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Summary
I believe that education is the door to a myriad of opportunities. Education can prepare students academically and socially to become productive citizens of our global society. It is my belief that all students can learn through strong, focused, and reflective instruction. It is my goal to work with students, parents, faculty and community members to make school a center for learning and a provider of pertinent resources.
Accomplishments
  • Have been a member of several leadership teams and have worked closely with principals, in making critical decisions that support the school wide vision.
  • Have had extensive training in Literacy and English Language Development.
  • Have the ablity to build on teachers' strengths and am able to coach them in reflecting and strengthening their practice.
Experience
08/2017 to 05/2018
Resource Teacher Herbert Ibarra Elementary San Diego, CA
  • Support the Principal with Instructional and operational responsibilities.
  • Facilitate Professional Development
  • Test Coordinator for CELDT, ELPAC, and SBAC. 
  • English Learner coordinator and ELAC facilitator.
  • Member of the Instructional Leadership Team.
  •  Serve as Administrative Designee.
08/2016 to 10/2016
Interim Vice-principal Audubon K-8 School
  • Built Relationships with Certificated and Classified members.
  • Served as an Educational Leader.
  • Coordinated Professional Development.
  • Developed Teacher Schedules.
  • Supported Williams Act.
  • A member of the Leadership Team.
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08/2015 to 06/2017
English Learner Support Teacher/ Coach
  • Developed and implemented interesting and interactive learning opportunities to increase student understanding of course materials.
  • Collaborated with the Area Two Superintendent and the Green Team and to capacity with site leadership.
  • Worked under the direction of Language Acquisition to strengthen instruction for English Learners.
  • Supported thirteen sites with instruction and compliance for English Learners as well as English Language Arts.
09/2010 to 07/2015
English Learner Support Teacher/Resource Teacher/ First Grade Teacher Daniel Boone Elementary
  • Working closely with principal, staff, students and Parents.
  • Testing Coordinator and facilitator of the data committee.
  • First Grade Teacher implementing Common Core Standards.
  • Developed and maintained a functioning English Learner Advisory Committee.
  • To provide instruction to select cohort of English Learners.
08/2009 to 07/2010
English Learner Support Teacher Audubon K-8 School
  • School Provided English Language Development to English Learners who needed additional support.
  • Worked closely with teachers and principal to look at English Learner data to guide instruction.
  • Establish an English Learner Advisory Committee and worked with parents on legal tasks.
01/2007 to 01/2008
Literacy Resource Teacher Rosa Parks Elementary
  • Coaching Individual teachers as well as work with grade level Professional Learning Communities.
  • Working with the Administrative Team to support teachers in Literacy and English Language Development.
09/2003 to 07/2007
English Learners Support Teacher/ Peer Coach Staff Developer Perkins Elementary School
  • To ensure teaching and learning of ELL's is enhanced.
  • To work closely with the principal, staff and parents.
  • Establish and advise an ELAC.
  • Work included facilitating grade level staff development (K-5) Facilitated school wide staff development.
  • Collaborated with the leadership team to improve literacy instruction.
09/2000 to 07/2003
Peer-Coach/Staff Developer Baker Elementary
  • Worked directly with teachers in a coaching model.
  • Provided Staff Development based on the needs of the School.
  • Collaborated as a member of the leadership team.
02/1989 to 02/2000
Marine Science Teacher/ Bilingual and Spanish Immersion Teacher Emerson/Bandini Elementary School
  • Emerson-Bandini Elementary As Marine Science Teacher responsibilities were to to provide a hands on curriculum to students.
  • Kindergarten and First grade Bilingual Teacher in Kindergarten and First grade settings.
  • Spanish Dual Immersion Teacher, Kindergarten, and First grade.
Skills
  • Bilingual/Spanish 
  • Staff Developer
  • English Language Development
  • Early Literacy
  • ELPAC coordinator
  • Coach for Equity
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Elementary School Teacher
  • Provide a warm, supportive environment for developing academic, emotional and social growth.
  • Instill confidence, self-esteem and an optimistic attitude in each child.
  • Implement a wide range of learning materials to appeal to student interests, maximizing participation and learning potential.
Skills
  • Basic Spanish Language skills
  • Fluent in Spanish
  • Teaching/tutoring
  • Experience with special-needs students
Work History
Substitute, 08/2017 to Current
Gwinnett County Public Schools Gwinnett County, GA
ESOL Teacher, 01/2017 to 05/2017
Jenkins Elementary School Lawrenceville, GA
  • Taught small groups throughout 4 segments of push-in and pull-out for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade English Language Arts and Math.
