(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Professional Summary
Seasoned [Job Title] with [number] years as an accomplished educator who cares deeply about student success. Creative lesson planner who excels at motivating and inspiring students.
  • Motivated to help others
  • Flexible and adaptable
  • MS Office proficient
  • Child development specialist
  • Talented Teacher’s Aide
  • Emotionally supportive
  • Self-sufficient and confident
  • Positive and optimistic
  • People-oriented
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Basic clerical knowledge
  • Adept at working with special needs children
  • Storytelling
  • Special education
  • Organized
  • Training in food handling preparation
  • [Number] years as a Teacher’s Aide
  • Fluent in [Language] and [Language]
  • Excellent time management
  • Critical thinker
  • Quality-focused
  • Leadership abilities
  • Self-starter
  • Honest employee
  • Excellent research skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to provide [type] of support.
Azusa Pacific University Azusa, CA Expected in Current Bachelor of Arts : - GPA :
    Human Development
Cerritos Community College , Expected in 2008 Associate of Arts degree : General studies - GPA : General studies
Paramount High School , Expected in 2001 High school diploma : General studies - GPA : General studies
Work History
Davis Joint Unified School District - PARAEDUCATOR-SPECIAL EDUCATION
Davis, CA, 2005 - Current
  • Help supervise students and maintain a safe and secure       environment. 
  • Translated for Spanish-speaking students and parents
  • Facilitate the academics, behavior, and social growth of all students in the classroom.                             
  • Provid support, suggestions, and feedback to the teacher regarding strategies that have been implemented. 
  • Monitored and assisted students while doing class                 work and class activities.  
  • Help with CAHSEE testing. 
  • Support the classroom  teacher.
  • Become familiar with student’s IEP goals and objectives.
  • Became familiar with adaptive equipment used by students.
  • Kept anecdotal records and data on student’s progress.
  • Facilitate opportunities for building.
  • Model respect.
  • Interact with all students on a daily basis
  • Make copies
  • Work with SDC students (Special Day Class).
  • Work with RSP students (Resource Specialist Program).
  • Attended 2 staff meetings each month  WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges).
  • Encouraged students to persevere with challenging tasks.
  • Help adapt teaching methods and materials to meet students' varying needs.
  • Help select textbooks, equipment and other instructional materials.
  • Acted as a positive role model for students and colleagues.
  • Graded tests in order to evaluate students' progress.
  • Maintained accurate and complete student attendance records.
  • Graded student work and kept careful records of grades.
  • Proofread and evaluated students' writing and gave feedback.
  • Helped identify students weakness to tailor lessons accordingly.
  • Helped create dynamic lessons with an emphasis on improving students’ written and verbal communication skills.
  • Helped Identified students areas of weakness. 
  • Chaperoned sporting events (football games).
  • Help created an interactive classroom atmosphere to maintain student interest and facilitate learning.
  • Communicated with peers, colleagues, and administrators to meet and exceed classroom goals. 
  • Helped students utiliz problem solving methodology and techniques during tests.
City Of San Ramon - ECE/Pre-school Instructional Assistant
San Ramon, CA, 2005 - Current
  • Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Assisted the lead teacher with snack time, arts and crafts and putting the children down for naps.
  • Kept classrooms clean by sterilizing and disinfecting children's toys and surfaces.
  • Supported [number] classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a group of [number] preschoolers.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • Administered medication and minor first aid to sick and injured students.
  • Communicated regularly with parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Offered parents detailed daily reports that outlined their child’s day.
  • Maintained daily records of children’s individual activities, behaviors, meals and naps.
  • Identified early warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.
  • Maintained a child-friendly environment by allowing frequent access to outdoor activities.
  • Addressed behavioral and learning issues with parents and daycare management staff.
  • Engaged with children individually to meet their emotional and physical needs.
  • Sparked imagination by helping children discover new things each day.
  • Encouraged good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles.
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Meticulously sanitized toys and play equipment.
  • Encouraged children to be understanding of and patient with others.
  • Made nutritious breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks for the children.
  • Allowed for ample outdoor recreation time.
  • Maintained a child-friendly environment with access to outdoor activities.
  • Monitored each student’s educational progress with individualized charts and files.
  • Engaged with children on an individual basis in a pleasant manner.
  • Administered medications and kept appropriate records.
  • Worked with interdisciplinary team members to evaluate children's progress and recommend appropriate learning plans.
  • Addressed behavioral and learning issues with parents and daycare management.
  • Supervised a group of [number] student teachers throughout the semester.
  • Fostered reasoning and problem solving through active exploration games and activities.
  • Monitored students' educational progress with individual charts and files.
  • Taught an average of [number] children per school year.
  • Identified signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and reported to parents.
  • Assisted and supervised [number] children through the entire school day.
  • Gave one-on-one attention to children while maintaining overall focus on the entire group.
  • Established daily routines that were easy for the children to follow.
  • Used classroom observations to create written assessments of student performance.
  • Supervised students and enforced discipline during all Head Start activities.

