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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Education
Bachelors Degree: Early Childhood Education, Expected in 05/2024
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Post University - Waterbury, CT
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High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2008
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Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School - Fitchburg, MA
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Professional Summary

Passionate Teaching Assistant offering 1-year background working with students at elementary and middle school levels. Skilled in assisting teachers with classroom functions, lesson planning and individual and group instruction. Talented in using various strategies to model positive behavior and maintain classroom discipline. Dedicated Teaching Assistant focused on supporting faculty with classroom needs. Successful at maintaining clean and organized supplies, planning activities and leading field trips. Excellent tutor, record keeper and multitasker. Enthusiastic Teaching Assistant with significant classroom experience and dedication to student success. Helps teachers manage high workloads and demanding targets by handling diverse support tasks. Great with students and excels at multitasking. Responsible Teaching Assistant offers record of success in helping students and teachers. Versed in classroom activities, small group instruction and recordkeeping. Brings top-notch organizational and multitasking abilities with excellent computer skills. Organized and dependable candidate successful at managing multiple priorities with a positive attitude. Willingness to take on added responsibilities to meet team goals. To seek and maintain full-time position that offers professional challenges utilizing interpersonal skills, excellent time management and problem-solving skills. Reliable employee seeking a Full-Time position. Offering excellent communication and good judgment.

Accomplishments
  • Earned certification in Teaching Assistant Level 1.
  • Observed students and documented social, emotional, motor skill and intellectual developments.
  • Coordinated with lead teacher to create age-appropriate lesson plans for students with special needs.
Skills
  • Curriculum-Based Lessons
  • Student Behavior and Progress Reporting
  • Teacher Assistance
  • Organizational and Planning Skills
  • Collaborative and Team-Oriented
  • Enthusiasm for Students and Teaching
  • Creating Safe Learning Environment
  • Coordinating with Teachers and Specialists
  • Educational Strategies
  • Daycare Management
  • Positive Reinforcement Methods
  • School Policy and Rules Enforcement
  • Supervising Classroom Activities
  • Changing Diapers
  • Documenting Behaviors
  • Communicating with Parents and Teachers
  • Small Group Support and Assistance
  • Organizing and Distributing Materials
  • Lessons and Activities
  • Appropriate Age Group Experience
  • Instructing Small Groups
  • Child Development Associate Certification
  • Playground Safety
  • Toddler-Preschool Age-Group Experience
  • State Certification and Accreditation
  • Conflict Management
  • Caring and Empathetic Demeanor
  • Documentation Management
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • Early Childhood Training
  • Lunchtime Assistance
  • Nonviolent Intervention
  • Snack Preparation
  • Developing Social Skills
  • Behavioral Corrections
Work History
Teacher's Aide, 09/2021 - 06/2022
Pala Band Of Mission Indians Pala, CA,
  • Supported student learning objectives through personalized and small group assistance.
  • Assisted teachers with classroom management and document coordination to maintain positive learning environment.
  • Assisted teachers with supervision and care of group of 19 children.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development using classroom games and activities.
  • Delivered personalized educational, behavioral and emotional support to individual students to enable positive learning outcomes.
  • Distributed learning materials such as worksheets, textbooks and supplemental activities.
  • Set up visual aids, equipment and classroom displays to support teacher's lesson delivery.
  • Completed daily reports, meal count sheets and attendance logs.
  • Took daily attendance, notifying classroom teacher immediately of student absences.
  • Participated in professional development opportunities and attended in-services and seminars.
  • Took attendance, graded assignments and maintained student records to assist teachers with administrative tasks and maintain smooth daily operations.
  • Used behavior modeling and specialized teaching techniques to share and reinforce social skills.
Stocker, 01/2020 - 06/2020
Ollie's Bargain Outlet Horsham, PA,
  • Placed products in correct storage locations to keep stock areas organized and inventory counts accurate.
  • Performed inventory control, such as counting and stocking merchandise.
  • Greeted customers and directed to requested products.
  • Rotated stock correctly to prevent out-of-date products and removed aging items from main shelving to build special promotional displays.
  • Answered customer questions and provided detailed product information.
  • Helped customers locate desired items and transfer oversized items to vehicles.
  • Maintained effective team member communication.
  • Consistently lifted materials weighing as much as 50 pounds.
  • Checked packages and merchandise for damage and notified vendors.
  • Removed debris and packaging from boxes and separated for recycling or disposal.
  • Blocked and faced products on displays and shelves in accordance with company policy.
  • Changed sales floor signs to show current pricing and support product promotions.
Shift Leader, 11/2017 - 12/2019
Oberweis Dairy Bolingbrook, IL,
  • Trained new employees and delegated daily tasks and responsibilities.
  • Resolved customer complaints and issues and offered thoughtful solutions to maintain customer satisfaction.
  • Maintained clean and well-organized production areas to avoid violations or unnecessary work delays due to hazards or inefficient layouts.
  • Delivered superior training and leadership to teams to boost performance and help team members achieve performance targets.
  • Enforced company policies and regulations with employees.
  • Evaluated employee skills and knowledge regularly, training and mentoring individuals with lagging skills.
  • Prepared shift summary reports for supervisor and communicated regularly on goals and progress.
  • Regulated pricing, inventory count and supply during shift hours.
  • Identified team weak points and implemented corrective actions to resolve concerns.
  • Rotated merchandise and displays to feature new products and promotions.
  • Created successful work schedules for each team member to maintain deadlines and fully staff shifts.
  • Established team priorities, maintained schedules and monitored performance.
  • Maintained professional demeanor by staying calm when addressing unhappy or angry customers.
  • Effectively supervised staff of 8 personnel by implementing company policies, protocols, work rules and disciplinary action.
Nanny, 01/2011 - 02/2013
2 Fellas & A Big Vehicle Broken Arrow, OK,
  • Supported children in play activities, meals and snacks, hygiene and socialization.
  • Assisted with light housekeeping duties as well as running errands.
  • Organized and cleaned home after activities by picking up toys and straightening up play room.
  • Built positive and nurturing environments to support child social and emotional growth.
  • Prepared tasty, healthy meals for children to encourage good eating habits.
  • Played games, worked on puzzles and read books to young children.
  • Engaged with children on age-appropriate level.
  • Taught children everyday skills and language.
  • Bathed, dressed and helped with teeth brushing as part of bedtime preparation.
  • Monitored schedules to maintain sleeping, eating and school schedules for children.
  • Developed games and activities using arts and crafts to support learning and verbal skills.
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Worked with parents to develop and implement discipline programs to promote positive behavior.
  • Assisted children in dressing appropriately for day's activities.
  • Involved children in caring for household pets and chores.
  • Coordinated field trips to local parks, fire stations and zoos.
Certifications
  • Certified Teaching Assistant, Level 1 Certification - Date Issued:6/10/2022 Exp. Date: 8/31/2025
  • DASA Training - 11/21/2021
  • SAVE Training - 11/17/0221
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Additional Information

