
  • Held leadership position that was offered to over 230 corps members, with only 20 members selected.
  • Ambassador team is geared towards engagement and community improvement outside the classroom.
  • Planned and prepared logistics and lesson plans for a variety of student personal growth events.
  • Effectively provided programs for South Carolina youth to build character traits and social connections.
Special Education Teacher Aug 2014 - Jun 2016
Greeleyville Elementary School Greeleyville, SC
  • Construct and design instructional units for Math, Science, Social Studies, English Language Arts, History and Health.
  • Successfully increased mastery of students in grades 1st through 6th.
  • Assisted in implementing lesson plans through technology into the classrooms for daily education.
Teacher Jul 2014 - Aug 2014
Teach For America Atlanta, GA
  • Selected as one of 6,000 accepted candidates out of over 50,000 applicants to teach in an urban or rural school district across the nation.
  • Successfully educated students in a remedial summer program under the supervision of a faculty of experienced teachers.
  • Developed unit instructional plans based on state curriculum standards.
  • Created daily lesson plans based on unit and long-term curricular goals.
  • Engineered and executed classroom management systems and procedures.
  • Engaged in a full schedule of professional development activities; including seminars, discussion groups, workshops, individual and group reflections, and 'learning teams' specific to my teaching license area.
Education
Bachelor of Science: Education Spring 2013
Bowling Green State University Bowling, Ohio
GPA: 3.32, Dean's List, GPA: 3.45
Graduate courses- Delta State University Summer Term: 2014
GPA 4.0CertificationSouth Carolina, Initial Certification (Special Education Multi-Category K-12 Highly Qualified):
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DIA SPANOS
Education
2017
Master of Arts: Childhood Education Grades 1 - 6
Queens College, City University of New York - Flushing, NY

2004
Bachelor of Arts: Cultural Anthropology
Hunter College, City University of New York - New York, NY
Certifications
  • NYS Teacher Certification - Childhood Education (Grades 1-6)
  • NYS Teacher Assistant Certificate - Paraprofessional
  • First Aid CPR Certified
Professional Summary
Passionate educational professional accomplished in designing and organizing teacher curricula, executing lessons, and collaborating with other professionals.
professional Experience
09/2017 to Current
Fourth Grade Inclusion Teacher P.S. 067 Mohegan School East Tremont, Bronx, NY


  • Teach two fourth grade classes, one general education and one ICT class (45 students total) in departmentalized instruction of math and science, New York State Common Core 4th Grade curriculum. 
  • Create lesson materials, power point presentations (daily), demonstrations, and bulletin board displays. 
  • Create customized activity worksheets and performance task assessments for math and science. 
  • Provide "glow, grow and how to" feedback on assessments and in students' notebooks. 
  • Monitor student progress, conduct consistent daily formative assessments, and adjust lessons to meet individual needs of students. 
  • Create differentiated worksheets daily with student friendly rubrics and check lists for student self-assessments based on Go Math chapter material and resources. 
  • Devise and implement creative and meaningful lesson plans. 
  • Provide differentiation for ELL students by translating teaching points, and lesson materials in to Spanish, and by providing additional Spanish language reading materials. 
  • Communicate extensively with parents and scheduled parent-teacher conferences.
  • Utilize positive interaction, rewards based systems and class Dojo with students to develop rapport, gain respect and trust to ensure a productive learning environment.
  • Work with other teachers and administrators to evaluate and revise curriculum materials.
  • Pursue professional development continually by attending educational conferences and teacher training workshops.
01/2017 to 05/2017
Student Teacher Public School 219 New York, NY
  • Participated in a third grade ELL classroom and a fourth grade general education classroom; facilitated and taught Teachers College English Language Arts units of study in reading and writing, and Envision Math curriculum
  • Formally and informally assessed and monitored student's progress; determined student strengths and weaknesses through formative and summative assessments to inform my instruction.
  • Assisted in the adaptation of curricular materials for ELL students.
  • Observed student behavior and learning, communicating observations regularly with the teacher.
  • Assisted students with preparing for and moving to other classrooms, school activities, outside activities, arrival and departure from school.
  • Taught struggling students, ELL students, and advanced learners in small group settings using Fountas and Pinnell leveled books, daily.
  • Conducted running records using Fountas and Pinnell assessment materials.
  • Graded student's homework and morning work, daily.
  • Pursued professional development by attending meetings and teacher training workshops. 
  • Designed lesson plans and submitted them for review and feedback in a timely manner.
09/2016 to Current
Substitute Paraprofessional New York City Department of Education Queens, New York
  • Assisted students with special needs in self-contained and integrated co-teaching (ICT) classroom settings.
  • Maintained a safe learning environment for the students.
  • Communicated verbally and nonverbally with children to provide them with comfort, encouragement and positive reinforcement.
  • Observed student behavior and learning, communicating observations regularly with the teacher.
  • Assisted students with preparing for and moving to other classrooms, school activities, outside activities, arrival and dismissal.
  • Communicated to the teacher any unusual situations or needs of students; notified appropriate personnel of any evidence of child neglect, and severe medical conditions.
07/2016 to 08/2016
Teacher's Assistant Leaders Summer Camp, Located at Public School 107 Flushing, NY
  • Assisted teacher with 2nd Grade Curriculum in ELA and Math
  • Set up lesson materials, bulletin board displays and demonstrations.
  • Supervised students in classrooms, halls, cafeterias, schoolyards, and on field trips.
  • Completed and filed all necessary paperwork for classroom activities.
04/2016 to 06/2016
Tutor Volunteer Reading Partners of New York, Located at PS 33 Queens Village, NY
  • Provided individual ELA tutoring to 2nd and 3rd grade students.
  • Read aloud to students, assessed their reading fluency and comprehension, documented recommendations.
  • Scaffolded students one-to-one using appropriate educational materials.
01/2006 to 09/2017
Small Business Owner Operator My City Catering LLC New York, NY
  • Perform post event assessments and communication with clients, such as follow-up emails and requests for feedback from event stakeholders. 
  • Prepare numerous custom reports using Excel software.
  • Communicate personally with new and existing clients on all bookings.
  • Assign and direct staff to their duties; manage and monitor events' over all flow and make adjustments when needed.
  • Manage and resolve customer issues and complaints.
  • Execute and maintain all client and vendor contracts
  • Supervised website creation, search engine optimization, and social media marketing strategies.
  • Assessed training needs through surveys, interviews with staff, and consultation with managers.
  • Practiced team exercises and group discussions, to instruct staff in a variety of ways. 
  • Booked and coordinated events with 800+ guests and with 50+ floor staff, waiters and bartenders.
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