  • Attended grade level technology planning and grade level academic planning.
  • Assigned grades online for end of the year.
Long-Term Substitute Teacher, Interrelated Resource Teacher, 10/2016 to 12/2016
Jenkins Elementary School Lawrenceville, GA
  • Taught small groups throughout 4 segments of push-in and pull-out for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade English Language Arts and Math.
  • Created and taught 3 STEM projects with the 3rd grade pull-in segment.
  • Administered Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment.
Fourth Grade Teacher, 08/2005 to 10/2009
West Contra Costa Unified School District Richmond, CA
  • Marked lesson notes, corrected errors and made useful suggestions on written assignments for improved writing communication performance.
  • Planned lessons according to district standards to cover all requirements and prepare for standardized tests.
  • Planned and held parent/student math game night.
  • Planned and participated in overnight camp with all fourth grade.
Education
Multiple Subject Teaching Credential: Early Childhood Education (P-5) June 2006, California State University East Bay - Hayward, California
Bachelor of Arts: International Studies June 2005, California State University East Bay - Hayward, California
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Summary
Supportive ~ Collaborative ~ Accommodating ~ Unconditional Positive Regard ~ Current Versatile, dedicated, organized, consistent and team-oriented child advocate with a solid focus on the individual needs of identified and special education students. A qualified professional who understands the importance of being flexible, aware, positive and accommodating in the creation and implementation of IEPs to enhance student achievement. Works actively to create and maintain a positive relationship and perception of Special Education services among all members of the school community. Strives to be consistent, and creative in actively communicating with teachers, parents and other professionals regarding student progress throughout the academic year. Skilled in addressing and monitoring ongoing student needs, and providing research based strategies and instruction that will help children thrive and develop in an appropriate educational setting. Has experience as an Interrelated and Self-Contained Special Education Teacher, as well as a General Education Teacher in Second, Fourth and Fifth Grade. This myriad of experiences enables me to closely examine and possibly anticipate the unique roles and challenges of all team members with regards to serving students. It also further strengthens my belief in the immense importance of developing an ongoing excellent rapport among students and staff in order to be successful. The modern world continues to change at an even more rapid pace, offering many new strategies and insights into assisting special needs students. Also, aware of new technology, information and strategies that may benefit students with individual needs, as well as demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of the school curriculum and current special education policies. A professional who strives to remain current on ever- changing special education policies to remain in compliance with the law Proficiency & Skills Analyze student data to measure student growth, strengths, and weaknesses * Modify and create lesson plans based on student data and Individual Education Plans * Administer student assessments to measure growth * Facilitate Individual Education Plan meetings and parent/teacher conferences for students with disabilities * Develop and implement Individual Education Plans and Behavior Intervention Plans * Participate in ongoing Professional Development courses to improve student achievement * Collect Data and assess students for Progress Monitoring of Individual Education Plans * Instruct students with disabilities i.e. Specific Learning Disabilities, Emotional Behavior Disorder, and Other Health Impairments * Collaborate and communicate Special Needs topics/strategies with colleagues, parents, and the wider community * Implement classroom strategies/interventions to ensure positive behavior and quality academic success ! Developing and implementing individual education programs (IEPs) ! Working as a team member on a Student Support Team (SST) or (Pre-referral Team) ! Working with "At risk" students ! Parent and Teacher Conferences ! Completing State approved standardized testing and assessment (Hold training certificate in the Woodcock and Johnson III) ! Giving state standardized tests to students in general and special education (3-5) ! Writing Resource Specialist Reports for initial and three year IEP meetings ! BICM (Behavior Intervention Case Manger) training completed (experience writing Behavior Support Plans (BSP) and completing Functional Behavior Analysis (FBA) ! Helped school team prepare for a District Validation Review in the Los Angeles Unified School District
Experience
01/2011
Linwood E. Howe Elementary School, Culver City Unified School
06/2009