I am the oldest of four children, ages being 32, 28, 26, and lastly 23. I was relied on by my younger siblings and looked up to. My later childhood was spent being a babysitter, and then working full time with people from ages 16 to 60. I am able to think fast on my feet, resolve conflict, and I am incredibly passionate about certain things such as children and their well-being. Much like a salesman, I am very intricate and precise with my words and don't usually sugarcoat things. My mother has always told me “you could sell snow to an Eskimo if you had to!” and it was not until later in my life that I understood how important a quality like that can be. Shortly after getting married, I was a full-time nanny for a family of two children, and then for a family of 3 children in Alaska. Coming up with creative ideas to encourage the children's imaginations was my specialty. I am now a mother of three, a six and a half year old son, and almost five year old twins so I am not even sure that I can adequately define the word 'rest'. I have spent this past school year in a Benchmark Pre-K classroom while furthering my education (I will have my associate degree in ECE in late December of 2022) and could not be more grateful. I look forward to going into work and seeing the students of the classroom I was placed in. I know that for me, during those ages, and all through high school, there was always one teacher that made a difference for me, and sometimes that is all a student needs. Just one, one person to stand in their corner, educationally or otherwise, to be a hand to help and guide if need-be. That is why I took that job and decided to re-enroll myself in college and transfer my credits. I want to be the teacher that all of mine were for me, one who supports and encourages without fail.


In working with students, an educator, assistant educator, or classroom aid must be patient, kind, understanding, have an open mind, and be willing to be flexible at the drop of a hat. Children need encouragement when learning to develop their educational skills. Children need to feel comfortable within their classrooms, and around their teachers in order to feel safe and secure. Patience is an absolute must. Not all children are cut from the same cloth, nor do they all learn materials presented to them in the same way. Some may need a little more assistance, or a more hands on experience to completely understand the lessons or activities being taught. Observing children's abilities and strengths will allow teachers to develop techniques to help them in areas that they may struggle with. I believe Rita Pierson said it best when she stated “Every child deserves a champion: an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection and insists they become the best they can possibly be.”


When it comes to a grouping of children in any age, there are bound to be issues and problems that will arise. Whether it be cutting in line, not sharing materials in the classroom, or saying unkind words to one another. A major point in solving and preventing issues from continuing in a classroom is words. Children need to be taught that they can speak up when they do not like something, or when something bothers them. Children need to be encouraged to use their words in relation to what they are currently feeling and overcome the problem. In a classroom, I would encourage students to be vocal with their peers when problems arise. If a student hurt another's feelings by telling them they cannot play with them, I would encourage him or her to use their words to tell their friend that it is not kind to say things like that about classroom friends and explain how everyone can play together and share materials, activities, and space. Some students have also been known to get too overwhelmed, or just have a bad day. In those cases, during choice time, quiet time, or anything of the like, I would encourage that student to take a moment and draw what they are feeling and encourage them to talk about it so that we can work through it together. There are also times when students feed off of one another, rambunctious matches rambunctious, and talkative matches talkative. In these circumstances, it is important to change the dynamic of small groups and choice time so less interruptions are made throughout the day and the children who tend to be too exuberant can learn and mimic the behaviors that they see from their peers.





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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Post University
  • Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School

Job Titles Held:

  • Teacher's Aide
  • Stocker
  • Shift Leader
  • Nanny

Degrees

  • Bachelors Degree
  • High School Diploma

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