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Education Teacher

Location:
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Salary:
35,000
Posted:
December 21, 2019

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RESUME

MAIRA IVET FELICIANO ROSADO

Address: Elena Segarra Street #154

Sector El Maní, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, 00682

Phone: 787-***-**** / 787-***-**** / 786-***-****

Religion: 7th Day Adventist and Sabbath-Keeper.

Professional Objective:

Develop and implement strategies that help the academic institution to grow and achieve its objectives. Provide alternative students to help them with their academic and personal growth, according to their learning style and making the teaching curriculum accessible to students with disabilities.

Academic Preparation:

2016 – July 28, 2016 - Master of Arts in Education in ADMINISTRATION AND SCHOOL

SUPERVISION of the Adventist University of the Antilles, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico (hereinafter P.R.).

2011 - June 12, 2011 - JURIS DOCTOR of the Law School Eugenio María de Hostos of

Mayagüez, P.R. (disappeared today); without still revalidating the degree.

1997 – May 29, 1997 - Master of Arts in Education in ORIENTATION AND COUNSELING of

the Inter-American University of San Germán, P.R.

1992 – May 24, 1992 - Bachelor of Arts in ELEMENTAL EDUCATION, from the Adventist

University of the Antilles, Mayagüez, P.R.

Professional Licenses:

SCHOOL DIRECTOR K-12, license granted by the Department of Education of P.R., since

February 14, 2019, which expires on February 14 of 2025. Registration Number: 1059360

SCHOOL GUIDANCE license granted by the Department of Education of Puerto Rico, with

Lifetime license since August 10, 2010. Registration Number: 956358

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION TEACHER, license granted by the Department of Education of

P.R., since May 15, 2016, which expires May 15, 2022. Registration Number: 1031696

Work Experience:

2001 - 2014 – School Counselor of the Vocational Higher School Dr. Pedro Perea Fajardo de Mayagüez, from the P.R.

2001 - 2002- School Counselor in the night program for adults who do not they had

completed the fourth (4th) year of high school, conducive to providing free exams, under the federal proposal that I presented and supervised in the Second Unit School (hereinafter S.U.) Playa de Añasco, P.R. (closed today); in unison with the federal proposal for Illiterate Adults. The latter was approved but could not be carried out due to a shortage of participants willing to be classified as illiterate in their community. In such projects I was delegated the task of supervising teachers and maintaining discipline.

1999 - 2001 - School Counselor of the S.U. Añasco Beach, P.R. (Closed Today), from the

Department of Education of P.R., serving students in grades K-9.

1998 – 1999 – Service Coordinator at the shelter for victims of Hurricane George under

the federal program Z-Enterprises, in alliance with the Administration of the Municipality of Mayagüez, after the Emergency of Hurricane George that passed through P.R. on September 21, 1998.

1998 – August to September – Bible teacher from seventh (7th) to ninth grades (9th) and,

in turn, Master of Health and Domestic Economics from the tenth (10th) to the twelfth (12th) grades at the Western Adventist Academy, in the Cuba Sector of Mayagüez, which belongs to the Western Adventist Association of Puerto Rico. I submitted my resignation, without requesting the settlement, to work in the P.R. as a School Counselor, as of August 1999, after obtaining the Master's Degree in Guidance and School Counseling in June 1997.

1992 - 1997 - First (1st) Grade Teacher at the Western Adventist Academy, in the Sector

Cuba de Mayagüez, which belongs to the Western Adventist Association of P.R.

1992 - January to March - Teacher Substitute for Teacher Pregnancy in Kindergarten

Property, and a Multigrade of Second (2nd) and Third (3rd) Grade, at the Southwest Adventist Academy of Sabana Grande, which belongs to the Western Adventist Association of P.R.

1992 - March-May - Substitute Teacher for Pregnancy of a Teacher in Property of the

First (1st) Grade and Infant Care of the Habacuc Pentecostal Academy, Pilar DeFilló Street # 110, Mayagüez, P.R.

1989-1990 (approximately) - summer - Master of Crafts Head Star Pre-school Program,

with federal funds, under the supervision of the Municipality of Mayagüez, P.R.

Important Note: I have worked at all school levels from 0 grade, Pre-pre, Pre-Kinder, to

K-12mo. In all of these school grades, I worked with students with disabilities by making the teaching curriculum accessible and integrating them into educational activities.

Continuing Education:

2019 - July 10, 2019 - July 10, 2021 - Pro CPR, by ProTrainings, “First Aid Only”, this

certification includes the following objective and is consistent with national consensus 2015 ECC / ILCOR and American Heart Association Guideline.

2014 - March 3, 2014 - Continuing education course entitled “Management Attention

Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder”, offered by the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez University Campus (hereinafter R.U.M.), in the Department of Nursing, Continuing Education Program A-0002, 4 hrs. Contact. Profession Code 18, Category I, Code 156775.

