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Special educator committed to quality instruction, family participation, and team collaboration.

Special Education & Title/LAP Teacher 08/2015 to 06/2019 Mount Baker School District Acme, WA
  • Split teaching role 2015-17: Title/LAP and Special Education teacher for K-2nd grade
  • Collaborated with general education teachers to place students into leveled groups
  • Matched student needs to appropriate reading and math curricula/lessons
  • Monitored progress with weekly and benchmark Dibels testing
  • Maintained a Title/LAP data tracking system for strategic and intensive readers, and used data to change instructional groupings
  • Participated in multi-disciplinary Kid Concern Team to match struggling students with interventions ( 2015-17)
  • 2017-19: Special Education teacher (Resource Room) for K-6th grade. I provided specialized small group instruction and in-class support time for a caseload of 23 to 31 students with IEPs
  • Included specially designed lessons that honored family values (e.g. Since Time Immemorial curriculum, legends by Native authors) since a majority of my intermediate students were Native American
  • Engaging direct instruction in phonological awareness, letter and sound recognition, decoding, fluency, and spelling (Curriculum: Corrective Reading, Edmark, and Early Interventions in Reading)
  • Incorporated manipulatives, technology, choral response, timed fact fluency, visual supports to increase student engagement during math
  • Created specially designed lessons and social stories (i.e. problem solving, self-control, peer interaction, requesting, positive self-talk)
  • Taught Skillstreaming, Zones of Regulation, and implemented a 'check-in, check-out' daily behavior routine for students on BIPs
  • Worked to generalize students' positive behavior into classrooms (weekly in-class support, constructive feedback, peer-modeling, consistent rewards/consequences)
  • Gathered input from classroom teachers, families when creating IEPs
  • Proactive approach to behavior (conducting FBAs, gathering progress data, and adjusting reinforcement to fit changing student needs)
  • Collaborated with teachers and paras to successfully reduce problem behavior and increase access to learning for approx. 10 students
  • Training in Right Response and Nonviolent Crisis Intervention
  • Experience deescalating students by teaching a calm-down routine while maintaining safety and student dignity
  • Initiated family communication about student progress, behavior, referral to counseling, connecting with Family Resource Coordinator
  • Maintained confidentiality and professionalism
Special Education Teacher - Developmental Kindergarten 09/2014 to 06/2015 Oak Harbor Elementary Oak Harbor, WA
  • Taught general education curriculum and specially designed instruction for 12 kindergarten students with IEPs
  • Created and implemented BIPs for 3 students
  • Created modifications and delivered academic and social/behavioral instruction to students with a range of different special needs including Autism, Developmental Delays, and EBD
  • Communicated consistently and professionally with families to keep them updated on student progress
Student Teacher In Developmental Preschool/ Practicum Intern In Extended Day 09/2013 to 06/2014 Greenwood Elementary School Seattle, WA
  • Created data collection system to measure student progress
  • Collaborated to create, implement, and measure effects of 1 successful behavior intervention plan
  • Delivered engaging group instruction with modifications to 12 students on IEPs
  • Adapted and implemented effective instructional programs for 2 students in Extended Day (ABA program for students with Autism) between September-March
ABA Home Therapist For 2 Clients 06/2013 to 08/2013 Supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Seattle, WA
  • Collected and shared data on client goals with BCBA and families
  • Implemented successful social/behavior, communication, and motor teaching programs
  • Collaborated with childcare and families to ensure ABA program relevance and promote generalization
Preschool Assistant Teacher 09/2012 to 06/2013 Experimental Education Unit (EEU) Seattle, WA
  • Created original modifications to support 8 students on IEPs to access curriculum
  • Supported skill acquisition and increased communication on individual alternative communication devices to promote social skill development (Vantage -1 student, PECs on iPad-1 student, PECS-3 students)
  • Assessed students using AEPS, Teaching Strategies Gold, and IEP goal activity matrices to monitor progress

Early Childhood Teacher 02/2007 to 08/2012 Northwest Center Northwest Center Child Development Program Seattle, WA
  • Promoted inclusion of preschoolers and toddlers with special needs
  • Coordinated with Special Educators, Related Service, Social Workers, and parents to facilitate positive child outcomes
  • Developed weekly lesson plans according to Creative Curriculum
Masters Degree: Early Childhood Special Education 2014 University of Washington Seattle , WA

Courses include: Functional Behavior Assessment, and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Instruction for Students with Autism, and Early Childhood Curriculum.