Monte Vista Elementary School & Richard Riordan Primary Center, Los Los Angeles Unified School District
04/2009
Special Education Resource Teacher
  • Substituted for a variety of grades from K-5 in an elementary school, which included a.
  • month long substitute position for third grade.
08/2006
Special Education Resource Teacher
01/2006
Monte Vista Elementary School, Los Angeles Unified School District Los Angeles, CA
08/2005
  • Self-Contained Special Education Teacher.
  • grades 4/5.
06/2004
Lydia Trull Public School, Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board Peterborough, ON
  • Develop and implement individualized education program for each special education student.
  • Indentify and implement goals tailored to the student's individual needs and abilities with ongoing assessment.
  • Coordinate with parents, teachers, teaching assistants and various service providers that include the speech and language therapist, occupational therapist, adapted physical education instructor, and the school psychologist for students have high functioning autism, developmental delays, speech impairments or learning disabilities in resource or general education classrooms.
  • Consult teachers on accommodations, instruction and needed materials to ensure that the diverse needs of students are successfully realized ! Employed individual instruction and small group work.
  • Exercised flexibility within the classroom addressing student needs through special accommodations ! Met with school pre-referral team (Student Support Team) as needed to collaborate with other professionals, parents and students on how to address and assist "at-risk" student needs.
06/2004
Lydia Trull Public School
  • Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board Peterborough, ON (Canada) Professional Development Initiatives ! Writing IEP workshop 2008 ! Woodcock and Johnson III Training 2008 ! BICM Workshop 2007 (Behavior Intervention Case Manager) Technological Integration and Skills Microsoft Word ~ PowerPoint ~ Internet Navigation ~ WordPerfect.
09/2001
Special Education Resource Teacher / Teacher Librarian
09/2001
Special Education Resource Teacher / Teacher Librarian
04/2001 - 10/2002
Red Lobster Peterborough, ON
  • Responsibilities included serving food, preparing food, interpersonal skills, using the computer system, greeting and seating customers, kitchen and cleaning duties.
03/2001
Peterborough, ON Haaseltons
  • Responsibilities included working the cash, opening and closing the Shop, customer service, interpersonal skills, serving and preparing food as well as supervising and training new staff.
07/2000
Server/Cashier
Education and Training
Currently Mild/Moderate Education Specialist Credential Level 11 (Pending)
August 2010
Internship, National University Los Angeles, CA Level 1 Mild/Moderate Education Specialist Instructional Credential This was completed while I worked as an Education Specialist (Resource/Interrelated/special education general education)***
July 2005
Pepperdine University Los Angeles, CA Masters: Education Psychology Education Psychology
June 2002
Nipissing University North Bay, ON Bachelor of Education
Sept. 1991
Trent University Peterborough, ON Bachelor of Art Honors Degree: Sociology Sociology
Sept. 1996
Adam Scott Collegiate & Vocational Institute Peterborough, ON Diploma Teaching Experience * August Fifth Grade ELA General Education Teacher February R.J. Vial Elementary School, St. Charles Parish Public Schools Fourth Grade General Education Teacher R.J. Vial Elementary School, St. Charles Parish Public School District Second Grade General Education Teacher Norco Elementary School, St. Charles Parish Public School District RE ....Full Time Substitute Teacher
Lakewood Elementary School, St. Charles Parish Public School
Interests
Reading, travel, yoga, Krav Maga, gardening, writing, *I would like to explain the shift from substitute, to second grade to fourth grade in the same year as it may appear confusing. My second grade class (added by ) *date did not meet the attendance goal to maintain my second grade class the following year. So unfortunately my class was dispersed into the other second grade classrooms. At this time, a fourth grade teaching position became available in the district at another school, which I accepted
Skills
autism, Case Manager, closing, interpersonal skills, interpersonal skills, customer service, instruction, instructor, Internet Navigation, materials, PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, occupational therapist, speech, supervising, Teacher, Teaching, WordPerfect
Additional Information
  • Interest and Activities Reading, travel, yoga, Krav Maga, gardening, writing, *I would like to explain the shift from substitute, to second grade to fourth grade in the same year as it may appear confusing. My second grade class (added by ) *date did not meet the attendance goal to maintain my second grade class the following year. So unfortunately my class was dispersed into the other second grade classrooms. At this time, a fourth grade teaching position became available in the district at another school, which I accepted
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Professional Summary

