To assist in providing leadership, support, and assistance to students and to assist the principal in providing professional leadership to organize, administer, supervise, and evaluate the school's instructional program. Leadership & Professionalism *Assessment & Documentation *Highly Organized Categorical Program Improvement *Student Progress Monitoring *Self-disciplined Training & Development *Focused Student Intervention *Analytical Curriculum Planning & Development *Rigorous Curriculum *Introspective Implementation *Collaborative Team Member QUALIFICATIONS California State Certificate of Eligibility for Administrative Services, seventeen years of elementary professional teaching experience.
San Bernardino City Unified School DistrictJanuary 2013 to CurrentGrade-level Lead Teacher San Bernardino, California
Demonstrates knowledge of teaching subject matter based upon the California Standards for the Teaching Profession.
Possess' knowledge of teaching strategies, effective classroom management and student engagement.
Creates effective lesson plans with sequential, thematic organization based on Common Core State Standards using Rigorous Curriculum Design.
Progress monitors student achievement by effectively analyzing students' formal and informal data.
Attends monthly Technology Coaches' support meetings.
Attends Common Core Technology trainings.
Provides professional development and support to site teaching staff on integration of technology.
Trains Student Technology Leaders on the use of 21st Century skills.
Effectively communicates with administrators, colleagues and parents in oral and written forms.
Member of the Professional Development Team.
Key Achievements: Coordinates with principal in planning, and facilitating professional development activities to address school improvement.
Provides professional development and coaching in Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts, Math, English Language Development and Depth of Knowledge.
Provides professional development and coaching to site teachers on the District implementation of Rigorous Curriculum Design and unit planning.
Trains Student Technology Leaders on technology integration using Web 2.0 and 21st Century skills.
Compiled a quick use guide of Web 2.0 Sites for teachers and Student Technology Leaders.
Serve on the District's Report Card revision committee.
January 2013 to Current
Serves as teacher representative for determining the focus of the school's academic instructional program and all related categorical resources.
Analyze and evaluate the academic achievement of students.
Obtains recommendations from school site advisory, standing, and special committees regarding the focus of the school's Single Plan for Student Achievement.
Develop and approve the school plan and proposed expenditures in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations.
Provides ongoing monitoring of the implementation of the plan and budgets/expenditures.
Revises the school plan including expenditures, timelines, and evaluation criteria, as needed.
Participates in local, state, and federal reviews of the school's program for compliance and quality.
Conducts annual evaluation of the effectiveness of the school's progress toward meeting school goals to raise student achievement for all students.
Encourages broad representation of parents, community members, and teachers, including all socioeconomic, ethnic, and programmatic groups represented in the school in leadership roles and in the activities of the school-site council.
Key Achievements: Chairperson of School Site Council.
Demonstrated good problem solving skills by resolving major fiscal discrepancy.
Focused on improving student achievement for all students through the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA).
Maintained a high degree of collaboration.
Allowed for all members and the public to freely express their opinions and points of view.
Recognized and respected the individuality and creativity of each member of the team.
Communicated with the larger school community about the Council's progress.
San Bernardino City Unified School DistrictJanuary 2010 to January 2013Intervention Support Teacher San Bernardino, California
Worked in collaboration with principal and staff to problem solve and identify novel, practical, and effective differentiation strategies to meet student learning needs.
Analyzed student and district data as they related to the response to intervention.
Collaborated with colleagues to develop instructional techniques for at-risk and English Language Learners.
Assisted in coordinating and facilitating the implementation of a comprehensive Student Success Team process and reported regularly to the principal.
Coordinated differentiated instruction with teaching staff on different levels of intervention to assist in closing the achievement gap by linking assessment with instruction.
Provided professional development and leadership in the areas of data collection, response to intervention, and the implementation of accommodations, modifications and interventions that enable students to be successful in content standards.
Instructed at-risk and English Language Learners student population in Scholastic Read 180, System 44, SIPPS intervention program and Scholastic SPRINT Reading.
