Employing creative teaching strategies to engage students and families fully in the learning process.
In college, I was a member of PsiChi honor society. I also made the Presidents Honor roll. In each position that I have held, I have always been willing to take on new challenges and tasks. I am always willing to take classes or training courses to further my education and improve my job skills. I take great pride in my work performance, strive to do my best.
I really enjoy working on a team, but can also work well independently.
As a Classroom Paraprofessional, I worked closely with my teammates to :
-Plan individual and group learning experiences for students.
-Teach students according to plans, (IEP's , etc.)
-Provide classroom support.( Behavior support, teaching)
-Input data, grades, student photos, into Teaching Strategies program.
-Office tasks such as : answering phones, taking messages, inputing data, attendance recording, copying, faxing, collating, laminating, binding.
-Strong interpersonal skills- working with parents one-on-one as well as
in group settings.
-Continuing education credits- to remain current on latest educational
-Relationship building- Confidentiality!
-Record keeping- records for volunteers, material orders, communication log.
-First aid/ cpr/ med dispensing certified
Family Service Provider
-relationship building with parents/guardians
-provide information regarding community resources.
-goal setting with parents.
-home visits with families to provide extended learning support.
-scheduling home visits.
-attend parent teacher conferences.
-create, deliver learning tools for student use.
-organize, charitable collections for families in need.
-record data, attendance, maintain health records to make sure students were up to date on immunizations.
-Med dispensing certified.
As a student, I had a work -study assignment as a office helper. I answered phones, sorted mail, provided support to office staff and students. I inputed data, stuffed envelope mailers and mailed information packets to perspective students.
In this position I worked as a one-on-one Special Education Paraprofessional . I worked closely with the Special Education Specialist to provide support for a high needs student. I worked with a student in a classroom setting as well as individual tutoring in a isolation setting.
Job responsibilities :
-Working with students' teachers to provide support, in and out of classroom.
-Understand and follow IEP.
-Participate in parent/teacher meetings.
-Relationship building between staff/student/ family members.
-strict confidentiality of student information.
-plan, and follow Student IEP's /behavior plans.
I attended the University of Wyoming and graduated with a B.S. in Psychology.
Kids Play Math is a online course that is supported by Colorado Headstart Program. I took this course to understand key concepts of Early Math learning skills that can be taught in the classroom. I also learned how to expand using technology in the classroom with my students .
I took several courses in Early Childhood to meet state requirements to teach in a public school setting.
I started College at Casper College . I entered college as a declared Secondary Education major. I minored in Earth Science.
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