Knowledgeable professional adept at supporting the educational, behavioral and emotional needs of students from diverse backgrounds. Passionate individual with excellent communication skills focused on providing high quality service for fellow staff, students, and all others involved while consistently putting my best foot forward.

Skills
  • Skilled and experienced at working with an expansive variety of individuals with physical, developmental, behavioral, emotional, sensory and mental health needs
  • Skilled at de-escalating situations and maintaining a state of calmness throughout 
  • Self-motivated
  • Team leadership
  • Experienced in working and conversing with people of various personalities, abilities, ethnicities and communication styles
  • Strong written and verbal communicator
  • Materials preparation
  • Process implementation
  • Conflict resolution
Work History
Learning Support Teacher Rocky View Schools - Airdrie, AB 07/2007 - Current
  • Created and organized instructional materials to meet the needs of both groups of students as well as specific individuals.
  • Planned and led weekly team meetings with support staff.
  • Developed a unique curriculum to meet the needs of students within a school specific class.
  • Specialized in literacy and numeracy as well as behavior strategies.
  • Created schedules for teaching assistants within the school to best match them up by ability/personality with the students and teachers they worked with.
  • Planned and designed individual program plans for students, collaborating with specialists, classroom teachers, students and families while doing so.
  • Frequently met with students, parents, staff members and various professionals to discuss progress and review strategies for working with specific students.
  • Assessed student literacy and numeracy levels and designed programming to meet the individual needs of these students.
  • Frequently responded to situations that had become escalated within the school setting to help de-escalate them.
Resource Teacher / Continuing Education Coordinator Oak Park High School, Pembina Trails School Division - Winnipeg, MB 07/2004 - 05/2006
  • Created and implemented schedules for 26 teaching assistants within the high school.
  • Led lunch and learns for staff who were working with students with specific academic and/or behavioral needs, teaching the staff how to implement desired strategies in their dealings with students.
  • Served as Continuing Education Coordinator within the school, leading a team of staff overseeing high school students who were struggling to stay in school for a variety of reasons, among them mental health, drug addiction, gang involvement, apathy, victims of abuse, etc. The goal was to ultimately keep them in school by reaching out to these students and providing them with a safe place where they felt a sense of belonging.
  • Met with teachers regularly to assist with modifying or adapting program materials to meet student needs.
  • Provided ongoing support for students and served as an advocate for them.
  • Met and collaborated with at-risk students to create their individual schedules and program plans that would allow them to achieve success.
  • Created and submitted funding applications to Manitoba Education to ensure adequate funding was in place for students and programs within the school.
Resource Teacher Regina Catholic School Division - Regina, SK 08/2001 - 06/2004
  • Implemented strategies to meet the needs of mentally and physically disabled K-8 students.
  • Coordinated special education students and teacher assistant schedules with the master schedule.
  • Led activities that developed students' physical, emotional and social growth.
  • Developed individual program plans, collaborating with specialists, teachers and families of the students to best meet student needs.
Classroom Teacher Regina Catholic School Division - Regina, SK 01/2000 - 05/2001
  • Set up lesson materials, bulletin board displays and demonstrations.
  • Met regularly with parents and guardians to discuss children's progress.
  • Planned and implemented creative lessons in accordance with provincial curriculum guides.
  • Fostered team collaboration between students through group projects.
Special Needs Assistant North East School Division No 200 - Melfort, Saskatchewan 09/1994 - 06/1997
  • Worked as a special needs assistant for a student with severe non-verbal autism, a student with Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome, a student with cerebral palsy, and another student who was limited in ability due to having suffered severe abuse and neglect.
  • Implemented programming for each of the students as well as catheterized the student with cerebral palsy.
Summer Programmer Saskatoon Society for Autism - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 07/1994 - 08/1994
  • Planned and implemented summer programming for teenagers with severe autism living in a group home, each of whom required a minimum of 1-1 support
Education
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education: Special Education / School Counseling University of Manitoba - Winnipeg, MB, Canada 2007
Bachelor of Education: B.Ed University of Regina - Regina, SK, Canada 1999
Rehabilitation Worker Certificate Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus - Saskatoon, SK, Canada 1994
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Professional Summary
I am a detail-oriented and organized teacher focused on evaluating student progression and adapting lesson plans to facilitate learning and growth.  Also, I write, implement, and maintain IEP's and goals while collecting data.  I focus on  positive behavior strategies within my classroom.
Skills
  • Managing classroom for diverse populations
  • Strong collaborator
  • Experience with special-needs students
  • Technological instruction
  • Writing Individualized Education Program (IEP) 
  • Tailoring curriculum plans
  • Positive learning environment
  • Kappa Delta Pi Educational Honor Society
  • Lesson planning
  • Organized
Work History
08/2013 to Current
severe/profound teacher Mary Ford Elementary North Charleston, SC
  • Managed caseload of 10 students.
  • Wrote IEP's using Enrich and led IEP meetings.
  • Developed and implemented comprehensive instructional units in all academic areas.
  • Communicated verbally and nonverbally with children to provide them with comfort, encouragement and positive reinforcement.
  • Implemented and taught a life skills program.
  • Designed and implemented a point system to encourage positive behavior.
  • Coordinated special education students and teacher assistant schedules with the master schedule.
  • Gave one-on-one attention to students, while maintaining overall focus on the entire group.
  • Attended weekly staff training sessions and professional developments. 
  • Part of the award winning Wellness Committee for 2016-2017.


