Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary

Self-directed, enthusiastic math educator with a passionate commitment to student development and the learning experience. Skilled in the instructional design of challenging and innovative activities that address students' diverse interests and needs. Possess outstanding communication skills and present information for multiple modalities, emphasizing the relevance of class material, and how it correlates to the world beyond the classroom. Active team member who effectively collaborates with all staff levels establishes quality and enriching relationships with students. Eager to apply analytical and problem-solving skills developed during undergraduate studies to help improve the quality of life of individuals and solve problems in society.

Expected in 2020
Bachelor of Arts: Mathematics
Augsburg University - Minneapolis, MN,
Expected in 2017
Associate of Arts: Liberal Education
Normandale Community College - Bloomington, MN,

Calculus 1, Calculus 2, and Calculus 3

  • Majored in Mathematics
  • Coursework in Physics for Engineering
  • Member of the Academy of Math and Science (AMS)

    Research Experience

    Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program Summer 2019

    Augsburg University - McNair, Minneapolis, MN

    Mentor: Matthew Haines, Ph.D.

    ● Participated in an intensive 10-week McNair summer research project that explored and studied Professor Sugihara’s mathematical approach to design and classification of three-dimensional (3D) optical illusions.

    ● Derived a project which included a brief literature review and synthesis of the concepts required for an initial understanding of how mathematics connects to visual illusion, including organizing material with an eye on content appropriate for an undergraduate upper-level mathematics course.

    Research Presentations

  • “Mathematics Behind Visual Illusion;” 2020 Zyzzogeton Research Symposium, Co-Author (Cancelled due to COVID-19).
  • 2019 National McNair Conference, Oral Presentation; University of California-Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, August 2019.
  • 2019 McNair Scholars Research Oral Presentation; Augsburg University, Minneapolis, MN, July 2019.
Work History
08/2020 to Current
Math Enrichment Tutor Americorps Ogden, UT,
  • Conduct tutoring sessions with pairs of students using prescribed mathematics interventions and strategies provided by Math Corps; achieve high degree of fidelity to scripted interventions.
  • Assist students in improving student math skills and abilities to reach grade-level expectations.
  • Develop and maintain weekly tutoring schedules for groups of 2-3 students to maximizes number of students served and provided 90 -minutes minimum of tutoring for each student per week.
  • Assess, with high levels of accuracy, students' continual progress through progress monitoring and benchmarking.
  • Identify students who qualify to receive Math Corps tutoring services based on Math Corps defined assessment and direction from Internal Coach and Master Coach.
  • Provide complete, accurate, and timely documentation of students' progress scores and interventions using online database; maintain all student data confidentiality.
  • Regularly review student data with Internal Coach and Master Coach to gauge math corps interventions' effectiveness being and determine if change in strategy is necessary.
    Participate in regular coaching sessions (including observation of tutor) to review student progress, plan, Problem-solve, set goals, act on constructive feedback from coaching sessions.
  • Communicate and interact with students in age and developmentally appropriate way.
  • Communicate regularly and effectively with Internal Coach, Master Coach, Math Corps staff, and site personnel.
  • Demonstrate regular, timely attendance and adherence to hours as scheduled.
  • Attend all required Math Corps sponsored training sessions, meetings, and coaching sessions; travel as necessary.
  • Updated required logs and student documentation to keep records accurate and current.
01/2017 to Current
Direct Support Professional The Mentor Network Cokato, MN,
  • Responsible for the daily well-being and safety of four clients
  • Document and create detailed logs in timely and accurate manner
  • Administered medication as directed by physician
12/2018 to 12/2019
Calculus Workshop Assistant Augsburg University City, STATE,
  • Prepared classroom before the workshop started to create a positive learning environment
  • Assisted students with specific questions by breaking down concepts
  • MS Office and Wolfram Mathematica
  • Proficient with implementing computational techniques to analyze data
  • Proficient in using statistical software to visualize relationships in data approach
  • Research
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Bilingual: Speak / Write - English and French
  • Student Progress Reporting
  • Motivational Instruction
  • Middle School Education
  • Advanced mathematical abilities
  • Complex math abilities
  • Tutoring and student assistance
  • Mathematical formula application

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School Attended

  • Augsburg University
  • Normandale Community College

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