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Dedicated, multifaceted professional with strong creative, organizational, interpersonal, and communication talents, poised to excel in a challenging position in child development. Demonstrated ability to deliver unparalleled child care, improving processes, analyzing complex issues while developing viable solutions, and managing/motivating children. Caring and compassionate, with proven ability to form strong relationships and gain trust of colleagues and students at all levels. Dynamic approach to teaching; enjoy challenging young minds and nurturing talents. Creative thinker, with extensive organizational and motivational skills; experience in planning and implementing innovative curricula and teaching programs. Ability to cultivate positive, harmonious environments, promoting a spirit of teamwork and idea-sharing while optimizing child learning experiences and maximizing individual contributions.
CLASS Reliable, 2010 – Present CLASS Overview Trainer Developed Self-Assessment Program for Organization Revised Organization’s Local Plans
Education Coordinator July 2008 to Current WBC Opportunities Head Georgetown, TX Provide support to staff as needed to implement Head Start performance standards, program objectives, and ensure high quality services. Promote safety in the workplace in accordance with health and safety manual. Assist with evaluation of teachers and assistants to ensure that component goals and objectives are monitored and achieved. Conduct regular visits of Head Start centers to observe classroom activities, provide on-site consultation, and determine training needs of educational personnel. Coordinate and provide resources for education and disability content areas. Ensure compliance with ADA and IDEA regulations. Participate in Quarterly Review of Services (QRS), Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP), Individual Learning Plans (ILP) and Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings. Drive attainment of performance standards and procedures for developing and implementing successful program. Early Head Start Teacher July 2007 to July 2008 Bagdad Head Start Leander, TX Maintained clean and safe work area, classroom, gross motor and playground areas. Attended staff and parent meetings, and performed home visits for families in the classroom. Planned and prepared daily activities. Coordinated and trained volunteers for classroom, playground and field trips. Encouraged parents to provide input into daily curriculum and lesson plans, and completed physical, dental and health screenings and follow up in a timely manner Implemented child’s Individual Family Service Plan and Individual Learning Plan into classroom activities. Customized activities to meet needs of each child. Maintained computerized reports and documentation.