08/2012 to 07/2013
emotional disability teacher Burns Elementary North Charleston, SC
  • Led activities that developed students' physical, emotional and social growth.
  • Implemented reading and writing workshops to increase student literacy and support school reading programs.
  • Tailored lesson plans for students with emotional and cognitive disabilities.
  • Prepared reports and paperwork for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Kept in daily contact with parents on student behavior both positive and negative.


04/2011 to 08/2012
resource teacher St. Pauls Elementary School St. Pauls, NC
  • 4th/5th grade resource teacher.
  • Managed caseload of over 20 students.
  • Developed and implemented comprehensive instructional units in all academic areas.
  • Attended and participated in faculty meetings, district in-service programs, department meetings, IEP meetings, and parent-teacher conferences.

Affiliations
Alpha Phi Omega- National Service Fraternity - Fall 2009 to Spring 2011 - Awarded "Member of the Semester" - Spring 2010
Education
December 2011
Bachelor of Science: Special Education
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville - Edwardsville, IL
Certifications
Multi Cat, PIC, CPI
Additional Information

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Professional Summary
Skills
  • 13 years as a Teacher's Aide
  • 12 years in tutoring children
  • Managing classroom for diverse populations
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Experience with special-needs students
  • Classroom discipline
  • Outstanding social skills
  • Computer proficient
  • Age-appropriate lesson planning
  • Student-centered learning
  • Autism spectrum awareness
  • First Aid and CPR Certified
  • Middle School Social Studies and Language Arts endorsments
  • 3 years coaching cheerleading
  • 4 years as Yearbook Advisor 
Work History
Instructional Resource Teacher Assistant, 08/2005 to Current
Park Ridge Niles School District 64 Park Ridge, IL
  • Redirected poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Gave one-on-one attention to students, while maintaining overall focus on the entire group.
  • Designed and implemented a point system to encourage positive behavior.
  • Physically and verbally interacted with students throughout the day.
  • Organized instruction material, including constructing bulletin boards and setting up work areas.
  • Employed a broad range of instructional techniques to retain student interest and maximize learning.
  • Taught students to utilize problem solving methodology and techniques during tests.
  • Adapted teaching methods and materials to meet students' varying needs.
Director of Parent Communication and Onsite Management, 06/2000 to Current
Hi Five Sports Northbrook Northbrook, IL
  • Oversaw daily office operations for staff of 60 employees.
  • 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, and emergency contact information.
  • Resolved staff and parent disputes through constructive problem-solving techniques.
  • Conducted trainings and mentored staff, consistently improving performance.
Education
Associate of Arts: Elementary Education , 2004
Northeastern Illinois University - Chicago, IL
Elementary Education , Bradley University - Peoria, IL
High School Diploma: 1998
Highland Park High School - Highland Park, IL
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Summary

Motivated, enthusiastic educator with 20+ years experience developing students and teachers.

