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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Successful educator of the Emotionally and Learning Challenged population, consistently meets or exceeds goals through insightful decisions. Versed in case management and parent involvement.

Delivers positive encouragement and concept reinforcement to students. Specialist in Social Studies subjects with focus on continuous professional development and student advancement. Confident teacher skilled in balancing limitations of different diagnoses against long-term educational/ vocational desires.

Skills
  • Microsoft Word
  • Teaching Experience
  • Excel
  • Microsoft Outlook
  • Student records management (Lead IEP Case Manager)
  • Elementary education
  • Middle school education
  • Disability assessment testing
  • Differentiated instruction
  • Trained in CPI
  • Leadership
Work History
Interrelated Special Education Teacher, 08/2013 to 04/2019
Union County Public SchoolsMonroe, NC,
  • Identify the needs of assigned students through formal and informal assessments.
  • Review referral data, history and assessment data to develop appropriate goals and objectives for each student.
  • Confer with general education teachers regarding the educational, social, emotional and physical needs and objectives of each student.
  • Plan, develop and implement individualized learning plans for each student.
  • Design appropriate teaching strategies.
  • Prepare instructional materials and lesson plans according to Individual Educational Plans (IEPs).
  • Review IEPs with parents, school administrators and general education teachers.
  • Utilize appropriate methods of learning delivery and instruction to meet the needs of each student in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE).
  • Monitor, evaluate and document each student's progress utilizing appropriate measurements and assessment devices.
  • Prepare timely progress reports for each student.
  • Develop and implement necessary interventions and strategies to promote achievement of student objectives.
  • Collaborate and consult with general school personnel regarding the implementation of the IEPs and special educational services.
  • Modify and adapt conventional educational programs and curriculum to meet the requirements of special needs students.
  • Maintain regular communication with parents by means of email, phone calls, conferences and progress reports.
  • Assist parents with understanding and supporting educational objectives, learning expectations and behavioral standards.
  • Ensure adherence to reasonable rules of classroom discipline and order to maintain a secure and effective learning environment.
  • Manage student behavior through monitoring, supervising and assessing behavioral patterns.
  • Utilize appropriate corrective methods to modify behavior.
  • Develop and implement Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIPs) where necessary.
  • Instruct students on socially acceptable behaviors and personal development skills.
  • Prepare special needs students for inclusion and transition to mainstream.
  • Maintain accurate and complete records in compliance with school district regulations and legal requirements.
  • Maintain a current knowledge of special education best practices and trends.
Exceptional Children's Teacher, 08/2008 to 05/2011
University Of North Carolina GreensboroFort Collins, CO,
  • Prepared lesson plans and executed different modalities to accelerate individual success.
  • Identified children's collective and individual learning needs to plan, prepare and deliver instruction designed to maximize individual learning and capture interest.
  • Used Clarity software to maintain proper documentation of student files, portfolios and records.
  • Balanced individual and group instruction to accommodate different academic levels and learning styles.
  • Changed diapers and utilized soft spoon technology for feeding
  • Assistive Technology specialist fot Middle School
Special Education Teacher, 08/2001 to 05/2008
Muscogee County School DistrictCity, STATE,
  • Identify the needs of assigned students through formal and informal assessments.
  • Review referral data, history and assessment data to develop appropriate goals and objectives for each student.
  • Confer with general education teachers regarding the educational, social, emotional and physical needs and objectives of each student.
  • Plan, develop and implement individualized learning plans for each student.
  • Design appropriate teaching strategies.
  • Prepare instructional materials and lesson plans according to Individual Educational Plans (IEPs).
  • Review IEPs with parents, school administrators and general education teachers.
  • Utilize appropriate methods of learning delivery and instruction to meet the needs of each student in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE).
  • Monitor, evaluate and document each student's progress utilizing appropriate measurements and assessment devices.
  • Prepare timely progress reports for each student.
  • Develop and implement necessary interventions and strategies to promote achievement of student objectives.
  • Collaborate and consult with general school personnel regarding the implementation of the IEPs and special educational services.
  • Modify and adapt conventional educational programs and curriculum to meet the requirements of special needs students.
  • Maintain regular communication with parents by means of email, phone calls, conferences and progress reports.
  • Assist parents with understanding and supporting educational objectives, learning expectations and behavioral standards.
  • Ensure adherence to reasonable rules of classroom discipline and order to maintain a secure and effective learning environment.
  • Manage student behavior through monitoring, supervising and assessing behavioral patterns.
  • Utilize appropriate corrective methods to modify behavior.
  • Develop and implement Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIPs) where necessary.
  • Instruct students on socially acceptable behaviors and personal development skills.
  • Prepare special needs students for inclusion and transition to mainstream.
  • Maintain accurate and complete records in compliance with school district regulations and legal requirements.
  • Maintain a current knowledge of special education best practices and trends.
Education
Bachelor's: Special Education, Expected in to Columbus State University - Columbus, GA
GPA:
Certifications

T-4 Certificate in Special Education (p4-12) September 2001 to June 2023 Teaching Certification

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School Attended

  • Columbus State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Interrelated Special Education Teacher
  • Exceptional Children's Teacher
  • Special Education Teacher

Degrees

  • Bachelor's

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