Second Grade Teacher resume examples

Choose and edit as your own

Get inspired by the best resume examples picked for your profession and create your!

Add pre-written phrases

Describe yourself as a professional just in 2 clicks! All the phrases you need are prepared by us

Save and Download your Resume

Save it in PDF format. Ready-to-sent to you employer!

This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Professional Summary
Caring and qualified Elementary School teacher with experience teaching meaningful curriculum plans and developing young minds; with a strong dedication to the total development of children. Organized teaching professional with  great enthusiasm for teaching complex science concepts to students.
Skills
  • Creative lesson planning
  • Experiential learning
  • SMART Board aptitude
  • ​Instructional best practices
  • ​Test proctoring
  • Conflict resolution techniques
  • Diverse classroom settings
  • ​Experience with special-needs students
  • Positive reinforcement
Work History
Kindergarten Teacher, 07/2014 to Current
Charter Schools USA Lafayette Renaissance Charter Academy Lafayette, Louisiana
  • Teach alphabet and numeracy along with personal, social and emotional skills.
  • Use a variety of activities and instructional methods (songs, stories, media, structured games, art, outdoor activities etc) to motivate and stimulate children's abilities.
  • Maintain an open line of communication with parents and provide appropriate information.
  • Assess students performance and progress to ensure they are mastering the skills on regular basis.
  • Monitor children's interactions and nurture cooperation and sharing.
Pre-Kindergarten/ First & Second Grade Teacher, 01/2008 to 04/2014
Gethsemane Christian Academy Lafayette, LA
  • Developed and presented creative lessons focused on core subjects, as well as personal and academic progression.
  • Incorporated hands-on activities and fun manipulatives to accommodate all styles of learning.
  • Using curriculum put forth by the State of Louisiana; teach Pre- Kindergarten and basic Spanish to grades Pre-K - 8th grades.
  • Work one on one with Kindergarten - 8th grade students who need help grasping content taught to them by the teacher.
  • After school tutoring and mentorship for students in all grades.
  • Assist Principal with work for the State programs, letters, programs, clerical.
Guidance Counselor Secretary/ Substitute Teacher, 06/1998 to 01/2008
Lafayette Parish School Board Lafayette, Louisiana

Guidance Counselor Secretary:

  • Assisted counselor in evaluating transcripts of incoming students for the purpose of transferring grades and semester credit hours into the student information system.
  • Maintained a variety of manual and electronic student records (e.g. grade checks, cum files, test scores, student information, etc.) for the purpose of providing up-to-date reference and complying with regulatory requirements and established guidelines.
  • Researched discrepancies in student records for the purpose of verifying graduation status and ensuring the accuracy of information.

Substitute Teacher:​

  • Directed the learning procedures in the direction of accomplishing curriculum objectives and goals as implied in the lesson plans for projects, lessons or units assigned.
  • Adhered to all procedures, guidelines, and policies followed by regular teachers in line with recommended teaching procedure.
  • Ensured a sustainable relationship with parents, pupils, school personnel and members of the public by communicating in a confidential, polite and refined manner.
Certifications
  • iteachLouisiana Alternative Certification Program
    August 2016 - Present
Education
Master of Arts: Education/Early Childhood, present
University of Phoenix Online - Phoenix, AZ
Education/Early Childhood 3.36
Bachelor of Arts: English, 2004
Southern University and A&M College Bookstore - Baton Rouge, LA
High School Diploma: 1999
Acadiana School High - Lafayette, LA
This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Summary

Passionate and organized teacher effective at providing quality instruction and fostering a positive learning environment for all students, seeking a teacher associate position.  Endorsements in language arts, reading and social sciences, and twenty years experience teaching elementary students. 

