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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Professional educator with outstanding communication and instruction experience. Adjunct Faculty adapts to different settings and subjects. Masterful at new teaching styles and concepts and can work within constraints of school guidelines and policies. Keen observer equipped to change teaching styles based on student need or subject matter.

Skills
  • Online teaching
  • Individualized support
  • Technology integration
  • Background in Psychology based jobs
  • Lesson Planning
  • Curriculum planning
  • Online learning tools
  • Performance assessment
  • Adult Education
  • Technology-based curriculum
Work History
Adjunct Professor, 08/2011 to Current
Marquette University Milwaukee, WI,
  • Used variety of learning modalities and support materials to facilitate learning process and accentuate presentations.
  • Evaluated and revised lesson plans and course content to achieve student-centered learning.
  • Transitioned traditional in person course material and applied technological options for online and course-related software for all courses.
  • Worked closely with professors to develop and implement virtual psychology curriculum for improved learning and student performance.
  • Taught psychology courses, providing instruction to up to 350+ undergraduate students.
  • Built relationships with students, mentoring on personal, professional and academic goals while providing coaching on effective study habits.
  • Encouraged class discussions by building discussions into lessons, actively soliciting input, asking open-ended questions and using techniques to track student participation.
  • Graded quizzes, tests, homework and projects to provide students with timely academic progress information and feedback.
  • Assisted and identified at-risk students to eliminate student barriers to learning.
  • Utilized various methods, including exams, quizzes and assignments to assess student comprehension and monitored student performance using automated reporting system.
Work/Life Consultant, 01/2019 to 12/2020
Department Of Defense Colfax, LA,
  • Cultivated positive, trusting relationships with clients and community providers to promote effective coordination of resources.
  • Assisted clients in accessing services and benefits by providing education and information about community resources, successfully assisting clients in acquiring needed aid.
  • Coordinated with social, public and welfare agencies to obtain and provide client information.
  • Identified community resources to support clients.
  • Cultivated team building by creating and delivering customized curriculum based on needs of organization.
Work Life Specalist, 10/2016 to 08/2018
United States Air Force City, STATE,
  • Guided military members, dependents and civilians in over 385 individual appointments to include: 105 Pre-Separation, 90 Capstone, 80 Finances, 25 Personality Assessment and 85 appointments.
  • Conducted over 45 workshops/briefings resulting in over 500 active duty members, dependents, and civilians to include: Blended Retirement System, Thrift Savings Plan, Financial, Employment, Transition etc.
  • Managed over 10 programs, including accessing successfulness of programs offered, reporting to leadership on ways to innovate programs and delivering material.

Recovery Team Assistant, 10/2010 to 08/2014
Cope Community Services City, STATE,
  • Assessed 60+ members weekly to ensure compliance with court order and service plan goals.
  • Twice weekly evaluated 25+ members and their need for intensive recovery treatment, to enhance quality of life, independence and goal progression.
  • Participated in monthly treatment plan meetings for 15 patients who were inpatient at the Arizona State Hospital on both the criminal and civil wards, developing a treatment plan to decrease adverse behaviors to be released. 4 members were released successfully.
  • Developed rapport with 70+ members, ranging from voluntarily to non-voluntary, increasing compliance with services and treatment 65%.
  • Educated 25+ members during weekly medication box fills on their diagnoses and medication, increasing understanding of their mental illness and the reason for their medications 75%.
    Interviewed members who went inpatient for psychiatric and/or medical reasons to plan for discharge and follow up decreasing their likelihood to go inpatient again 60%.
    Reevaluated treatment plans weekly with 75+ members to document progress and to make short term goals verses long term goals to improve progression.
  • Taught 20 members how to create a weekly spending plan that encompassed their expenses and needs decreased stress by 75%.
Education
Master of Arts: Experimental Psychology, Expected in 05/2010
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Fayetteville State University - Fayetteville, North Carolina,
GPA:
Bachelor of Science: Psychology, Expected in 05/2004
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University of North Carolina At Pembroke - Pembroke, NC,
GPA:

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School Attended
  • Fayetteville State University
  • University of North Carolina At Pembroke
Job Titles Held:
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Work/Life Consultant
  • Work Life Specalist
  • Recovery Team Assistant
Degrees
  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Science