As a teacher I have been described as being incredibly warm. I set a high bar, and supply the support my students need to reach it. As a tutor I cater each lesson to the student's needs. This could be working together to better learn and understand homework, or creating individualized lessons for enrichment in different academic subject areas.
I am a High School teacher. This is my sixth year teaching, and during that time I have taught students from Kindergarten through senior year of High School. Subject areas have ranged from Math, Science, English, History, ESL, and Special Education.
Initial License in History, 5-12
Initial License in Moderate Disabilities, 5-12
Lesley University, Cambridge, MA May 2018
Master of Education in Secondary Education: History, GPA 4.0
Harvard University Extension School, Cambridge, MA May 2013
Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Extension Studies, Field of Government, Minor Spanish, cum laude
Brookline High School, Public Schools of Brookline, Brookline, MA
Special Education & History Teacher, August 2019- Present
Co-Teaches Standard Level World History I and World History II, collaborates with co-teachers to create engaging lessons, with the appropriate accommodations, in World History from the Enlightenment and French Revolution, to WWII and the Cold War.
Teaches Small Group World History II, developing and implementing appealing yet rigorous lesson plans for students with high-functioning autism, speech impairments, dyslexia, and other learning disabilities.
Learning Center teacher acting as a liaison for a diverse caseload; writing IEPs, monitoring student status with their specific IEP goals, and collaborating with a team of colleagues to support each student's individual needs.
Utilizes digital platforms to both facilitate and monitor learning; particularly in a Standard Based Model.
Develops Online Learning curriculum that includes accessible lesson plans in World History, individualized learning plans, small group instruction via video platforms, and continuous communication between colleagues and parents to effectively support all students.
Fuller Middle School, Framingham Public Schools, Framingham, MA
Bilingual Special Education Teacher, August 2018- June 2019
Administered educational evaluations, including Woodcock Johnson, Woodcock, Muñez, and WIAT; Used data from evaluations to write academic reports.
Ran IEP meetings, wrote IEP’s, and implemented IEP’s for a dynamic caseload.
Collaborated with classroom ESL and math teachers to plan and implement co-taught universally designed lessons within the inclusion learning environment.
Created customized lessons for a small class setting to help bilingual students with IEP’s learn the skills of reading, writing, phonics, math and executive functioning skills.
Used various technologies to stay in continuous communication with multilingual parents and families; including emails, phone calls, the remind app, meetings at school, and home visits.
Weston High School, Weston Public Schools, Weston, MA
Long-Term Substitute Teacher/Student Teacher, January 2018-June 2018
Taught World History and AP Psychology.
Collaborated with colleagues to create dynamic lessons in World History from World War I through the Cold War, including proposing and coordinating on-site learning at the John F. Kennedy Museum in Boston.
Incorporated technologies into lesson plans, including online simulations to deepen understanding of disorders in Abnormal Psychology.
Developed comprehensive rubrics following through with timely feedback in a variety of assignments.
Ongoing communication with parents and guardians via email and in person meetings pertaining to each student’s academic success.
Vassal Lane Upper School, Cambridge Public Schools, Cambridge, MA
Long-Term Substitute Teacher, October 2017-January 2018
Taught 7th Grade ELA.
Collaborated with the literacy coach to create lessons for the book A Long Walk to Water, for an identity unit built around short stories, and used these pieces of literature to build writing skills including analysis.
Demonstrated strong classroom management skills by creating routine and structure within the classroom while holding students to high standards both academically and behaviorally.
Facilitated advisory groups four times a week where students worked on social skills, communication with peers, peer pressure, and bullying utilizing the Advisory Method.
Created individualized learning plans for students in need of additional support.
Burbank Elementary School, Chenery Middle School, Belmont High School
Belmont Public Schools, Belmont, MA
Long-Term Substitute Teacher, 2015-2017
During consecutive three month maternity leaves taught History, English, Science, Math and ELL.
Adapted to teaching a variety of content at varying age levels.
Motivated and engaged students to successfully complete a high level of comprehension within each subject.
Maintained a creative, safe, classroom environment in which students felt secure to take academic risks.
Collaborated with colleagues to ensure student comprehension of Massachusetts Curriculum Standards.
ARISE Consulting Services, Inc., Waltham, MA
ABA Therapist, Part- Time, September 2014-January 2018
Developed, implemented, and generalized academic and vocational life skill treatment plans for individuals with a range of disabilities.
Maintained appropriate documentation, including written reports and data collection, for each client.
Assisted in the development of IEPs, 504 plans, etc, when requested by the parent/school team.
Maintained familiarity with each client’s Functional Behavior Assessment (FBAs).
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