OBJECTIVE: To secure a teaching position with the International School of Luxembourg.
Write and receive yearly field trip grant
Developed and managed 'A Book in the Hand Campaign'
Own small bakery
Teach sixth grade (average 30 students per class, 5 classes daily) Language Arts (including reading, writing, and public speaking), Social Studies (Ancient Civilizations) and Technology (digital safety, keyboarding, PowerPoint, Excel). Instruct through lectures, discussions, demonstrations, videos, and student led lessons. Assign classwork and score assignments using clearly defined rubrics. Design rubrics for student work. Classes consist of 1/3 Special Education students, and 1/3 of students exhibit extreme behavior issues. Encourage tolerance among students. Use positive reinforcement to redirect negative behavior, conference with students about behavior and conference with students and parents about academic progress and behavior. Also conference with Assistant Principal and Counselor about extreme behaviors and possible interventions. Attend weekly staff meetings, monthly curriculum meetings and bi-monthly team meetings.Serve hall duty daily and weekly morning duty. Sit on 'Anti-bullying' task force designed to create greater harmony within the school. Write grants for yearly field trip. Designed and managed "A Book in the Hand Campaign" for three years; a program designed to purchase and distribute books to students that enabled them to start a home library. Participated in year-long ,district wide "Portfolio Project", designed to allow teachers to do action research, my project focused on teaching students to read and respond to teacher feedback on assignments. Currently participating in the "Feedback Initiative" designed to allow teachers to do action research; my project has two focuses: 1) teaching students to be more mindful and 2) identifying interest in learning international educational methods and processes.
Managed Board of Directors during development stages (seven years) of new charter school, including negotiating with local school board and state Department of Education for sponsorship, writing grants, writing Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws, filing for 501(c)(3) non-profit status, recruited new board members, teachers, parents, students, writing policy and handbooks, facilitating board meetings, and all other aspects of starting a school.
Taught sixth through eighth grade Language Arts, Reading, and Math. The Language Arts course included reading, writing, spelling and public speaking. Math included fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios, and pre-algebra. The Reading class was designed to bring ESL (mainly Hispanic) students up to grade level in English reading and comprehension.
Substituted for absent teachers in all grades and subject areas. Wrote last minute lesson plans when none were provided. Managed classroom discipline.
Attended truncated Education program consisting of 10 hours of coursework daily for 8 months. Intense classwork and training designed to create excellent teacher candidates used to working long hours and under pressure. Student taught in high risk middle school. Coursework in Psychology, Education, Childhood Development, Methods, and Assessment.
Coursework in Social Science Fields, including Sociology, History, Psychology. Participated in Cap Stone Project that allowed me to work with disadvantaged families and women returning to life after being incarcerated.
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