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Summary

Motivated, dedicated, and enthusiastic educator with over 5 years of experience working with diverse groups of students, seeking position as a teacher and/or counselor in a collaborative and dynamic school environment. 

Education
Master of Education: Educational Leadership 2018 University of Western Ontario London, Ontario, Canada
Bachelor of Education: (Intermediate/Senior-English and History) 2010 Queen's University Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Bachelor of Arts: English (Specialized, Honours) 2009 York University Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Additional Qualifications
Cooperative Education - Part One 2019
Special Education - Part One 2018
Guidance and Career Education - Honours Specialist 2016
Guidance and Career Education - Part Two 2016
Guidance and Career Education - Part One 2012
Certifications and Licenses
  • Ontario Certificate of Qualification and Registration - Ontario College of Teachers (OCT)
  • Anxiety - Practical Intervention Strategies - One-Day Workshop, Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute Inc. (CTRI) - 2015
  • Self-Injury Behaviour in Youth - Two-Day Workshop, (CTRI) - 2015
  • Brief Focused Counselling Skills: Strategies from Leading Frameworks - Two-Day Workshop, (CTRI) - 2016
  • CPR/First Aid Certification, St. John's Ambulance
  • Anaphylaxis in Schools - Certification of Completion, Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
Professional Experience
Guidance Counsellor 08/2019 to Current ISNA High School Mississauga, Ontario
  • Prepare timetables for students and assist with course selections
  • Monitor student progress and ensure all graduation requirements are being met
  • Participate in various guidance sessions with students and ensure growth of students and help students prepare academic and career goals
  • Work with subject teachers to arrange accommodations for IEP students 
  • Assist with post-secondary applications 
  • Assist students with all emotional requirements and prepare various counseling and intervention strategies for all students 
  • Create mental health programs such as the Mental Health Committee 
  • Maintaining and updating OSRs
  • Promote student learning through academic, emotional, and social development 
Secondary Long Term Occasional Teacher - Central Etobicoke High School 04/2018 to 06/2019 Toronto District School Board Etobicoke, Ontario
  • Co-op teacher for students diagnosed with mild intellectual disabilities
  • Social skills teacher for students diagnosed with Autism
  • Taught Peer Leadership to students with mild intellectual disabilities
  • Taught Rhythm and Movement to students with mild intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Planned, created, and delivered innovative lesson plans to engage and accommodate students with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Updated student IEPs
  • Planned and organized performances for school assemblies
  • Planned and organized the annual Mental Health Assembly
  • Planned and organized the school Bingo Tournament
Secondary Occasional Teacher 03/2018 to Current Toronto District School Board Ontario
  • Supervise classes and adhere closely to lesson plans left by teacher
  • Provide observation reports to teacher
  • Establish good rapport with students to develop mutual respect
  • Implement school procedures and policies and address student concerns in an effective manner
Summer School Teacher - Iroquois Ridge Secondary School 07/2017 to 07/2017 Halton District School Board Oakville, Ontario
  • Taught Grade 12 English (ENG 4C) and the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OLC3O)
  • Conducted assessment and evaluation in accordance with Growing Success
  • Planned, created, and delivered innovative lesson plans to engage reluctant learners in both courses​
  • Integrated Google Apps for Education to enhance student learning
  • Established and enforced rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among a class of 18 students 
