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

Professional and Effective Teacher with over 13 years of experience. Committed to providing students with necessary tools to achieve academic goals, instilling love of learning and cooperative teamwork. Accomplished in cultivating long-term relationships with students and working in fast-paced academic environments. Motivational Instructional Coach with a focus in Early Literacy and Classroom Management. One year of experience providing creative instruction. Ambitious and energetic with a welcoming and understanding demeanor. Dedicated to continuous professional development and providing relevant course materials for effective and fun learning. Motivational Literacy Coach with a strong vision to provide intervention services to struggling readers. Well-organized and friendly with a successful track record of implementing effective literacy programs. Well-versed in individual and classroom instruction.

  • Differentiated instruction
  • Classroom Management
  • Small group and individual instruction
  • Organization
  • Team Work/Collaboration
  • Learning Styles
  • Progress Monitoring
  • Technology integration
  • Student engagement
  • Student-centered learning
  • Innovative lesson planning
  • Individualized support
  • Improvement plans
  • Strategic planning
  • Flexible approach
  • Reading instruction
  • Individualized coaching
Work History
Early Literacy Interventionist/Instructional Coach, 08/2020 to Current
Shelby County School DistrictArlington, TN,
  • Assessed literacy needs of school by reviewing student data and current curriculum.
  • Conducted ongoing evaluations of literacy improvement action and communicated results to teachers and administrators.
  • Provided planned objectives and instruction for struggling Kindergarten-3rd Grade readers.
  • Instructed Dyslexic students using our school's Fundations Wilson Program.
  • Guided teachers to collect and analyze data and developed action plans in response to determined student needs.
  • Mentored new teachers on student progress monitoring.
  • Planned daily activities to keep students engaged and on track with learning goals.
  • Coordinated regular meetings to share and analyze student performance data and success plans with colleagues and parents.
  • Participated in team-building activities to enhance working relationships.
  • Developed and maintained courteous and effective working relationships.
  • Identified issues, analyzed information and provided solutions to problems.
  • Texas Reading Academy Cohort Leader.
Classroom Teacher, 08/2008 to 05/2020
New Braunfels Independent School DistrictCity, STATE,
  • Reviewed curriculum and devised alternate approaches to presenting lessons to increase student understanding
  • Evaluated and revised lesson plans and course content to facilitate and moderate classroom discussions and student centered learning
  • Boosted student knowledge of materials with weekly tutoring sessions, students improved reading levels by at least a year's growth
  • Supported student teachers by mentoring on classroom management, lesson planning and activity organization
  • Kept students on-task with proactive behavior modification and positive reinforcement strategies
  • Observed and evaluated students' performance, behavior, social development and physical health
  • Fostered team collaboration between students through group projects
  • Enhanced student learning by optimizing wide range of instructional approaches and innovative classroom activities
  • Devised and implemented strategies to create and maintain cohesive school community within virtual classroom setting
  • Graded and evaluated student assignments, papers and assessments
  • Worked cooperatively with other teachers, administrators and parents to help students reach learning objectives
  • Implementation of assessment strategies to check student progress and identify areas in need of improvement
  • Collaborated closely with peers to create cross-curricular lessons throughout year
  • Incorporated exciting and engaging activities to reinforce student participation and hands-on learning
  • Prepared lesson plans according to assessment of student needs and learning ability
  • Developed and deepened relationships with students, family members and faculty to promote optimal student learning environments
  • Promoted student engagement with positive reinforcement techniques and diverse learning strategies
  • Boosted student morale through positive reinforcement to motivate students
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans that addressed general students as well as those with individualized 504 plans as part of integrated classroom
  • Assisted struggling students to maintain progress levels by designing individualized lesson plans focused on areas for improvement
  • Developed rapport with students and families, building positive classroom community
  • Created and implemented daily lesson plans and unit studies
  • Administered standardized testing
  • Directed afterschool activities to provide students with interesting opportunities while maintaining student discipline
  • Held conferences with parents to address questions, discuss academic progress and encourage learning goals
  • Mentored students needing extra assistance understanding lessons or concepts
  • Developed students' computer and technology skills through demonstrations and practice
Kindergarten Pull Out Teacher, 12/2007 to 05/2008
New Braunfels Independent School DistrictCity, STATE,
  • Delivered structured lessons on readiness skills by emphasizing phonics, language skills, literature and handwriting to small groups of kindergarten students
  • Cultivated language skills through use of traditional poems, nursery rhymes and riddles to help students develop comprehension, vocabulary and love of language
  • Encouraged and prepared students to become independent readers through systematic, multi-sensory instruction in phonemic awareness and decoding skills
  • Observed and assessed student performance and charted progress
  • Introduced read-aloud literature to stimulate imagination and build comprehension and vocabulary
  • Played games with students to increase understanding of subjects
  • Applied evidence-based practices for classroom management
Bachelor of Science: Interdisciplinary Studies, Expected in 12/2007
Texas State University - San Marcos, TX
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1999
New Braunfels High School - New Braunfels, TX

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