Audra M. Jones
Bellflower, CA 90706
OBJECTIVE: Infant/Toddler Teacher in an Early Childhood Education Setting
HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
• 16 units of Early Childhood Education Classes
• Experience as an infant toddler teacher
• Experience as a licensed child care provider
• CPR/First Aid/Health and Safety Certified
Long Beach City College, CA
Completed 56 combined college units in General Education and Early Childhood Education
Courses Completed in Early Childhood:
CDECE1 – The Developing Professional, CDECE 41 – Infant/Toddler Development and Educaring, CDECE 47 – Human Development, CDECE 48 – Child, Family and Community, CDECE 53 – Principles and Practices, CDECE 66 – Preschool Observation and Assessment
Infant/Toddler Teacher, Christ Lutheran Preschool, September 2013 – present
I implement daily routines and activities. I undertake appropriate creative and educational activities for children. I assign tasks to assistants. Prepare meals and snacks for children as well as clean and wash up after children’s meals. Lastly I communicate with families about their children’s milestones and daily schedules.
Infant Toddler Teacher, Coast Christian School, Aug 2011 – January 2013
Plan, organize, and implement individual and group instructional activities. Coordinate with all other staff in a team approach. Demonstrate excellent customer service to children and families. Provide nurturing, support, and inclusive approach to all children. Ensure that the children needs are met at all time.
Program Leader, YMCA WRAP Program, LB Unified School Dis., June 2010 – Dec 2012
I supervised twenty 2nd and 3rd grade students in the YMCA WRAP program. Organized games and activities. Assisted in implementing and planning lessons. Assisted with homework and class lessons.
Licensed Child Care Provider, Cradle to Crayons Day Care, CA Feb 2007 – June 2010
Operated a licensed child care business by keeping state paperwork updated, files organized, and ensuring my house was safety proof and clean. I provided excellent nurturing care to toddlers and infants and created strong communication with families.