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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Highly-motivated employee with desire to take on new challenges. Strong worth ethic, adaptability and exceptional interpersonal skills. Adept at working effectively unsupervised and quickly mastering new skills. Hardworking employee with student service, multitasking and time management abilities. Devoted to giving every studen a positive and memorable experience. Motivated professional offering certifications/endorsements in student achievement, student who are at risk, gifted, students suffering from trauma.. Adds value to any organization in need of great collaboration, interpersonal and multitasking abilities. Meets tight deadlines.

Skills
  • Progress reporting
  • Individual and group lesson understanding
  • CPI Trained instruction
  • Differentiated instruction
  • Student engagement
  • Hands-on learning
  • Common core standards
  • Institute for Brain Potential instruction :Outline effective strategy to reason with a person who has a disorder of mood, anxiety, OCD, anger, or personality. Work with At-Risk Student to set strategies for reasoning or having a difficult conversation with a student who is experiencing pain, illness, or vulnerability.
  • Help students with calming strategy including the practice of mindfulness for health who are experiencing strong emotions.
Experience
Santa Teresa High, 01/2023 to Current
Gadsden Independent School DistrictCity, STATE,
  • Boosted student learning by facilitating in-depth classroom discussions to expand upon lectures.
  • Cultivated collaborative and innovative learning environment to meet each student's unique educational needs.
  • Assessed student classroom performance to report on progress.
  • Talked with students needing extra attention and made plans to assist with problems.
  • Differentiated instruction for students with wide range of skill and interest levels.
  • Planned and updated curricula and lesson plans to continuously improve subject coverage.
  • Collaborated with other subject and grade-level teachers to build complementary educational frameworks for students.
  • Facilitated student success and academic growth through implementation of Algegra-1 curriculums.
Math Teacher-grades 5-12 Grades Peak Behavioral , 08/2005 to 12/2022
Gadsden Independent School DistrictCity, STATE,
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional strategies to promote learning in students of differing skill levels.
  • Educated students on core principles and advanced concepts of mathematics.
  • Taught various kinds of math at standard, remedial and advanced levels.
  • Integrated technology into classroom settings to engage students and diversify instruction.
  • Assessed student performance, behavior and social development and devised improvement strategies for struggling children.
  • Built life-long learning skills and strong study habits in students to help each prepare for higher-level education.
  • Aligned classroom instructional strategies with district, state and national requirements.
  • Established and enforced clear class objectives and requirements to promote consistent education for students.
  • Developed class learning plans to meet district and statement requirements for instruction.
  • Taught after-school and summer enrichment programs.
  • Customized instructional plans to meet needs of different students.
  • Documented student assignments, attendance and test scores in online reporting systems.
  • Conferred with specialists to support needs of students with individualized educational plans.
  • Instructed students and supported understanding of math concepts.
  • Managed consistent, learning-focused classroom environments by establishing and communicating clear objectives for students.
  • Explored different avenues of learning with students to help each prepare for later educational environments.
  • Administered tests, quizzes and other assignments to gauge students' learning and knowledge of course materials.
  • Distributed and posted course syllabus and answered student questions regarding standards, material, grading and progression at beginning of semester.
  • Assessed student progress with course material through routine quizzes, final examinations and standardized assessments.
  • Delivered clear, informative lectures on subject matter framed to meet state standards.
  • Fostered students' commitment to lifelong learning by connecting course materials to broader themes and current events.
Las Cruces High Schol, 08/1995 to 05/2004
Las Cruces Independent SchoolsCity, STATE,
  • Planned and updated curricula and lesson plans to continuously improve subject coverage.
  • Differentiated instruction for students with wide range of skill and interest levels.
  • Talked with students needing extra attention and made plans to assist with problems.
  • Assessed student classroom performance to report on progress.
  • Cultivated collaborative and innovative learning environment to meet each student's unique educational needs.
  • Built life-long learning skills and strong study habits in students to help each prepare for higher-level education.
  • Boosted student learning by facilitating in-depth classroom discussions to expand upon lectures.
  • Created lesson plans to address needs of entry-level and upper-level science students.
  • Coordinated with other professional staff members to evaluate and assess science-based curriculum.
  • Collaborated with other subject and grade-level teachers to build complementary educational frameworks for students.
  • Used school and public library resources to provide extra educational opportunities for students.
  • Facilitated student success and academic growth through implementation of taught Pre-Algebra, Geometry, & Algebra-2 curriculums.
  • Maintained school-wide culture of respect and actively used positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) disciplinary methods.
Mayfield High School , 08/1990 to 05/1995
Las Cruces Independent SchoolsCity, STATE,
  • Planned and updated curricula and lesson plans to continuously improve subject coverage.
  • Differentiated instruction for students with wide range of skill and interest levels.