Highlights
  • Masters degree in educational leadership
  • Type 03 and 75 Illinois teaching certification
  • Endorsements in language arts and social sciences
  • Reading endorsement pending
  • Pursuing reading specialist endorsement
Experience
Substitute Teacher
November 2017 to June 2018
Plainfield School District 202 Plainfield, IL
  • Substitute teacher in prekindergarten through fifth grade
  • Followed and taught lesson plans left by primary classroom teacher
Substitute Teacher
October 2017 to June 2018
Troy District 30C Shorewood, IL
  • Substitute teacher in Prekindergarten through sixth grade
  • Followed and taught lesson plans left by primary classroom teacher
Elementary Teacher
August 2016 to June 2017
Rockdale School District 84 Rockdale, Illinois
  • Planned and implemented instruction to fourth grade general education students
  • Utilized guided reading groups to differentiate reading instruction
  • Planned innovative and engaging lessons, adhering to state educational standards
  • Utilized a Balanced Literacy Approach for teaching reading
  • Collaborated as a member of the Positive Behavior Intervention Committee
  • Utilized technology such as Achieve3000, IXL, Storyboard That, and Google Cardboard to enhance curriculum 
  • Improved students' reading through guided reading groups and whole group instruction
  • Differentiated instruction according to student ability and skill level
  • Consulted with parents, teachers, and other appropriate staff regarding student performance
  • Piloted ReadyGen Common Core English Language Arts curriculum
  • Utilized Google Docs and educational database systems to create lesson plans and compile student data
  • Administered formative and summative assessments such as Aimsweb and MAP, utilizing the data to drive instruction
  • Attended meetings, workshops, and conferences to stay informed about nationwide trends in education
  • Participated in the RTI process, providing interventions and progress monitoring Tier II students
Elementary Teacher
August 2007 to July 2016
Yorkville District 115 Yorkville, IL
  • Fostered intellectual development of fourth and fifth grade students
  • Planned and implemented engaging instruction for fourth and fifth grade students
  • Utilized a Balanced Literacy Approach to reading instruction
  • Utilized guided reading groups to differentiate reading instruction
  • Collaborated as a Member of the Building Leadership Team
  • Facilitated a Thoughtful Classroom based building learning club composed of other elementary teachers
  • Differentiated instruction according to student ability and skill level
  • Observed lessons during monthly classroom learning walks, providing feedback
  • Collaborated on the School Improvement Team
  • Collaborated to write the district common math assessments
  • Served on the committee to review and revise the district's math curriculum, aligned to the Common Core
  • Trained member of the Kendall County School and Community Assistance Team
  • Assisted in creating the master schedule for the building
  • Collaborated as a member of the Diversity Committee
  • Represented teachers as a union building representative
  • Collaborated to research and write the district sick bank contract language
  • Administered formative and summative assessments such as MAP and Aimsweb, utilizing the data to drive instruction
  • Utilized technology to enhance curriculum 
  • Participated in PLCs and data meetings to communicate data and monitor student growth
  • Utilized Microsoft Office and various educational databases to write lesson plans and record student data
  • Piloted the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) testing and participated in a NWEA MAP study
  • Participated in the RTI process, instructing and progress monitoring Tier II students 
  • Planned and instructed Starlab with kindergarten through sixth grade students
Elementary Teacher
August 2000 to June 2007
St. Mary Nativity School Joliet, IL
  • Planned and implemented effective instruction for a fourth grade classroom
  • Served in a leadership position as assistant principal
  • Planned and conducted professional development for teachers on Intel Teach to the Future technology
  • Researched and wrote the school crisis plan 
  • Served as teacher mentor for Battle of the Books
  • Collaborated on the 5-year school improvement plan committee 
  • Coordinated Title I tutoring, scheduling and overseeing the tutors
  • Tutored students in small groups to improve reading comprehension and math skills
  • Cooperating teacher for the University of St. Francis preliminary and intermediate student teaching experience
  • Updated fourth grade page on the school website
  • Organized the character education program
  • Served on school committees focused on curriculum development, textbook review, and family involvement 
Substitute Teacher
August 1999 to June 2000
Troy District 30C Shorewood, IL
  • Long term substitute for fifth grade classroom at Troy Heritage Trail
  • Long term substitute for second grade classroom at Troy Craughwell
  • Substitute teacher kindergarten through fifth grade
Second Grade Teacher
August 1998 to June 1999
International American School of Warsaw Warsaw, Poland
  • Planned and implemented instruction for second grade students from various countries and cultures
  • Differentiated instruction for students in various stages of English proficiency
Education
Master of Science : Educational Leadership University of St. Francis Joliet, IL
Bachelor of Science : Elementary education Illinois State University Bloomington, IL President, Illinois State University chapter, Council for Exceptional Children
This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Professional Summary

Enthusiastic professional with 10+ years of classroom experience in an engaging, child-focused environment for students with various needs and abilities

Skills

Texas Teacher Certificate, lifetime

Elementary Self-Contained Grades 1-8

Elementary Mathematics Grades 1-6

Elementary Reading Grades 1-8

Praxis Series Assessment for Teachers

Verbal and written communication

Classroom management

Self-Motivated

Work History
Substitute Teacher, 01/2013 to 01/2016
Fairfax County Public SchoolsWaples Mill Elementary, Oakton, VA

Implemented curriculum and instructed preschool, special ed, and elementary classes

First Grade Teacher, 01/2000 to 01/2002
Cabot Independent School DistrictWard Central Elementary, Ward, AR

Planned and implemented standards based first grade curriculum using flexible grouping to address individual needs of diverse learners

Technology Committee, responsible for supporting and implementing technology

Sunshine Committee, provided support and increased morale among staff

First Grade Teacher, 01/1999 to 01/2000
Department of Defense Dependents SchoolsDarmstadt Elementary, Darmstadt, Germany

Planned and implemented standards based first grade curriculum

Earned Department of Defense Schools Exceptional Performance Award

School Improvement Reading/Language Arts Committee, created rubrics to assess student progress

Volunteer Appreciation Committee, planned and organized appreciation events for school volunteers

Third Grade Teacher, 01/1998 to 01/1999
Department of Defense Dependents SchoolsHalvorsen-Tunner American School, Frankfurt, Germany

Planned and implemented standards based curriculum while team teaching with third grade teachers

Technology Committee, supported use of technology in classrooms

Second Grade Teacher, 01/1995 to 01/1997
Wiseburn Unified School DistrictJuan Cabrillo Elementary, Wiseburn, CA

Planned and implemented standards based curriculum in a multi-cultural classroom incorporating flexible grouping to meet individual needs of learners

Chairman of Student Study team, coordinated and facilitated weekly meetings with teachers and administrators

Organized and directed schoolwide Veteran's Day program

Supervised Air Force Mentor Program

Education
Bachelor of Science: Interdisciplinary Studies, 1994
Texas A&M University - College Station, TX

Cum Laude Graduate, GPA 3.5

Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority

Affiliations

Texas A&M Club                              Rockwall Baptist Church

Bible Study Fellowship                    Wylie East Booster Club

This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Summary
Conscientious elementary school teacher with thirteen years experience. Highly driven to continue to learn and grow professionally to be the most effective teacher. Able to understand and implement new technologies and teaching strategies. Excels at working with different learning styles. Successful in classroom management, student evaluations, and test preparation. History of improving test scores and overall academic performance.
Skills
  • Strong written and verbal communicator.
  • Commendable collegiality with other teachers as well as supervisors.
  • Exceptional organizational skills in order to promote a successful time managed classroom environment.