  • Maintained regular communication with parents ​​
Secondary Occasional Teacher 12/2016 to 06/2018 Halton District School Board Ontario
  • Supervise classes and adhere closely to lesson plans left by teacher 
  • Provide observation reports to teacher 
  • Establish good rapport with students to develop mutual respect 
  • Implement school procedures and policies and address student concerns in an effective manner
Student Advisor 09/2015 to 06/2017 ISNA High School Mississauga, Ontario
  • Organized workshops on study skills and stress management to improve student well-being and mental health
  • Developed and organized the Grade 9 Orientation Program
  • Counseled students with various concerns (anxiety, behavior issues, tardiness, conflict resolution, etc)
  • Created behaviour intervention plans for selected students in collaboration with class teachers and parents
  • Team lead for Professional Learning Community (PLC) workshops for staff to improve assessment and evaluation practices 
  • Created and conducted student surveys to track school climate and culture 
  • Maintained regular communication with parents and provided support when needed 
Secondary English Teacher 09/2013 to 06/2015 ISNA High School Mississauga, Ontario
  • Taught English to Grades 9-11 (ENG1D, ENG2D, ENG3U) and Presentation & Speaking Skills to Grade 11 (EPS3O).
  • Developed lesson plans in accordance with ​Growing Success
  • Implemented learning goals and success criteria regularly in lessons to help students become independent and self-monitoring learners 
  • Prepared students for the OSSLT which produced successful results for all students
  • Integrated technology, such as Google Apps for Education, on a regular basis to improve learning experience and increase student collaboration 
  • Assisted with establishing and implementing school library policies and procedures to improve library experience for students and staff
  • Ordered library materials and maintained records of payments
  • Introduced EBSCO databases to school and organized workshops to improve students' research skills
  • Created citation templates to help students create properly formatted citations
  • Headed the Yearbook and Newsletter Committee
  • Organized school charity initiatives such as the Water-Well Project for Africa, which raised $8000 for a solar powered water well
  • Organized and supervised TED-Ed club as a component of Speaking and Presentation Skills course
Middle School Teacher 09/2011 to 06/2013 Al Falah Elementary School Oakville, Ontario
  • Grade 7 Homeroom teacher and Grade 8 Social Studies Teacher
  • Developed lesson plans in accordance with the Ontario curriculum guidelines to ensure student success
  • Incorporated social issues in daily lessons to promote critical thinking and global awareness
  • Organized Community Service Club to encourage students to become active members of their community
  • Organized the first school talent show to increase student spirit
  • Emphasized and encouraged literacy by organizing school participation in the Battle of the Books held by the Oakville Public Library and the Forest of Reading Program held by the Ontario Library Association
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Secondary English Teacher 09/2010 to 08/2011 Drapers' Academy Harold Hill, England, United Kingdom
  • Taught English to Years 7-10 (Key Stages 3 and 4)
  • Delivered engaging and differentiated lessons to accommodate students with various learning needs and behavioral issues in accordance with the English National Curriculum
  • Provided guidance and support to students with various concerns as a Form Tutor for Year 7
  • Taught Year 10 Functional Skills course for students at risk of failing GCSE English
  • Resource teacher for at-risk students requiring remedial support
  • Incorporated Interactive Whiteboard Technology on a daily basis to produce creative and engaging lessons for students
  • Helped organize and participated in the Annual School Christmas Pantomime
Interests

