Talented History teacher passionate about making the high school experience a positive one for all students. Works to improve school climate so that all students can learn course materials, as well as the social skills they need to thrive in all aspects of their lives.Compassionate secondary teacher who presents course materials in a clear, interesting and innovative way. Works with each student individually to help them achieve academic goals.Dynamic educator specializing in classroom and private instruction. Consistently encourages open communication between faculty, students and parents.
Used a variety of teaching methods such as lectures, discussions and demonstrations.Met with parents and guardians to discuss students' progress at least once per semester.Established positive relationships with students, parents, colleagues and administrators.Encouraged discussion of class material to promote critical thinking.Participated in regular training courses to keep up-to-date with new teaching methods and developments in the field.Kept accurate records of student performance, maintaining the confidentiality of student records and information at all times.Assessed student progress weekly, monthly and quarterly.Integrated technology into the curriculum to develop students' word processing and research skills.Drafted letters of recommendation for students' college applications.Planned and conducted hands-on activities to provide students with opportunities to observe, question and investigate.
Provided direct instruction to students in a private, coeducational, therapeutic boarding school. Assisted in the creation and implementation of individualized educational and therapeutic treatment plans for students with learning disabilities, behavioral, and substance abuse issues. Curriculum included the following courses taught: U.S. History, World Geography, Cultural Anthropology, and American Government. Utilized latest digital technology for classroom instruction.Used a variety of teaching methods such as lectures, discussions and demonstrations.Established positive relationships with students, parents, colleagues and administrators.Encouraged discussion of class material to promote critical thinking.Assessed student progress weekly, monthly and quarterly.Integrated technology into the curriculum to develop students' word processing and research skills.Planned and conducted hands-on activities to provide students with opportunities to observe, question and investigate.
Graduate Coordinator of Alcohol & Other Drug Program, Coordinated Campus wide programming for Alcohol Awareness for ETSU students utilizing the "Choices" alcohol intervention program,Coordinated & participated in campus Wellness event, "Wellapalooza" promoting healthy lifestyle choices for students, certified in the "Basics" program-Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students, created and was the President of NAMI-Bucs and affiliate of NAMI-TN (National Alliance on Mental Illness),created awareness booths on campus to address Alcohol Awareness, Disability Awareness, Depression Awareness,
Maintained program calendar for student and interpreter assignments,Assisted in scheduling interpreters, student registration, cancellations, maintained student and interpreter files, Provided direct assistance to our Deaf and Hard of Hearing students, Provided tutoring services and proctored exams, Completed Disability Services digital newsletters as well as provided assistance to Director and Assistant Director for introduction of campus workshops,orientations, and awareness/education projects, attended conferences & workshop of Deaf culture & Appalachian Deaf culture
Provided 1:1 academic and instruction to students with diverse learning abilities in a full inclusion setting
Adaptation and modification of academic curriculum as noted through Independent Educational Service Plans
Cooperative work with classroom teachers,Utilized therapeutic based Occupational therapy techniques in service provision,
Involved with Transitional and Annual Education Plan Meetings, Highly specialized training in Autism, Spectrum Disorders, Language Based Learning Disabilities, and Attention Deficit Disorder,Experienced in providing in academic instruction to general education student
Completed a Master of Arts in Teaching with licensure endorsements in 7-12 History and Geography for the states of Tennessee and North Carolina
Completed Associate of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy Assisting
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