Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Experienced nursing professional with proven teaching expertise and devotion to building up new nurses with skills necessary to excel in today's healthcare settings. Top-notch clinical expertise, sound judgment and strengths in workflow optimization and strategic planning. Vigilant and conscientious about isolating and resolving concerns.

  • Mentoring proficiency
  • Completing physical assessments
  • Supervising students
  • Managing simulation equipment
  • Classroom assessment techniques
  • Clinical instruction
  • Teaching material preparation
  • Course content development
  • peer review of medical literature
  • Academic advisement
  • Student remediation
  • Curriculum Development
  • Evidence-based Teaching
  • Didactic instruction
  • Clinical agency relationships
Work History
Assistant Professor of Nursing, 12/2016 to 08/2021
Park UniversityGilbert, AZ,
  • Supported student educational and vocational planning to help each optimize learning strategies and reap long-term career benefits.
  • Contributed educational and clinical expertise to help optimize training courses and boost student learning.
  • Educated nursing students on successful methods for performing in classroom and clinicals and analysis appropriate techniques to provide optimal health care..
  • Oversaw laboratory and clinical environments to help students advance knowledge and abilities.
  • Prepared and delivered lectures to undergraduate in Fundamentals, Medical surgical, Critical care, pharmacology and Psychiatric nursing.
  • Identified and assigned appropriate activities and projects to enhance student learning.
  • Wrote grant proposals to procure external research funding.
  • Advised students on academic's, test taking strategies, and required vaccinations for to perform in Hospital clinical settings.
  • Developed and created clinical assignments to assess student skills.
  • Prepared and administered weekly examinations to test student skills.
  • Trained ninety students to identify signs of patient health deterioration and clinical equipment malfunction to promote achievement of course objectives.
  • Liaised with medical and nursing personnel to evaluate and improve teaching and nursing practices.
  • Monitored progress of each student and provided formal evaluation upon completion of clinical placements.
  • Compiled, administered and graded examinations to evaluate and record student comprehension levels.
  • Prepared course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments and handouts for distribution or use within classroom.
Adjunct Faculty Instructor, 11/2020 to 06/2021
University Of KentuckyLexington, KY,
  • Managed development of student performance in a Associate Degree program for use in expansion of curriculum delivery options for entry-level students.
  • Designed and distributed feedback forms to continually improve teaching skills and develop stronger connection with students.
  • Evaluated and selected instructional materials and texts to prepare course materials and lesson plans.
  • Engaged students with insightful and compelling classroom discussion of topics relevant to coursework to boost student learning and retention.
  • Developed and kindled professional relationships with students to better communicate and enhance instruction.
  • Developed and implemented Medical Surgical Clinical curriculum for improved learning and student performance.
  • Aided in migration of technological options and course materials for Medical Surgical software to add better functionality for students and faculty members.
  • Showed excellent interpersonal dialogue skills ensuring student retention of subject matter.
  • Displayed professional demeanor and served as role model for students in a clinical setting.
Associate Professor, 07/2007 to 09/2020
Middle Georgia State UniversityCity, STATE,
  • Helped students to develop and demonstrate broad, integrative and specialized knowledge, essential habits of mind, communicative fluency and effective problem-solving skills.
  • Updated curricula and lesson plans for primary instructors, researching developments in relevant fields and updating materials to reflect most recent data and statistics.
  • Encouraged class discussions by building discussions into lessons, actively soliciting input, asking open-ended questions and using techniques to track student participation.
  • Shifted between informal and formal methods of teaching to create multi-layered web of learning incorporating experiments, practical activities, discussions and projects into lessons.
  • Used variety of learning modalities and support materials to facilitate learning process and accentuate presentations.
  • Graded assignments and examinations, recording grades in grade book and reporting to primary course instructor on average performance and students requiring special attention.
  • Advised student groups, assisting learners in educational programs both on and off campus.
  • Made contributions in curricular development and innovation in teaching strategies.
  • Enhanced effectiveness of curriculum and lectures using computer-assisted instruction programs and audio-visual equipment.
  • Proctored mid-term and final examinations, assisting students with assignment comprehension and monitoring for indications of cheating.
  • Served students, clients and programs through participation in assessment processes, academic support units and university committees and task forces.
  • Sustained professional contact with colleagues and engaged in continuing professional activities to upgrade and augment existing skills or develop new ones.
  • Assisted and identified at-risk students to eliminate student barriers to learning.
  • Kept abreast of advances in pedagogy and work to continuously improve teaching methods and introduce new approaches to instruction.
  • Led large collaborations, consortiums, centers and other programs related to department mission.
  • Conducted on-going program assessment, enrollment and retention tracking.
  • Developed and implemented grants for program funding.
  • Helped recruitment diverse program faculty reflecting student population.
  • Guided personnel through selection and ordered of textbooks for program courses.
  • Analyzed data on student retention, completion, employment and success on national certification exam.
  • Collaborated with tutoring, enrollment, testing and advising services to support students.
Master of Science: Nursing, Expected in 07/2007
University of Phoenix - Phoenix, AZ,
Bachelor of Science: Nursing, Expected in 12/1997
Kennesaw State University - Kennesaw, GA
Associate of Science: Nursing, Expected in 12/1992
Southern Union State University - Valley, Alabama,

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