Bachelor of Arts Seattle Pacific University Seattle , WA

Team Leadership
  • 2014: Collaborated with two other students in my university cohort to present at the Infant and Early Childhood Conference. Presentation titled, "Can I Play Too? Simple Strategies for Effectively Including Children with Special Needs in Early Childhood Settings"
  • 2016: Led a school-wide training on how to administer the Dibels Oral Reading Fluency test for progress monitoring in collaboration with one colleague
  • 2017: Led a staff meeting in collaboration with an SLP titled "IEP 101" to increase general education teachers' knowledge of special education teachers and related service providers roles and student needs within our school community
  • 2018-2019: Led weekly team meetings for 2-3 Paraeducators that included training on a variety of topics including implementing behavior plans, teaching reading curriculum, student deescalation strategies, using social stories, and collecting data on IEP goals
  • 2019: Led two district-wide PLC meetings for an interdisciplinary group of 12-14 certificated staff on supporting students with IEPs in our school communities. Topics discussed included providing accommodations and behavior management
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To find a career as an elementary teacher where I can evolve and work creatively
Professional Experience
Kindergarten Teacher, 09/2014 to Current Roaring Fork School District Glenwood Springs, CO
•  plan a program that helps each student achieve learning objectives and curriculum goals
•  prepare lesson materials and resources
•  select and use instructional methods and materials appropriate to the standards
•  adapt standard teaching methods to meet different student needs and interests
Director After School Program, 09/2016 to Current Beyond the Bell Glenwood Springs, CO
Dual Teacher, 06/2015 to 08/2017 Summer Advantage Glenwood Springs, CO
Education and Training
Master of Arts: Teaching Elementary, 2014 Greenville College Greenville, Illinois
Master of Science: Exercise Physiology, 2008 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Edwardsville, Illinois
Professional Teaching Liscense
TS Gold
Advantage Math
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Professional Summary
  • Exposed from a young age to the food industry since my family owned a restaurant. Learned then how to cook and handle kitchen duties such as cleaning and stocking and making sure all procedures were followed to ensure a safe work environment.
  • Cooking and meal prepping as well as catering. Very sociable person who enjoys customer/client interaction.
  • I've learned how to successfully deliver high quality service for the customers as well as supervising the proper development and functioning of the kitchen staff.
  • Covered different areas such as catering and food delivery as well as kitchen cleaning and waitering I can say I have vast experience in this field.
  • For about 4 years I worked at a day care with children services in Mexico and I was in charge of supervising the proper handling and supplying of the cafeteria food.
  • I've worked as coordinator of customer care in the medical field and my job was to establish a personal relationship and identify the needs of the patient in order to determine the most appropriate treatment.

    • Great people skills
    •  Experienced with food industry and catering services
    • Familiar with child care
    • Fast and efficient service worker
    • Quick learner
  • Customer-oriented
  • Good with numbers and math
  • Late-night shift availability
  • Fluent in Spanish
  • Dedicated team player
  • Friendly and helpful
Work History
11/2012 to Current
Provider Ace Primary Home Care
  • Performed direct patient care aimed at increasing comfort, psycho, social and spiritual well-being by providing assistance with personal hygiene, physical comfort, nutrition, elimination, prevention of skin breakdown, rehabilitation and safety.
  • Caring and providing for elderly patients, assisting with everyday activities such as meal preparation, cleaning living area, as well as supervising medication intake.

02/2012 to 09/2015
Cook Pastor Caleb Garcia Firs Baptist Church Mcallen
  • Cooked and packaged large batches of food that were prepared to order or kept hot until needed.
  • Prepared a variety of foods according to customers' orders or supervisors' instructions, following approved procedures.
  • Food preparation for social events and cooking for members at church

03/1988 to 10/1991
Kindergarten Teacher Guarderia Infantil IMSS Mexico
  • Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.
  • Distributed nutritious breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks for the children.
  • Maintained a child-friendly environment with access to outdoor activities.
  • Maintained accurate and detailed records, including staff and child files on enrollments, attendance, health and safety, emergency contact information and incident reports.

