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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary

Well-rounded and compassionate Special Education Teacher skilled at addressing each student's unique needs and creating effective lesson plans to accommodate special circumstances. Provides appropriate and individualized instruction to build foundations for lifelong learning. Develops, implements and acts as teacher of record of Individualized Education Plans for students with disabilities.

Areas of Proficiency
  • Motivating students
  • Social skills development
  • Excellent classroom management
  • Learning style assessment
  • Effective Behavior Plans
  • Skilled at handling all legal special education paperwork
  • Trained and skilled at administering various assessments (Woodcock Johnson, IRI, Key Math Test, McKracken Sight Word Test, Mi Access, various informal assessment.
  • Skilled at running IEP meetings, manifestations and conferences.
Experience
08/2018 to 04/2021 Administrator Jea Senior Living | , IL,
  • Communicated needs and issues to appropriate supervisors for administrative action.
  • Produced and updated organizational records and reports, including organizing budgets and documentation.
  • Engaged with others successfully using strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Welcomed group members and answered questions.
  • Adhered to high level of standards and values, and maintained professional demeanor.
  • Raised funds for organization through community outreach initiatives.
  • Presented talks at community groups to promote organizational mission and programs.
  • Maintained up-to-date and accurate program files and records.
12/2006 to 06/2014 Special Education Inclusion Teacher The School District Of South Orange And Maplewood | Maplewood, NJ,
  • Middle School and High School Inclusion Teacher
  • I also held a resource room for one hour a day in which I was able to give individualized attention to students with learning disabilities.
  • Developed IEP to leverage developmental practices and educational theories to achieve educational objectives.
  • Eliminated learning gaps and effectively instructed students by using teaching aids and motivational strategies.
  • Implemented specialized tests to evaluate literacy performance.
  • Supervised field trips to local parks, fire stations and zoos to develop social skills and community awareness.
  • Encouraged student empathy of others to build confidence and improve self-image.
  • Developed individual educational plans designed to promote educational, physical and social development.
  • Organized and prepared instructional materials, communiqués and reports to facilitate student learning.
  • Enhanced lessons using Smart Board technology and computers.
  • Delivered specialized classroom instruction to students with developmental disorders.
  • Participated in week-long intensive leadership training and provided training to colleagues on applied behavior analysis.
  • Conducted small group and individual classroom activities with students based on differentiated learning needs.
  • Facilitated functional life skills development in students with autism through explicit instruction and repetition to entrench skills.
  • Fostered positive and trusting relationships with students to increase engagement.
  • Collaborated with conventional education instructors across multiple departments to optimize student learning.
  • Worked with students with specialized needs to accomplish tasks and build practical skills.
  • Transitioned students across grade levels through careful planning and preparation.
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Administered minor first aid to injured students and notified school nurse to render additional aid.
  • Developed interesting and interactive learning methods tailored to help students with individual needs.
  • Wrote and presented documents for Individual Education Plan conferences.
12/2005 to 12/2006 Special Education Teacher Teaneck School District | Teaneck, NJ,
  • Children in Special Education brought their Language Arts, Math, History and Science homework to the resource room.
  • In addition to the responsibilities listed above, I also assumed all those listed below:.
  • I made accommodations to the instruction and assignments so that the student could comprehend the information in whatever learning style was best for them.
  • Discussed with the general education teachers to find out proper activities for students.
  • Responsible for designing and implementing lesson plans similar to those of the general education teachers.
  • Responsible for designing behavior plans for those students in need.
  • Developed IEP to leverage developmental practices and educational theories to achieve educational objectives.
  • Collaborated with conventional education instructors across multiple departments to optimize student learning.
  • Implemented specialized tests to evaluate literacy performance.
12/2004 to 12/2005 Long Term Substitute Teacher Archdiocese Of Chicago, Office Of Catholic Schools | Chicago, IL,
  • Worked in a childresn's juvenile detention center where I taught Language Arts to grades 9-12.
  • I was responsible for designing and implementing all lesson plans.
  • Excellent classroom management
12/2001 to 12/2005 Substitute Teacher Bcfs | Las Vegas, NV,
  • Taught all subjects.
  • Excellent communication skills with children.
  • Excellent classroom management.
Education and Training
Expected in 06/2008 Master of Arts | Special Education Oakland University, Rochester Michigan, GPA:

Learning Disabilities Endosement

Expected in 05/2004 Bachelor of Arts | Secondary Education University of Michigan - Flint, Flint, MI GPA:

Language Arts Major

Science Minor

Endorsement 6-12 LA/Science

References

References

Cheryl Juarie President Team Sharing INC. 1-978-375-4941

Rita Coleman Immediate Supervisor and chairperson for the special education board of Flint Schools. (810) 760-1000

Rita Coleman Immediate Supervisor and chairperson for the special education board of Flint Schools. (810) 760-1000

John Jaquith National director of Special Education for Mosaica Schools (248) 452-9309

Theresa Frakes Social worker for Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac and Immediate Supervisor (248) 452-9309

Erica Ruegg University Supervisor (Oakland University) (248) 370-2100

Pamela Pedagorski Elementary Special Education Teacher for Arts and Technology Academy (248) 452-9309

Certifications

Professional Teaching Certificate

6-12 Language Arts

6-12 Science

K-12 Special Education Learning Disabilities

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School Attended
  • Oakland University
  • University of Michigan - Flint
Job Titles Held:
  • Administrator
  • Special Education Inclusion Teacher
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Long Term Substitute Teacher
  • Substitute Teacher
Degrees
  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts

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