Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary

Jessica Claire is a charismatic, passionate, and dependable Teacher devoted to promoting student learning and enhancing individual potential. Skillful in directing classroom environments and enhancing student behavior through positive and forward-thinking approaches. As an individual, compassion shows through caring relationship-builder with analytical mindset and good decision-making skills. Moreover, proficient in helping advanced, struggling and special needs students enhance learning with necessary tools to achieve academic goals, instilling love of learning and cooperative teamwork. Adept in application of excellent communication and problem solving skills to improve academic and testing performance of students as well as developing and implementing IEPs and XXXs for students in need of special support. Lastly, highly skilled at motivating students through positive encouragement and reinforcement of concepts via interactive classroom instruction and observation both virtually and in person learning to develop strong literacy, numeracy, social and learning skills optimized by student performance, promoting goal-oriented activities and encouraging critical thinking. As a professional teacher who is deeply committed to optimizing and enhancing student success and by maintaining productive relationships with students and parents and updating educational protocols.

  • Group learning mechanics
  • Experiential learning
  • Google Classroom/Edulastic knowledge
  • SMART Board aptitude
  • Grading Procedures
  • Classroom Oversight
  • Special Education
  • Lesson Planning
  • Group Instruction
  • Classroom management
  • Technology integration
  • ESL- English as Second Language
  • Four Blocks knowledge
  • Group and individual instruction
  • Testing and grading
  • Differentiated instruction
  • Student engagement
  • Inquiry-based learning
  • Social-Emotional Learning training
  • Standardized Testing
  • DIBELS knowledge
  • Test Proctoring
  • Elementary education
  • Student records management
Work History
08/2016 to Current
Classroom Teacher Region 14 Bethlehem, CT,
  • Organized classroom supplies and decorated walls to create fun, nurturing settings and meet learning needs.
  • Fostered team collaboration between students through group projects for science.
  • Documented attendance, assignments, grades and participation for over 120 students.
  • Administered formative, summative and standardized tests to assess student understanding of material at grade level and state level.
  • Helped students develop self-esteem and life skills by fostering healthy conflict-resolution, critical thinking and communication.
  • Planned lessons, activities and trips to cover all required course material.
  • Drove student learning by establishing clear classroom plans and group objectives, as well as actionable strategies to achieve each goal.
  • Used tests, quizzes and other assignments to gauge students' learning and determine understanding of course materials.
  • Used Powerschool to upload all student grades and absence data into district computer systems.
  • Promoted exploration of building blocks of learning by leading diverse, hands-on activities.
  • Implemented new online learning technologies into classroom, boosting student understanding of subject matter.
  • Developed and distributed study guides to reinforce lecture details and help students with test preparation.
  • Taught science subject matter to 140 students on information compiled from multiple sources, including textbooks, online sites and other educational materials.
  • Instructed groups of up to 5 students and provided individual support as needed.
  • Collaborated with parents, administrators and counselors to develop improvement plans for struggling students.
  • Established and enforced rules of behavior to drive social development and maintain positive interactions.
  • Scheduled appointments with parents to discuss student progress and classroom behavior.
  • Implemented new Peardeck, Nearpod, Moby Max, Google Classroom, Kahoot technologies into classroom, boosting student understanding of subject matter.
  • Boosted individual perseverance and resilience by setting challenging goals and providing realistic support.
  • Assessed student learning progress and comprehension with routine tests and standardized examinations.
  • Created and managed IEPs to define student learning objectives and educational strategies, in addition to applying instructional knowledge and methods to support goals.
  • Delivered effective and differentiated classroom instruction to range of neurodiverse students.
  • Collaborated with students with multiple degrees of special needs to accomplish various tasks.
  • Attended monthly staff training sessions.
06/2015 to 06/2016
Ameri Corps Member Sarepta Therapeutics Burlington, MA,
  • Modified general education curriculum for special-needs students using various instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Delivered effective and differentiated classroom instruction to range of neurodiverse students.
  • Instructed students in academic areas and reading groups.
  • Physically and verbally interacted with students throughout day.
  • Attended monthly staff training sessions.
  • Implemented point system to encourage positive behavior.
  • Organized instruction material, including constructing bulletin boards and setting up work areas.
  • Established safe play environment for students.
01/2013 to 06/2015
Veterinary Technician MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers City, STATE,
  • Collected specimens from patients for laboratory analysis for parasites, blood analysis and culture.
  • Conducted preliminary patient workups including gathering patient history information, description of symptoms from owner, and documenting presenting condition.
  • Prepared surgical instrument packs and drapes for use in sterile environments by processing in autoclave under high pressure and high temperature conditions.
  • Administered oral or topical medications to boarding patients as specified by veterinarian in animal's medical record.
  • Cleaned and disinfected exam areas, equipment and kennels to prevent spread of disease, control odors and maintain healthy environment.
  • Administer medications, vaccines, and treatments as instructed by veterinarian.
  • Performed dental cleanings using ultrasonic scaler.
  • Performed dental extractions with no periosteal elevation, no tooth resectioning, and no bone resectioning.
  • Monitored urine and fecal output, completed weight checks and observed appetite during feeding.
  • Swabbed ears to remove wax and dirt, removing extra hair to allow air to circulate freely and avoid infection.
  • Answered owners' animal health questions and educated on healthy animal care practices.
  • Triaged incoming patients to determine treatment needs and urgency of care.
  • Greeted pet owners and performed intakes to go over array of available services, outline costs and determine special needs of animal while in care.
  • Assisted veterinary surgeon in endoscopy surgeries and related internal medicine procedures across variety of domestic animals.
  • Maintained daily progress records, surgery logs, x-ray logs, Drug Enforcement Administration logs and routine records.
  • Interacted with clients regarding animal health, questions and concerns, education on treatment protocol and general procedures.
  • Performed ophthalmological procedures such as tear production testing, topical anesthetic application, fluorescein staining of cornea and tonometry.
  • Cared for animals pre-surgery, including administering anesthetics.
  • Established intravenous drips for ongoing hydration in treatment of canines suffering from parvovirus infections.
Expected in
No Degree: Biology
Dillard University - New Orleans, LA
  • Majored in Biology
  • Jubilee Scholar
Expected in
No Degree: Education
University Of Phoenix - Tempe, AZ
  • Majored in Master of Arts in Teaching
Expected in 04/2021
Master of Education: Education
Grand Canyon University - Phoenix, AZ
  • Member of Alpha Chi National College Honor Society
  • Majored in Master of Education in Elementary Education (Leads to Initial Licensure)
Expected in 12/2008
Bachelor of Science: Animal Sciences
Louisiana State University And A&M College - Baton Rouge, LA
  • Coursework in Independent study in Parasitology of Farm Animals, Special Problems with Horses
  • Majored in Animal, Dairy, and Poultry Sciences
  • Concentration in Science & Technology
Expected in 05/2004
High School Diploma:
St. Mary's Academy - New Orleans, LA,
  • Graduated in Top 10 % of Class
  • Member of St. Mary's Academy Honor Society
  • Honors Graduate
  • Technology Integration - Participated in technology training courses and trained colleagues in new technology concepts and practices applicable for the classroom.
  • Candidate for Science Content Leadership for Adult Learning.

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  • Louisiana State University And A&M College
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