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Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 33844
Desired Job Location: Huntington Station, New York Date Posted: 2/21/2010
Type of Position: Part-Time Permanent Availability Date: 2/22/10
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
I am seeking part-time employment in the field of education, either a teaching or tutoring position. I resigned from my last position, a tenured position in a public school, to be home with my daughter. Now that she is 3, I would like to obtain part-time work.


Experience:
May Moore School and John F. Kennedy School, Deer Park, New York
Experience Reading Teacher/Resource Room Teacher Grades K, 1, 2, 4
September 2002-January 2007-traveled to J.F.K Sept. 2007-Jan. 2007
Received tenure in two tracks: Reading and Special Education
Reading Teacher
 Administered the Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA) to students on an individual basis to determine studentsí reading levels
 Trained in Columbia Universityís Reading and Writing Workshops and incorporated this program into small group instruction
 Led students in guided reading lessons which focused on phonics skills, sight words, vocabulary, and comprehension skills
Resource Room Teacher
 Administered, scored and wrote reports for annual testing performed on students using the Woodcock Johnson Achievement test
 Devised Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) for students and worked with students in small groups to focus on individual needs in the areas of reading, writing, and mathematics
 Prepared 4th grade students for NYS ELA exam through the use of graphic organizers and practice with note taking
Parents as Reading Partners (P.A.R.P) Coordinator
 Organized schoolís Parents as Reading Partners (P.A.R.P) program including schoolwide reading incentive programs, the P.A.R.P. kickoff, and pajama night
Learning Support Team Member
 Served on a committee to address the needs of students and suggest methods of intervention before referral to special education
P.S. 152Q, Woodside, New York
Reading Teacher Grades 1, 2, 4 September 2001-June 2002
 Developed word recognition and phonics skills through Dolch list, word wheels and enhanced comprehension, vocabulary, and writing skills through graphic organizers, note taking, and journal writing
Kindergarten Teacher September 2000-June 2001
 Focused on balanced literacy approach in studies of author, Eric Carle, poetry, and community helpers to suit school magnet theme
 Guided math instruction through the use of small groups and math labs

St. Ignatius Loyola School, Hicksville, New York
Kindergarten Teacher September 1997-June 2000
 Introduced alphabet/phonics skills with letter books, bulletin boards, word wheels and mystery box
 Used math, science, and listening centers for academic and social skills
Testing Coordinator
 Recorded inventory and distributed testing materials for various grades
Reading Incentive Committee
 Devised and implemented school wide reading incentive programs

Catholic Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor, New York
Mathematics Teacher Grades 2-9 Summer 1999
 Used pre-test to create individual math lessons based on areas of need

St. Johnís University Reading Clinic, Jamaica, New York
Reading Specialist Summer 1997
 Provided one-to-one diagnosis and remediation and developed word recognition, comprehension, vocabulary and writing skills in students

Kumon Math and Reading Center, Little Neck/New Hyde Park, NY
Tutor Students, ages 4-17 June 1996-May 1997
 Graded assignments, offering clarification and instruction when needed

New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Summer Program, NY
Activity Specialist-Music Grades K-6 Summer 1996
 Coordinated a musical talent show involving 70 students



Education:
St. Johnís University, Jamaica, New York
M.S. in Education, Reading Specialist, GPA: 4.0, January 1998
Bachelor of Science in Education, May 1996
Dual Certification in Elementary and Special Education
Concentration: Mathematics, GPA: 3.972, Major index: 4.0



Affiliations:
Golden Key National Honor Society, Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society


Skills:
Ability to differentiate instruction based on student's needs, Computer literate, Ability to read Spanish, Basic Spanish vocabulary


Reference:
Available upon request.


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