Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Experienced Middle School Science and English Teacher who is successful at building positive teacher-parent relationships to support student success. Open and clear communicator and creative problem-solver. Drives student engagement and enhances learning by applying different instructional techniques and activity plans to deliver important content area knowledge. Effectively teaches students strategies for learning and methods for developing advanced understanding of related concepts. Proficient in supporting students with IEP's and conducting standardized testing to assess student success. Highly effective at collaborating with other teachers, coaches, and administrators to develop lesson plans that are aligned with the pacing guide and curriculum guide provided by the city. Helped to organize the ESTAT process to help other teachers with interventions for those students who struggle academically and with behaviors.

  • Science Department Chair
  • Smartboard expertise
  • Response-to-intervention understanding
  • Organizational ability
  • School district guidelines comprehension
  • Certified all core subjects teacher for K-6
  • Behavior management systems
  • Summer school teacher
  • Lesson planning
  • Virginia Education Association
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Time management
  • 8 years of teaching science
  • 5 years of teaching English
  • ESTAT Committee Chair/Coordinator
  • AVID Trained
  • Team Leader
  • PLC Leader
  • Volunteer Cheer Coach
  • Field Hockey Head Coach
Work History
Middle School Teacher, 08/2011 to Current
The Equity Project (Tep) Charter SchoolNew York, NY,
  • Collaborated with specialists to meet needs of special education and honors/gifted students requiring extra support
  • Kept classroom environments consistent and focused on learning by establishing and enforcing clear objectives
  • Utilized multimedia strategies and technology to convey information in fresh and interesting ways to include chromebooks, smartboard, google classroom, etc
  • Administered and graded tests and assignments to evaluate students' progress. Remediate students based on data collected for each SOL and need of the students
  • Assisted 5-7 children per station during small-group learning periods to include guided reading and centers; science stations; and small group instruction
  • Assessed submitted class assignments for conformance with instructions and understanding of material, determined grades and reviewed work with struggling students to boost success chance
  • Provided one-on-one attention to students, while maintaining overall focus on entire group
  • Aligned teaching techniques and devised personalized support strategies to help students with differing ability levels and grasp of materials
  • Arranged materials and instructional plans to implement immersive activities delving into English and Science concepts while aligning all materials with the pacing guide and curriculum framework. Used the curriculum framework to breakdown each SOL and ensure all essential knowledge and skills were covered at the correct level of Bloom's Taxonomy
  • Established positive rapport with all students and parents through home calls, emails and Parent/Teacher/Student conferences
  • Integrated technology into classroom as instructional tool, such as Smartboard
  • Worked with behavioral specialist as the ESTAT coordinator to help the teachers of those students with behavior and academic concerns in the classroom implement interventions on a daily basis to improve student success
  • Other roles taken on: science department chair, team leader, ESTAT coordinator, study hall teacher, and volunteer coach
Traffic Management Specialist, 06/2005 to 08/2009
Snc LavalinPontevedrabeach, FL,
  • Plans and organizes traffic management activities. Receives and packages items for shipment or storage. Prepares budget estimates for materials and equipment. Inspects items for identity, quantity, and condition. Segregates items requiring special handling. Considers cost and special handling requirements when selecting preservation and packing material. Certifies hazardous cargo to be moved by surface and air. Advises on procurement and distribution actions. Ensures convoy, hazardous, or oversized permits are required before movement.
  • Directs traffic management activities. Identifies, marks, and labels cargo and personal property for shipment or storage. Inspects shipments to determine condition. Verifies carrier service. Initiates discrepancy reports. Determines work priority. Monitors preservation, packaging, and handling of cargo and personal property being shipped or stored. Selects and arranges travel routes for individuals and groups. Verifies commercial travel office routing and fares. Resolves administrative and operational problems and authorizes deviation from procedures.
  • Counsels personnel and eligible dependents on passenger and personal property movements. Reviews official travel orders and determines transportation entitlements.
  • Uses carrier tariffs and rates to determine mode and cost of commercial transportation to move personal property. Arranges shipment and storage of personal property. Makes cost comparisons between various modes of transportation, and between government and commercial storage facilities. Validates need for and use of temporary storage. Monitors equipment availability, service to required destinations under current operating rights, shipping status, condition of household goods packing, and local drayage contracts.
  • Classifies and arranges cargo for movement. Determines and schedules proper carrier equipment for loading and unloading. Converts military nomenclature to commercial freight classification. Determines weight of commodities to be shipped. Consolidates and routes shipments. Develops and maintains data reference files. Determines cargo priority, and schedules movement accordingly. Coordinates pickup and delivery of cargo shipments. Coordinates with base activities to control flow of inbound and outbound cargo.
  • Provides transportation data and support to contracting.
  • Maintains and issues transportation documents. Prepares passenger related travel documents. Processes pay adjustment vouchers for cost charge travel, and issues service and purchase orders. Computes and documents excess transportation costs. Prepares re-weighs and loss and damage reports. Compiles data for comparison with other shipment modes. Prepares personal property shipment applications. Establishes and maintains personal property case files, rate printouts, basic agreements, carrier tenders of service, accountable document registers, and military or carrier tariffs for household goods movements.
  • Processes contractor invoices and verifies services performed. Prepares shipment discrepancy reports. Converts commercial documents to government bills of lading. Issues diversion and reconsignment certificates.
  • Operates and maintains material handling equipment, such as forklifts and pallet and hand-trucks. Operates equipment including machines that weigh, band, staple, tape, and seal. Operates woodworking equipment. Operates automated data processing equipment to prepare, transmit, and receive transportation transaction data.

Specialty Qualification Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: federal and military transportation regulations, instructions, and directives; passenger and personal property entitlements; quality assurance evaluation procedures, United States and foreign customs regulations, and warehousing procedures; military passenger, freight, and personal property rate computations; packaging methods, specifications, and orders; hazardous cargo requirements; blocking, bracing, and tiedown principles; and carrier capabilities and procedures for movement of passengers, cargo, and personal property in military and commercial air, rail, truck, and water systems.

Traffic Management Specialist, 05/2000 to 05/2005
Snc LavalinPortland, OR,

Same as Traffic Management Specialist in Abilene, TX.

Master of Arts: Curriculum And Instruction , Expected in 2012
Fort Hays State University - Hays, KS

With a concentration in Reading Specialist.

K-6 Teaching Certification: K-6 Teaching Certification, Expected in 2009
McMurry University - Abilene, TX
Bachelor of Arts: Early Childhood Education, Expected in 2008
Fort Hays State University - Hays, KS
High School Diploma: , Expected in 1998
Great Bridge High School - Chesapeake, VA

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