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early head start teacher resume example with 13+ years of experience

Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
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Summary

Provide my extensive knowledge and experience to promote program performance standards and regulation compliance by mentoring, providing guidance, training, and promoting a collaboration partnership between the child development disabilities facilitator, children, parents, and teaching staff. Provide resources and coaching to incorporate enriching opportunities in the classroom to accommodate children with special needs, address their IEP goals to help children reach their full potential in inclusive classroom settings, and promote parents' advocacy.

Skills
  • Team player, mentoring, leadership experience and skills.
  • Early and Head Start experience and knowledge in performance program standard regulations.
  • Bilingual proficient in English and Spanish.
  • Experience writing referrals and knowledgeable in developmental assessments.
  • Outstanding organization and time management skills.
  • Experience connecting with other program departments to support families in program.
  • Effective communication skills with parents, program team, and experience formulating disability referrals.
Education and Training
California State University - Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA Expected in 03/2013 Bachelor of Arts : Child Development - GPA :
Rio Hondo College Whittier, CA Expected in 05/2009 Associate of Arts : Child Development - GPA :
Catholic University of Santiago De Guayaquil Guayaquil-Ecuador, Expected in 01/2000 Bachelor of Arts : Early Childhood Education - GPA :
California State University - San Marcos San Marcos, CA Expected in Post Bac Courses : Communication Disorders - GPA :
Experience
Kids On The Move - Early Head Start Teacher
Salt Lake City, UT, 10/2022 - Current
  • Plan weekly lesson plans with individualized activities based on program curriculum and addressing children's individual goals to support their growth and developmental milestones.
  • Provide a safe, enriching, nurturing, age appropriate, and active learning environment for all children.
  • Conduct constant developmental assessments to monitor children's areas of growth, and address areas of support for children with special needs and typical children.
  • Formulate children's individual developmental goals that will support their learning opportunities and will help them to thrive in the areas of need.
  • Conduct regular parent teacher conferences with parents to review assessments results, address children's progress, and formulate new updated goals for each child in the program.
  • Formulate children's referrals requesting for further assessment and support upon parent or teacher's concerns.
  • Incorporate developmental goals and IFSP goals into teaching strategies to support children's learning and inclusion in the classroom.
Village Inn - Early Head Start Home Visitor
Colorado Springs, CO, 11/2015 - 10/2022
  • Plan weekly individual lesson plans that intentionally will address children's IFSPs and/or developmental goals that will involve the active parent participation during home visits to maintain program compliance and performance standards.
  • Plan, conduct and coach parents to participate in biweekly socializations with their children to enhance children's areas of development and facilitate opportunities for reaching their milestones.
  • Address family's needs periodically to provide parents with community resources, write mental health referrals, and connect them with counseling services to assist families' to thrive.
  • Involve parents in creating developmental goals to address their children's development and areas of support.
  • Providing consistent health, disabilities, services, and educational resources for parent in a weekly basis to promote parenting skills and coach them to incorporate appropriate practices for their family well-being.
  • Conduct periodic developmental assessments to monitor children's development, address areas of needs or concerns, and make home visit activities modifications based on each child's needs.
  • Write disability referrals based on parent's concerns to connect them with Regional Center to begin with children's evaluation and assess children's eligibility to receive special need services.
  • Provide information and parent support during the process of referrals and write mental health referrals.
  • Recruit for the program and conduct intake documentation for new families.
Keystone Human Services - Head Start Home Visitor
East Granby, CT, 04/2010 - 11/2015
  • Plan, and conduct weekly home visits with parents and children to target areas of development.
  • Plan, and conduct biweekly socializations, and parent meetings to inform them about education, parenting skills, and program services information.
  • Conduct ASQs, and DRDP assessments to monitor children's progress and areas of support.
  • Incorporate CSEFEL curriculum during visits and socializations to promote parent and child positive emotional connections with their children.
  • Establish collaboration with other departments in the organization to maintain good standing with time sensitive deadlines and documentation.
  • Inform parents about healthy living practices to instill family well-being
  • Perform vision and hearing screenings throughout the time that children were in program.
  • Participate in IEP meetings, write children's developmental goals, and address goals individually making activities modifications to accommodate children with special needs.
  • Promote parents' sense of accomplishment and well-being by assisting parents with writing personal goals and provide community resources to help them fulfill their areas of family's needs.
Bright Horizons - Toddler Teacher
Foxboro, MA, 09/2009 - 04/2010
  • Plan weekly developmentally age appropriate activities and organize intentionally experiences based on children's goals, interest and level of maturity to empower children's development and active engagement in the classroom.
  • Supervise, and develop strong emotional connection with children while engaging in indoor and outdoor exploration.
  • Perform diaper change, and coach children during potty training routines.
  • Plan and conduct parent teacher conferences to discuss children's progress based on developmental assessment observations.
  • Maintain a daily log with notes about the child's day and inform parents about their child's daily performance in the classroom.
  • Collaborate with co-teachers in the classroom.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • California State University - Los Angeles
  • Rio Hondo College
  • Catholic University of Santiago De Guayaquil
  • California State University - San Marcos

Job Titles Held:

  • Early Head Start Teacher
  • Early Head Start Home Visitor
  • Head Start Home Visitor
  • Toddler Teacher

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Associate of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Post Bac Courses

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