Core Qualifications
  • School improvement
  • Mentor and Coach
  • Staff development
  • Strong Instructional leader
  • Title I expert
  • Proven Capacity building
Achievements
  • 2010 Florida Principal of the Year
  • Featured in Orlando Sentinel article on "How to turn a school around"
  • Letters of commendation and recognition from Governor Jeb Bush, Governor Rick Scott, Congressman Daniel Webster, Senator Marco Rubio and Speaker of the House Dean Cannon
  • Outstanding Literacy Leader of the year 2009
  • 2010 Finalist for OCPS Fine Arts Principal of the Year
Professional Experience
Rosemont Elementary Orlando, FL Principal 05/2010 to Current
  • 2010 Florida Principal of the Year
  • School Turnaround from D to A in 1 year
  • 10% increase in Reading
  • 15% increase in Math
  • 9% increase in Science
  • 129 increase in points earned in grade calculation

Lake Gem Elementary Orlando, FL Principal 06/2007 to 05/2010
  • Title I school of excellence for A grade 6 years in a row
  • Outstanding literacy leader of the year
Lake Gem Elementary Orlando, FL Assistant Principal 06/2004 to 05/2007
  • Oversaw the implementation of all instructional programs including teacher training, implementation and monitoring of programs
  • Responsible for management of the daily operations of the school
  • Coordinated Mentor/Protégé program for new teacher and veteran teachers new to Lake Gem
  • Worked with new Principal on school reform, taking school from C to an A in one year

Lake Gem Elementary Orlando, FL Curriculum Resource Teacher 06/2002 to 05/2004
  • Assessment Coordinator
  • Creator and Manager of New to Lake Gem mentoring program
  • Instructional coaching of teachers


Mollie Ray Elementary Orlando, FL Teacher 01/1992 to 05/2002
  • Team Leader
  • Faculty Advisory Committee Chairman
  • Curriculum Trainer
Education and Training
Master of Science: Educational Leadership 1998 Nova Southeastern University, Lynchburg, FL, USA
Bachelor of Science: Elementary Education 1992 Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA, USA
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Professional Profile

Accomplished teaching professional seeking management and volunteer coordination employment opportunities. I aim to join an organization that makes a profound impact on the Austin community. My true passion is helping make a difference in lives of others in need.

Experience
09/2014 - 08/2014
BookSpring - Austin, Texas Volunteer Coordinator and Program Assistant
  • Led volunteer orientation trainings for over 50 individuals.
  • Assisted with projects and special events for BookSpring.
  • Recruited over 40 volunteers through websites, direct recruiting,outreach, and other creative avenues.
  • Retained volunteers through volunteer appreciation initiatives.
  • Organized a volunteer event training in cooperation with the Austin Public Library staff.
08/2013 - 06/2014
Pflugerville Independent School District - Pflugerville, Texas Special Education Resource Teacher
  • Created a Language Arts curriculum to accommodate children with special needs.
  • Organized Individual Education Plan meetings with parents and students to aid in communication.
  • Worked with and adapted to students various backgrounds and cultures.
  • Managed and trained classroom assistants to help students achieve educational goals.
08/2008 - 06/2013
Strasburg Independent School District - Strasburg, CO Special Education Teacher
  • Initiated a leadership program with organization of special events at the school.
  • Provided guidance, support, and training for students' educational needs using advanced computer technology.
  • Led a school-wide initiative to promote diversity and acceptance.
  • Organized a speaker to inform and educate over 500 students and teachers.
  • Introduced new methods of technology to differentiate instruction.
  • Adapted reading, writing, math, and science curriculum to meet the needs of students with different learning styles.
Education
2014
Austin Community College Austin , Texas Certification : Volunteer Management
2008
Metro State University Denver, Colorado Teaching license: Education
2001
University of Denver Denver, CO Bachelor of Arts: Communications/Marketing




