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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary

Talented Curriculum Coordinator effective at determining course plans, selecting curriculum and managing program implementation. Highly organized and thorough with a flexible mentality. Offering sixteen years' experience in the field.

Education
Expected in 2019 Principal Licensure And Masters of Education | Regis University, Denver, CO GPA:
Expected in 2005 Masters of Education | University of Phoenix, Lone Tree, CO GPA:
Expected in 2000 Bachelor of Science | Psychology Metropolitan State College of Denver, Denver, CO, GPA:
Professional Qualifications
  • Elementary education
  • Data-Driven Instruction
  • Equitable Instructional Practices
  • Planning and Coordination
  • Leadership
  • Social Emotional Learning
  • Excellent work ethic
  • Cultural awareness
  • Verbal and written communication
  • Adult Learning and facilitation
Professional Education Experience
02/2015 to Current Literacy Instructional Coordinator Boys Town | Portsmouth, RI,
  • Responsible for collaborating with district stakeholders to support successful implementation of the APS Instructional Infrastructure, supporting implementation of curriculum components, assessment strategies, data systems and structures, and collaboration structures connected to literacy instruction in Aurora Public Schools.
  • Designed and implemented district-wide Data-Driven Instruction professional learning days for 900 elementary teachers and coaches.
  • Trainer for Neurosequential Model in Education (NME) to support strong social emotional development in classrooms.
  • Co-developed and implemented district-wide Digital Education Strategy (DES) to ensure students receive culturally responsive and relevant instruction whether in fully virtual, in-person, or hybrid learning environments.
  • Demonstrate clear understandings of and communicating alignment between district/school standards, curricula, assessments and instructional implementation in classrooms to promote equitable instruction for all students.
  • Actively work with school leadership teams to improve teaching and learning by connecting school with content experts, participating in learning walks, observing/supporting professional learning and instruction and providing critical feedback with clear, measurable targets toward progress.
  • Plan and develop professional learning experiences for district and school-based instructional coaches, school leaders, and learning community directors, ensuring that professional learning offerings for teachers at school and district levels are differentiated based on experience and professional strengths and needs of teachers and students.
  • Supporting implementation of school-wide and district-wide strategies, such as learning targets; data-driven teaching and learning cycles; learning walks and instructional rounds.
  • Engage in partnership with Instructional Coaches, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (CLDE), Exceptional Student Services consultants, Educational Technology coaches and all other instructional support personnel to help ensure that supports for teachers are aligned and coherent from teacher and leader perspectives.
  • Literacy and ELA job-embedded coaching with teachers in grades K-5 with best practice focus, using Reflective Cycles to support continuous growth for students and teachers.
  • Researched and incorporated current trends and data into standard curriculum for English Language Arts instruction.
  • Effectively implemented best training practices and adult learning principles in planning and creation of instructional materials.
07/2014 to 02/2015 Teaching Partner Virginia Court Elementary | City, STATE,
  • Met diverse student population needs by planning and implementing lessons with wide variety of culturally responsive and relevant teaching strategies.
  • Coached teachers to improve practices through professional development and modeling instructional strategies.
  • Developed staff members' attitudes, skills, and content knowledge and pedagogy through various professional development targeted topics.
  • Modeled ELA lessons as part of coaching cycles for daily or weekly instruction.
  • Built and maintained positive relationships with students, parents, colleagues and administrators.
  • Planned and implemented lessons utilizing variety of teaching strategies to meet diverse student needs.
  • Analyzed student data, diagnosed instructional needs and identified research-based instructional strategies.
  • Provided one-on-one instruction for students having difficulties or falling behind.
  • Reviewed formative and summative data and information from diagnostic tests to accurately assess students.
  • Worked closely with school administration to maintain optimum levels of communication to effectively and efficiently complete projects.
  • Facilitate learning and use of research-based formative and summative assessments to measure student growth towards Colorado Academic Standards.
  • Participate in and facilitate grade level and whole staff professional dialogues which include Collaborative Coaching and Learning, Professional Learning Communities, and Response to Intervention Task Force sessions.
07/2005 to 07/2014 ELA Teacher Leader, Instructional Coach, Teacher Vaughn Elementary, Aurora Public Schools | City, STATE,
  • School wide planning, support, and coordination for English Language Development blocks.
  • Coaching, modeling, co-planning and co-teaching support with teachers to provide effective, high level instruction to multilingual learners in all content areas.
  • Completed Elementary Constructing Meaning coursework.
  • Implemented strategies learned from district level professional learning to grow teacher understandings through coaching cycles.
  • Use of WIDA standards, Can-Do Descriptors, and Speaking and Writing rubrics during all applicable professional learning and coaching opportunities across contents.
  • School-wide coordination and administration of yearly ACCESS assessments.
  • Engage in coaching alongside district ELA consultants to continue learning around best practice and effective strategies for multilingual learners.
  • Built and maintained positive relationships with students, parents, colleagues and administrators.
  • Planned and implemented lessons utilizing variety of teaching strategies to meet diverse student needs.
  • Analyzed student data, diagnosed instructional needs and identified research-based instructional strategies.
Educational Philosophy

Building and nurturing strong, positive relationships with students, teachers, parents, and the community is an essential factor in student and school success. Educators must strive to meet the needs of all students by implementing a culturally responsive pedagogy by ensuring the classroom environment focuses on fostering student agency and voice in their learning experiences. In order to close the opportunity gap and disrupt the inequities that exist systemically, all educators must engage in ongoing professional learning about how to design engaging and rigorous grade-level learning opportunities for students. It is essential that all educators continuously reflect on their own bias and cultural competencies in order to refine their practices to serve a diverse population of students.

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School Attended
  • Regis University
  • University of Phoenix
  • Metropolitan State College of Denver
Job Titles Held:
  • Literacy Instructional Coordinator
  • Teaching Partner
  • ELA Teacher Leader, Instructional Coach, Teacher
Degrees
  • Principal Licensure And Masters of Education
  • Masters of Education
  • Bachelor of Science

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