Tutorial Teacher resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Inquisitive Private Tutor committed to promoting student confidence and academic success through hands-on tutoring and individualized support. Skillful in sharing knowledge and concepts with students. Strong communication and planning skills. Enthusiastic tutoring professional motivated to support students. Ready to build confidence and skills in struggling learners. Friendly, personable and compassionate. Skilled Tutor adept at teaching diverse students how to learn and retain information to improve test scores and academic success. Driven to give students confidence to improve performance from within. Collaborative and decisive leader. Sharp professional offers positive, supportive assistance to students in various subjects. Engaging, upbeat personality coupled with problem solving and creative writing talents. Interested in helping students reach potential and accelerate learning. Flexible hard worker ready to learn and contribute to team success. Organized and motivated employee eager to apply time management and organizational skills in various environments. Seeking entry-level opportunities to expand skills while facilitating company growth. Dedicated employee known for punctuality, pursuing employment options where good customer service and positive attitude will make a difference.

  • Student motivation
  • Confidence building
  • Flexible working hours
  • Activity-based learning
  • Foundational knowledge
  • Innovative teaching methods
  • Learning techniques
  • Personalized learning plans
  • Reading comprehension
  • Creative writing
  • Punctual
  • Writing tutoring
  • Concept explanation techniques
  • Follow through
  • Test preparation
  • Inspiring communication
  • Small group reading instruction
  • Creative thinking
  • Online tutoring
  • Essay writing
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Friendly and personable
Tutorial Teacher, 05/2020 - Current
Contra Costa County Office Of Education Pleasant Hill, CA,
  • Assisted students in finding useful study methods to enhance academic performance.
  • Creating comfortable tutoring environment conducive to learning.
  • Provided one-on-one and group tutoring instruction for over 10 students.
  • Provided one-on-one and group tutoring instruction for over [Number] students.
  • Enabled students to improve reading and writing skills through effective teaching of comprehension tactics.
  • Prepared for tutoring appointments by learning about key topics and planning out structured activities.
  • Developed training materials, such as handouts, study materials and quizzes.
  • Worked closely with students in grades one through five, helping to develop math and essay writing skills.
  • Traveled to students' homes, libraries and schools to conduct tutoring sessions.
  • Met with parents and guardians on regular basis to deliver progress reports and discuss areas for further improvement.
  • Provided test preparation support for routine, standardized and college entrance examinations.
  • Quizzed students on learning materials and used special techniques to help in subject matter recall.
  • Offered students personalized educational, behavioral and emotional support.
  • Coached students through challenging material with positive reinforcement and encouragement.
  • Read class materials and topics to prepare for tutoring sessions.
  • Engaged students and made lessons entertaining to hold interest and encourage learning.
  • Encouraged critical thinking to challenge and probe students to think outside of box.
  • Prepared visual aids, equipment and classroom displays to foster learning.
  • Outlined unique lessons to fit individual needs in skill building and instruction on each subject.
Substitute Teacher, 09/2000 - 05/2019
Shelby County School District Memphis, TN,
  • Enforced classroom routines to keep students on schedule and operating at consistent level.
  • Implemented lesson plans assigned by classroom teacher to educate students about key concepts.
  • Provided notes and reports on school day activities to primary teacher.
  • Requested as substitute teacher based on excellent referrals and trusted performance.
  • Engaged students in discussions to promote interest and drive learning.
  • Educated students in various subjects to provide seamless transition during absence of head teacher.
  • Helped students build learning and study skills to achieve educational goals.
  • Engaged students and boosted understanding of material using focused instructional strategies and hands-on activities.
  • Reported problem students to principal to maintain control of classroom.
  • Oversaw pop quizzes, material exams and standardized tests to facilitate instruction.
  • Stayed up to date with current regional curriculums to maintain readiness for long- and short-term substitute jobs.
  • Studied various school subjects to better understand content and assist with projects and assignments.
  • Proctored standardized tests by adhering to strict requirements while completing student records.
  • Facilitated activities and discussions to improve retention of course concepts.
  • Delivered academic assistance to students and study aids to improve course material comprehension.
  • Coordinated and provided leadership for supplemental sessions.
