Student Teacher Resume
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Sample Student Teacher Resume
K-8 Instruction / Middle School Social Studies
Special Needs • Gifted & Talented • Science & Technology Background • Certified Lifeguard
Enthusiastic, warm, and caring educator who works to create an atmosphere that is stimulating, encouraging, and adaptive to students' emotional needs. Readily establish rapport with a wide range of people, from students and parents to administrators and teachers.
Present material and course work to ensure complete comprehension by students. Recognize opportunities for outreach; develop and implement related programs.
Encourage creative expression among students. Foster teamwork with paraprofessionals and building staff. Proven track record and ability to provide structure, support, and special interventions to help children succeed academically and socially.
LINCOLN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-Trenton, NJ; STUDENT TEACHER, Spring 2005
Created and implemented educational lesson plans using appropriate core curriculum content standards while adapting to each child's learning style. Developed specialized reading lessons based on the Success for All program guidelines. Monitored and supported NJ Ask test preparation and test administration. Managed students by establishing an appropriate classroom climate and earning respect through efficient leadership techniques. Designed behavior plans to achieve a more cohesive and cooperative learning environment. Cultivated a successful working relationship with the cooperating teacher. Maintained effective communications with staff and parents.
- Assembled a full unit on the rainforest in an open-space learning environment, as well as an Abbott school district.
- Prepared for CAPA review by consulting with state guidelines for public education under the No Child Left Behind Act, achieving improvements in both classroom and instruction.
JOHN BAKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-Hopewell, NJ; STUDENT TEACHER, Spring 2004
Assumed all teaching responsibilities under the leadership of classroom teacher, working in conjunction with partner teacher on a full-time basis for two weeks. Designed and facilitated weekly lesson plans and activities in all subject areas. Utilized Everyday Mathematics Program to develop mathematics lessons. Initiated multiple responsive group techniques to achieve effective classroom management. Guided morning meeting.
- Developed a 10-lesson culminating unit on the Mountain West Region of the United States, including library resources, hands-on learning, technology, and a research project.
SEARCH DAY PROGRAM-Wanamassa, NJ, Summer 2004
ANGEL'S WINGS DYFS SHELTER-Trenton, NJ, 2004
LAKEVIEW CHILD CARE CENTER-Lawrenceville, NJ, 2002-2004
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education; Minor in Sociology (2005)
THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY-Ewing, NJ
Member, Kappa Delta Pi (Education Honor Society)
Member, Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology Honor Society)
Dean's List, Scholar Athlete
Graduate of MAST, Specialized High School for Science & Technology (2001)-Sandy Hook, NJ
Currently enrolled in Master's in Education Program through Kean University Concentration: Special Education, Teacher of Students with Special Needs
Anticipated Middle School Social Studies, CEAS, State of New Jersey (Spring 2006)
Elementary School Teacher, CEAS, State of New Jersey (2005)
Substitute Teacher, Monmouth County, State of New Jersey (2004)
CPR (1998) & Lifeguard and First Aid Certification (1998)
New Jersey Education Association (2004-2005) ~ Workshop on Gang Awareness (2005)
100-Book Challenge Workshop (2005) ~ DYFS Shelter (2004-2005)
State of New Jersey Education Association Conference (2004) ~ Gifted Children's Conference (2004)
Workshop on ADD and ADHD and Teaching with Different Behaviors
Excellent references and class work portfolio presented upon request