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grade 6 ela teacher resume example with 20+ years of experience

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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Dedicated educator with over 20 years of experience committed to creating a classroom atmosphere that is engaging, encouraging and supportive for all students. Enthusiastic, motivated, and effective at providing quality instruction and fostering a positive learning environment for all students. Superb leadership and communication skills. Easily cultivates trusting and productive relationships with students, parents, teachers and administration. Talented [Job Title] with experience coordinating effective lesson plans and collaborating with administrators. Practical and innovative when crafting classroom lectures, driving discussions and offering one-on-one guidance. Results-focused and driven educator.

Skills
  • Instructional Team Leader
  • Self-motivated
  • PLC/Data Team collaboration
  • Behavioral disorders knowledge
  • Data-tracking and analysis
  • Intervention design and implementation
  • Excellent classroom management
  • Technology integration/Digital literacy skills
  • Proficient in Google and Microsoft
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Positive student environment
  • Special Education IEP/504 familiarity
  • Multitasking
  • Friendly, positive attitude
  • ESL
Experience
06/2017 to Current Grade 6 ELA Teacher Nashua School District | Nashua, NH,
  • Attended variety of professional development workshops centered on learning goals, classroom management, student motivation and engaging learning activities.
  • Managed consistent, learning-focused classroom environments by establishing and communicating clear objectives for all students.
  • Facilitated activities that developed students' physical, emotional and social growth.
  • Served on various committees including PBIS, Leadership.
  • Conferred with specialists to support needs of students with IEP or 504 educational plans.
  • Conducted small group and individual classroom activities with students based on differentiated learning needs.
12/2004 to Current Grade 4 Teacher Sunset Elementary Hermiston School District | City, STATE,
  • Observed and assessed student performance and kept thorough records of progress.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.
  • Encouraged students to persevere with challenging tasks.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Employed a broad range of instructional techniques to retain student interest and maximize learning.
  • Differentiated instruction according to student ability and skill level.
  • Established and communicated clear learning objectives to foster student progress and academic performance.
  • Improved student engagement by implementing student-centered classroom management techniques to foster academic curiosity.
  • Instructed students in standardized subjects as well as general learning strategies and skills for social development and character.
  • Worked with school administrators to develop classroom management policies for grade level.
  • Cultivated classroom environment focused on inclusion and growth, fostering both social and academic development.
  • Formed deep relationships with parents and students by engaging groups through conferences, emails, texts and phone calls.
  • Created collaborative environment in classroom where students worked together to support everyone's learning.
  • Maintained positive classroom culture through behavior management techniques.
  • Identified student needs and collaborated with faculty to resolve social, cognitive or behavioral challenges.
  • Embraced and actively promoted inclusive and equitable learning environment.


  • Built strong relationships with parents and students, driving investment in academics.
  • Helped students learn to persevere with challenging tasks and build resilience for later educational efforts.
  • Explored foundational learning concepts with students through hands-on activities, videos and class discussions.
12/1992 to 12/1995 Multi-Age Classroom Teacher Saratoga Independent School | City, STATE,
  • Maintained positive classroom environments by reinforcing rules for behavior and relationship-building actions.
  • Maintained safe, clean, and organized classroom environment.
  • Helped develop strong verbal and written communication skills by leading students through listening, speaking, reading and writing activities.
  • Educated students on spelling, grammar and language rules through developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Adhered to district standards for reporting on academic progress, student attendance and assessment data.
  • Observed fellow teaching professionals, gathering valuable techniques to use in classroom.
Education and Training
Expected in 2005 Master of Science | Elementary Reading & Literacy Walden University, , GPA:
Expected in 1993 Bachelor of Arts | Elementary Education University of Montana, , GPA:
Activities and Honors

Sunset Elementary Educator of the Year, 2009-2010

Sandstone Middle School Educator of the Year, 2020-2021

Instructional Team Leader - 8 years

Additional Information

Job Summary

This position is responsible for the hands-on operation of plant equipment and systems in the field and in facility control rooms. Will communicate with the control area, other facility operators and support organizations to ensure safe, effective facility operations. Will operate material handling equipment, perform operational maintenance activities. Will monitor and operate utility, electrical, mechanical handling, and process equipment. Will perform as well as support required inspections. Will coordinate and supervise delivery of chemicals by subcontractors and unload these materials from delivery vehicles to plant systems. Will also enter radiologically and/or chemically controlled areas in appropriate personnel protective equipment for assigned duties.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES/TASKS

Perform all work safely and with the utmost concern for the safety of self and other employees.