  • Demonstrates total commitment to students, outstanding outreach and interpersonal skills with parents.
  • Instills confidence and self-esteem in every student.
  • SMART Board proficient.
Work History
Second Grade Teacher, Current
St Francis de Sales Catholic Academy NY
  • Implemented the Citizen of the Month incentive program in order to motivate students academically and socially.
  • Developed and designed the first school mascot for St. Francis de Sales and organizes all appearances for the mascot throughout the community.
  • Organizes school field trips for grades 1 through 4.
  • Collaborates with colleagues and administrators on classroom policies, management strategies, and discipline.
  • Encourages interactive learning by incorporating educational software and the Internet.
  • Completes training courses to keep up-to-date with new teaching methods and developments in the field.
  • Prepares students to receive the sacraments of First Holy Communion and Penance.
Mentor for New Teachers, 09/2001 to 06/2002
P.S. 314 Brooklyn, New York
  • Modeled engaging lessons in all subject areas.
  • Created and implemented differentiated lesson plans.
  • Managed classroom behavior and routines.
  • Analyzed student data.
  • Assessed students' levels and needs.
  • Assisted in writing and implementing students' IEP's.
Fourth Grade Teacher, 09/1997 to 06/2001
P.S. 314 Brooklyn, New York
  • Stayed abreast of changes to school and district policies as well as new trends in education by attending professional development courses and in-service trainings.
  • Planned lessons according to district standards to cover all requirements and prepare for standardized tests.
  • Created and presented engaging ESL lessons.
  • Instructed up to 32 students individually and in groups.
  • Set up lesson materials, bulletin board displays and demonstrations.
  • Met regularly with parents and guardians to discuss children's progress.
  • Observed and evaluated students' performance, behavior, social development and physical health.
  • Fostered oral language development and critical thinking skills during literary discussions.
  • Boosted cultural awareness by incorporating children's literature from cultures around the world.
Math Lab Teacher, 09/1995 to 06/1997
P.S./I.S. 298 Brooklyn, New York
  • Created a classroom environment in which children could learn respect for themselves and others.
  • Developed students' computer and technology skills through demonstrations and practice.
  • Designed and implemented a basic math program to be available to all students.
  • Created and taught engaging math lessons and activities.
  • Took part in professional organizations and continuing education courses.
Education
Master of Science: Elementary Education, 1999
CUNY College of Staten Island - NY
  • GPA 4.0
Bachelor of Science: Elementary Education, 1994
CUNY College of Staten Island - NY
  • Dean's List
This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Work History
Department of Pathology
Professional Summary

Goal orientated leader with excellent communication and organizational skills.  Technically-savvy with outstanding relationship building, training and presentation skills.