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Summary
Enthusiastic and seasoned teacher with many years of international experience across several countries who loves educating and inspiring students towards success.
Experience
Teacher
August 2007 to June 2015
January 2007 to January 2011 American School of Dubai - Dubai
  • Teaching Assignments: English, Grades 9.
January 2011 to Current
  • Yearbook, Grades 10-12 2008-2014 World Geography, Grades 9-12 2013-present International Relations, Grades 9-12.
January 2013 to Current
Grade 9 Advisor
January 2016 to Current
Advisor
January 2012 to January 2014
Grade Level Team Leader
January 2007 to Current
  • grade 12) 2012, 2013 Extracurricular Activities: Coaching: Varsity/JV boys tennis.
January 2011 to Current
Spirit Council Advisor
January 2010 to January 2013
  • Travel on numerous athletic trips (inter'l school tournaments) MUN Chaperone.
Teacher
January 2011
BEIMUN - Beijing, China
Athletic Director
August 2002 to June 2006
September 2003 to January 2006 Lincoln School
  • Kathmandu, Nepal 200 6 Teaching Assignments: World History, Grades.
January 2004 to January 2005
January 2002 to January 2004
Physical Education
January 2002 to January 2006
January 2002 to January 2006 Model United Nations
  • Extracurricular Activities: Coaching (boys basketball, co-ed swimming, co-ed tennis) Travel on numerous athletic trips throughout South Asia MUN travel to THIMUN (The Hague) and BEIMUN (Beijing) Explore Nepal (week-long camping), Grade 12 Explore Nepal (week-long kayaking, and mountain biking trips), Grade 11.
Athletic Director
January 2002 to January 2005
Teacher
August 1999 to June 2002
Collegio Nueva Granada - Bogota
January 1999 to January 2002
basketball coach
November 2012
  • Coach and chaperone for athletic trips within Colombia Class advisor for week-long class trips, Grade 9.
Teacher
August 1994 to June 1999
American School of Kuwait - Hawali
Social Studies teacher Middle School resource teacher
January 1994 to January 1996
  • Middle School Physical Education teacher (boys) Grades 6-8 Extracurricular Activities: Coaching (JV boys basketball, HS/MS track & field, HS tennis) Coach and chaperone for various athletic trips to Middle Eastern countries MS student government.
Teacher
August 1986 to June 1994
Wando High School - Mt. Pleasant, USA, S.C.
Resource teacher
  • Grades 9-12 Resource social studies teacher, Grades 9-12 Co-teacher English, Grades 9-11 Extracurricular Activities: Varsity tennis (boys) Varsity Cross Country (co-ed).
Education
Master of Arts: M Ed : Learning Disabilities, 1986 College of Charleston - Charleston, S.C. Learning Disabilities
Bachelor of Arts : History History
Certifications
Teaching Certificate (S.C.) Status: Great rapport with students Master's +30 Collaborative educator Flexible Highly motivated teacher Coach/Advisor
Affiliations
NESA Teachers Conference, Cairo, Egypt-March 1997 Advanced Placement European History Workshop, University of Central Florida ­ July 1999 NESA Teachers Conference, Istanbul, Turkey ­ March 2005 NESA Teachers Conference, Bangkok, Thailand ­ Spring Conference 2008, 2010, 2112, 2013, 2014
Skills
C, Coach, Coaching, educator, English, government, rapport, teacher, Teaching
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Professional Summary
Dynamic Elementary Science Teacher with demonstrated capabilities in Professional Development. Committed to increasing student engagement in Science.
Skills
  • Expertise in Science, especially Earth Science
  • Strong collaborator
  • Tailoring curriculum plans to meet the needs of the students
  • Effective time management
  • Student-centered learning
  • Inquiry-based learning
  • Age-appropriate lesson planning
Work History
Elementary Science District Resource Teacher, 08/2005 to Current
Hillsborough County Public Schools 901 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Fl 33602

Implementation of elementary Science curriculum based on Florida's Sunshine State Science Standards.  Implementation includes development of Curriculum maps for K-5 teachers as well as Professional Development. 

Successfully conducted monthly Professional Development for Elementary Science Coaches and Resource teachers.

Development of supplemental activities to help teachers differentiate their science instruction based on student needs.

Provide teacher Professional Development for Science topics based on the needs of the individual school sites.

Teacher, 08/1990 to 07/2005
HCPS - Woodbridge Elementary School 8301 Woodbridge Blvd. Tampa, Fl 33615

Science/Math 5th grade teacher: teaching Florida Sunshine State Science Standards to 5th grade students.

3rd Grade Teacher

Academically Gifted Teacher, teaching Science and Math to 3rd-5th grade Gifted students.

