Teacher with six full years of grades 6-8 experience in the same public middle school serving a high-needs population. Focused on developing and implementing rigorous, relevant curriculum, developing positive relationships with students and families, and collaborating with colleagues across subjects and grade levels to increase student success.
Coordinated and supervised seven college-campus tour field trips for sixty 8th graders over the past two school years.
Worked with hundreds of English Language at various stages of language development. Helped dozens of more advanced language learners achieve Fluent English Proficiency standards.
Coordinated two different after school programs in partnership with a local University and Community College, directly hiring and supervising 8 college tutors and 50-60 middle school students.
Worked with administrators and colleagues to develop a complete, rigorous curriculum for US History, Medieval World History, and English Language Arts that adheres to the Common Core Standards for content and literacy.
Taught 6th-8th grade English language arts, 7th-8th grade history/social science, 8th grade AVID, and 6th-8th grade English language development.
In a typical year, planned and delivered lessons for 3-4 different subjects or grade levels, assessed student work, co-planned with job-alike colleagues, and attended IEP and worked with special ed staff to meet the needs of all students.
Also coached boys basketball, coed surfing, and assisted with the co-ed Junior Olympics program for track and field events.
Piloted and implemented the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) Program, which is a college readiness program aimed at assisting students from traditionally undeserved populations exit high school eligible for the four-year university of their choice. In addition to teaching the AVID elective class, attended AVID summer institutes and provided regular professional development to staff on making rigorous curriculum accessible and engaging to all students throughout the school year.
Worked as a daily after school tutor and offered various forms of support to students from the local migrant farm worker camp who attended Aptos Junior High.
Taught a summer school credit-recovery math class for a diverse population of students who struggled in their regular math classes.
Substitute taught for the general population of the school, including a language arts/social science core class for three months while another teacher was on maternity leave.
Also worked with a master teacher as part of my credential program requirements.
Worked in the Oakland Beach and ACE (Adolescent Community Experience) programs, offering direct emotional and educational support to a coed population of adjudicated teenagers.
Coordinated and supported various community field trips and service projects.
Taught and helped implement the Normative Culture Model to develop community and life skills.
Attended court appointments with residents and as an advocate,
Completed the requirements for a California Teaching Credential in Social Science, Language Arts, and English Language Development.
Also completed coursework and a masters thesis in education with a focus on social justice pedagogy.
Earned a 4.0 GPA and received the Richard and Cindy Morley award scholarship for academic excellence.
Graduated Magna Cum Laude.
Major in History with a focus on the Colonial Period in the Americas.
Minor in English, Minor in Spanish, Minor in Labor Studies.
Studied abroad one semester at the National University or Ireland, Galway and one semester at the University of Salamanca, Spain.
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