Education, traveling, literature, art, and philosophy

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Objective
Seasoned elementary school teacher with 7+ years of experience as a classroom teacher seeking an elementary school teaching position. 
Work Experience
08/2013 to Current
Third Grade Teacher Brophy Elementary School Framingham, MA
  • Teach third grade in culturally diverse suburban school in Sheltered English Instruction (SEI) classroom.
  • Implement Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) to reinforce core school values.
  • Differentiate instruction to accommodate all learners including students with learning disabilities, English Language Learners and gifted children.
  • Plan program of study aligned with Common Core Standards utilizing Eureka Math curriculum and Lucy Calkins Readers'/Writers' Workshop.
  • Integrate Standards for Mathematical Practice, Number Talks (Parrish) and Talk Moves (Chapin) into daily math lessons.
  • Incorporate Growth Mindset (Dweck) philosophy into classroom culture.
  • Assess student reading progress formally with Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System (BAS) and informally through student conferences, guided reading groups and strategy groups.
  • Utilize Academic Conversation (Zwiers) sentence frames into daily lessons to foster thinking and content understanding.
  • Align practice with principals of RBT's Studying Skillful Teaching (Saphier).
08/1994 to 06/1997
Fourth Grade Teacher Hemenway Elementary School Framingham, MA
  • Taught fourth grade in suburban setting.
  • Implemented Lucy Calkins Writers' Workshop.
  • Incorporated portfolio assessment into all curriculum areas.
  • Developed grade-wide rubrics; Authored chapter in Framingham's Portfolio Assessment Guide: Rubrics as Motivators.
  • Established literature program for whole class, small groups and individuals while maintaining flexible skill groups.
  • Created grade-wide differentiated problem solving curriculum.
  • Prepared students for state standardized testing (MEAPS).
09/2011 to 06/2013
Special Education Aide Comprehensive Learning Center, Lawrence School Brookline, MA
  • Assisted special education teacher by aiding students with academic, social and emotional disabilities.
  • Supported students in general education classrooms while making appropriate accommodations and modifications.
09/2010 to 06/2011
Instructional Support Staff Franklin Elementary School Newton, MA
  • Worked as full-day floating substitute teacher three days per week.
09/2009 to 06/2010
Class-Size Aide Burr Elementary School Newton, MA
  • Assisted teachers with largest class sizes K - 5.
  • Led guided reading groups and conducted conferences.
  • Instructed phonics and math activities to small groups.
  • Performed Fundations reading assessments and facilitated Read Naturally program.
09/1997 to 08/2008
President, Founder and Teacher Teachers to Go, Inc Newton, MA
  • Founded private tutoring company.
  • Tutored children; Hired and managed teachers.
06/1995 to 08/1995
Summer School Teacher Framingham Public Schools Framingham, MA
  • Taught Literature Leads to Cooking to primary school students.
09/1993 to 06/1994
Fifth Grade Intern, Brookline/Simmons Learning Teaching Collaborative Lincoln School Brookline, MA
  • Co-taught diverse fifth grade class with Brookline's "Teacher of the Year".
  • Designed curriculum, taught lessons and managed classroom behavior.
09/1992 to 06/1993
Attorney Murphy, Hesse, Toomey & Lehane Quincy, MA
  • Represented school departments; Negotiated collective bargaining contracts; Consulted on legal issues and conducted seminars on education law.
09/1991 to 06/1992
Attorney Bond, Schoeneck & King Syracuse, NY
  • Represented school districts, private schools, colleges and universities.
Community Service/Leadership
  • PTO Co-President, Angier Elementary School, Newton, MA 2007-2009
  • Vice President/Board Member, Sisterhood Temple Emanuel, 2009-Current
  • Board Member, CJP Women's Philanthropy, Boston, MA 2008-2011
  • Co-Chair, CJP Women's Philanthropy Annual Fundraiser, 2010
  • Co-Chair, Sisterhood Temple Emanuel Annual Donor Event, 2008
  • Co-Chair, Angier Elementary School Annual Winter Fundraiser, 2004-2006
  • School Council elected member, Angier Elementary School, 2001-2003
  • Choir member, Temple Emanuel Adult Choir, 2007-Current
Education
1994
Master of Arts: Teaching Simmons College Boston, MA
  • Recipient of Massachusetts Award, "Attracting Excellence to Teaching
  • Massachusetts Elementary Professional Certification #320292 (Grades 1-6)
  • SEI Endorsement, 2016
  • Trained in Responsive Classroom I and II
1991
Juris Doctor Washington College of Law, American University Washington DC
1988
Bachelor of Arts Skidmore College Saratoga Springs, NY
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Professional Summary
Responsible, ambitious, and motivated individual with meticulous attention to detail seeks challenging office position with a company where my ability and experience will be fully applied. As a former teacher I hold a wide array of skills and talents to exceed expectations in a business setting.
Certifications
  • Social Studies 8-12
  • Special Education k-12
  • Physical Education k-12
Work History
Teacher, 08/2012 to 06/2017
Crosby ISD Crosby, Texas
  • Instruct students in Level and Pre-AP World Geography, Economics, Psychology, Strategic U.S. History
  • Develop and Prepare lessons utilizing various instructional strategies
  • Maintain updated electronic files and records (grades, discipline, local and state test data, lesson plans, andcurriculum)
  • Assist Special Education teachers and counselors in the development of Individualized Education Plans (IEP)
  • Design and maintain a teacher webpagePrepare written correspondence for internal and external useMaintain an instructional environment conducive to learning
  • Effectively communicate (written and oral) with students, co-workers, administrators and parents
  • Prepare and present visual illustrations and presentations (PowerPoint, Keynote, Excel, Schoology)Prepare and send digital correspondence to administrators, parents and community members
  • Analyze, evaluate and interpret test data to improve instruction 

 

 

