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M.S., TESOL (PreK-12), The City College of New York, New York, NY May 2014 B.A., Childhood Education (Grades 1-6), Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY May 2010 Skills & Abilities
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P.S. 179 Kensington, Brooklyn, NY
ESL Classroom Teacher (Grade 1) September 2015-Present
Differentiate lesson plans and learning centers based on the needs of a heterogeneous class of ELLs
Facilitate instruction for English language learners in listening, speaking, reading, and writing to improve comprehension and vocabulary skills using Ready Gen and Go Math curriculum.
Collaborate with parents, administration, and colleagues to discuss students’ academic progress
Utilize PBIS, a schoolwide approach to behavior management plan.
Administer assessments to analyze student performance. New York City Department of Education, Brooklyn, NY Per Diem Substitute Teacher (PreK-5) February 2013- June 2014
Engage all children to participate by utilizing a wide range of social and academic activities designed for maximum interaction.
Implement behavior modification techniques to foster a safe and respectful learning environment. Jumpstart for Young Children, New York City, NY
Community Engagement Coordinator August 2011-June 2012
Planned and executed literacy-based events focused on building literacy skills in preschool children from low-income communities to raise awareness of the importance of early education.
Increased Jumpstart’s volunteer capacity by 100%, with the goal of engaging 450 one-time volunteers in large-scale literacy events and 35 long-term volunteers in the Readers Program.
Recruited and trained college students and community volunteers to read age and developmentally appropriate books to support children’s learning.
P.S. 204 The Vince Lombardi School, Brooklyn, NY
After-School Group Leader (Grade 1) September 2010-June 2011
Assisted specialists with dance, arts & crafts, gym, drama, science, and homework.
Planned team-building activities to enhance student’s interpersonal skills, peer collaboration, and emotional and physical health.
Used bilingual skills to support school administrators, families, and English language learners by providing translation services to foster a home-school learning connection.
Utilized conscious behavior management techniques to maintain a productive learning environment. P.S. 119 The Amersfort School, Brooklyn, NY
Student Teacher Internship (3rd Grade) February 2010-May 2010
Planned and implemented classroom lessons and units focused on the core academic areas of mathematics, reading, science, social studies and writing.
Prepared students for the English language arts and mathematics state exams.
Conducted formal and informal assessments to evaluate the progress of each child’s academic progress. Licenses
NYS Teacher Professional Certificate (TESOL)
Common Branch New York State permanent certification (PK-6)