My teaching method is that I I tailor my lesson plans based on the student's current reading skills. I try to create lesson plans that will cater to the student's individual educational needs and learning style. I have been working for my local school districts as an Elementary School Teacher for the past 5 years.
I have working as a Reading Tutor for about 3 years and main focus is on students in grades (Pre-K to 5th Grade) who are reading below their required grade level. I have focus on building up students' basic reading skills like phonics skills and phonemic awareness skills. I tailor my lesson plans based on the student's current reading skills. I try to create lesson plans that will cater to the student's individual educational needs and learning style. I have been working for my local school districts as an Elementary School Teacher for the past 5 years.
Rates vary based on how far I have to travel to student's home.
Elementary School Teacher
Creative and enthusiastic Elementary School Teacher with 5+ years of experience managing classrooms of 25-30 students. Adept at using positive reinforcement teaching techniques to encourage student academic development, positive behavior, and growth. Looking to leverage my creativity and teaching experience to obtain a position as an Elementary School Teacher or Para-Educator.
LONG-TERM SUBSTITUTE TEACHER/VIRTUAL TEACHER
Baltimore County Public Schools/Baltimore, MD/2019-Present
(Deer Park Elementary School October 2019-Present) (5th Grade and Pre-K)
• Planned, implemented, and adapted daily lesson plans according to students’ academic needs, including both individual and group work.
• In accordance with city and State standards, researched current instructional programs and use of multimedia and computer technology to provide the best learning experience appropriate for the student’s grade level.
• Created hands-on learning projects that all students were able to participate in to reinforce classroom learning.
SECOND GRADE TEACHER
Eutaw-Marshburn Elementary School/ Baltimore, MD/ 2017 - 2019
Planned, implemented, and adapted daily lesson plans according to students’ academic needs, including both individual and group work.
In accordance with city and State standards, researched current instructional programs and use of multimedia and computer technology to provide the best learning experience appropriate for the student’s grade level.
Created hands-on learning projects that all students were able to participate in to reinforce classroom learning.
SUMMER SCHOOL TEACHER
Monarch Academy Public Charter School/ Baltimore, MD/ 2016
Planned and implemented Math and English Language Arts lesson plans for students entering 4th and 5th grade in the fall. Lesson plans were based on the Maryland State Department of Education Common Core Standards.
Observed and assessed student progress, graded assignments, and provided guidance and instruction on areas students were having difficulty with. Used creative and unique ways to teach the curriculum creating better understanding of the subjects taught.
Baltimore City Public Schools/ Baltimore, MD/ 2015 – 2018
Provided instruction of developed lesson plans to students and aided with any assignments that were difficult for students.
When plans were not provided, successfully created lesson plans on topics students were currently learning using textbook and resources available.
Provided direction and correction as needed and ensured all assignments were graded and accurately recorded.
BUSINESS EDUCATOR, PUBLIC SPEAKER, TRAINER, AUTHOR
The Ultimate Biz Conference/Various Organizations/ Baltimore, MD/ 2012 - Present
Facilitate workshops, seminars, and presentations on how to start businesses and non¬profit organizations. Work with clients individually to assist with the process and provide guidance as needed.
Facilitate workshops, seminars, virtual summits, and presentations on how to start businesses and nonprofit organizations on a strong legal and financial foundation.
Educate Aspiring Entrepreneurs and Startup Businesses on how to cover their assets while in business and how to “Bankrupt Proof Your Business”.
(01/19 to 06/19) Masters of Elementary Education Program, University of Phoenix
Baltimore City Teacher Residency Summer Training Program, 2016
Juris Doctor (JD) in Law, University of Baltimore, 1994 – 1998
B.A. Sociology, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, 1989 -1993
Common Core Knowledge
Accuracy and Attention to Detail
Experience with Virtual Teaching
Helping Early Literacy with Practice Strategies (HELPS) Program Certified Trainer, May 2019
Passed Praxis Exams - Early Childhood Education, Common Core Reading, Common Core Writing
Wit & Wisdom Module 1 – For the final project, students created a poster of their favorite season. To showcase the student’s artwork, planned an art exhibition which students’ families and other teaching faculty attended. 12/18
Wit & Wisdom Module 2 - For the final project students created a diorama focusing on either the day in the life of a pioneer child or Indian child. To showcase the student’s artwork, planned an art exhibition which students’ families and other teaching faculty attended. 02/19
Wit & Wisdom Module 3 - For the final project students wrote a story on what they dream to be in the future. The students had to draw a picture to go along with the story. The stories were published in a book "I Have a Dream Too!" 04/19
5th Grade Hidden Figures Project- Students had to pretend they were a notable person from the Revolutionary War Period. Students had to conduct research on the notable person (childhood, early adulthood, old age, and what role did the individual during the Revolutionary War). We had a “Wax Museum of Hidden Figures Day” where the 5th Graders dressed up as their selected notable person and other students (from other grades) in the school walked around to each 5th Grader to learn more about the notable person the 5th Graders were portraying.
5th Grade Black History Quilt- Students had to pick a notable black person to celebrate Black History Month. Students had to conduct research on the famous black individual (childhood, early adulthood, old age, and what the individual is known for). The students had to draw a picture of the notable black person and write 3 important facts about their individual. Then, all the students’ pictures were placed on construction paper and laminated to look like a “family” quilt.
References provided upon request
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