Skills
  • Conflict resolution
  • Team leadership
  • Team liaison
Work History
U. C. College of Medicine
Educator Panel, 01/2016
Xavier University
  • Presented to newly hired teachers about the expectations of teaching, writing lesson plans, classroom management and communicating with parents.
01/2015 to 01/2016
Cincinnati Public Schools District Ambassador
  • Represent the district at recruiting events; Create and Film recruiting videos; Assist applicants during interviews.
Third Grade Science and Social Studies Teacher, 01/2009 to Current
Cincinnati Public Schools
  • Primary Team Leader, District PD Day Presenter.
  • Teacher in Charge, Mentor Teacher, Olweus Committee Member, Science Curriculum Council Representative, Social Studies Curriculum Council Representative, PTA Chair, PSC Chair and Facilitator Prepare and implement lessons that align with the Ohio AIR Assessment, NGSS and Common Core State Standards.
  • Plan and deliver enrichment and tutorial lessons in mathematics and reading for native English speaking students as well as non English speaking students.
  • Implement and create SIOP lesson plans.
  • Monitor classroom instruction and provide professional development for teachers in grades kindergarten-third.
  • Serve as the ILT representative for the primary department.
  • Serve as teacher in charge.
  • Lead and facilitate PSC meetings.
  • Serve as a mentor teacher for Xavier education students at various stages of their college career.
  • Train staff on the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program.
Sixth Grade Math and Science Teacher, 01/2009
The Academy of World Languages
  • Math Curriculum Council, Team Leader and Textbook Tracking Committee Member.
  • Prepare and implement lessons that align with the Ohio Achievement Test and district benchmarks in mathematics and science, as well as planning and delivering enrichment and tutorial lessons in mathematics.
  • Create instructional calendar for mathematics that aligns with the district's benchmarks as well as the Ohio Achievement Test; Team leader for grades 6, 7 and 8; ILT representative.
  • Textbook Tracking Committee member and designer.
South Avondale School
  • 2008 Educator Panel.
  • Presented information about the expectations of teaching, staying motivated and why continuing education is important to third and fourth year college students.
TAP Master Teacher, 01/2006 to 01/2009
University of Cincinnati
  • Disaggregate test data to determine areas of refinement for fourth through eighth grade language arts and math.
  • Researched strategies focusing on areas of weakness as reported by the OAT and district benchmarks.
  • Field test researched strategies to determine critical attributes.
  • Present field tested strategies to teachers that implemented in their classroom to raise achievement for all students; reducing the learning gap.
  • Met 90 minutes weekly with each 4th -8th grade teacher to teach critical attributes, discuss student work as well as student data; Tutored 4th and 5th grade students after school in mathematics.
Credentialed Lead Teacher, 01/2006
Rees E. Price Academy
  • 2007 Report Card Committee Member.
  • Meet bimonthly with team of teachers and the Deputy.
  • Superintendent to create a standards based report card to be piloted in selected schools for the 2007-2008 school year.
  • During the pilot year, I will continue to meet with the team to revise and edit the report card, so that it can be fully implemented in all schools at the beginning of the 2008-2009 school year.
Deputy Superintendent, Cincinnati Public Schools
  • 2006 Model Lesson Plan Developer.
  • Created lesson plans, pre-assessments, post-assessments, homework and activities for kindergarten and first grade mathematics that will be used as model lessons for new and veteran teachers in the Cincinnati Public Schools District.
  • Met weekly with a team for alignment conferences to ensure that the activities were rigorous and matched exactly what was required by the state of Ohio, as stated in the standards books and the state benchmarks.
  • Office of the District Superintendent.
Fourth Grade Teacher, Team Leader, Mentor Teacher Teacher In Charge, Kagan Trainer Science Instructor, Cincinnati Public Schools
  • Prepare and implement lessons that align with the Ohio Achievement Test in all areas, as well as planning and delivering enrichment and tutorial lessons in mathematics and reading; Create instructional calendars for reading and mathematics that align with the district's benchmarks as well as the Ohio Achievement Test; Facilitate SIP meetings; Team leader for the fourth grade team; tutor children after school in mathematics; LSDMC teacher representative; Acting TIC (teacher in charge); Trained in SIP, SEAL and CWT (classroom walk through) and presented SIP, SEAL and CWT to the staff during the district wide professional development day.
  • Mentored first year teachers.
  • Quebec Heights Elementary 2003 Excellence in Train first grade teachers in the district to implement the Excellence in Science program kits; FOSS Kits.
First Grade Teacher and Team Leader, 01/2001 to 01/2004
Mayerson Academy
  • Prepare and implement lessons that align with Ohio state standards; Create enrichment and tutorial activities to be.
  • implemented during Brazosport math and reading focus.
  • lessons and groups; Team leader for a primary vertical team; ILT representative; Participate in the SIP (Standards in Practice).
Second Grade Teacher, 01/2000 to 01/2001
Quebec Heights Elementary School
  • Parallel and team teach lessons for a second grade c classroom and 2/3 reading class implementing America's.
  • Choice and CPS standards; tutor after school each.
  • Wednesday and Thursday.
Third Grade Teacher, 01/1999 to 01/2000
Windsor Elementary School Newark, Ohio
  • 2001 Presenter at Leadership for Results Conference.
  • Presented using parallel teaching to enhance student Taught and prepared lesson plans for a third grade classroom via implementing CPS promotion standards and objectives; Tutored every Tuesday and Thursday after school.
Third Grade Teacher, 01/1998 to 01/1999
Rockdale Paideia Academy
  • Implemented CPS promotion standards, objectives and rubrics for a third grade self contained classroom.
  • Head of Student Council for grades 1-6.
  • Quebec Heights CAMAS.
School Teacher, 01/1998 to 01/2018
  • Devised and taught lesson plans in computer technology, language arts and mathematics for first, second and third grade students.
Teaching Intern, 01/1997 to 01/1998
Northwest Local School District
  • Implemented lessons for a first grade self contained.
  • classroom; taught first grade social studies enrichment.
Teaching Associate, 01/1996 to 01/1997
The Academy of World Languages
Teaching Assistant, 01/1996 to 01/1997
The Academy of World Languages
  • Taught Introduction to Psychology on two occasions; Tutored; Graded assignments; Proctored examinations.
01/1997
The University of Cincinnati Presenter at OCSS Conference
  • Presented using children's literature to enhance critical.
  • thinking.
Student Assistant, 01/1993 to 01/1997
Ohio Council for the Social Studies Columbus, Ohio
  • Assisted the Program Coordinator for second year medical students.
  • Created student evaluations and data base to.
  • store evaluations; Proctored and administered examinations;.
  • Prepared materials for laboratory practice and lectures;.
  • Created a test bank for the doctors to review statistics on past examinations.
Education
B.A: Psychology, University of Cincinnati -
Psychology
B.S: Elementary Education, University of Cincinnati -
Elementary Education
M.Ed: Elementary Education, University of Cincinnati -
Elementary Education
M.Ed., Educational Leadership-Administration: University of Cincinnati -
TESOL Endorsement Xavier University-Gifted Endorsement: Xavier University -
Skills
arts, c, conferences, Council, critical thinking, data base, edit, Educator, English, Film, focus, instruction, Leadership, Team Leader, Lesson Plan, lesson plans, materials, Math, mathematics, meetings, Mentor, Office, Developer, Presenter, promotion, Psychology, speaking, reading, recruiting, statistics, Teacher, teaching
This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science: Agricultural Science 1999 Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN

Overall GPA 2.99/4.0

Core Qualifications
  • Excellent classroom management
  • Teaching and tutoring
  • Effectively work with parents
  • Strong work ethics
  • Motivating students
  • CPR/First-aid certified
  • Goal setting and Implementation
  • Natural team player
Professional Experience
Shelby County Schools Memphis, TN Grade Chair 4th grade Classroom Teacher 02/2018 to Current
  • Level five teacher
  • Specialized in teaching struggling readers to read
  • Met with parents and guardians to discuss student progress and areas for improvement
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators
  • Delivered clear, informative lectures on subject matter framed to meet state standards
  • Liaised with team of professionals to implement comprehensive educational action plans for special needs and at-risk students
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional strategies to promote learning in students of differing skill levels
  • Tutored students requiring extra help and gave additional practice work to help improve concept understanding
  • Secured $15,000 in new funding from private resources through grant writing
  • Set and communicated ground rules for classroom based on respect and personal responsibility
Memphis College Prep Memphis, TN Second Grade Teacher 07/2017 to 12/2017
  • Students grew an average of 6 months in Star Reader during a 3 month period.
  • Applied progressive teaching principles to a class of 24 students ,with 16 out of 24 students meeting +10 observed growth of NWEA projected reading goal showing 119.5% growth met. Also 16 out of 22 students meeting NWEA projected math goal showing 144.3% growth met.
  • Observed and assessed student performance and kept thorough records of progress.
  • Encouraged students to persevere with challenging tasks.
  • Set and communicated ground rules for the classroom based on respect and personal responsibility.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Obtained funding for school wide football and basketball teams.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators.
Shelby County School Memphis, Tn Grade Chair Second Grade Teacher, Soccer Coach 08/2016 to 06/2017
  • Developed interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Applied progressive teaching principles to class of 22 students, with 18 out of 19 students meeting NWEA projected reading goal showing 178.2% growth met. Also 16 out of 18 students of class meeting NWEA projected math goal showing 176.8% growth met
  • Established and enforced rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among class of 22 students
  • Coordinated after school tutoring hours with other teachers to help students in need of extra attention
  • Employed flexible seating techniques to encourage student learning and build community within classroom
  • Presented school wide PD on classroom management and phonics instruction
  • Obtained funding for school wide soccer , football and basketball teams
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators
  • Obtained funding for 12 laptops for second grade
Shelby County School Memphis, TN First year First Grade Teacher 08/2015 to 05/2016
  • Developed and implemented interesting and interactive learning mediums to increase student understanding of course materials.
  • Applied progressive teaching principles to a class of 18 students,with 14 out of 18 students meeting NWEA projected reading goal showing 161.5% growth met. Also 100% of class meeting NWEA projected math goal showing 159.8% growth met
  • Applied progressive teaching principles to a class of 18 students,with 14 out of 18 students meeting NWEA projected reading goal showing 161.5% growth met. Also 100% of class meeting NWEA projected math goal showing 159.8% growth met
  • All students by year end reading on first grade level or above, with 10 students reading on fourth grade level.
  • Established and Implemented school wide reading incentive program ( Book Adventure) which increased reading school wide
  • Empowered twelve first graders to learn more than 800 sight words each
  • Obtained funding for community garden at Winchester Elementary.
  • Received high remarks for creativity of classroom lesson plans and instructional techniques from students, parents and faculty
  • Received high remarks for creativity of classroom lesson plans and instructional techniques from students, parents and faculty.
Teach For America - Teacher Memphis, TN Grades 6-8 Mathematics Grades K-5 Any subject 05/2015 to 07/2015
  • Selected from approximately 40,000 applicants nationwide to join national teacher corps comprised of leaders who commit a minimum of two years to teach in public schools
  • Participated in an intensive training program to develop the skills and knowledge needed to achieve significant gains in student achievement
  • Taught in summer school program run by Teach For America for students in Memphis public schools under the supervision of a faculty of experienced teachers
  • Engaged in a comprehensive program of professional development including seminars, discussion groups, workshops, and content and professional learning communities specific to teaching license areas
Heart of the South Girl Scouts Memphis, TN Troop Leader / Whitehaven Service Unit Cookie Manager 08/2007 to Current
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method
  • Maintained weekly records of girls individual activities, behaviors
  • Supervised girls on field trips to local parks, fire stations and zoos
  • Help girls develop healthy relationships
  • Promoting cooperation and team-building within the troop
  • Advancing diversity in a multicultural world with the girls
  • Connected the troop to their local and global communities
  • Responsible for record keeping of seven troop's cookie sale
  • Kept records of 25,436 cookies sold in Whitehaven
  • Collaborated with co- leaders to develop troop college scholarship
This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Accomplishments
  • Won “Teacher of the Month” award at Burnett ES in 2006.
  • Received commendation from Burnett,  ES, Dallas ISD principal for successfully working with students with behavior problems.
  • Designed and conducted a well-received professional development workshop for Dakkas ISD staff in 08/2006.
David G. Burnett ES, Dallas ISD
Received credit for 36 hours of successful training from Dr. Diana Ramirez, FIG. 19. La JOYA ISD, 2015.
Professional Summary
Teacher-focused on implementing highly effective instructional practices to improve student learning and academic performance. Highly innovative and resourceful education professional who quickly identifies and resolves challenging classroom situations. Enthusiastic [Bilingual/Spanish Teacher with a knack for making learning exciting and enjoyable. Motivated by the belief that all children can be successful learners. Personable and talented Spanish Teacher who stays up-to-date on new learning technologies and trends in the education community. Highly motivated and enthusiastic educator skilled in identifying educational software and learning programs that can benefit students.
Skills
  • Knowledge of lower and higher education
  • Demonstrated record of leading, managing, and developing creative and diverse teams
  • Kind and empathetic educator
  • Strong written and verbal communicator
  • Positive and encouraging
  • Instructional best practices
  • Purposeful lesson planning
  • Creative lesson planning
  • edPlan background
  • SMART Board aptitude
  • Fast learner
  • Self-motivated
  • Experiential learning
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) training
  • Meets [State Name] 's NCLBs Highly Qualified Teacher requirements
Work History
Bilingual First Grade Teacher, 08/2006 to 08/2008
Dallas ISD Dallas, Texas
  • Demonstrates the ability to instruct classroom curriculum in any field or grade level.
  • Implemented differentiated instruction to meet the needs of various learners in an ESL/Bilingual Setting.
  • Initiated the Grant Writing to acquire dry erase boards for David G. Burnett ES, Dallas ISD.
  • Attendended the IRA convention in Toronto Canada, 2007.
  • Developed new a systematic reading center instructional model to facilitate and foster the love of reading in the elementary bilingual /Spanish Classroom. 
  • Responsible for selecting grade level and age-appropriate materials for literacy acquisition in the Bilingual/Spanish Setting, Dallas ISD.
  • Responsible for providing colleagues from David G. Burnett with book discussions pertinent to teaching students in the Bilingual/Spanish ES classroom.