6th Grade Gifted Science Teacher, 10/1984 to 08/1990
HCPS - Just Elementary School 1315 Spruce Street, Tampa, Fl 33607
Science Teacher for Gifted & Talented 6th grade students.  Gifted students were taught an 8th grade Earth Science Program.  Talented students were taught science through a hands-on program called Systems, Balance, Change.
Education
Bachelor of Science: Elementary Education & Science/Mathematics, 1976
Northern Michigan University - Marquette, Michigan


  • Graduated Cum Laude
  • Coursework includes: Elementary Education, Earth Science and general Mathematics
Associate of Arts: Liberal Arts & Science, 1974
Northwestern Michigan College - Traverse City, Michigan
Accomplishments
  • Curriculum Design
    Designed, developed and implemented Elementary Science Curriculum Maps for Hillsborough County Public Schools.
  • Technology Integration
    Participated in technology development and implementation of Interactive Science Curriculum Maps for Hillsborough County Public Schools.
  • 2001 Outstanding Elementary Science Teacher of the Year  (Florida Association of Science Teachers)
  • 2000 Teacher of the Year - Woodbridge Elementary School.
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Professional Summary

Dedicated professional relocating to west Michigan. Experience includes six years working with families involved in the foster care system. Additional experience over 13 years teaming to teaching students with and without disabilities. Areas of expertise includes being an encouraging guide and advocate, outstanding relationship building skills, training and presentation skills.

Skills
  • Love and Logic
  • Crisis Management
  • Report writing
  • Experience with individual with disabilities
  • Empowered to Connect
  • Advocate for best interest of clients
  • Team leadership
  • Staff development
Work History
Teacher, 11/2017 to 05/2018
Elfrida Elementary School Elfrida , Arizona
  • Teach students subject-specific material, learning strategies and social and citizenship skills.
  • Modify the general education curriculum for special-needs students based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Provide services for students with health impairments and autism.
  • Work cooperatively with families to support students' learning and healthy development in school and at home.
Regional Manger 2013-2016 House Parent 2010-2013, 05/2010 to 10/2016
Gap Ministries Tucson , AZ
  • Coordinated efforts with mental health professionals, doctors, nurses, and DCS case managers for children in care due to abuse and neglect.
  • Participated in and facilitated implementation of Child Family Team Meeting service plans.
  • Supported house parents in providing for the needs of the children in their care.
  • Provided care and crisis management for children in care.
  • Maintained records and reported monthly to DCS caseworkers.
  • Provided training for house parents and other staff. 
Special Education Resource Teacher, 08/2003 to 05/2010
Horizon Middle School Falcon , CO
  • Planned, implemented, monitored, and assessed classroom instructional strategies for the core curriculum areas which improved student scores.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs students based on a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Facilitated development and implementation of and monitored IEPs for 20-25 students.
  • Coordinated special education students and paraprofessional schedules with the master schedule.
  • Redirected students using Positive Behavior Support (PBS).
Special Education Resource Teacher, 08/1999 to 06/2001
Grant Middle School MI
  • Provided small group math and language arts instructions for students with learning disabilities.
  • Modified and co-taught the general education curriculum for special-needs using a variety of instructional techniques.
  • Facilitated the development and implementation, and monitored IEPs for 16-20 students.
Special Education Resource Teacher, 08/1997 to 11/1998
Tumwater Middle School Tumwater , WA
  • Provided small group math and language arts instruction for students with learning disabilities.
  • Modified and co-taught the general education curriculum for special-needs and general education students based upon a variety of instructional techniques.
  • Participated in the development of, implemented, and monitored progress of IEPs.
  • Member of the building improvement team.
Special Education Teacher, 08/1994 to 06/1997
Lewis Cass Intermediate School District Cassopolis , MI
  • Created, implemented and taught a life skills program for students with mild to moderate mental impairment.
  • Collaborated with general education teachers to provide opportunities for students to be included in the general education curriculum.
  • Participated in the development of, implementation, and monitoring of IEPs for students in the program.
  • Member of the building improvement team.
Education & Training
CPI Instructor Course , 2015
Crisis Prevention Intervention Institute
Parent Children with Trauma Backgrounds , 2013
Empowered to Connect Training
Parenting At Risk Youth , 1997, 2010
Love and Logic Training
Experiential Education Ferris State University - Big Rapids , MI
Experiential Education American Wilderness Leadership School - Jackson Hole, WY
Experiential Education Colorado State University - Ft. Collins, CO
Differentiated Instruction Adam State University - Alamos, CO
Bachelor of Arts: Mental Impairment Calvin College - Grand Rapids , MI

Emphasis Mental Impairment

Emphasis Elementary Education

Hobbies & Interests

Hiking, Camping, Bicycling, Horseback Riding, Piano, Reading, and Family