  • Nurtured a supportive learning environment that was often used as a model for other classrooms.
  • Maintained head count and attendance sheets.
  • Reported on student progress, behavior and social skills to parents.
  • Prepared instruction materials, including making copies, constructing bulletin boards and setting up work areas.
  • Identified warning signs of emotional or developmental problems and reported to parents.
  • Supported [Number] classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally-appropriate curriculum for a group of [Number] students.
  • Assisted in preparing reports and paperwork for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Led reading and arts and crafts lessons.
  • Taught an average of [Number] students per class.
  • Assisted the classroom teacher in supervising snack time and indoor and outdoor play.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.
  • Planned and led activities to develop students’ physical, emotional and social growth.
Harbor Regional Center - Behavior Tutor
, STATE, 02/2007 - 02/2008
  • In home tutor/ Behavior support.
  • I Worked closely with parents and family members to provide help and support at home for my client.
  • Help families to play an active role as co-teachers.
  • I assisted in completing necessary reports and records as well as daily activities.
  • Ensured to document daily progress.
  • Designed and implanted management and behavioral interventions.
  • Supported and assisted in implementation of behavior plans.
  • Included child in community activities. 
  • Encouraged students to persevere with challenging tasks.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.
  • Adapted teaching methods and materials to meet students' varying needs.
  • Employed a broad range of instructional techniques to retain student interest and maximize learning.
  • Communicated with peers, colleagues, administrators and parents to meet and exceed teaching goals.
City Of Norwalk - Recreation Leader II
City, STATE, 05/2014 - 08/2014
Recreation Leaders II supervise, plan, organize, and conduct a variety of recreation activities such as arts and crafts, games, and sport activities for youths and adults at schools, neighborhood parks, and community centers. Some Recreation Leaders II transport program participants in a City van.Multiple assignments will be filled at recreation facilities throughout the City. Assignments may be temporary or on-going, and may or may not have benefits, depending on the assignment. Work schedules vary depending on the needs of the park, school, or community center, and typically require some evenings, weekends, and holidays.  Plan, organize, and conduct various recreation programs and activities.• Work cooperatively with groups of all age levels and socio-economic backgrounds and other City employees. • Develop skills to maintain and solve complaints, disciplinary problems, and violations of park rules. • Effectively communicate in a positive manner with all age groups, City staff, and the general public. • Observe park patron behavior in all areas of the park.• Observe and functionally supervise City park personnel.• Produce quality written or typed documents.• Operate a variety of standard office equipment including a personal computer and related software, telephone, copier, and fax machine.• Understand and follow oral and written instruction.• Assume a leadership role if required. • Plans, organizes, and conducts: special events, games, sport activities, and arts and crafts for children of all ages and adults at a recreation facility, Neighborhood Park, or school facility.• Communicates effectively in person and on the telephone with park patrons or program participants. Performs on-site participant registration for recreational activities.• Oversees nightly/daily room set-up/usage by reservation groups.• Maintains discipline, order, and crowd control at activity site.• Prepares and distributes flyers, posters, and other advertisement for area programs.• Functionally supervises and observes one or more staff members (volunteers, paid staff, community service workers) in all park areas and facilities. • Responsible for observation of park patrons and program participants.• Some positions serve as office manager for community center to answer phones, write reservations, and verbally respond to citizens/park patrons on the phone or in person. • Follows the City’s cash handling policies and procedures.• Transports recreation program participants in a City vehicle.• Participates in planning, conducting, and evaluating: events, projects, and programs.• Assists Coordinators and Maintenance staff with event, project, and program set up, tear down, and clean up, as needed.• Provides learning opportunities so that the Recreation Leader I’s and volunteers can further develop their skills.• Integrates safety into all aspects of recreation, planning, and programming.• Maintains safety and security of facility.• Responsible for equipment at facility and ensures proper storage and inventory are completed daily.• Assists maintenance staff with trash pick up, field marking, and goal set-up as needed.• Uses personal computer to prepare quality written documents including: accident and incident reports, event flyers, e-mails, and electronic timesheet.• Performs cashier duties including greeting customers, answering the phone, handling customer inquiries, accepting payment of fees, handling cash according to City policy and procedures, issuing passes, and completing all necessary reporting and record keeping documentation.• Depending on assignment, may be asked to lead a team or project. In this role, may be asked to coordinate daily activities of subordinate staff. • May be asked to provide input into the employee evaluation process.• May be expected to ‘stand in’ in the absence of management.• Performs other duties as assigned.
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School Attended

  • Azusa Pacific University
  • Cerritos Community College
  • Paramount High School

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  • ECE/Pre-school Instructional Assistant
  • Behavior Tutor
  • Recreation Leader II


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