Education, Teaching, And Child Support / Assistant / Aide Energetic, dedicated, and results-oriented professional eager to use experience working with children to teach, support, counsel, and facilitate their social, emotional, physical, and academic growth and development Quickly learn and master new systems, processes, and job responsibilities to produce significant contributions. Possess natural interpersonal skills required to establish and maintain positive relationships with all individuals. Reputation for professionalism, commitment, and integrity as well as maintaining a high level of work quality.
BA in Psychology
FL teaching credential
Creative lesson plan development
Teaching, tutoring and counseling
Experience working special needs students
Excellent classroom management
Implemented daily course plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
Used variety of teaching techniques to encourage student critical thinking.
Enforced teacher established rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among classes of 18 to 25 students.
Administered and corrected tests and quizzes in a timely manner.
Received high remarks on the Substitute Teacher Evaluation forms for creative implementation of classroom lesson plans and instructional techniques.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Florida Temporary Certificate in Social Sciences for grades 5th through 9th
Certification and Training: Department of Children and Families (DCF) Certified
Florida Substitute Teacher Certificate, current
Florida Problem Solving and Response to Intervention (RtI) Certificate
Volunteered at Lake Asbury Elementary
P.E.T. Organization (Personal Energy Transportation) Volunteer (75 hours)
Designing Creative Lesson Plans
Instructing On Multiple Subjects
Early Childhood & Special Ed Team Collaboration
Assessing Student Performance
Rapport/Relationship Building Facilitating Meaningful Learning
Child Psychology / Counseling
Manage Classroom Environment
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