Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary

Passionate Adjunct Professor possessing superior classroom management and communication skills. Successful at organizing, preparing and updating course materials. Dedicated to fostering student commitment to lifelong learning by connecting course material to real world experiences. Possess a comprehensive knowledge in the Earth Sciences. Results-oriented Adjunct Professor of Geology, proficient in developing course materials, including syllabi, lesson plans, presentations, laboratory activities, quizzes, and exams. Offering over twenty years of teaching experience delivering lectures, presentations and facilitating classroom discussions.

  • Awarded “Teacher of the Year” at Lyman Memorial High School in 2003 and 2020.
  • Awarded “Lebanon District Teacher of the Year” in 2003.
  • Participated in the Library of Congress Veterans History Project from 2005-2011. Interviewed and videotaped over 60 veterans. These primary sources are archived at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.
  • Awarded the Challenge to Educational Citizenship Award from the State of Connecticut for the Veterans History Project in 2011.
  • Conducted oceanographic research in the "The Aquanaut Program" at the University of Connecticut. Produced and published two research papers entitled: "Comparisons of Fish Fauna at Natural and Manmade Reefs" in 1996 and "Food Web Dynamics on Stellwagen Bank: Distribution and Caloric Value of Zooplankton Compared to the Distribution of Their Potential Predators" in 2002.
  • Certified Connecticut athletic coach for over 37 years. Coached hockey, baseball, golf, basketball and tennis.
  • Eastern Connecticut Conference Hockey Coach of the Year in 2007 and 2008.
  • Teaching
  • Supervision
  • Problem resolution
  • Relationship development
  • Individualized Instruction
  • Lesson Development
  • Curriculum Creation
  • Technology integration
  • Classroom management
  • Lecturing
  • Performance assessment
  • Classroom presentations
Work History
09/1995 to Current
Adjunct Professor Marquette University Milwaukee, WI,
  • Proficient in the design of course curriculums, lesson plans and syllabi.
  • Over twenty-years experience providing instruction to undergraduate students in both Geology and Meteorology.
  • Evaluate and revise course content on a on-going basis to facilitate and enhance student-centered learning.
  • Deliver instruction using a variety of learning modalities including lectures, presentations, videos, laboratory and hands on learning activities.
  • Transition course material and apply technological options for remote and online learning.
  • Probe, encourage and facilitate class discussions through open-ended questions.
  • Utilize various methods of assessment, including exams, quizzes and assignments to assess student comprehension and monitor student performance using automated reporting systems.
  • Leverage data to identify student learning needs and create action plans to overcome learning deficiencies.
  • Provide students with timely academic progress information and feedback.
09/1981 to 07/2020
Secondary Science Teacher Canon City Schools Canon City, CO,
  • Communicated with students and parents regarding academic progress, assignments and behavior.
  • Planned, prepared and taught lesson plans, giving students individual support.
  • Offered clear and constructive student discipline, discouraging inappropriate behavior and bullying.
  • Planned and escorted student field trips relevant to current science course work.
  • Demonstrated positive and effective classroom management skills.
  • Created and wrote the curriculum for Geology, Oceanography, Meteorology, Physical Science and Videography courses.
  • Created assessments to gauge student comprehension and mastery of subject matter.
  • Assessed student comprehension through regular quizzes, tests and assignments.
  • Leveraged diverse learning strategies to prepare students for higher-level education requirements.
  • Diversified teaching techniques and learning tools to help students with differing ability levels and varied learning modalities.
  • Created engaging lesson plans, fostered culture of discovery and provided well-organized classroom structure to help students succeed in program.
  • Demonstrated willingness to accept feedback and make corrections based on advice from peers, parents and principal.
09/1981 to 07/2020
Coach Franciscan Hospital For Children Brighton, MA,
  • Directed ambitious practice sessions to boost athletic abilities and teamwork.
  • Evaluated tapes of competition matches to assess strategies and plan counter approaches.
  • Readied athletes for tough games by implementing coordinated regimens of practices and physical conditioning.
  • Maintained equipment, facilities and inventory to avoid accidents, mishaps and damage.
  • Encouraged everyone to cultivate strong work ethic by demonstrating diligence, patience and respect for others.
  • Held special events to promote camaraderie among teammates, families and community members.
  • Introduced games and drills, which helped students to better develop skill levels.
  • Increased player strength, agility and game skills through successful practices.
  • Developed game plans and adjusted to meet various game situations.
  • Motivated athletes to become stronger, more agile and more effective through training habits and proper nutrition.
  • Prepared athletes for special competitions and tournaments.
  • Maintained comprehensive records of program documentation.
  • Cultivated team player dedication and loyalty by teaching excellent sportsmanship and commitment.
Expected in 06/1977
High School Diploma:
Palmer High School - Palmer, MA
Expected in 05/1981
Bachelor of Science: Science Education
Eastern Connecticut State University - Willimantic, CT
Expected in 05/1985
Master of Science: Science Education
Eastern Connecticut State University - Willimantic, CT,

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