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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Dedicated elementary educator, with 22 years of experience developing results-driven curriculum and delivering enthusiastic instruction of math, reading, writing, social studies and science for primary-grade children.

Establish high expectations for students; continuously seek out new ways to improve instruction and link learning with fun; and equip children with the tools, resources, and knowledge to exceed individual goals. Expert interpersonal skills: build a strong bond with students, parents, and colleagues to inspire a shared commitment to quality education. Regarded as a key resource and problem solver by colleagues and school administrators; frequently lead in-service workshops and willingly volunteer for difficult of unpopular tasks. Deeply committed to improving children’s lives and continuously strive to lead by example.

Skills

Educational Skills:

● Elementary Education (All Subjects)

● Innovative Curriculum Development

● Trained in Orton-Gillingham

● Trained in Level Literacy Intervention (LLI)

● Math Interventionist

● Reading Interventionist

● MTSS Committee

● PLC Trained

● PLC Committee

● Curriculum Committee

● Excellent organizational skills

● Classroom Management

● Mentoring & Motivation

● Phonemic Awareness

● PBIS training and leader

● Team leader

● Committee and In-Service Leadership

● Parental Involvement

● Dr. Haggerty Writing

● Guided Reading Groups

● School Improvement Plan Committee

● Common Core Curriculum Writing team.

Work History
Reading and Math Interventionist, 2nd -4th, 08/2021 - Current
Summit School District 104 City, STATE,

· Administered school wide assessment (Benchmark Assessment System) BAS.

· Administered math interventions using Touch Math & Number Worlds for grades 2-4

· Assess student reading levels using Fountas and Pinnell.

· Used Orton-Gillingham approach to achieve dramatic results

· Wrote and delivered customized instruction to individual students

· Developed goals and realistic plans for achieving each target

· Assessed and documented student progress with established goals

· Differentiated instruction to meet the needs of every child.

· Performed assessments and analyzed results to spot students in need or further help

· Administered pre-post assessments in phonological awareness to determine appropriate interventions for students.

· Work cooperatively with classroom teachers to determine how to best support students.

· Used a variety of instructional strategies to provide reading support to students of all ability levels.

· Used a variety of instructional strategies to provide math support to students of all ability levels.

· Provide reading instruction for students in small groups using guided reading strategies.

· Administered math interventions using Touch Math & Number Worlds for grades 2-4

Elementary School Teacher/Reading Specialist , 08/2002 - 06/2011
Capistrano Unified School District City, STATE,
  • Facilitated full-inclusion classrooms to include hearing impaired, autistic, ADHD, dyslexic, learning delays.
  • Established open communication and positive relationships with students, parents, peers and administrative staff.
  • Designed and presented lesson plans in all academic subjects using multi sensory teaching tools to meet educational objectives correlating with state curriculum standards.
  • Provided warm, supportive environment for developing academic, social and emotional growth.
  • Reinforced positive behavior by encouraging efforts through affirmation statements, praising accomplishments, and individualized behavior modification plans for at-risk learners.
  • Prepared and administered grade-specific tests and examinations regulated by school district to monitor students' growth and to report progress to parents.
  • Administered various reading tests and determined student reading levels based on assessment findings.
Long-Term Substitute Kindergarten Teacher, 02/2002 - 06/2002
Aviara Oaks Elementary School-Carlsbad USD City, STATE,
  • Worked cooperatively with other teachers, administrators and parents to help students reach learning objectives.
  • Communicated frequently with parents, students and faculty to provide feedback and discuss instructional strategies.
  • Kept students on-task with proactive behavior modification and positive reinforcement strategies.
  • Incorporated multiple types of teaching strategies into classroom.
  • Planned and implemented integrated lessons to meet national standards.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development using classroom games and activities.
  • Graded and evaluated student assignments, papers and course work.
  • Encouraged creative thinking and motivated students by addressing individual strengths and weaknesses based on standardized testing results.
  • Evaluated and revised lesson plans and course content to achieve student-centered learning.
  • Supervised learning groups of students in classroom stations.
  • Held conferences with parents to address questions, discuss academic progress and encourage learning goals.
  • Created summer binders for every student to continue learning and avoid gap from end of Kindergarten to beginning of First Grade.
Substitute Teacher, K-12, 05/2001 - 02/2002
Carlsbad USD City, STATE,
  • Integrated existing and new technology into classroom to help provide creative and fun learning environment.
  • Repeatedly requested as substitute teacher by teachers based on excellent past referrals and trusted performance.
  • Diversified classroom instruction and group activities to successfully support students with unique strengths and learning styles.
  • Upheld classroom routines to support student environments and maintain consistent schedules.
  • Kept students on-task with proactive behavior modification and positive reinforcement strategies.
  • Implemented outlined grading and assessment techniques to document growth, development and knowledge advancements during teacher absence.
  • Maintained day-to-day classroom management and discipline to promote learning initiatives.
Education
Master of Arts: Education of Individuals in Elementary Special Education Programs, Expected in 05/2011
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National University - La Jolla, CA
GPA:
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Completed all 74 units of core academic instruction. 12 units needed in classroom internship.

Master of Arts: Elementary School Teaching, Expected in 10/2004
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National University - La Jolla, CA
GPA:
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Specialization in Reading

Bachelor of Arts: Elementary Education, Expected in 04/2001
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Prescott College - Prescott, AZ
GPA:
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Minor in Liberal Arts and Environmental Studies

Affiliations

International Dyslexia Association (IDA)

California Teachers Association (CTA)

National Education Association (NEA)


Certifications

Orton-Gillingham Associate Level Training Certificate

Orton-Gillingham Academy 7/2022

CA Multiple Subject Teaching Credential 8/2025

Reading Certificate Indefinite

CLAD Certificate Indefinite

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School Attended

  • National University
  • National University
  • Prescott College

Job Titles Held:

  • Reading and Math Interventionist, 2nd -4th
  • Elementary School Teacher/Reading Specialist
  • Long-Term Substitute Kindergarten Teacher
  • Substitute Teacher, K-12

Degrees

  • Master of Arts
  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts

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