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Highly dedicated educator with a broad range of experience in classroom management and spearheading group instruction to encourage and develop students at the elementary school level. Skilled in delivering quality lectures and integrating interactive exercises to reinforce and supplement curriculum objectives. Demonstrated success in guiding students towards success and overreaching curriculum goals.
Education and Certifications
Columbia College Bachelor of Arts: Education (Minor: Spanish and Psychology), Columbia, MO Texas Educator Certificate: Standard, Generalist (Grades EC to 6), June 2014 – August 2019 Texas Educator Certificate: One Year, Generalist (EC to 6), July 2013 – July 2014 Texas Educator Certificate: One Year, Generalist (4 to 8), July 2013 – July 2014
Classroom Management Group Instruction Lesson Planning Relationship Building Student Development Guidance and Mentorship
Warrenton Substitute Teacher San Antonio, TX San Antonio Independent School District (08/2012 – Current) North East Independent School District (02/2008 – Current) Utilize diverse teaching approaches and methodologies to deliver instruction to diverse student populations in accordance with established lesson plans and teaching standards. Prepare activities to supplement planned lessons and assignments. Create and maintain classroom environments promoting learning; engage students to reinforce group instruction and drive curriculum objectives. Explain expectations for behavior and learning in alignment with school and district policies. Coach students to facilitate completion of tasked assignments. 2nd Grade Teacher Warrenton, MO Warren County R-3 School District (Current) Spearhead group instruction and deliver lectures to students at an elementary level to develop academic, social, and other formative skills. Establish and enforce rules for behavior to maintain classroom order. Plan and execute activities to create balanced program consisting of instruction, demonstration, and work time to provide students opportunities for observation, investigation, and questions; prepared lesson plans in alignment with established education standards. Prepare, administer, and grade tests and assignments to evaluate student lesson comprehension and evaluate overall progress. Coordinate meetings with parents/guardians to discuss student progress, determine priorities for children, and define resource needs. Counsel students to address academic problems or special academic interests. Assistant to the CEO Nashville, TN Energy Command Corporation August 1997 to May 2001