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Jessica
Claire
resumesample@example.com
(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Summary

Kindhearted [Job Title] with [Number] years of educational experience. Expert in closely monitoring student safety while providing fun, academic and inclusive environments. Dedicated to effective budgeting and scheduling with extensive training in promoting developmental milestones.

Skills
  • Schedule creation and maintenance
  • Effective listening
  • CPR/First-aid certified
  • Social skills development
  • Excellent classroom management
  • Calm and patient
  • Effectively work with parents
  • Bilingual in [spanish]
  • Team building
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Communications
Education and Training
Lexington Community College Lexington, KY Expected in : Early Childhood Education - GPA :
Montessori Training , Expected in : - GPA :
Experience
Ymca Twin Cities - Preschool Assistant Teacher
Woodbury, MN, 01/2020 - 07/2020
  • Prepared classroom for naptime by [Action].
  • Arranged classroom furniture and learning materials to keep areas neat.
  • Assisted with or led story time by reading books to children.
  • Created and assembled classroom displays and decorations.
  • Planned class activities, including [Type].
  • Made and distributed nutritious snacks by preparing and dividing into portions.
  • Instructed and assisted students during craft activities.
  • Maintained and cleaned nap mats by making minor repairs and wiping down.
  • Monitored students to observe behavior, enforce rules and maintain safety.
  • Prepared instructional materials such as [Type] and [Type].
  • Supported lead teacher with daily classroom activities.
  • Maintained hygiene of students by changing diapers and [Action].
  • Set up for special events, including parties and parent meetings.
  • Attended field trips to sites such as [Type] to accompany and supervise children.
  • Supervised students outside classroom during recess, lunch and breaks.
  • Evaluated student's progress and documented in reports.
  • Organized student items by labeling and documenting collection.
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum addressing all learning styles.
  • Maintained daily records of individual activities, behaviors, meals and naps.
  • Taught children foundational skills such as colors, shapes and letters.
  • Distributed quarterly progress assessments and milestone reports to each parent.
  • Collaborated with parents to develop and maintain strong support networks and build rapport to foster seamless communication.
  • Enhanced sensory abilities by giving children access to numerous textures and shapes.
  • Controlled classroom environments with clearly outlined rules and positive reinforcement techniques.
  • Identified children in need of extra support for emotional, health-related or developmental concerns and conceived improvement strategies.
  • Established indoor and outdoor safe play environments for toddler-age children.
  • Organized and led activities to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Enforced behavior expectations at all times.
  • Maintained child-friendly environment with access to outdoor activities.
  • Developed professional relationships with parents, teachers, directors and therapists.
  • Incorporated music, art and theater into lesson planning.
  • Worked closely with site director, family care workers, classroom teaching team and other specialists.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using positive reinforcement methods with children.
  • Identified early signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.
  • Observed children, using Anecdotal method to record development, interests and skills.
  • Led support groups to help parents regain and improve parent-child bond.
  • Encouraged teaching staff to continually improve strategies and maximize student learning.
  • Implemented hands-on, play-based strategies such as games and crafts for experiential learning.
  • Set guidelines for teacher performance and lesson planning and oversaw compliance with established procedures.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using positive reinforcement methods.
  • Collaborated with colleagues on developing new classroom projects and monthly themes.
Little Sprouts - Kayfiel Acadamy
Burlington, VT, 08/2014 - 12/2019
Catholic Charities, Archdiocese Of Hartford - Toddler Teacher
Meriden, CT, 08/2010 - 05/2013
  • Collaborated with parents to develop and maintain strong support networks and build rapport to foster seamless communication.
  • Taught children foundational skills such as colors, shapes and letters.
  • Implemented hands-on, play-based strategies such as games and crafts for experiential learning.
  • Identified children in need of extra support for emotional, health-related or developmental concerns and conceived improvement strategies.
  • Established indoor and outdoor safe play environments for toddler-age children.
  • Enhanced sensory abilities by giving children access to numerous textures and shapes.
  • Controlled classroom environments with clearly outlined rules and positive reinforcement techniques.
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum addressing all learning styles.
  • Maintained daily records of individual activities, behaviors, meals and naps.
  • Employed variety of materials for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Encouraged children to be understanding and patient with others.
  • Maintained daily records of activities, behaviors, meals and naps.
  • Participated in home visits, parent meetings and developmental screenings.
  • Communicated in English and [Language] with parents and other caregivers about child's progress and behavioral concerns.
  • Offered detailed daily reports that outlined each child's activities.
  • Led reading classes for preschool-aged children to build foundational knowledge.
  • Escorted children on outings and trips to local parks and zoos.
  • Recognized early signs of emotional or developmental problems in children.
  • Familiarized parents with center's policies, regulations, fees and curriculum.
  • Mailed parents quarterly educational assessments to show progression.
  • Completed daily paperwork for agencies such as Child Protection Services and Resource and Referral Centers.
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Controlled administrative, operational, financial and logistical areas of facility.
Providence Montessori School - Assistant Teacher
City, STATE, 12/2004 - 08/2011
  • Conducted special assessments and tutoring sessions to support individual student needs.
  • Prepared lesson materials and visual aids to reinforce lesson concepts.
  • Tutored and supported students individually and in groups of up to [Number] by reteaching and reviewing lesson concepts and [Action].
  • Cleaned and organized classrooms, materials and supplies to support maximum efficiency.
  • Assisted teachers with instruction and provided clerical support for diverse needs.
  • Prepared bulletin boards, classroom materials and individual student portfolios to support teacher plans.
  • Modeled and taught basic and advanced social skills, conflict management techniques and study approaches to students.
  • Distributed classroom materials and supplies such as pencils, paper and art materials.
  • Collaborated with other teachers and staff members to provide best-in-class educational opportunities for over [Number] students.
  • Selected and implemented interesting and interactive learning media to increase student understanding of course materials.
  • Identified and documented learning achievements by reporting outcomes, performance information and program adjustments used to boost comprehension.
  • Conquered challenges of working with highly diverse student population to attain exceptional student achievement.
  • Maintained quiet, safe classroom to enable students to learn in conducive environment.
  • Designed compelling lesson plans focused on literature and writing learning goals for [Type] level classes.
  • Observed children and recorded activities, maintained daily records and created safe environments during activities, meals and naps.
  • Instructed students in complex concepts by using easy-to-understand terms and repetitive [Type] exercises.
  • Observed fellow educators in classroom to learn new teaching techniques.

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • Lexington Community College
  • Montessori Training
Job Titles Held:
  • Preschool Assistant Teacher
  • Kayfiel Acadamy
  • Toddler Teacher
  • Assistant Teacher
Degrees
  • Some College (No Degree)

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