High School Diploma:
Region One Adult Education center - 4305N Mcoll rd Mcallen Tx 78504

TEXAS ANSI Food Handler Certificate

Texas A&M University Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program Certificate

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Professional Profile
I have been a dedicated Elementary School Teacher with ten years of experience using Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. I have good multitasking skills. I am also good at communicating with others. I have spent ten years communicating on a daily basis with students, staff members, administration, and parents. I have been on several committee's and I have also taken on additional job duties such as Professional Learning Communities, teacher trainer, lead paraprofessional trainer, assessment coordinator, and many more over the past ten years. 

  • Microsoft Office proficiency
  • Excel spreadsheets
  • Results-oriented
  • Self-directed
  • Time management
  • Strong problem solver
  • Understands grammar
  • Report writing
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Hard working
  • Take pride in work well done 
  • Enjoy new learning opportunities
  • Enjoy new challenges
Relevant Experience
I have a good understanding of multitasking several jobs at one time and they needed to be done on time and efficiently. 

08/2012 to Current
Kindergarten Teacher Spectrum Academy North Salt Lake, Utah
Teachers perform many different daily tasks. Many are state required while others are school specific. A few of my daily tasks are: communicating with administration, peers, and parents, along with my students. Lesson planning and implementation of lesson plans and curriculum, modifying curriculum, creating a learning environment for each student. Data tracking, implementation of IEP (Individual Education Plans) goals and writing annual IEP goals for students who qualify for special education services. Reviewing student files, meeting with parents and administration to help students who do qualify for special education services. 
On top of that I was also asked to be on several different committee's to help plan school events and other related topics. I was also the PLC (professional learning community) leader for kindergarten through second grade for several years. We had a weekly meeting discussed school events, teacher concerns, administration concerns, implementation of new curriculum, we also reviewed school data to ensure we were meeting state requirements. 
I was also on the accreditation team. I have happily accepted all positions and duties Spectrum has asked me over the past ten years. 
10/2007 to 08/2012
Lead Paraprofessional Spectrum Academy North Salt Lake, Utah
Before I became a kindergarten teacher I was the lead paraprofessional in many different classrooms. I was assigned to work with new teachers to help them get settled into teaching. I helped with classroom management and behavior supports, I would run small and whole group instruction, curriculum implementation, data tracking, and I also was in charge of holding a weekly meeting for all the paraprofessionals to help support them in the classroom, to address any upcoming school events, and to address any concerns they had. 
In that time I was on the behavior team to help support with student behaviors in other classrooms and to help effectively and safely transport students out of the classroom to a safe environment. 
When our high school opened I was asked to perform all student placement assessments for the 300+ students we accepted that year. It was my job to schedule, prep, and administer the appropriate assessment to each student. Ask and answer any parent questions, and to help place students into correct classrooms. 
06/2006 to 08/2007
New Accounts Specialist Discover Card West Valley, Utah
I was a new accounts specialist for Discover Card. This entailed reviewing new applications, running credit checks, verifying information on the application, making outbound calls to the applicant to ensure there was no fraud with the application. I would also receive inbound calls from applicants about their application. 
My calls were recorded and reviewed by my team administrators. I always received excellent scored in customer service and support. 
I also took dispute overflow inbound calls when their department would back up. It was a challenge helping disgruntled applicants understand the review process of their application and why it was declined. It required patience, understanding, and empathy. 
Associate of Applied Science: Elementary Education University of Phoenix Salt Lake City, Utah, USA I studied at University of Phoenix online. I received my associates degree in Elementary Education. I continued my education into my bachelors program for Elementary Education. I completed all my course work and started working on my student teaching. 
I have been in the educational field for ten years, it has taught me many valuable skills such as time management, organizational skills, communication skills, patience and understanding for other's feelings and thoughts, computer skills and programs, I have had to learn to be a quick thinker and problem solver. I have had to learn to adapt to an ever changing environment. I am able to work with all different personalities as well. Everyone is different and has a different way of processing and relaying information. 
I want to continue to grow and learn and I hope I can do that with your company. 
Thank you.