teachers assistant resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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I have worked with children for 44 years, from Day Care, ages 2-12, One on One with Behavioral students, First Grade Assistant, and the past 15 years as an EC assistant ono on one, as well as conducting my own groups.

I truly love children, and thrive on teaching students to read., and meet their potental. I am highly motivated and work well with others.

I have also driven a school bus for the past 24 years having my own route, as well as driving for school field trips.

I will always strive to do my best at any task given. I look forward to the opportunity of working at Whiteville Primary!!

  • Student Motivation and Engagement
  • Lesson Planning
  • Positive Reinforcement
  • Student-Centered Learning
  • Curriculum Development
  • Online Teaching
  • Verbal and Written Communication
  • Relationship Building
  • Standardized Testing
  • Classroom Technology Implementation
  • Positive Learning Environment
  • Co-Teaching and Co-Planning
  • Classroom Safety Practices
  • SMART Board
  • Team Teaching and Collaboration
  • Parent Communication
  • Learning Assessments
Teacher’s Assistant, 08/2006 to Current
Foothills Park And Recreation DistrictLittleton, CO,
  • Prepared lesson materials, bulletin board displays, exhibits and demonstrations to assist teachers in classroom preparation.
  • Adapted teaching methods and materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Conducted special assessments and tutoring sessions to support individual student needs.
  • Organized student performance and enrichment activities to facilitate learning.
  • Tutored and assisted children individually and in small groups to help master assignments and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Supervised children and participated with children in activities.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators.
  • Provided individualized and small group support to reinforce classroom topics and promote student learning.
  • Helped students master learning concepts through one-on-one and small group tutoring.
  • Assisted teachers with lesson preparation and curriculum implementation.
  • Handled clerical duties, managed classrooms and coordinated documents for teachers.
  • Helped teachers with material generation, lesson plan development, class preparation, scheduling, exam distribution and student mentoring.
  • Worked one-on-one with special needs students to help navigate through school challenges.
Bus Driver, 08/2006 to Current
Rio TintoWilmington, CA,
  • Operated bus professionally and interacted with passengers to foster pleasant rides.
  • Performed pre-trip inspection and mechanical checks before scheduled run.
  • Followed schedules and routes to maintain timely arrivals and departures.
  • Helped disabled students board and exit bus.
  • Used navigation equipment and two-way radio while remaining focused on safety.
  • Completed accident and incident reports accurately and legibly at end of scheduled shifts.
  • Supported riders with disabilities by operating transportation assistance equipment.
Teacher’s Assistant, 10/1997 to 06/2006
North Country AcademyWoodland Hills, CA,
  • Built and strengthened positive relationships with students, parents and teaching staff.
  • Established and enforced rules for behavior and procedures to maintain order among students.
  • Engaged students and boosted understanding of material using focused instructional strategies and hands-on activities.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Created and enforced child-based, hands-on curriculum to promote student interest and receptive learning.
  • Managed student behavior in classroom by establishing and enforcing rules and procedures.
  • Prepared and maintained classroom environments appropriate for student learning and physical, social and emotional development.
  • Enforced discipline on campus and during off-campus school trips following code of conduct and student handbook.
  • Supervised students throughout day, both in classroom and outside during breaks.
  • Maintained safe, clean and organized classroom environment.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators.
  • Attended in-service training and professional development courses to stay on top of policy and education changes.
Technician, 08/1995 to 10/1997
Carolina Behavioral ServicesCity, STATE,
  • Assisted students in finding useful study methods to enhance academic performance.
  • Traveled to student's home or to another place of student's choice to conduct tutoring sessions.
  • Utilized listening and questioning strategies to diagnose student needs and monitor progress.
  • Met with students to clarify and review concepts taught in class and solve specific problems.
  • Collaborated with parents and teachers to determine student needs, develop tutoring plans and assess student progress.
  • Communicated student progress to students, parents, or teachers in written progress reports, in person, or by email.
  • Maintained records of students assessment results, progress, feedback and school performance.
  • Created and implemented individual lesson plans based on student learning styles.
Daycare Teacher, 06/1978 to 08/1995
Kiddie Korner DaycareCity, STATE,
  • Communicated with children's parents and guardians about daily activities, behaviors and problems.
  • Supervised circle time, free play, outside play and learning and developmental activities.
  • Taught children foundational skills in colors, shapes and letters.
  • Implemented hands-on, play-based strategies for experiential learning.
  • Controlled classroom environments with clearly outlined rules and positive reinforcement techniques.
  • Monitored children's play activities to identify additional learning opportunities or behavioral issues.
  • Enhanced sensory abilities by giving children access to numerous textures and shapes.
  • Read aloud and played alphabet games to encourage early literacy.
  • Introduced learning activities and imaginative play to teach children to explore.
  • Escorted children on outings and trips to promote enrichment and maintain safety.
  • Read stories to children and taught painting, drawing and crafts.
  • Maintained daily records of individual activities, behaviors, meals and naps.
  • Communicated with parents regularly to maintain student progress, schedule meetings and increase overall student happiness.
  • Observed children for signs of illness, injury, emotional disturbance, learning disorders and speech problems.
  • Introduced groups of 20 toddlers to multisensory activities through music, dance and stories to encourage exploration and spark curiosity.
  • Made healthy, well-balanced breakfasts and lunches for 30 children.
Education and Training
No Child Left Behind Work Keys Assessment Test: No Child Left Behind / Staff Development, Expected in 11/2002 to Richmond Community College - Hamlet, NC
GED: , Expected in 01/1990 to Richmond Community College - Hamlet, NC

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School Attended

  • Richmond Community College
  • Richmond Community College

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  • Bus Driver
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  • No Child Left Behind Work Keys Assessment Test
  • GED

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