March 28, 2014 - Continuing Education Course entitled “Sexual Assault Children: Public Health Problems”, offered by the University of Puerto Rico, R.U.M., in the Department of Nursing, Continuing Education Program, 3 hrs. Contact. Profession Code 18, Category I, Code 157644.

May 21, 2014 – Continuing education course entitled “Addictive Behaviors and Occupational Health”, offered by the Division of Continuing Education and Training of Columbia, of the University Center of Caguas, P.R., 4 hrs. Contact. Code 153535M-18.

May 21, 2014 – Continuing education course entitled "HIPPA Law and its Recent Amendments", offered by the Division of Continuing Education and Training of Columbia, of the University Center of Caguas, P.R., 4 hrs. contact. Code 156784 M-18.

August 12, 2014 - Continuing education course entitled “Infection Control: Hepatitis, HIV and Tuberculosis”, offered by the University of Puerto Rico, R.U.M., under the Continuing Education Program of the Department of Nursing, 4 hrs. contact, Profession Code 18, Category I, Code 158659.

2013 - November 14, 2013 - Continuing education course entitled: "World Challenge of

the Century: Obesity and Morbid Obesity", offered by the University of Puerto Rico, R.U.M., under the Program of Continuing Education of the Department of Nursing, 4 hrs. Contact. Profession Code 18, Category I, Code 156679.

December 5, 2013 - Continuing education course entitled: Update and Suicide Education, offered by the University of Puerto Rico, R.U.M., under the Continuing Education Program of the Department of Nursing, 4 hrs. Contact. Profession Code 18, Category I, Code 156558.

2012 – January 17, 2012 – I attended the conference entitled: “Commemoration Births

Arturo Alfonso Schomburg and Martin Luther King”, in the Félix Ochoteco Room, offered by the Commission to Promote Racial Equality of the P.R.

April 2, 2012 - Continuing education course entitled "Academic Performance:

Intervention and Key Elementary Strategies", offered by the Graduate School of Public Health, Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, 6 hrs. Contact. Category 1, Code 145043-18, UEC .06, Supplier 00004.

April 13, 2012 - Continuing education course entitled “Controversies of the New Criminal Code of Proposed Puerto Rico and its Impact on Criminal Litigation”, for the Microjuris.com Company, 4 hrs. Credit and face-to-face. Code of PEN-2011-321 approval.

May 9, 2012 - Continuing education course entitled: “Strategies for the Effective Integration of Parents in the Education of their Children”, Offered by the School Graduate of Public Health, Division of Continuing Education and Studies Professionals, 6 hrs. Contact, Category 1, Code 145041-18, UEC .06, Supplier 00004.

2011– February 17, 2011–I attended the “XXIII University Education Symposium Sexual”,

consisting of 6 units of continuing education, which was carried out at the University of Puerto Rico, Cayey University Campus, under the direction of the Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies. Supplier Number: 00030, Code: 133146, Profession Number: 18.

February 25, 2011- Continuing education course entitled “Aggressor Profiles”, Offered by the Graduate School of Public Health, Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, 3 hrs. Contact, Category 1, Code 133172-18, UEC .03, Supplier 00004.

March 4, 2011- Continuing education course entitled “Mental Health Counseling”, Offered by the Central University of Bayamón, Division of Continuing Education, Code 121121, Profession Code: 18, Face-to-face Category, 4 hrs. Contact, Supplier Number: 00027.

April 15, 2011 - Continuing education course entitled “Knowing and Applying the DSM-IV Criteria: As a Tool for Counseling”, at the Luis A. Ferré Aguayo Museum of the Próceres, Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico, Offered by the Graduate School of Public Health, Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, 6 hrs. Contact, Category 1, Code 136766-18, UEC .06, Supplier 00004.

April 29, 2011 - Continuing education course entitled “Prevention of Sexual Assault”, Offered by the Offered by the Graduate School of Public Health, Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, 6 hrs. Contact, Category 1, Code 133174-18, UEC .03, Supplier 00004.

May 13, 2011 - Continuing education course entitled “Guide for the Management and Documentation of the School Counseling Record”, offered by the Graduate School of Public Health, Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, 6 hrs. Contact, Category 1, Code 136774-18, UEC .06, Supplier 00004.

May 20, 2011 - Continuing education course entitled “Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse, Offered by the Graduate School of Public Health”, Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, 6 hrs. Contact, Category 1, Code 145043-18, UEC .06, Supplier 00004. May 20, 2011 - Course: Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse, Offered by the Graduate School of Public Health, Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, 6 hrs. Contact, Category 1, Code 145043-18, UEC .06, Supplier 00004.

July 20, 2011 - Continuing education course entitled “Test Discovery Strategies A The Light of the New Rules of Civil Procedure”, offered by the Puerto Rico Bar Association.

2010 - July 30, 2010 - Continuing education course entitled “Management of Gossip and

Rumor in the Professional Work Environment”, offered by the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez University Campus (RUM or CAAM (College of Arts in Engineering, Administration and Mechanics), of the Department of Nursing in the Continuing Education Program, 4 hours contact, Profession Code 18, Category I, Code 122797.

