Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Science Teacher with excellent relational skills who recognizes the importance of connecting students, parents, and colleagues to promote academic success. Passion and creativity provide the foundation to create engaging lessons and labs. Effective and efficient methods of teaching are used while focusing on the individual needs of each student.
  • Active participation in [groups, plans, events]
  • Excellent classroom management
  • Teaching, tutoring and counseling
  • Effectively work with parents
  • Motivating students
  • Interactive teaching/learning
  • Innovative lesson planning
  • Performance assessments
  • Positive atmosphere promotion
  • Instructional best practices
  • Differentiated instruction
  • Nominated for Teacher of the Year by colleagues in 2011 and 2013
  • Selected as the 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year for Moore Middle School
  • Selected as one of the semi-finalists for the Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year
  • Facilitated district Science Staff Development for 6th grade science teachers and elementary science specialists
  • Served as a mentor for GCPS Science staff Development facilitators
  • Served as the 6th Grade Science Curriculum Chair
  • Served as Student Council Sponsor
Professional Experience
6th grade gifted science teacher, 07/2011 to Current
Gwinnett County Public SchoolsCity, STATE,

Routinely met with students' parents regarding in-class issues and learning interruptions to discuss solutions.

6th grade science teacher, 08/2005 to 08/2011
Gwinnett CountyCity, STATE,
Paraprofessional for K-6th, 01/1 to 01/1
DeKalb County School SystemCity, STATE,
Education and Training
Doctorate of Education: Curriculum and Instruction, Expected in
Liberty University - Lynchburg, Virginia
Doctorate of Education, Curriculum and Instruction Cumulative G.P.A.: 3.80/4.0 Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia 24515 Anticipated Graduation: December 2017
Master of Education: Curriculum and Instruction, Expected in
University of Southern Mississippi - Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Master of Education, Curriculum and Instruction Cumulative G.P.A.: 4.0/4.0 University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Mississippi Degree Conferred: December 2005
Bachelor of Science: Middle Grades Education, Expected in
Brenau University - Gainesville, Georgia
Bachelor of Science, Middle Grades Education Cumulative G.P.A.: 3.5/4.0 Brenau University, Gainesville, Georgia 30501 Degree Conferred: May 2000 Other LEADERSHIP PHILOSOPHY
: philosophy, leadership, Expected in
implementing school culture exercises - ,
My personal philosophy is that effective and competent leadership is the crux of any successful organization. Warren G Bennis surmises this principle best "Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality." An effective leader must be able to communicate the vision and mission of an organization to its members. Additionally, an effective leader must be able to value and demonstrate respect for individual differences. An effective leader must have the ability to remove barriers or obstacles that make it difficult for teams to accomplish goals and reach benchmarks. It is incumbent upon the leader to provide individuals with the resources, tools, and most importantly training based on the individual core competencies of the organization in order for its members to succeed. With these principles as my foundation, my guiding light so-to-speak, I as a natural communicator, who flourishes in the ability to initiate conversation and develop sincere relationships with individuals of diverse ages, cultures, and beliefs, will aid the principal in surveying staff morale, implementing school culture exercises, and stand ready and able to negate possible challenges in a diplomatic manner. Finally, any leader must continually push and challenge themselves in order to remain relevant and effective as a leader. On a personal note I will continue to identify and pursue opportunities for self-development to maintain, fortify, and expand my leadership capabilities. PROFESSIONAL TESTIMONIALS
: instrumental, leadership, Expected in
Moore Middle School - Lawrenceville, Georgia
Ms. Moise has been a stellar performer at Moore Middle School since May of 2011. Ms. Moise was instrumental in helping Moore Middle establish its initial programs and processes. Linda designed a leadership cohort program to develop the leadership skills of teachers and administrators. Twelve teachers and administrators completed the cohort last school year. Her prototype has now been passed on to other schools for implementation. Linda was selected by Gwinnett County leadership to speak on behalf of teachers at an assistant principal's annual district orientation. She is the architect of our school-wide science fair initiatives. In two years she has helped establish Moore Middle as a high achieving science program. Ms. Moise was selected as Chair of the 6th Grade Science Department because of her attention to detail and curriculum expertise. Linda leads by example and can be called upon to meet the toughest challenges. She's established herself as a leader and invaluable asset on every level. The greatest compliment I can give Linda is; "I'd work for her any day." - Mr. Allen Craine, Assistant Principal, Moore Middle School, Lawrenceville, Georgia
: education, Expected in
J.E. Richards Middle School - ,
Linda Moise was a joy to have as a science teacher. She is an exceptional individual who is confident, yet humble. She is well-liked by her colleagues and supervising administrators because of her get things done attitude and genuine respect and compassion for others. During her tenure at J.E. Richards Middle School, she used her leadership and organizational skills to coordinate the school's science fair which yielded the highest participation rate in the school's history. She has worked collaboratively with other teachers to facilitate parent classes, educating parents on how to assist their children with learning science. She is a master teacher that works diligently to perfect her craft. Ms. Moise is consistent, dedicated, passionate, and enthusiastic. She has incredible creative energies and a refreshing idealism tempered only enough to accomplish what needs to be done. Because of her positive disposition, her reflective way of operating, and all of the character traits that make her a teacher leader, Ms. Moise will excel and create a lasting effect in the field of education.
: supervision of Ms, Expected in
Trip Elementary School - Grayson, Georgia
- Dr. Rukina Walker, Principal, Trip Elementary School, Grayson, Georgia Ms. Moise's personal characteristics such as patience, consideration, emotional stability, and good judgment are great assets. In my supervision of Ms. Moise in her administrative field experience, she has demonstrated the ability to benefit any school as an administrator. She is a quick study and has a great rapport with students, parents, and staff. Her intelligence is well above average, and she understands both students and the learning process to a degree that is exceptional. She has creative imagination that allows her to make classroom work interesting to students.
: contact, Expected in
Van E. Blanton Elementary School - Miami, Florida
- Ms. Beverly O'Zee, Assistant Principal (Retired), Van E. Blanton Elementary School, Miami, Florida Ms. Moise continuously demonstrates her commitment to being an effective and caring teacher who earnestly seeks to meet the needs of her students. As a fourth grade teacher, she has worked diligently and eagerly with her grade level to ensure that students have an optimal learning experience. Ms. Moise has definitely earned the respect and favor of her colleagues, students, and parents, as she often extends herself beyond the classroom to engage in extra-curricular activities that promote the overall welfare and image of the school. Because of her professionalism, work ethic, and desire to positively impact, not just the lives of her students she instructs daily, but all the persons she comes in contact with, Ms. Moise has become a mentor to those entering the educational field.
Served as Student Council Sponsor
Certification: Middle Grades (4-8) Science, Social Studies, Math, and Reading Gifted (In Field) Endorsement
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School Attended

  • Liberty University
  • University of Southern Mississippi
  • Brenau University
  • implementing school culture exercises
  • Moore Middle School
  • J.E. Richards Middle School
  • Trip Elementary School
  • Van E. Blanton Elementary School

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