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Special Education Teacher

Location:
Bay Shore, NY
Posted:
December 27, 2018

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Kimberly Habel-Boehm

Program Supervisor - Brookville Center For Children Services

Bay Shore, NY 11706

ac72d6@r.postjobfree.com

516-***-****

Dedicated, talented administrator and teaching professional able to motivate staff and students to create a stimulating learning environment that fosters academic achievement and personal growth. A warm and caring teacher who wants all children to be successful learners and works to create an atmosphere that is adaptive to the varied needs of students. CERTIFICATIONS:

PERMANENT:

Special education birth to age 21

Pre-k, Kindergarten, Grades 1-6

School District Leader

PROVISIONAL:

School Building Leader

Work Experience

Program Supervisor

Brookville Center For Children Services

August 2016 to Present

8/2016-Present

-Provide daily supervision of educational programs.

-Conduct day to day operations and staff utilization.

-Train all staff on safety requirements for: OCFS, DOH, DMH, and NYSED regulated programs.

-Conduct fire and playground safety in-service training.

-Conduct monthly fire drills and maintain appropriate documentation.

-Conduct quarterly bomb threat drills.

-Assist Director or designee as needed in meeting with school district representatives for annual site visit and recommend classification and placement information for the following school year.

-Meet monthly with assigned Special Educators and Childcare staff.

-Conduct performance appraisals for assigned staff.

-Establish and maintain appropriate and effective communication with parents of students.

-Conduct routine safety inspections of classrooms and school building.

-Coordinate with maintenance department for any emergency repairs.

-Conduct screenings for incoming students.

-Conduct daycare tours.

-Complete yearly Block Grant applications for SUNY.

-Complete weekly and quarterly board reports.

-Perform other tasks and assume other responsibilities as assigned by the director.

-Maintain relationships with SUNY college staff.

Brentwood UFSD Administrative Intern

UFSD

March 2016 to August 2016

Elementary School Administrative Intern

-Work with principal, staff and parents on strategies that assist in continuously improving student achievement and instruction. -Assist in providing professional leadership to organize, administer, and provide support for a creative school program. -Assist in establishing an optimal learning environment within the school. -Assist in establishing a positive learning environment and respond to the individual needs of students. -Communicate and work effectively and constructively with members of the school district and community. -React to change and frequent interruptions in a productive and positive manner, meeting deadlines as assigned. -Work to implement the vision and mission of the District.

-Work with technology/computer systems especially as they relate to the teaching and learning process. -Supervise, direct, motivate, and collaborate with the building principal to improve teaching and learning within the school. -Work independently and without supervision, and complete work in an efficient manner. -Support the functions of the school including student discipline and other supervisory duties as assigned by the principal. -Assist the principal and administrative team in the overall administration of the school. -Keep current on changes and developments in the profession by attending professional meetings, reading professional journals and other publications, and discussing concerns of mutual interest with others in the field. -Attend extracurricular activities scheduled during the day or in the evening. -Instill and promote quality instructional programs in the school and to ensure high levels of achievement from all students. -Perform other tasks and assume other responsibilities as assigned by the principal.

Special Education Itinerant Teacher

Hagedorn Little Village School

February 2016 to August 2016

Responsible for providing special education services to preschool age students in their home or preschool setting.

Special Education Teacher

Alternatives for Children

December 2012 to February 2016

Responsible for the overall classroom management and instruction of a class of preschool students enrolled in preschool program.

-Prepare daily lesson plans and classroom activities to teach basic pre-reading, language, science and math concepts while promoting the development of social, emotional, and cognitive skills.

-Adapt curriculum content and lessons to address the diverse range of developmental levels of each student; utilize differentiated instructional strategies to support each student's learning style.

-Implement various hands-on activities and manipulatives, as well as dramatic play, to demonstrate basic academic concepts and encourage student interest.

-Perform annual reviews using both formal and informal assessments to determine student progress and devise IEP goals; participate in CPSE/CSE meetings.

-Conduct team meetings with professional support staff to review student progress, modify goals, and devise effective behavioral management strategies.

-Plan cooperative-based activities to encourage student participation and positive classroom behaviors and socialization skills.

-Supervise teacher assistants and 1:1 aides.

Ongoing Service Coordinator for Early Intervention Kids In Action

April 2011 to January 2015

Early Intervention Special Education provider.

Special Education Teacher

Kids In Action

November 2011 to April 2013

Responsible for providing early intervention special education services. Social Skills Group Leader

Babylon Youth Group

January 2009 to March 2013

Responsible for working collaboratively to teach social skills to children age 6-9 years old diagnosed with Autism.

Social Skills Group Leader

Babylon Youth Group

November 2009 to January 2010

7th and 8th Special Education Self-Contained Social Studies and Science Responsible for daily lesson plans, testing, progress reports and annual review. Special Education Teacher

Kramer Learning Center

September 2001 to December 2008

Responsible for the overall classroom management and instruction of a class of preschool students enrolled in preschool program.

-Prepare daily lesson plans and classroom activities to teach basic pre-reading, language, science and math concepts while promoting the development of social, emotional, and cognitive skills.

-Adapt curriculum content and lessons to address the diverse range of developmental levels of each student; utilize differentiated instructional strategies to support each student's learning style.

-Implement various hands-on activities and manipulatives, as well as dramatic play, to demonstrate basic academic concepts and encourage student interest.

-Perform annual reviews using both formal and informal assessments to determine student progress and devise IEP goals; participate in CPSE/CSE meetings.

-Conduct team meetings with professional support staff to review student progress, modify goals, and devise effective behavioral management strategies.

-Plan cooperative-based activities to encourage student participation and positive classroom behaviors and socialization skills.

-Administer the Brigance Inventory of Basic Skills and Preschool Evaluation Scale to evaluate student progress and the need for additional support services; conduct parent-teacher conferences as necessary.

-Provide ABA services to children with Autism.

-Coordinate Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program.

-Provide Special Education Itinerant services.

TEACHER ASSISTANT

Kramer Learning Center

October 1998 to September 2001

Provided teaching support and assistance on both an individual and whole group basis for a Pre- school self-contained and inclusion class of 10 students; worked collaboratively with special education teachers in the development and implementation of lesson plans. SUBSTITUTE TEACHER

West Islip, NY

1998 to 1998

Substitute in grades K-12 as needed.

Education

Business

CITE College of Saint Rose - Hauppauge, NY

October 2015 to 2016

Associates in Arts in History

SUNY Farmingdale - Farmingdale, NY

May 1995

Board Certified

Florida Institute of Technology - Brentwood, NY

Master of Science in Special Education in Special Education St. Joseph's College - Patchogue, NY

Skills

MICROSOFT WORD, WORD

Additional Information

Skills/Activities

Technology: Microsoft Word, IEP Direct



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