  • Performed student LAS-Links Assessments to place students correctly.
  • Analyzed and scrutinized Tejas Lee data to create appropritate lesson planning for students in need to improve their Spanish Literacy and Phonological Awareness.
  • Educated [Number] students in the basics of English grammar and conversational speaking.
  • Created monthly academic status reports based on in-depth student evaluations.
  • Designed seasonal programs emphasizing vocabulary, pronunciation and reading comprehension.
  • Assigned lessons and corrected homework.
  • Assisted department head in establishing daily schedules, curriculum and ESL activities.
  • Coordinated communication between students and school administration to create an effective and culturally-sensitive learning environment.
  • Developed and taught a curriculum to improve students' conversational abilities.
  • Managed several internet-based language programs.
  • Administered and graded tests and assignments to evaluate student progress.
  • Emphasized critical thinking through small group activities.
  • Collaborated with teachers and department heads to meet quarterly and yearly educational goals.
  • Improved instruction methods by using a variety of assessment tools and strategies.
  • Attended workshops to learn about student motivation and engaging learning activities.
Spanish Teacher, 08/2005 to 06/2006
Carpenter Middle School Plano, TX
  • Successfully improved student participation in the classroom through integration of creative role-playing exercises.
  • Implemented reading and writing workshops to increase student literacy and support school reading programs.
  • Organized grade records to increase reference speed.
  • Developed and taught lessons on relevant children's books, poems, movies and themes to promote student interest.
  • Assisted in developing student-led after-school tutoring program to teach under-privileged students.
  • Improved student's analytical skills by introducing state-of-the-art computer program technologies.
  • Met with parents to resolve conflicting educational priorities and issues.
First And Second Grade Teacher, 06/2008 to 08/2016
Lloyd M Bentsen Elementary School Mission, TX
  • Created an enjoyable and interesting learning environment for [Number] students each year.
  • Encouraged students with special academic interests to fully pursue those subjects.
  • Pursued professional development continually by attending educational conferences and teacher training workshops.
  • Drafted lesson plans and submitted them for review and feedback in a timely manner.
  • Developed students' computer and technology skills through demonstrations and practice.
  • Adapted teaching methods and materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Met regularly with parents and guardians to discuss children's progress.
  • Observed and evaluated students' performance, behavior, social development and physical health.
  • Developed IEPs with and without BIPs.
  • Enforced the school's student discipline code to deal with problem situations.
  • Took part in professional organizations and continuing education courses.
  • Created a classroom environment in which children could learn respect for themselves and others.
  • Instructed up to [Number] students individually and in groups.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
Education
Bachelor of Arts: SPANISH, 1998
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley - Edinburg, TX
History 3.250 Business
Masters of Arts: Educational Curriculum and Instruction, 2005
University of Phoenix -
Curriculum and Technology
Affiliations
    Member of Texas Association of Bilingual Educators
    Member of The American Federation of Teachers
    English Language Learner Cadre, a Member, meets in Washington, D.C from 2016 to the present.
Certifications
1st-12th-grade Bilingual/ESL/Spanish Texas Certificate
This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Background, Objective
Motivated and talented educator who is seeking a position as an teacher. 
Qualifications
  • Mac, PC, SmartBoard, and iPad technology expert
  • Urban public school background
  • Data drive lesson and curriculum development
  • IEP Familiarity
  • Collaborator
  • Strong communicator
  • Organized
  • Research 
  • Knowledgable of Seven Hobbits and Tribe Agreements 
Experience
Sylvan Learning of Woodland Hills Los Angeles, CA Lead Teacher 04/2015 to Current
  • Supervise, interact with and motivate students during instruction hour while they are working with technology, manipulative and additional materials.
  • Reward students for their actions and abilities to complete educational tasks while providing quality feedback.
  • Evaluate and document student's progress.
  • Communicate student's needs to the director of education and center manager.
  • Instruct classes such as Math edge and Ready for Algebra program. ​​
ICEF Lou Dantzler Preparatory Academy Los Angeles, CA Sixth Grade Math and Science Teacher 08/2017 to 12/2017
  • Facilitated whole group, small group and individual lessons activities through Daily 5, Math Daily 3 and Writer's workshop. 
  • Utilize SmartBoard and educational platforms to maximize comprehensible input and retention. 
  • Used data to help drive my planning. 
  • Maintain classroom organization and discipline.
  • Communicate with parents through conferences and other means discussing academic and personal progress.
  • Served on various committees and projects including science fair night and school involvement committee.
  • Collaborated with colleagues on developing unit plans and instructional activities.
ICEF Lou Dantzler Preparatory Academy Charter Los Angeles, CA Kindergarten Teacher 12/2015 to 06/2017
  • Mentor Lead Teacher 
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles while implementing Daily 5 and Writer's workshop teaching strategies and activities.  
  • Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Communicate with parents through conferences and other means discussing academic and personal progress
  • Interpret school programs.
El Oro Way Elementary Granada Hills, CA Second Grade Teacher 08/2013 to 07/2014
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.
  • Implemented a variety of teaching methods such as group collaboration, discussions, demonstrations, and used realia.
  • Observed and assessed student performance and kept thorough records of progress.
  • Set and communicated ground rules for the classroom based on respect and personal responsibility.
  • Encouraged students to persevere with challenging tasks.
  • Taught children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
LAUSD Los Angeles, CA Substitute Teacher 05/2013 to 08/2013
  • Managed classrooms of 24 to 43 students during the absence of assigned teachers.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators.
  • Employed a broad range of instructional techniques to retain student interest and maximize learning.
 
Education
Bachelor of Arts: Elementary Education 2009 California State University Northridge , Northridge, Ca, United States
Master of Arts: Elementary Education: Curriculum and Instruction 2014 California State University, Northridge, Northridge, CA, United States
Bachelor of Arts: Liberal Studies 2009 California State University Northridge, Northridge, CA, United States
Credentials

California Clear Multiple Subject Teacher credential, current

Accomplishments
Material Development
  • Collaborated and created engaging mathematics and writer's workshop unit plans for grades kindergarten and 6th grade. 
  • Became a lead teacher and had the opportunity to mentor others. 
Community Service
Volunteer for Hope World Wide.
Volunteer for ICEF school events to help promote community involvement. 

