teaching tutoring - Education Teaching Training Resume Search
teaching tutoring - Education Teaching Training Resume Search
My Spider Scam Awareness Contacting Us F. A. Q.
Job Seekers
Search Jobs
Browse Jobs
Post a Resume
Job Alerts
Search Resumes
Browse Resumes
Post a Job

teaching/tutoring Resume

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

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.

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

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

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

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

Available upon request.

Candidate Contact Information:
JobSpider.com has chosen not to make contact information available on this page.
Click "Contact Candidate" to send this candidate a response.


© 2020 Job Spider
Privacy Policy | CC Marketing Sites | Site Map | Links