My responsibilities were to teach Health & Wellness to K-7th coed classes that focused on social and emotional learning, healthy habits, and yoga relaxation techniques.
Developed interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students. Developed and implemented interesting and interactive learning mediums to increase student understanding of course materials.
Routinely met with students' parents regarding in-class issues and learning interruptions to discuss solutions.
Performed student background reviews to develop tailored lessons based on student needs.
This school is a community that promotes a passion for Spanish language and culture.
The mission is to inspire students to achieve academic excellence while becoming respectful, responsible and honest in a changing global society.
I had the opportunity to take my four year of Spanish experience to a new level by working and collaborating with the elementary and middle schools principal's.
I'm responsible for addressing issues of race and equity at the Spanish Immersion Schools with the goal of becoming a school district free of institutional racism and inequities.
As a district employee for the Office of Integration and Equity I'm responsible for addressing issues of race and equity throughout the district with the goal of becoming a school district free of institutional racism and inequities.
My duties include but not limited too enrich and accelerate academic achievement, provide high quality, engaging teaching and challenges every student, cultivate learning environments, characterized mutual respect and personal responsibility, and strengthen relationships among students, staff, families and community members, and maximize resources and demonstrate financial accountability As a dean of Students I work with the administration team at various school focusing on The Choice Is Yours.
This is a program that gives Minneapolis families more options to attend suburban schools.
Students who live in Minneapolis and who are eligible to receive free or reduced-price lunch may participate in the program.
Minneapolis students attending suburban schools through The Choice Is Yours program receive free transportation to and from their suburban schools, which is supported entirely through state funding.
Organize and developing cultural community events, academic programs, and other educational activities, such as college tours, and career fairs.
As a member of HST (Human Service Team) I meet and collaborate weekly with school administrators, social workers, license register nurse, counselors, psychologists, and director of special education to help alleviate and create action plans for students' we are deliberating on invention strategies.
While considering writing an action plan for a pupil, I will inform the parents to show my support socially, emotionally, and academic growth to best fit their child needs.
In addition, I teach a courses called HAP (High Achiever Program) mentoring and supporting 80 students to increase the under-represented student's enrollment in Gifted Classes i.e. HP, AP, and IB.
Advocating, for students and families, by joining Gifted Education Selection Committees and reviewing students RIT scores to give many students an option to be placed in Gifted Classes.
In partnerships with teachers, counselors, administrators, plus parents the students selected will also attend my HAP course and will received lesson on Self Advocacy Support.
This daily class focuses on helping students develop effective study skills, test-taking skills, self-responsibility, organizational skills, and students learn their multiple intelligence, which give them confidence to identify and overcome individual barriers to be successful in their educational pre-postsecondary.
Furthermore, I co-teach with Licenses English and Math teachers to teach academic skill and tutor support for Math and English classroom.
My responsibility was supporting underrepresented students that attend MNSU.
These students have the potential to be successful in college, yet need academic support to succeed at MSU University.
I advised students from a variety of diverse backgrounds on admissions, course selection, tutoring, and assisting in their financial aid.
Developed a Family Day Visitation Program for current and prospective new students at Minnesota State University, Mankato, and Parents had the opportunity to visit and meet their college-aged-child professors, dialog with the director of financial aid, and tour the campus.
Most of my duties partake in Recruiting Graduating Students from Minneapolis Public Schools, Coordinating Events for the University and Families, and Monitor Key Success Indicators for Student Retention.
My responsibilities were to teach a career course designed to assist 9th -12th graders to achieve success throughout high school years and develop the skills needed to transition successfully into post-secondary education, the workforce or the military by maintain high education excellence.
I worked with potential first generation college students at Roosevelt High School.
I provided teaching tutorial services, academic advising, and personal counseling to a group of 40 students supporting them in obtaining their post-secondary educational goals.
Working closely with school administrators, staff and parents to encourage them to aid students navigating graduating students' in ACT exam, Financial Aid Applications, and looking for College Grants plus waiver fees forms.
My responsibilities were to teach a 9th grades coed classes that focused on team sports, weight lifting, swimming, and nutrition.
My responsibilities were to maintain high education excellence, standards of professionalism, caring and competency throughout every assignment.
Also protect and provide safety and welfare of students in the school district.
My responsibilities were to teach a physical education program for K-6th grade students.
Also I implemented the Direct Instruction (DI) Curriculum to improve students reading comprehension and standardized test scores.
My responsibilities were to implement the Resolution and Prevention (RAP) Curriculum to divert girls from the juvenile justice system.
I recruited young women, provided direct service, developed and modified the curriculum, documented the girls' progress, and collaborated with similar organizations.
In addition I taught a reading course to aid students in improving their reading comprehension, and standardized test scores.
My responsibilities were to counsel incoming first year students who are admitted to SCSU APP summer scholarship program.
Students receive in-depth academic assessment, took classes and received the beginning of college life.
Presidential Award Recipient at St. Cloud State University for Outstanding Service Participated in a pilot Exchange Student Program at the University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Developed the annual Continental Breakfast for Family Day Weekend at Mankato State University Afrifest: The First Annual Pan African Festival in Minnesota Treasurer for African Student Association at St. Cloud State University Planned and participated in the African Student Association annual African Night program Developed the annual African Formal Night Recognition Diner at St. Cloud State University Choreographed dance pieces for Ebony Night & African Night programs at St. Cloud State University
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