This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Summary
Seeking employment working with children and families in order to encourage, support, educate and build community in a positive way. Building relationships and seeing children and families succeed is my passion!
Highlights
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Effectively works with children, parents, and families
  • Schedule creation and maintenance
  • Charting and record keeping
  • Infant, toddler and preschool curriculum expert
  • Lesson plan development


  • Reliable and punctual
  • Detail-oriented
  • Skilled multi-tasker
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Clear public speaking skills
  • Friendly
  • Calm under pressure
  • Culturally Sensitive
  • Mother of 4
Education
2000
Bachelor of Arts: Child and Family Education Southwest Baptist University Bolivar, MO, USA Focus on Education and Social Work, plus coursework in Sociology and Psychology.
Work Experience and Volunteer Roles
08/2000 to 06/2003
Second Grade Teacher Rockford Christian School Rockford, IL Developed interesting lesson plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students. Created and enforced child-based hands-on curriculum to promote student interest and receptive learning. Routinely met with students' parents regarding in-class issues, learning strategies, and student success. Built lasting relationships with students and parents.
04/2006 to 04/2012
Preschool & Nursery Ministry Coordinator - Volunteer Harvest Bible Chapel Rockford, IL Director of the Nursery and later the Preschool Ministry at a medium-sized church with multiple church services. Organized volunteer schedules, oversaw each Sunday service, conducted meetings, planned learning/play centers, taught Bible lessons, and communicated procedures, schedules, and updates regularly to all volunteers. Communicated regularly with families. Stayed current on all toy and child-related recalls and safety warnings. Openly exchanged ideas and materials with volunteers. Used crowd management techniques to create safe and secure childcare environment. Encouraged curiosity, exploration and problem-solving with age-appropriate playtime activities.
06/2011 to 09/2014
Volunteer Children's Host & Family Friend Safe Families for Children Rockford, IL My family was privileged to temporarily host children in our home, helping children and families in the midst of a crisis. We have had 7 children live in our home from anywhere from 2 weeks to 5 months, and loved welcoming them into our family while their parents got back on their own feet. We had the opportunity to build relationships with the bio parents, and often shared meals, phone conversations, and even holidays with the families we worked with. I personally was able to be a "family friend" to other bio parents, as well; an example of this would be the single mom that I would visit every 1-2 weeks to encourage and support her. Help transport children as needed, help with laundry and grocery shopping, and offer conversation, encouragement, and parenting advice when appropriate.
04/1993 to 08/1995
Daycare Worker Oakwood Preschool & Daycare Colorado Springs, CO After-school High School Job. Organized activities that developed children's physical, emotional and social growth. Physically and verbally interacted with children throughout the day. Encouraged curiosity, exploration and problem-solving with age-appropriate playtime activities.
This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Summary

Kindergarten Teacher offering a strong educational background and more than 7 years of teaching and facilitating experience. Effective at providing quality instruction and fostering a positive learning environment for all students. Experienced Kindergarten Team Leader with excellent interpersonal and organization skills.

Education
Bachelor of Arts : Early Childhood Education, 2007 Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona

Magna Cum Laude

Accomplishments
  • Nominated for Tempe Elementary School District Excellence Award: 2012 - 2013
  • Top 25% for Tempe Elementary School District Test Scores: 2011 - 2012, 2012 - 2013, 2013 - 2014
Highlights
  • Arizona Teaching Certificate with Early Childhood Education endorsement and Structured English Immersion endorsement
  • Urban public schools background
  • Critical thinker
  • Title I knowledge

  • Understands Thinking Map
  • Flexible and adaptive
  • Calm under pressure
  • Standardized testing techniques
  • Learning assessments
  • DIBELS trained
  • Curriculum development
Experience
Kindergarten Teacher
August 2011 to Current
Nevitt Elementary School Sierra Vista, AZ

Kindergarten Team Leader

Kindergarten Summer School Teacher, Third Grade Reading
June 2008
Las Sendas Elementary School Sierra Vista, Arizona
Summer School Kindergarten
June 2013 to June 2014
Nevitt Elementary School Sierra Vista, Arizona
Second Grade Teacher
July 2010 to May 2011
Imagine Sierra Vista Sierra Vista, Arizona
Kindergarten Teacher
August 2007 to May 2010
Las Sendas Elemetary School Sierra Vista, Arizona
This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Summary

Dedicated educator with a strong educational background and 23 years of teaching experience who is committed to creating a classroom atmosphere that is stimulating, encouraging and supportive for all students.

Education
Master of Science : Special Education with Emphasis in Learning Disabilities, 1995 Kansas State University - Manhattan, KS
  • GPA: 3.90/4.0
Bachelor of Science : Elementary Education, 1991 Kansas State University - Manhattan, KS
  • Concentration in Social and General Science
  • GPA: 3.74/4.0
  • Golden Key National Honor Society
  • Kappa Delta Pi Education Honorary
Certifications
  • Elementary Self-Contained, Grades 1-8
  • Early Childhood Education, Grades PK-KG

