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Shari Husain
22 Notebook Road, San Antonio, TX 78232 Home: 210-000-0000 shusain@coldmail.com


Professional Summary


Enthusiastic, dedicated and multifaceted professional, able to work with students of all learning styles, disabilities, economic and ethnic backgrounds, poised to excel in a challenging special education teaching position. Demonstrated ability to deliver unparalleled student care, improving processes, analyzing complex issues while developing viable solutions, and managing/motivating students. 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 student learning experiences and maximizing individual contributions.


Experience
Trainer/Technician June 2005 to May 2014 Consumer Electronics Inc San Antonio, TX Conducted technical training for individuals and small groups on how to utilize technology depending on their preferred learning style and cognitive levels. Provided first contact for deaf customers who required instructions in sign language. Delivered in-home technical training for individuals with disabilities. Special Education Teacher August 2002 to May 2005 Churchill High School San Antonio, TX Co-taught biology classes and assisted all students in learning important concepts in preparation for state assessments. Modified IPC and biology lesson plans for 10th through 12th grade students for IPC lab class. Co-taught IPC classes and assisted new teachers in reaching IEP goals for special education students. Modified homework assignments and assessments for students with learning disabilities.



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