Compassionate Special Education Teacher specializing in designing and using precision teaching and behavior management systems for social and academic growth. Desires a position in a secondary school as an Exceptional Children's Facilitator.
Case manager to special education students identified as disabled in accordance with state and federal regulations. Develops and implements the Individual Education Program in classroom settings that are compatible with the student's age and developmental level. Primary responsibilities include but not limited to, developing lesson plans, adapting materials and designing activities to assist Exceptional Children (EC) students to develop appropriate academic, behavioral, and social skills while addressing individual education plans (IEP) goals. Conducted small group and individual classroom activities with students based on differentiated learning needs. I administered the Woodcock Johnson III, End of Grade Test and Extend 2 End of Grade standardized tests.
As the self-contained teacher, the primary responsibility is in compliance with state and federal guidelines of the student with a behavior disability. This includes organizing and keeping the confidential folder in order, ensuring the IEP is kept current; and ensuring the reevaluations are kept current. Collaboration with regular education teachers about student behavior goals and modifications.
Teach students about the fundamentals of family living. Provide and incorporate the use of accurate assessments of student's learning abilities while designing and implementing standards-based instruction. Devise and implement lesson plans, employing diverse teaching strategies to effectively address each student's unique learning style and ability. Reinforce and manage classroom instruction through a use of diverse motivational activities.
Reports directly to the company commander while enforcing technical duties and mission of the unit as directed. Draft operation orders and develop training plans for subordinates. Conducted effective counseling, mentoring and military education. Responsible for collective and individual training. Created a Platoon Mission Essential Task Listing and trained Squad Leaders on collective tasks. Ensure that evaluations, awards, and counseling are done timely and to standard. Maintain a high operational readiness rate with all platoon equipment by conducting Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS).
Commands, directs, and/or exercises staff supervision of units engaged in the production, acquisition, receipt, storage and preservation, issue, and distribution of equipment, repair parts, subsistence and general supplies. Enforced command directive while planning and/or exercises staff responsibility for units engaged in the collection, reclamation and final disposition of parcels received on base. Plan and executed a retirement dinner for a Battalion Command Sergeant Major.
Led a direct support maintenance company, assigned to provide direct support maintenance ans Class IX support to cover over 25 non-divisional units assigned to, or passing through, Multi-National Force Iraq (West). Responsible for leadership, training, maintenance, safety, morale, and administration to over 200 Soldiers and equipment valued at over $10 million.
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