Nicole J. DiPeri
OBJECTIVE: To obtain a position as an Elementary School Teacher/Teacher Assistant in grades K-8.
2019-Pressent Neptune Special Education Paraprofessional
School District (Self-Contained)
(Midtown Community Elementary School)
2019 Catapult Learning Paraprofessional
(Trenton Catholic Academy)
2019 Freehold Township Special Education Teacher- In class support
(Dwight D. Eisenhower Middle School)
2018 MOESC Special Education Paraprofessional
(Freehold Boro Learning Center)
2017-2018 Insight Long -Term Substitute Special Education
(Hamilton School District) Resource Room Teacher
2015-2017 Eatontown Long-Term Substitute 5th Grade Special
School District Education Resource Room Teacher and
Full Time Kindergarten Paraprofessional
2015 MRESC Traveling Special Education Teacher
(Private Schools in Princeton)
2015 Source 4 Teachers
(Piscataway School District) Long Term Substitute 7th Grade Language Arts
and Literacy Teacher
2014 Delta T Long-Term Substitute 8th Grade Special
(Keansburg School District) Education Math Teacher
2013- 2016 Matawan-Aberdeen ESY Teacher/ Special Education
School District Paraprofessional
2013- 2014 Shrewsbury Boro Paraprofessional
2010 Good Shepherd Long-Term Substitute Kindergarten Teacher
2011-2013 Old Bridge and East Brunswick Substitute Teacher
2006-2014 Freehold Regional Per Diem Substitute and
High School District Long-Term Substitute Psychology Teacher
2006-Present Private Tutor General Education/Special Education Students
Full management of classroom
Identify and implement goals tailored to the student’s individual needs and abilities.
Develop and implement lesson plans based on differentiated instruction that allow for full participation from all students.
Introduced weekly parent newsletters and hold frequent parent conferences to encourage open communication, enhance parental understanding of the curriculum, and instill a strong commitment to meeting educational objectives for each child.
Employ diverse strategies and learning techniques to help students organize themselves as well as become active participants in the learning process.
Continue to seek methods to improve test scores in both math and reading as well as overall student performance.
Created all lesson plans and exams for ELA and Mathematics from scratch
Assisted students of various grade levels in Language Arts and Mathematics
Co-teaching class with a fellow coworker
Pull out and In Class Support- Assists teacher with needs of special needs students
Traveling Special Education Teacher (employed in 4 schools by MRESC)
Supervising a student with special needs during lunch and recess
One to one support with an individual student class
Teach/Assist teacher with needs of special needs preschool students (Summer School Program)
- Practicing color and letter recognition
- Assisting with completion of crafts
- Reading stories
- Brainstorming ideas for mini lessons
Frequent substitute in an Autistic classroom (2012)
2002-2006 Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ GPA 3.85
Bachelor of Arts, Elementary Education (K-8) GPA 3.89
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology GPA 3.95
- Standard Certification
2006-2007 Georgian Court University, Lakewood, NJ GPA 3.90
Teacher of Students with Disabilities
REFERENCES: Professional references will be provided upon request.