Assisted DC Department of the Environment representatives and local teachers to administer Bay Watershed Education and Training (BWET) summer course for 20 children in grades 4 &5. (August 2008 & 2009)
Provided reliable after hours help with the maintenance of Living Classroom's Children's Museums and grounds at Glen Echo Park, and at the Old School House in Potomac MD. (weekends 2009-2012)
Created illustrations for Living Classrooms and for Franklin Montessori (2008-2013)
Compiled a teacher's reference manual of seasonal art activities for Franklin Montessori (2011)
Participated in Center for Inspired Teaching's summer Workshop in the Art of Teaching and attended follow up sessions (2004-2005).
Always a flexible team player; as a saleswoman, a telephone representative, a teacher's aide and a co-teacher, I have learned the value of diplomacy. Relying upon a broad range of instructional techniques to retain student interest and boost individual learning, I have been an attentive advocate for the students, as well as for the persistent embrace of unfamiliar skills.
Benefiting from almost nine years of both formal and informal teaching experience, I prefer the freedom and broader scope of informal education.
Fulfilling multiple roles including keeping track of classroom inventory, creating new art projects, brainstorming after care activities, compilation of information for classroom assessments, managing circle time activities, and impromptu storytelling.
Maintaining animals, prepping and presenting crafts, and leading both small and large group hikes.
Hosting and prepping for nature-themed birthday parties was also a regular requirement.
Maintaining lists of sponsors, collecting donations and disseminating information.
Screening and scheduling doctors, nurses and physician's assistants to participate in various focus groups and discussions. Screening and confirming participants in consumer goods focus groups. Collecting information about new participants.Helping to maintain up to date client lists.
Provided assistance in managing a classroom full of toddlers. Presented weekly lessons and art activities.
Good team player: Our classroom consistently was lauded for being the cleanest, and the most creative. I regularly arrived to work early to better assist my colleagues.
Kept a flexible schedule between two buildings. Assisted the head teachers wherever possible and provided assistance with classroom upkeep.
This job has been an excellent opportunity to learn how to maintain an even, respectful tone of voice under any circumstances. It tests the limits persistence,.
Courses also taken in Writing, French Literature, Invertebrate Biology and Theater Production.
March 1998: Month long training to become a volunteer "animal interpreter" at the Invertebrate exhibit at the National Zoo.
I still volunteer at the Invertebrate exhibit twice a month.
Courses taken in Psychology, the History of Education, Classroom Management, Early Literacy, the Education of Exceptional Children, Classroom Assessment Techniques, and Technology in Education.
Volunteered as a study hall aide with the Higher Achievement Program at Brightwood Elementary School (2009-2010)
Volunteered as a reading, writing and mathematics tutor with the Center for Inspired Teaching (2001-2002)
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