  • Elementary Social Studies Composite, Grades 1-8
  • English as a Second Language Supplemental
Experience
Second Grade Teacher, Wallace Elementary
August 2013 to Current
Richardson Independent School District - Richardson, Texas
  • Instruct Second Grade curriculum for all subjects by designing and developing programs to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students
  • Integrate Daily 5 literacy framework and math work stations to allow for flexible, differentiated small group instruction on a daily basis
  • Utilize Istation Reading Program and interventions during targeted daily instruction
  • Participant in the Reflex Math program grant to improve math fact fluency for all students
  • Implement Mondo Phonics to small groups on a daily basis to assist with improving reading skills of struggling readers
  • Serve on the campus Reading and Writing Action Team, as well as Math Action Team
?
Second Grade Teacher, Heather Glen Elementary
August 2011 to June 2013
Garland Independent School District - Garland, TX
  • Instructed Second Grade curriculum for all subjects by designing and developing programs to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students
  • Enhanced student academic and social growth by using varied teaching strategies and techniques; including whole group, individual, small group, and cooperative grouping
  • Integrated literacy and math work stations in classroom
  • Implemented R Time program to create an environment that supports and enhances good manners, respect, and citizenship
  • Utilized Thinking Maps and Foldables to encourage critical thinking and to support a deeper level of understanding
  • Acted as Second Grade Team Leader for six plus years
  • Served on Campus Improvement Team and Accelerated Reader Committee
Reading Specialist Teacher, Heather Glen Elementary
August 2010 to June 2011
Garland Independent School District - Garland, TX
  • Worked with small groups of at-risk students in reading from First, Third, and Fifth grades on a daily basis
  • Implemented the SRA Early Intervention in Reading program with First and Third grade students
  • Collaborated with classroom teachers and facilitated reading groups in classrooms
  • Observed and assessed student performance and kept thorough records of progress
Second Grade Teacher, Heather Glen Elementary
June 2000 to June 2010
Garland Independent School District - Garland, TX
  • Instructed Second Grade curriculum for all subjects by designing and developing programs to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students
  • Enhanced student academic and social growth by using varied teaching strategies and techniques; including whole group, individual, small group, and cooperative grouping
  • Served as Cooperating Teacher for Stephen F. Austin Student Teacher
  • Mentored high school students interested in pursuing a career in teaching profession
  • Provided training to staff on the TELPAS (Texas English Language Proficient Assessment System) to assess progress of limited English proficient students in learning the English language
  • Acted as Second Grade Team Leader
Fourth Grade Teacher, Heather Glen Elementary
August 1997 to June 2000
Garland Independent School District - Garland, TX
  • Instructed Fourth Grade curriculum for all subjects
  • Acted as Fourth Grade Team Leader
  • Coordinated the school's Science Fair for two years
  • Mentored high school students interested in pursuing a career in the teaching profession
Third Grade Teacher, Morningside Elementary Preparatory Math and Science Program
July 1996 to July 1997
Fort Worth Independent School District - Fort Worth, TX
  • Instructed Third Grade curriculum in English/Language Arts and Social Studies in a preparatory math and science program for talented and gifted students
  • Acted as Third Grade Lead teacher
  • Earned 32 hours of district provided gifted and talented training
Third Grade Teacher, Enterprise Elementary
August 1992 to June 1996
U.S.D. 259, Wichita Public Schools - Wichita, KS
  • Instructed Third Grade curriculum in all subjects
  • Served as Cooperating Teacher for Wichita State University Student Teacher and Reading Practicum Students
  • Building Committee Member
  • Training in Crisis Prevention Intervention, REACH Training of Trainers, Leadership Development Training
Community Involvement and Memberships
  • Kansas State University Alumni Association
  • Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority Alumni Association
  • Wallace Elementary PTA Member (2008 - Present)
  • Wallace Elementary Clothes Closet Delegate and Council Delegate for Richardson Independent School District's Clothes Closet
  • Member of Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas
  • Wedding Coordinator at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church (1)
  • Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE) Member
This resume is created in 7 minutes.
Summary
Enthusiastic math coach with superb leadership and communication skills. Easily cultivates trusting and productive relationships with students, parents, teachers and administration. Adept at standards based lesson planning and individualizing instruction based on student need and interest. Dedicated to creating an atmosphere that has high expectations, is stimulating, and encouraging to all students.
Highlights
  • 21st CCLC site coordinator-wrote the grant for the school, hire staff, coordinated summer program, work with community and businesses to support project based learning, handle discipline
  • Volunteer coordinator-screen volunteers for background clearance, work with Foster Grandparent program, write nominations for teacher of the year, hold volunteer celebrations throughout the school year, 5 Star and Gold School award
  • Mentor-SHINE mentor for 2 teachers, mentor for other math coaches, model site visits
  • K-2 ELA support
  • Data Coach-selected as school data coach in 2015
  • FCTM-presenter at state level last 8 years
  • District Lead Assessment Teacher-participated in writing district assessments
  • FCR/STEM trained-Leadership for Mathematics and Science Instruction
  • Kagan Trained
  • Thinking Maps
  • Write from the Beginning
  • Write from the Beginning and Beyond
  • Lesson Study-two lesson study cycles with the district, currently Team Site Lead for Mills College Lesson Study for Developing Fraction Number Sense
  • Clinical Educator certification
  • Math Solutions I & II
  • Thinking Mathematics 3-5-through AFT
  • FCAT 2.0 scaling participant
Accomplishments
  • National Board Certified Teacher  Generalist/Middle Childhood 2006
  • Co-authored Mathematics textbook 2013: Grade 6, Forward Mathematics, Everglades K-12 Publishing
  • Teacher of the Year 2016
Experience
Math Coach, 08/2012 to Current Floresta Elementary Port Saint Lucie, FL
Math Coach, 08/2009 to 06/2012 Chester A. Moore Elementary Fort Pierce, FL
District Math Coach, 08/2008 to 06/2009 SLCSB Fort Pierce, FL Weatherbee Elementary and Samuel S. Gains Academy (Gr. 3-8)
Fifth Grade Teacher, 08/2001 to 06/2008 Floresta Elementary Port Saint Lucie, FL
Second Grade Teacher, 08/2000 to 06/2001 Palm City Elementary Palm City, FL
Education
Master of Science: Educational Leadership University of West Florida Pensacola, FL, USA currently enrolled
Bachelor of Science: Education, 1999 University of Pittsburgh Johnstown, PA, USA Graduated Magna Cum Laude