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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Dedicated to supporting emotional, social and academic development of young children. Trained in the state's licensing policies and in the developmental stages and knowledgeable about offering safe, nurturing environments to boost learning. Desire to complement education-based strategies with techniques to promote overall health and wellness.

Skills
  • State Licensing Policies
  • Team Player
  • Training co-workers
  • Efficient under pressure
  • Energetic caregiver
  • Time management
  • Parent Communication
  • Emotionally supportive
  • Tact and sensitivity
  • Loves children
  • Storytelling and crafts
  • Interactive lesson plans
  • Friendly and likeable
  • Arts, crafts and games
  • Play skills readiness
  • Student-Centered Learning
  • Positive Reinforcement
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Age-Appropriate Lesson Planning
  • Continuing Education
  • Child development
  • Student records management
  • Classroom management
  • Student engagement
  • Blackboard software
Work History
Infant/Toddler Lead Teacher, 01/2012 to Current
North Country Academy Wayne, NJ,
  • Applied play-based strategies, including crafts and games, to provide diverse approaches to learning.
  • Promoted physical, academic and social development by implementing diverse classroom and outside activities.
  • Observed children to identify individuals in need of additional support and developed strategies to improve assistance.
  • Instructed children in health and personal habits, such as eating, resting and toileting.
  • Developed age-appropriate activities and programs for children six weeks to three years old.
  • Engaged with children on individual basis to build positive relationships and promote learning.
  • Communicated with parents through newsletters, and direct personal communication.
  • Consulted with parents to build and maintain positive support networks and support continuing education strategies.
  • Promoted sensory development by providing access to different textures.
  • Maintained well-controlled classrooms by clearly outlining standards and reinforcing positive behaviors.
  • Sanitized toys and play equipment each day to maintain safety and cleanliness.
  • Monitored students' academic, social and emotional progress and recorded in individual files.
  • Assessed babies and toddlers against established early childhood developmental milestones, preparing regular progress reports for each child.
  • Allowed for ample outdoor recreation time to support physical development.
  • Implemented curriculum to enhance classes with learning-focused activities.
  • Increased student satisfaction by frequently communicating with students about needs and adapting lessons to interests and classroom progress.
  • Enhanced 2-3 year-old students understanding of rules, safety and behavioral guidelines and disciplinary protocols by redesigning and simplifying them.
  • Developed age-appropriate activities and programs for babies and toddlers 6weeks to 3 years old.
Fifth and Sixth Grade Teacher, 08/2010 to 06/2011
St. Bartholomew Academy City, STATE,
  • Provided one-on-one attention to students, while maintaining overall focus on entire group.
  • Increased parent satisfaction through well-organized family conferences focused on improving academics and parent-child bonding skills.
  • Integrated technology into classroom as instructional tool, such as Smartboard.
  • Planned and supervised class projects, field trips and visits by guest speakers.
  • Administered and graded tests and assignments to evaluate students' progress.
  • Instructed more than 20 middle school students through lectures, discussions, group activities and demonstrations.
  • Established positive rapport with all students and parents through home calls, and emails.
  • Prepared instruction materials including copying, construction of bulletin boards, grading work and setting up work areas.
  • Assisted 4-5 children per station during small-group learning periods.
  • Resolved conflicts and negotiated mutually beneficial agreements between parties.
  • Actively listened to parents, handled concerns quickly and escalated major issues to principal.
  • Participated in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, engaging in problem-solving activities to support teamwork.
  • Proved successful working within tight deadlines and fast-paced atmosphere.
Sixth Grade Teacher, 08/2000 to 06/2010
St. Richard School City, STATE,
  • Assisted students in developing self-assessment skills and personal studying techniques.
  • Communicated realistic and consistent expectations for student behavior and employed fair strategies to resolve problems.
  • Offered extra learning opportunities for students ahead on work to prevent boredom and promote continuous learning.
  • Modeled learning-focused, enthusiastic mindset to students to promote positive view of education and learning.
  • Communicated openly with parents and guardians to keep everyone informed of students' progress and quickly implement improvement plans for struggling pupils.
  • Helped begin process of preparing students for high school-level academics by setting strong standards for rigorous learning.
  • Supported students dealing with emotionally challenging life events and developmental milestones.
  • Customized lesson plans to serve needs of average, advanced and remedial students.
  • Implemented district-mandated curriculum for sixth grade instruction and prepared lesson plans to meet teaching goals.
  • Developed highly interactive and exploration-focused classroom environment for student engagement and academic success.
  • Guided students through transition from elementary environments to middle school with new standards and requirements.
  • Prepared students for yearly assessment tests by covering all required materials.
  • Instructed more than 20 middle school students through lectures, discussions, group activities and demonstrations.
  • Increased parent satisfaction through well-organized family conferences focused on improving academics and parent-child bonding skills.
  • Established positive rapport with all students and parents through home calls, and emails.
  • Planned and supervised class projects, field trips and visits by guest speakers.
  • Assisted 4-5 children per station during small-group learning periods.
  • Prepared instruction materials including copying, construction of bulletin boards, grading work and setting up work areas.
  • Administered and graded tests and assignments to evaluate students' progress.
  • Provided one-on-one attention to students, while maintaining overall focus on entire group.
  • Integrated technology into classroom as instructional tool, such as Smartboard.
Education
Bachelor of Arts: Education, Expected in 05/1996
to
Capital University - Bexley, OH,
GPA:
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/1992
to
Cambridge High School - Cambridge, OH
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • Capital University
  • Cambridge High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Infant/Toddler Lead Teacher
  • Fifth and Sixth Grade Teacher
  • Sixth Grade Teacher
Degrees
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • High School Diploma