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Jessica Claire
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Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - resumesample@example.com - -
Summary

To obtain a position where I can gain, learn and be hands on in developing more knowledge of computers. My passion is the medical field where I can help and accommodate people with a warm and friendly smile, resulting in a great experience of which will be recommended to others. Fastidious Special Education Paraprofessional offering 20 years of experience assisting teachers in the classroom and promoting individualized learning techniques. Enthusiastic Paraprofessional and classroom support aide knowledgeable about education improvement plans and approaches. Offering 20 years' in education working with multi-disabled struggling students. Tech-savvy and adept user of i-pad, and various classroom technologies.

Skills
  • Creative problem solving
  • Customer service
  • Data Collection
  • Data Entry
  • Documentation
  • Multi-task
  • Reading
  • Client relation
  • Microsoft Outlook
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Word
  • Prioritization
  • Active listening
  • Typing
  • Research
  • Time management
  • Closing
  • Creative problem solving
  • Client
  • Customer service
  • Data Collection
  • Data Entry
  • Documentation
  • Listening
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Outlook
  • Microsoft Word
  • Multitasking
  • Reading
  • Receiving
  • Researching
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Time management
  • Typing
  • Special needs
  • IEP goals
  • Behavioral plan management
  • Reporting requirements
  • Individual instruction
  • IEP familiarity
  • Multidisciplinary team collaboration
  • Behavior modification
  • Educational support
  • Classwork oversight
  • Proficient with adapted equipment, and all types of speech device.
  • Activities oversight
  • Social integration
  • Technology-based strategies
  • Fluent in ASL (American Sign Language)
  • Crisis management
  • Crisis intervention
  • Skill building support
  • Arts and crafts
  • Patient
  • Behavioral improvements
  • State and NCLB Approved Paraprofessional
  • Safety understanding
Experience
10/2018 to Current
Special Education Paraeducator Raymond School District Raymond, NH,
  • Escorted students to restroom cafeteria, outside to playground and on field trips.
  • Engaged and supported students with differing learning styles and cultural backgrounds.
  • Provided students with personalized educational, behavioral and emotional support.
  • Met one-on-one with autism students, utilizing customized behavioral plans.
  • Kept over 6 students safe in classroom and outside environments.
  • Advised the instructor regarding student behavior or issues that required immediate addressing.
  • Amplified knowledge in classroom management, student engagement, activity planning and student goal setting through continuing education courses.
  • Aided disabled students in using restroom facilities.
  • Participated in supervision of students during lunch, physical education and after-school extracurricular activities to maintain peaceful and productive environment.
  • Created safe and nurturing environment focused on students to ensure quality learning experiences.
  • Provided special attention to individuals needing extra academic or behavioral guidance during classes.
  • Administered coursework devised by teachers according to lesson plans.
  • Assisted teachers in printing class handouts and worksheets and distributing to students during classroom sessions.
  • Transported non-ambulatory students throughout campus facilities.
  • Worked in tandem with teacher to develop customized classroom environment conducive to students' needs.
  • Helped students to develop good behavioral habits through positive reinforcement and encouragement in studies as well as discipline and careful use of physical intervention when required.
  • Fostered positive relationships with students, parents and personnel to facilitate program growth and ensure positive learning outcomes.
  • Supervised students awaiting after-school transportation and assisted students boarding and exiting school bus daily.
  • Created and distributed instructional materials for group and one-on-one use.
  • Managed class of 6 students when teacher stepped out of room.
  • Completed documentation on student behaviors, interventions and results.
  • Assisted special education instructors in identifying and meeting students' individual needs.
  • Maintained focused, inclusive and supportive learning environments.
  • Coached students on speech patterns using Augmentative/Alternative Communication methods.
  • Provided support to the students through specialized accommodations, extra assistance and educational assessments.
  • Prepared visual aids, equipment and classroom displays to foster learning.
  • Worked with both groups and individuals to provide instruction in mathematics, reading, science and history.
  • Coordinated with teachers to support instruction implementation through students' specific needs and progress evaluations.
  • Performed diverse tasks for teachers, including clerical support, classroom management and document coordination.
  • Collaborated with teacher to develop effective, individualized learning strategies.
  • Monitored students' use of personal medical equipment to encourage proper use and prevent injury.
  • Instructed students with varying abilities and needs in alignment with IEP objectives while delivering personalized and small group lessons.
  • Provided instruction consulting services to colleagues and individual instruction to students.
  • Affirmatively communicated and promoted positive attitudes with every student.
01/2013 to Current
Deli Clerk/Cashier/Manager Soda Pop Shop City, STATE,
  • Open and closing the store Mon-Fri.
  • Multitasking daily.
  • I do the process of ordering and receiving the products.
  • I also oversee all the staff, in training and overseeing the new staff to be able to run a shift by them self.
  • I also do all the paperwork invoices and the deposits for the bank.
07/1997 to 02/2013
Child & Youth Care Specialist II Maryland School City, STATE,
  • Teaching multi-disabled visually impaired children/youth how to adapt to their everyday life skills with their disability.
  • Researching there development disability and finding the correct equipment to adapt for them to complete a task daily and, as they get older adapting it to the appropriate age level for a daily routine.
  • We also monitored and recorded the planned activities process for parents and teachers review.
  • I was also a CMT.
Education and Training
Expected in 2001
GED:
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GPA:
Expected in
-BCC – Essex, MD:
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GPA:
Accomplishments
  • Helped more than 20 students reach IEP goals.
  • Designed numerous weekly lesson plans focused on age and level-appropriate material.
  • Chaperoned numerous field trips and after school activities per week.

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Job Titles Held:
  • Special Education Paraeducator
  • Deli Clerk/Cashier/Manager
  • Child & Youth Care Specialist II
Degrees
  • GED
  • -BCC – Essex, MD