Jessica Claire
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I am a hardworking, innovative and dedicated substitute teacher. I have completed my bachelors in education and working on obtaining professional licensure. I am adaptive and have a wealth of skills to step into any classroom environment and ensure the student's needs and education continues. I have excellent discussion management, lecturing, flexibility and mentoring skills and abilities for a classroom. I am skilled with knowledgeable about special intervention plans, recordkeeping requirements and strategies for maintaining classroom discipline. I am able to grade papers and homework and record grades for lead teacher I am substitute teaching for at the time.

  • Multitasking and Organization
  • Lesson Plan Implementation
  • Class Lecturing
  • Documentation and Reporting
  • Staff Collaboration
  • Special Education
  • Activity Planning
  • Behavior Management
  • Organization and Planning
  • Verbal and Written Communication
  • Relationship Building
  • Smartboard Technology
  • Problem-Solving
  • Behavior Modeling
  • Classroom Management
  • Information Confidentiality
  • Analytical Skills
  • Enforcing Classroom Rules
  • Classroom and Activity Supervision
  • Lesson Plan Development
  • Group Instruction
  • Sound Judgment
  • Decision Making
  • Individualized Care
  • Creative Thinking
Substitute Teacher, K-12, 02/2019 - Current
Washoe County School District, Greenbrae Elementary City, STATE,
  • Maintain student attendance and assignment records to prevent lapses in goals and directions during teacher absences.
  • Implement lesson plans assigned by classroom teacher to educate, reinforce and support students about key concepts.
  • Administer classroom routines, tasks and rules to keep students on schedule and operating at a consistent level.
  • Differentiated classroom and small group instruction to meet needs of students with various learning styles and abilities.
  • Ability to adjust to classroom environment while ensuring lesson plans are followed and education is continued.
  • Remain up-to-date with emergency protocols and fire drill and lockdown procedures to keep students and staff safe in emergency events.
  • Skills expanded and inclusive of elementary classrooms to high school classrooms during teacher absences.
  • Additionally, tutor afterhours various students individually and in small groups to assist their grasp of subjects they are struggling with.
  • Establish consistency, guidelines and rules for classroom behavior, group learning and class learning including participation to ensure individuals and class have a calm environment in which to learn.
  • Provide detailed notes and any needed reports regarding the success of the day activities to primary teacher.
  • Educate students in various subjects to provide seamless educational track during the absence of the head teacher.
  • Monitor appropriate use and care of equipment, materials and facilities to allow each student a comprehensive and appropriate learning environment.
  • Operate computers or audio-visual aids to supplement class presentations by both student and staff.
  • Engage students in discussions to promote interest and drive learning lessons and tasks so all feel included.
  • Allocate textbooks, assignments, supplemental information and other instructional materials as needed for class success.
  • Distribute or collected tests or homework assignments as needed.
  • Organize and supervise games or other recreational activities as the day allows.
  • Explain assignments and relay any additional information from lead teacher.
  • Follow established lesson plans to continue learning trajectory.
  • Lead or moderate classroom discussions, guide and encourage exploratory thought.
  • Be available for student, staff and parents questions about course concepts.
  • Maintain classroom decorum and ensure school and class rules are followed.
Internship Student, 10/2021 - 12/2022
WCSD, Silver Lake Elementary City, STATE,
  • Participate and work well in a team environment.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Collaborate with teams to support goals and strengthen while supporting foundations and experiences.
  • Compiled, modeled and reported on data for staff members as needed and directed.
  • Shadowed staff to increase the advancement of students and the students education experience.
  • Increased knowledge of tenets of professional office behavior and thoughtful collaboration inclusive of staff, students and community.
  • Participated with team members to grow contributions through diligent focus plans, goals and attention to detail.
  • Engaged with meetings and brainstormed with team members on ways to solve challenges, concerns and problems.
  • Followed strict confidentiality procedures.
  • Worked diligently to minimize data loss for the class and students.
  • Assessed and prioritized multiple responsibilities, increased multitasking abilities and time management skills.
  • Assessed and included data to further assist all in attendance at IEP meetings.
Internship Student, 08/2021 - 10/2022
Doral Academy Of Norther Nevada City, STATE,
  • Advanced and participated in a team environment including working independently throughout the process.
  • Interacted with several teams to support goals and build experience.
  • Prioritized and ensured expedient information and mail was delivered as directed to staff.
  • Participated in research to supported goals and objectives of the school and as well as interacted with the team assigned.
  • Networked with various staff and advanced learning of the educational process and priority of teaching.
  • Increased knowledge of tenets of professional office behavior and thoughtful collaboration.
  • Ensured appropriate settings for meetings related to needs of team leadership and the school.
  • Participated in meetings, took detailed notes and brainstormed with team members on ways to approach concerns and worked to solve challenges and identified issues.
  • Collaborated with team members to grow contributions through diligent focus and attention to detail.
  • Revised and inputted customize information in database.
  • Followed strict confidentiality procedures to minimize data loss.
  • Assessed and prioritized multiple responsibilities, developing multitasking and time management skills.
  • Gathered data and prepared materials for various meetings.
  • Proofread and edited documentation to alleviate errors prior to distribution to staff, students and other professionals.
  • Tasked with creating and documenting vital information for team to reference and use as support of decisions in the classroom.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science: Education, Expected in 12/2021
University of Nevada, Reno - Reno, NV,
  • Major in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Special Education.
  • Minor in Human Development and Family Studies
Associate of Arts: Education, Expected in 05/2017
Truckee Meadows Community College - Reno, NV

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