Perform all work in compliance with environmental permits and regulations.

Being continuously aware of radiological, environmental, safety, and any potentially hazardous conditions and notifying supervision and affected organizations when changes occur.

Effectively manage time and complete all delegated work within the specified time.

Assist with preparations and restorations associated with facility maintenance and modification work.

Communicate with the control area, other facility operators and support organizations to ensure safe, effective facility operations.

Operate material handling equipment

Package, label, document, and handle waste for treatment and disposal.

Perform operational maintenance activities

Make notifications and log entries as required by operating procedures.

Participate in event investigations and supply information as requested.

Load and unload raw materials and supplies.

Operate equipment in accordance with procedures from control panels, manually operated levers, switches, buttons, joysticks, computer displays, touch panels, etc.

Replace indicator bulbs, paper, and pens in operations control panels.

Monitor and operate utility (e.g. boilers, compressors, chillers, cooling towers, etc.), electrical (e.g. breakers, switchgear, switches, etc.), mechanical handling (e.g. cranes, hoists, trolleys, forklifts, etc.), process (e.g. evaporators, filters, pumps, heat exchangers, etc.), and special (e.g. melters, remote welders, robotic arms, remote equipment, etc.) equipment in accordance with training and operating procedures.

Sample system fluids, reagents, chemicals, etc. and perform bench top analysis (e.g. pH, density, residual CI, etc.) in accordance with training and operating procedures.

Package and transport samples to laboratory.

Coordinate, monitor and oversee delivery of chemicals (e.g. reagents, glass formers, etc.) and consumables (e.g. fuel oil, etc.) by subcontractors and unloading of these materials from delivery vehicles to plant systems.

Enter radiologically and /or chemically controlled areas in appropriate personnel protective equipment for assigned duties.

Performs daily, weekly, and monthly required inspections, and supports other inspections and /or monitoring teams requiring access to the plant.

Install and remove lockout/tagout.

Monitoring facility and correct housekeeping and materials conditions and report those which cannot be corrected on the spot.

Serve as a member of the Emergency Response Team as directed.

Communicate facility system and equipment status to the assigned supervisor.

Monitor and respond to system operating parameter deviations from the specified band and take corrective action in accordance with training and procedures.

Monitor, direct and support activities of personnel working in plant areas.

Maintain accurate logbooks, data sheets and other historical data relating to systems under his/her control.

Assist in analysis of and development of solutions to operating system problems, alarms and unusual occurrences.

FCT (Facility Commissioning Tech)

Operation and monitoring of plant equipment and systems. (e.g. utilities, electrical, mechanical and special equipment.) from control room(s) and, or workplace. Operate material handling equipment and systems. (e.g. forklifts, pallet jacks) to include loading and unloading of delivery vehicles. Perform daily, weekly, and monthly equipment and system inspections/surveillances. Perform duties in radiologically and, or chemically controlled areas. Perform and support operational maintenance activities.

Amentum has joined with Bechtel to create an LLC, known as the Waste Treatment Completion Company (WTCC) to construct, start-up and commission the world’s largest radioactive-waste treatment plant for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in southeastern Washington state. The project will use vitrification technology to process and stabilize 53 million gallons of radioactive and chemical waste currently stored at the Hanford Site which is a byproduct of plutonium-production during World War II and the Cold War era.

The project is the largest undertaking of its kind ever and one of DOE’s most technically challenging cleanup projects equivalent to building two nuclear power plants. Its construction site spans 65 acres and includes facilities for pretreatment, low-activity waste vitrification, and high-level waste vitrification, as well as an analytical laboratory.

Minimum Requirements

Education and Hiring Requirements:

HS Diploma or equivalent.

Ability to pass a medical evaluation based on the Employee Job Task Analysis (10 CFR 851)

Must be able to pass a math fundamentals entry exam.

Must be able to pass background check and drug screen.

Ability to wear required personnel protective equipment (PPE).

This position is represented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union (IBEW).

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Walden University
  • University of Montana

Job Titles Held:

  • Grade 6 ELA Teacher
  • Grade 4 Teacher
  • Multi-Age Classroom Teacher

Degrees

  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts

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