October 28, 2010 - Course: Infection Control: Hepatitis, HIV and Tuberculosis, Offered by the University of Puerto Rico, Campus University of Mayagüez (R.U.M. or C.A.A.M. (College of Arts in Engineering, Administration and Mechanics), Department of Nursing in the Continuing Education Program, 4 hours contact, Profession Code 18, Category I, Code 20643-R.

2009–September 29, 2009-Continuing education course entitled “Meeting of Mediators:

Experiences of two Cultures: Puerto Rico and Argentina”, by the Lcda. Marien Méndez Acevedo, Director of the Hostosian Institute of Education, at the Law School Eugenio María de Hostos de Mayagüez, consisting of 6 units of Continuing Education approved by the Bureau of Alternate Methods for Conflict Resolution of the Judicial Branch of Puerto Rico. This workshop was promoted and coordinated by the Lcdo. Jaime Ruperté, Former President of the Puerto Rico Bar Association.

2006-December 6, 2006, Continuing education course entitled Workshop on “Mediation

of School Conflicts”, offered by the Faculty of Law Eugenio María de Hostos de Mayagüez, under the Center for Legal Services, Integrative Practical Program.

Professional Workshops and / or Counseling Offered by the Resource, Maira I. Feliciano Rosado, to other Professionals and / or to the General Public:

2009 - April 24, 2009 - I offered the workshop entitled “Dimensions of Ethics of the Counselor as

Educator”, in Isabela, PR, for Professional Counselors throughout the Island, sponsored by the Puerto Rican Association of Professional Counseling (APCP), Code 116844, 9.0 hrs., Provider Number DS: 00044, NBCC Provider Number: 2056, Profession Code 18, Number 81531.

December 2, 2009 - I offered the ethical orientation workshop entitled “The Professional Counselor in the Ethical Dimension of Globalization”, at the Convention of Professional Counselors held at the San Juan Convention Center, from December 1 to 3, 2009, for Professional Counselors throughout the island, sponsored by the Puerto Rican Association of Professional Counseling (APCP). Code 125582, 4.5 hrs., Provider Number DS: 00044, NBCC Provider Number: 2056, Profession Code 18, Number 9199R.

2006 - November 17, 2006 - I offered the orientation workshop entitled “Orientation and

Assessment to offer Counseling Services with Effectiveness and Efficiency”, at the Central University of Bayamón, for Professional Counselors from all the Island of Puerto Rico, sponsored by the Puerto Rican Counseling Association Professional (APCP). DS Provider No. 00044/NBCC Provider, Profession Code 18, Number 2056, Las Torres Sur Condominium, Office 4-E, Bayamón, P.R.

2002-1995 - Weekly Radio Program on the radio station RADIO PARAÍSO 92 FM of the Adventist

Association of the West, in the Cuba Sector of Mayagüez, P.R. For six (6) years, I provided guidance to Puerto Rican citizenship, academic, family and general, with a Christocentric focus, in the “DE MUJER A MUJER” Radial Magazine. My section was titled "THE SCHOOL, THE CHILDREN AND YOU", and it aired at 7:25 a.m. It was a voluntary work that I enjoyed very much.

Skills:

I have the following skills: creativity, persuasion, collaboration, teamwork, adaptability, responsibility, dedication, sacrifice, altruism, self-denial, problem solving, leadership, time management, empathy, trust, good speaking skills, proactivity, initiative, commitment, work ethic and loyalty. Ability to use multimedia and computer technology, in order to improve student learning considering their needs and skills. I master the use of the keyboard on the computer and the Word and Power Point program, use of the printer, fax, text messages and Facebook and Twitter platforms. Ability to apply research knowledge and current theory (multiple intelligences (Howard Gardner (1993), emotional intelligence (Daniel Golleman (1995) and critical thinking (Dr. Ángel Villarini Jusino (1991) y social intelligence (Edward L. Thorndike (1920) to the instructional programs and curriculum of the county public schools, in order to match them with the tasks, mission, goals and organization of the School Division, thus contributing to the development of learning models and educational strategies that achieve the active inclusion of students with disabilities. Finally, I have the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with students, parents, teachers and administrators.

Experience in projects and tasks:

Write federal proposals. Do professional research. Read and analyze jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, the Circuit Court of Appeals of Puerto Rico and comparative law of the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Write guidance manuals, legal documents, professional letters, research papers, monographs, notebooks and informational brochures with illustrations for students and teachers, the general public and church members. In particular, create educational materials and manuals for students and children with illustrations.

Hobbies:

Read

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Visit museums and historical sites worldwide (travel).

Take photos and record on video.

Watch documentaries and read about the struggles for freedom of expression, freedom of conscience, the role of women and the role of men, protection of minors, education, special education and religious freedom; and others.

Use the Microsoft Office program and Internet platforms to create educational and religious material, conducive to promoting freedom of consubstantial expression with freedom of conscience and religious freedom.

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