Substitute Teacher / Summer School Teacher, 08/2010 to 08/2012
Crosby ISD Crosby, Texas
  • Filled in for teacher absences including additional duties and long term assignments
  • Carried out lesson plans by teacher directives
  • Maintain classroom order and safe student work environment
  • Long term positions included inputting student data such as grades
  • Co-Chaired committee on school changes and decisions
  • Taught additional subjects during summer school
Skills
  • Can Work Well With Teams
  • Hard Worker
  • Computer/Technology Proficient
  • Multi-Tasker
  • Problem Solver 
  • Maintains Safe Work Environment
  • Attention to Detail
  • Leadership Qualities
Education
Associate of Applied Science: Process Technology , 2018
Lee College - Baytown, Texas
Bachelor of Science: History, 2010
TEXAS WOMAN'S UNIVERSITY - Denton, Texas
Minors in Education and Social Studies
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Summary
Outgoing and dynamic salesperson working on getting my real-state license and furthering my education in Business and management. A strong sales background and knowledge of suggestive selling and other sales techniques. An independent worker with the ability to inform and excite potential customers and some administrative experience.
Highlights
  • Bilingual- fluent in both English and Spanish
  • Excellent in communication, well spoken and confident over the phone
  • Quick and willing to learn
  • Able to adapt quickly, and multi-task
  • Experienced with co-workers, children, adults, elderly, and disabled people
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office, and Microsoft word
  • Problem solving skills
  •  Quick adaptability
  • Result Driven
  • Creative and Articulate
  • Self-Motivated personality
  • Works well under-pressure
  • Event Planning Experience
Accomplishments
  • Completed Emergency Medical Technology course
  • ​Art & Writing Awards of 2010 for Excellence In Visual Arts
Experience
Cashier/ Customer Service
April 2013 to October 2014
CVS Pharmacy Carbondale, IL

Duties:

  • Answered customers' questions and addressed problems and complaints in person and via phone.  
  • Helped customers select products that best fit their personal needs. 
  •  Educated customers on product and service offerings.  
  • Maintained visually appealing and effective displays for the entire store.  
  • Processed shipments and maintained organized stock shelves.
  • Creating and maintaining long-term relationships with regular customers.
  • Assisting customers with choices by providing them with information about products.
  • Participating in physical inventory counts.
  • Assisting customers with choices by providing them with information about products.
  • Participating in physical inventory counts.
Sales Assoctiate
September 2010 to March 2013
Hollister Carbondale, IL Duties:
  • Responding quickly and resourcefully to customer requests or concerns.
  • Using suggestive selling techniques to increase sales.
  • Up selling and making recommendations to customers.
  • Serving multiple customers in a short period of time.
  • Carrying out re-merchandising, display, price markdowns duties.
  • Accurately completing cash register transactions.
  • Receiving store deliveries.
  • Representing the store in a professional and positive manner.
  • Taking care of the customers' needs while following company procedures.
  • Occasionally opening and closing the store.
  • Organizing the display of merchandise.
  • Adhering to all store retail policies and procedures.
Summer School Teacher Trainer (Professional developmet Coaches)
June 2010 to July 2011
Jesus Es El Senor Summer School Cobden, IL
   The Summer School  program helps foreign students catch up to their grade level, learn to read or write, practice English and improve basic math skills. We also emphasize personal growth and development, providing exposure to arts & crafts, sports, music, dance, interactive games, and science experiments. Local field trips are a regular part of the curriculum, allowing students to learn about their culture and community first-hand.
Duties:
  • Assist students in academic subjects such as reading, writing and math; work effectively with students in classrooms and assist them in academic, vocational and living skills.
  • Tutor students in developing interpersonal relationships with peers and adults; promote the safety of the students by helping them develop self-confidence.
  • Assist students in behavior management; provide education regarding appropriate interpersonal actions, respond to discipline problems.
  • Promote the well-being of students by helping them develop a positive attitude/self image, personal hygiene habits and an ability to cooperatively play and interact with other children and adults.
  • Correct homework assignments and in-class exercises.
  • Perform clerical duties as assigned, typing, copying, filing, maintaining materials, equipment and supplies, answering phones, taking messages and mail distribution.
Program Specialist/Activity Leaders & Councilor
July 2007 to July 2011
Jesus Es El Senor Kids Camp Coden, IL
To direct and lead youth programs towards the Hispanic Community as well as other children in the area. Responsible for delivery of all recreation, leisure and sport programs and activities in order to provide opportunities and encourage, promote a healthy life style and care for the children.
 
Main Activities:
    • Designed and planned camp activities to be conducted for the children – Implemented the daily schedule, directed and supervised children in spontaneous/planned
    • Established set of rules and regulations that all have to follow on the camping trip – Held responsibility for the safety, personal care and discipline of the children.
    • Overseeing the safety security of camp participants to reduce the risk of bodily harm or incidents in a variety of situations.
    • Planned and assisted in the planning of daily activities for 36 children ages 8-9 years old.
    • Maintained positive attitude and working relationship with other staff in my group.
    • Performed emergency first aid tasks.
    • Actively engaged in activities with campers.
    • Helped maintain an environment that was safe and fun for campers.
    Education
    High School Diploma : 2010 Carbondale Communtiy High School Carbondale, IL
    Generals/ EMT John A Logan Communtiy College Carterville, IL