  • Talked with students needing extra attention and made plans to assist with problems.
  • Assessed student classroom performance to report on progress.
  • Cultivated collaborative and innovative learning environment to meet each student's unique educational needs.
  • Built life-long learning skills and strong study habits in students to help each prepare for higher-level education.
  • Boosted student learning by facilitating in-depth classroom discussions to expand upon lectures.
  • Participated in on-campus activities to support students outside of classroom.
  • Promoted safe and clean classroom environment conducive to individualized and small group needs.
  • Compiled, administered and graded examinations and other assigned work.
  • Collaborated with other subject and grade-level teachers to build complementary educational frameworks for students.
  • Facilitated student success and academic growth through implementation of Pre-Algebra, Algebra-1 and Geometry curriculums.
  • Maintained school-wide culture of respect and actively used positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) disciplinary methods.
Alameda Junior High/Sierra Middle School , 08/1980 to 05/1990
Las Cruces, Independent SchoolsCity, STATE,
  • Planned in-class and homework assignments to reinforce lessons.
  • Met with parents to discuss student behavior or performance concerns.
  • Taught information to meet individual learning styles and student needs.
  • Obtained and organized necessary supplies to deliver engaging lessons to students.
  • Participated in student special educational need, special committee for at risk students.
  • Attended professional seminars and continuing education sessions to expand knowledge and skills.
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional strategies to promote learning in students of differing skill levels.
  • Created and maintained orderly, well-managed and stimulating classroom environment.
  • Presented subject matter to students in easy-to-understand terms to maximize learning opportunities.
  • Encouraged students to be understanding with others.
  • Evaluated student academic and social growth and prepared progress reports on individual pupil improvement.
  • Implemented relevant policies governing student conduct.
Hermosa Heights Elementary, 08/1977 to 05/1980
Las Cruces Independent SchoolsCity, STATE,
  • Identified student needs and collaborated with faculty to resolve social, cognitive or behavioral challenges.
  • Prepared daily and weekly lesson plans to help students meet learning goals.
  • Devised lesson plans in alignment with state curriculum standards and created balanced instructional programs, demonstrations and work time to meet educational and instructional goals.
  • Embraced and actively promoted inclusive and equitable learning environment.
  • Pursued positive methods to correct student behavior, delivering constructive feedback upon improvement.
  • Upheld values-based approach to maintain positive culture among students and staff.
  • Taught students subject-specific material, learning strategies and social skills.
  • Offered hands-on learning opportunities to develop student self-esteem and life skills.
  • Translated lesson plans into learning experiences and routinely evaluated student progress and social development.
  • Involved parents in student education by cultivating strong relationships.
  • Built strong relationships with parents and students, driving investment in academics.
  • Instructed students individually and in groups using varied teaching methods.
  • Built relationships with students and guardians through active communication and positive feedback.
  • Maintained positive classroom culture through behavior management techniques.
  • Cultivated classroom environment focused on inclusion and growth, fostering both social and academic development.
  • Referred to district standards to plan lessons and prepare students to take standardized assessments.
  • Provided positive feedback with emphasis on learning from mistakes to establish solid foundation for progress.
  • Helped students learn to persevere with challenging tasks and build resilience for later educational efforts.
  • Improved student engagement by implementing student-centered classroom management techniques to foster academic curiosity.
Education and Training
Master of Arts: Mathematics Education, Expected in 06/1990 to Western New Mexico University - Silver City, NM
GPA:
  • Certification Number 88134 Level Three-A Instructional Leader K-8
  • Certification Number 88134 Level Three-A Instructional Leader Secondary 6-12
  • Endorsements For Selected Certificate-Elementary K-8 Gifted Endorsement
  • Elementary Education K-8 TESOL Endorsement
  • Secondary Education 6-12 Gifted Education Endorsement
  • Secondary Education 6-12 Mathematics Endorsement
  • Secondary Education 6-12 TESOL Endorsement
  • Institute For Brain Potential Continuing Education Program Learning-Certificates of Completion-On Going
Bachelor of Arts: Elementary Education And Journalism, Expected in 05/1977 to New Mexico State University - Las Cruces, NM
GPA:
Accomplishments
  • Graduate from New Mexico State as the 4th basketball player to graduate in 4 years.
  • New Mexico State Men's Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee
  • Only Sterling High School basketball player to be selected 1st team all New Jersey and All-Philadelphia.
  • Played basketball in Brazil
  • Father of three whose children have accomplished (1)-Owner of their own freight transportations business. (2) Doctor MD-of women's health with her own practice. (3) Physical Therapy majoring in helping people in need of walking assistance, prosthetics.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Western New Mexico University
  • New Mexico State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Santa Teresa High
  • Math Teacher-grades 5-12 Grades Peak Behavioral
  • Las Cruces High Schol
  • Mayfield High School
  • Alameda Junior High/Sierra Middle School
  • Hermosa Heights Elementary

Degrees

  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts

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