Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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High-energy Teacher with solid background educating students in Pre-K to 12. Maintains organized and disciplined classroom environments devoted to student learning. Caring and compassionate in addressing individual student needs and promoting positive educational experiences. Forward-thinking Secretary/Teacher bringing 10+ years of experience in education. Focused on building connections with students to strengthen engagement and help students reach full potential through skill-building. Knowledgeable about planning activities, field trips and projects to diversify instruction and immerse students in subject material.

Dedicated and responsive Teacher with proven skills in classroom management, behavior modification and individualized support. Comfortable working with students of different skill levels to promote learning and boost educational success. Serves as role model by using growth mindset to develop young minds and inspire love of learning.

Attentive educator with 10 years of experience guiding students in

Pre-K-12 school setting. Successful at leading classroom activities. Maintains student interest using engaging teaching methods, friendliness and enthusiastic attitude.

  • Emergent curriculum
  • Differentiated learning techniques
  • Tutoring and after school help
  • Behavioral/cognitive skills development
Secretary/Teacher Leader, 08/2012 to Current
Kaiser PermanenteSan Francisco, CA,
  • Built and strengthened positive relationships with students, parents and teaching staff.
  • Engaged students and boosted understanding of material using focused instructional strategies and hands-on activities.
  • Created and enforced child-based, hands-on curriculum to promote student interest and receptive learning.
  • Worked outside normal hours to be available to answer parent and student questions.
  • Combined discipline plan with effective measures and lesson plans to increase concentration, participation and progress student accountability.
  • Encouraged student critical thinking and discussion using variety of teaching techniques.
  • Organized activities to promote physical, mental and social development of each child.
  • Organized and led activities to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Implemented hands-on, play-based strategies such as games and crafts for experiential learning.
  • Maintained daily records of individual activities, behaviors, meals and naps.
  • Established indoor and outdoor safe play environments for toddler-age children.
  • Involved parents in student learning to increase family interaction and student support.
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum addressing all learning styles.
  • Maintained secure and disciplined classroom to provide positive learning environment.
  • Selected optimal curricula and planned daily lessons to meet needs of children with various developmental levels.
  • Arranged classrooms to facilitate optimal education for student groups.
  • Created various strategies to engage students and deliver enriching educational opportunities.
  • Enhanced sensory abilities by giving children access to numerous textures and shapes.
  • Identified children in need of extra support for emotional, health-related or developmental concerns and conceived improvement strategies.
  • Helped plan new class curriculum and select related materials.
  • Communicated objectives for lessons, units and projects to students and parents.
  • Researched books and supplemental materials to use with lesson plans.
  • Handled and resolved disciplinary issues according to district protocols.
  • Mentored other educators by delivering insight, positive feedback and constructive criticism.
  • Coached new teachers on ways to improve instruction and student discipline.
  • Planned field trips and classroom events to enhance learning through fun activities.
  • Kept current credentials and stayed up to date on changes in education.
  • Liaised between parents and administrative staff to clarify classroom and student objectives.
  • Observed educators in classroom and offered methods to improve instructional techniques.
  • Coached new teachers on school guidelines to decrease training time and increase teacher success.
  • Raised money for classroom technology to advance learning needs of students.
Substitute Teacher, K-12, 08/2011 to 06/2013
Grace Fellowship Christian SchoolCity, STATE,
  • Enforced classroom routines to keep students on schedule and operating at consistent level.
  • Implemented lesson plans assigned by classroom teacher to educate students about key concepts.
  • Provided notes and reports on school day activities to primary teacher.
  • Requested as substitute teacher based on excellent referrals and trusted performance.
  • Engaged students in discussions to promote interest and drive learning.
  • Educated students in various subjects to provide seamless transition during absence of head teacher.
  • Maintained student attendance and assignment records to prevent lapses during teacher absences.
  • Differentiated classroom and small group instruction to meet needs of students with various learning styles and abilities.
  • Helped students build learning and study skills to achieve educational goals.
  • Engaged students and boosted understanding of material using focused instructional strategies and hands-on activities.
  • Reported problem students to principal to maintain control of classroom.
  • Managed high school classrooms during teacher absences.
  • Stayed up to date with current regional curriculums to maintain readiness for long- and short-term substitute jobs.
  • Oversaw pop quizzes, material exams and standardized tests to facilitate instruction.
  • Studied various school subjects to better understand content and assist with projects and assignments.
  • Assigned homework to students based on curricula and modified based on daily progress.
  • Promoted learning by leveraging traditional and modern instructional strategies.
  • Documented student growth, development and understanding using outlined grading procedures and assessment strategies.
  • Created lesson plans to address requirements of state curriculum.
  • Built and strengthened positive relationships with students, parents and teaching staff.
  • Delivered academic assistance to students and study aids to improve course material comprehension.
  • Led group sessions to reinforce concepts and applications of course content.
  • Assisted fellow teachers with assignment development, special projects, tests, administrative updates and grading.
  • Maintained strong knowledge of course requirements and school policies.
  • Recorded attendance data to report to program managers.
  • Taught reading, language arts, mathematics and other subjects utilizing course of study adopted by Board of Education.
  • Administered quizzes and tests and documented grades to support accurate record-keeping.
  • Taught students during teacher absences and kept up with lesson plans and student assignments.
  • Substituted for teachers to practice handling classrooms of students.
Materials Management Technician, 02/2009 to 04/2011
Baylor Health Care SystemCity, STATE,
  • Maintained inventory management supply storage rooms by following stock locations and prescribed supply quantities.
  • Conducted warehouse cycle counts and rotated stock.
  • Verified shipments received and entered receipts into materials management system.
  • Operated inventory logs and handheld computers to count and assess departmental supply needs.
  • Packaged products and goods to arrange transportation for shipment.
  • Recommended solutions for potential quality problems to increase division productivity.
  • Analyzed new available materials and technologies for use suitability.
  • Processed delivery of carrier and prime vendor packages.
  • Completed routing, counting and functional testing of received items.
  • Performed routine office tasks, including copying, answering telephones, file management and data entry to keep operations at optimal levels and better serve internal and external customers.
  • Assessed current inventories and brought in supplies to keep stock within optimal levels for expected demands.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1988
North Mesquite High School - Mesquite, TX

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