  • Taught reading, language arts, mathematics and other subjects utilizing course of study adopted by Board of Education.
  • Mentored, tutored and instructed students after school and during planning times.
  • Taught students during teacher absences and kept up with lesson plans and student assignments.
Classroom Teacher, 07/1969 - 06/2000
Francis Howell School District City, STATE,
  • Maintained positive classroom environments by reinforcing rules for behavior and relationship-building actions.
  • Maintained safe, clean, and organized classroom environment.
  • Attended in-service training and professional development courses to stay on top of policy and education changes.
  • Involved parents in student education by cultivating strong relationships.
  • Taught students subject-specific material, learning strategies and social skills.
  • Established and communicated clear learning objectives to foster student progress and academic performance.
  • Offered hands-on learning opportunities to develop student self-esteem and life skills.
  • Instructed students in standardized subjects as well as general learning strategies and skills for social development and character.
  • Administered and graded class tests to evaluate student progress and comprehension.
  • Explored foundational learning concepts with students through hands-on activities, videos and class discussions.
  • Helped students learn to persevere with challenging tasks and build resilience for later educational efforts.
  • Administered tests and assessed results to evaluate student understanding of material.
  • Oversaw class field trips to keep students safe and educate about related topics.
  • Referred to district standards to plan lessons and prepare students to take standardized assessments.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Brought in purchased and donated materials to round out supplies for classroom activities.
  • Met with parents to communicate students' progress, achievements and classroom issues.
  • Participated in professional development workshops during academic school year and summer.
  • Identified student needs and collaborated with faculty to resolve social, cognitive or behavioral challenges.
  • Translated lesson plans into learning experiences and routinely evaluated student progress and social development.
  • Established and enforced classroom rules and requirements and informed students and parents of school policies and procedures.
  • Delivered instruction to students in all subjects, including Mathematics and Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking.
Education and Training
B.S: Elementary Education, Expected in 06/1969
HISTORY Truman State University, - Kirksville, Missouri,
Master’s Degree: Education, Expected in 06/1989
Lindenwood University, Saint Charles, Missouri, KU - Saint Charles, Missouri,
  • CLASSROOM TEACHER and SUBSTITUTE TEACHER, Francis Howell School District: St.
  • Charles County, Missouri, 20+ years.
  • Plan, implement and evaluate instructional goals.
  • Excellent communication skills with fellow educators, administrators, parents and students.
  • Knowledge of curriculum and execution of methodologies pertaining to classroom, district and state standards.
  • Awareness of current trends in teaching by accomplishing post-graduate work and mentoring two individuals to pass state certification test.
Additional Information
  • + years Put into place the foundation of an innovative program for children Researched online and print media and wrote curriculum Organized and inventoried supplies and materials Monitored and evaluated student instruction Served on regional committee to present to a national forum
Activities and Honors
  • Member of Missouri State Teachers Association, National Education Association, International Reading Association, school Professional Development Committee, and District Professional Development Committee, member of Sigma Kappa Sorority, member of Elementary Majors Chorus.
  • Member, Alumni Association of Cleveland High School in Saint Louis, Missouri, member of New Hope Presbyterian Church in Saint Charles, Missouri at which I was part of a group to develop a new paradigm for instruction called the rotation model for Christian Education. The paradigm was based on intervals of time, usually three or four weeks to six weeks that were centered around certain scriptural themes or Biblical characters. Many times the highlight of the various rotations or themes was a culminating activity, one of which was a Purim festival with the participation of a rabbi and the preparation of a Jewish meal. There were many other activities that were well received by children and adults. Instruction was for children, and adults were sometimes parents and other adults who volunteered to help with the process.
  • Certified Classroom Teacher, grades K-12 lifetime certification.
  • Elementary Education Training - 1969
  • Certified Classroom teacher for the state of Missouri, granted upon receipt of B.S. in Education degree in 1969
  • Classroom Teacher 1969
  • Certification in Education, grades K-12, lifetime certification granted by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in the state of Missouri in 1969

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  • HISTORY Truman State University,
  • Lindenwood University, Saint Charles, Missouri, KU

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