Resource room teacher for students with disabilities. An education professional driven to create an environment that promotes hands-on learning for children at all stages of the learning process. Remain calm with superb communication skills during lessons with students of behavioral and developmental disorders.
Lead Hebrew Immersion teacher in a Montessori structured preschool classroom. The students acquired a second language through the “Chalav u Devash” Hebrew curriculum. Advanced the children's Hebrew comprehension and Hebrew language through Hebrew games, songs, lessons and art.
Implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum on a weekly bases which offered a stimulating curriculum that accommodated all learning styles. Advanced the children's creativity and imagination by helping them discover new things each day. Incorporated music and art activities to encourage creativity and expression. Carefully monitored children's play activities for any developmental delays. Always maintaining a positive, warm and patient relationship with the children, their parents and other staff members.
Promoted appropriate behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method. I observed children for signs of illness, injury, emotional disturbance, learning disorders and speech problems. On a weekly basis, collaborated with colleagues on developing new classroom projects and monthly themes. Maintained daily records of children's individual activities, behaviors, meals and naps.
Coursework in Early Childhood Education and in Child Development.
Coursework in Nutrition Science, Human Anatomy and Physiology.
Certificate in Personal Training.
Emphasis in Child Development
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