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Manager Director/Coordinator/Teacher

Location:
Jersey City, NJ
Posted:
December 22, 2019

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Briah Luther

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Objective

· To obtain a position as an educator within an environment that fosters critical thinking, innovative learning, independence, socio-emotional learning, community, and leadership Education

MONTESSORI 9-12 CERTIFICATE FOR TRAINING 2015 MONTESSORI TEACHER TRAINING COLLABORATIVE

· Certification of completion of training

Online access of 6-12 albums

MASTER OF ARTS 2014 SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY, CALIFORNIA Major: Comparative Literature

BACHELOR OF ARTS 2006 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH

· Major: Comparative Literature

Minor: Psychology

Experience

MIDDLE SCHOOL HUMANITIES TEACHER WATERFRONT MONTESSORI, JERSEY CITY 2019

· Curriculum and lesson plan developer, teaching and supervising of students, student mentorship, stakeholder communication, implementation of restorative justice practices and socio-emotional curriculum.

· write and edit recommendations, progress reports, etc. UPPER EL MONTESSORI TEACHER URBAN MONTESSORI CHARTER SCHOOL, OAKLAND 2017-PRESENT

· Curriculum and lesson plan developer, teaching and supervising of students, student mentorship, stakeholder communication, implementation of restorative justice practices and socio-emotional curriculum.

· Created and implemented restorative justice and identity awareness practices for students and staff

· Participated on the Climate and Culture Committee, Head of School Search Committee

· Accepted and participated in an Agency by Design Design Thinking Fellowship 2017-2018. I am the only fellow that used my fellowship to create an inquiry where students self-constructed, lead, and will be presenting design thinking workshops from a student-centered model to adults during the fellowship’s culminating event on May 5th, 2018. LANGUAGE ARTS/HUMANITIES TEACHER BOWMAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, PALO ALTO 2013-2017

· Curriculum and lesson plan developer, teaching and supervising of students, student mentorship, stakeholder communication, implementation of restorative justice practices and socio-emotional curriculum, coaching football, basketball, and soccer teams, and collaboration within different levels, understanding of common core curriculum, administrative and scheduling, and supervision of students for their culminating UK trip.

· Created and implemented restorative justice and identity awareness practices for students and staff

· Spoke at an adolescent Montessori conference in Chicago about our culminating UK trip in 2016 COLLECTIVE COORDINATOR AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPER DISCLOSE, OAKLAND 2013-2016

· Collaboratively create events and implement project-planning strategies, sexual violence and assault advocate, restorative practice trainer, communication and coordination with established non-profits to provide education and services, and a contributing art-activist.

· Used restorative justice practices in order to create a survivor art salon that supports survivors through art SITE MANAGER RICHMOND DISTRICT NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER, SAN FRANCISCO 2011-2013

· Manage an afterschool and summer program of up to a hundred students, supervise and train employees, responsible for administrative and financial responsibilities, develop curriculum for effective behavior management and socio-emotional needs, train employees within all of Richmond District Neighborhood Center program sites, stakeholder school-day communication and customer service, and direct communication and collaboration with therapists from other organizations in order to provide regular support services within the program. Trained other sites and staff in: Restorative justice practices, behavior management, positive discipline, recreational learning through restorative and inclusionary practices, lesson planning, Kimochis socio-emotional learning RECREATION LEADER RICHMOND DISTRICT NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER, SAN FRANCISCO 2009-2011

· Lesson plan and curriculum developer, implementation of socio-emotional and leadership skills, supervision of students, training of other recreation leaders within the organization, and stakeholder and school-day communication.

· Trained other staff in: Restorative justice practices, behavior management, recreational learning through restorative and inclusionary practices

TEACHING ASSISTANT, CWL 250: FABLES AND TALES SFSU, SAN FRANCISCO 2009

· Assisted Professor Calkins during this semester, attending lectures, working with students, and helping with any necessary administrative tasks upon request.

EDITOR PORTALS, SFSU’S COMPARATIVE LITERATURE ONLINE JOURNAL 2008-2009

· Worked alongside other MA students to select, edit, and publish accepted work for the Comparative Literature journal. Publication and Freelance Work

Latin American Studies: Critiques of Cinema, Literatures, Politics and Revolution Academica Press, 2011

Esports Power Ranking articles for Zero Gravity Gaming http://zer0gravitygaming.com/2019/07/30/week-3-4-gold-power-rankings-order-division/ Personal Website of Sample Esports Articles

https://sites.google.com/view/esports-lcs-briah-luther/predictive-defense Freelance Brand/Editor/Writer for The Distributr

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4SsyJWlGqS/

Editor and Curriculum Content for DISCLOSE

http://www.disclosesilence.org/who-we-are.html

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Portals; Online SFSU Editor

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/clsa/portals/2008/about.html Presentations

“Moth Smoke and Maximum City: Genderdizing in a Society in Which Gender Roles Have Already Been Set” ACLA (American Comparative Literature Association) Conference, Boston MA (2012)

“The Bordering Identities within Gloria Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera and Audre Lorde’s AGE, RACE, CLASS, AND SEX

ACLA Conference, New Orleans LA (2010)

“Knowledge: The Currency for Power and Monstrosity among Shelley’s Frankenstein and Adelaida García Morales’ La lógica del vampire

ACLA Conference, Long Beach CA (2008)

Professional Activities

Teacher Membership, Bay Area Montessori Association (2013-Present) Student Membership, American Comparative Literature Association (2008, 2010, and 2012) Vice President/Treasurer, Comparative Literature Student Association, SFSU, CA (2008-2009) References Upon Request

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