Conducted or participated in parent conferences, telephone conferences and other forms of professional communication.
Key Achievements: Managed daily operations of the Learning Center.
Assessed students in grades 1-5 for intensive remediation and intervention using District provided assessments and students data.
Effectively progress monitored 150 students in grades 1-5.
Active participating member Response to Intervention (RTI), Language Appraisal, Student Success and Instructional Educations Plan Teams.
Produced significant results in closing achievement gap of at-risk and English Language Learners.
Prepared intervention schedules for Long-term substitute and Bilingual Instructional Aide.
Trained Long-term Substitute and Bilingual Aide on effective intervention strategies.
Implemented, coached and trained teachers and support staff in the use of intervention strategies.
Site Coordinator for STAR testing, Renaissance Learning and Illuminate Data Management System.
Site Coordinator for Scholastic Management System (SAM).
San Bernardino City Unified School DistrictJanuary 1997 to January 2010Classroom Teacher/Mentor San Bernardino, California
Followed professional practices consistent with the California Standards for the Teaching Profession.
Adhered to school and District policies in working with students, students' records, parents, and colleagues.
Demonstrated communication and interpersonal skills as they relate to interaction with students, parents, other teachers, administrators, and other school personnel.
Was available to students and parents for conferences according to District policies.
Facilitated home-school communication by such means as holding conferences, telephoning, and sending written communications.
Maintained the confidentiality of students and students' records.
Worked cooperatively with school administrators, special support personnel, colleagues, and parents.
Complied with rules, regulations, and policies of governing agencies and supervisory personnel.
Complied with state administrative regulations and Board of Education policies.
Adhered to school and District's procedures and rules.
Enforced regulations school and District policy with respect to student conduct and discipline.
Provided adequate information, plans, and materials for substitute teacher.
Attended and participated in staff meetings and other assigned meetings and activities according to school policy.
Demonstrated accurate and up-to-date knowledge of content.
Implemented designated curriculum.
Maintained lesson plans as required by school policy.
Participated in professional development opportunities and applied the concepts to classroom and school activities.
Acted in a professional manner and assumed responsibility for the total school program, its safety and good order.
Assumed a role in meeting the school's student achievement goals, including academic gains of students assigned through formal and informal assessments.
Key Achievements: Awarded San Bernardino City Unified School District's Crystal Apple Award for Outstanding Teaching and community involvement.
Runner-up of San Bernardino Rotary Club's Dunn Webb Award.
Recipient of the Arrowhead Reading Council's Award for Outstanding Literacy Assisted and filled in for principal as administrative designee.
Provided student discipline as administrative designee in the absence of principal.
Instrumental in implementing Professional Learning Community.
Mentored newly hired and student teachers using effective action planning.
Coached and trained site teachers as mentor.
Modeled effective instructional practices as lead teacher.
Member of Leadership and Professional Development Team.
Created individualized action plans for students' academic growth.
Prepared rigorous lesson plans based upon analyzed student data and action planning.
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY NORTHRIDGEMaster of Art Educational Leadership and Policy
California State Certificate of Eligibility for Administrative ServicesNorthridge, California
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY SAN BERNARDINOBachelor of Art: Psychology and Human DevelopmentSan Bernardino, CaliforniaPsychology and Human Development
California State Multiple Subject Teaching Credential - CLAD
Guided Language Acquisition Development Common Core Professional Development Series for Site Trainers Common Core Technology training for Site Coaches - on going Common Core Technology Integration for Site Administrators and Trainers Depth of Knowledge and Performance Task for Site Trainers California Technology Assistance Project for Common Core Technology Integration (CTAP) Categorical Program Training for Site Administrators and Council members Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) Equity and Diversity Type text].
Master of Art Educational Leadership and Policy
California State Certificate of Eligibility for Administrative Services Bachelor of Art : Psychology and Human Development California State Multiple Subject Teaching Credential - CLAD
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