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Highly organized educator with a wide range of effective teaching strategies and experience working
with diverse student populations. Team player who practices assertive communication and explicit
instruction.
C CE ER RT TI IF FI IC CA AT TI IO ON N
Master of Arts in Teaching June 2010
Authorization: General Subjects
Additional Authorization: AB 1059 English Language Learner Emphasis
California Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential June 2010
Authorization: General Subjects
E ED DU UC CA AT TI IO ON N
University of California, Irvine
Masters of Arts in Teaching, Multiple Subject Teaching Credential June 2010
GPA: 3.9
University of California, Irvine
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology Major, Education Minor June 2009
Dean's List 2006, 2007, 2008
GPA: 3.4
W WO OR RK K E EX XP PE ER RI IE EN NC CE E
New Vista School (6-12+ Progressive Educational Center) Laguna Hills, CA
Instructional Assistant: Classroom Aide Sept. 2013-Present
Provide one-on-one instruction to students with Autism.
Lead small and whole group instruction.
Record and collect data to graph student progress using Microsoft Excel.
Receive training in Non-violent Crisis Intervention (CPI)
Facilitate student learning using school-wide instructional programs such as Fast Forward, ST
Math (Jiji), and Linda Mood-Bell.
Assume full teachers' responsibilities in their absence.
Assisted in teaching Drama students to write, edit, and star in their own short films.
Attended Professional Development Conferences on Autism
A- Plus Learning Center (Private School) Temple City, CA
Language Arts Instructor: Kindergarten-1st Grade Sept. 2010-Sept. 2013
Instructed basic grammar, writing conventions and phonics to a class of thirty 1st Grade and
Kindergarten students.
Utilized manipulative tools, hands-on math strategies, student centers, and literacy circles.
Encouraged cooperative learning and maintained a student-centered classroom.
Balanced a diverse classroom with differentiated and modified instruction.
Administered and analyzed students' tests on a weekly basis.
Planned classroom curriculum, led parent conferences, and generated monthly student progress
report cards.
Provided support to office staff by writing parent letters, newsfeeds, and designing flyers.
Alhambra Unified School District Alhambra, CA
Long-Term Substitute Position: 3rd Grade Oct. 2012-Jun. 2013
Taught a class of twenty-six students.
Implemented and planned modifications and special accommodations for students with
Individualized Instructional Learning Plans (IILP).
Participated in grade level team planning and attended weekly staff meetings.
Participated in Thinking Maps staff development training.
Developed formal and informal assessments for students in multiple subjects of study.
Utilized PowerTeacher to complete report cards for three trimesters.
Used OARS, a web-based data management and reporting system, to analyze student
assessments and progress.
Engaged in parent conferences and IEP (Individualized Education Program) meetings.
Prepared and organized classroom for Open House.
Completed EL (English Learner) student profiles and IILP folders for individual students.
Alhambra, CA
Substitute Teacher: Grades K-8 Oct. 2010-Oct. 2012
Implemented daily lesson plans, planned curriculum, and collaborated with grade level teams.
Worked in a classroom setting with various grade levels and classroom sizes.
Experienced preparing for and participated in parent conferences.
Utilized Jupitergrades.com to record grades and analyze student performance.
Student Teaching Irvine, CA
Woodbury Elementary: 1st Grade Mar. 2010-Jun. 2010
Prepared daily lesson plans for multiple subjects including art and physical education.
Team planned, developed instructional materials and utilized technology within the classroom.
Planned and taught differentiated instruction in mathematics for advanced 1st grade students.
Assisted in providing differentiated instruction to a student with Asperger syndrome.
Mariner's Elementary: 3rd Grade Newport Beach, CA
Taught and planned instruction in multiple subjects. Sept. 2009-Mar. 2010
Participated in student IEP meetings, as well as faculty and grade level meetings.
Planned and executed differentiated instruction for students with reading and speech IEPs.

R RE EL LE EV VA AN NT T E EX XP PE ER RI IE EN NC CE E
TeWinkle Intermediate School Costa Mesa, CA
Global Connect Intern Oct. 2006-Dec. 2006
Advocated awareness of global issues, including starvation in developing countries using
Microsoft PowerPoint.
Actively engaged students in meaningful discussions on the impacts of current global issues,
including climate change.
UCI Medical Center Orange, CA
Intern: ESL Staff Development Program Mar. 2007-Jun. 2007
Assisted adult English Language Learners in developing basic computer literacy skills.
Conceptualized and developed interactive coursework, using Microsoft PowerPoint, to foster
active learning and develop direct skills-training of basic computer operations. Coursework
provides students with explicit feedback and enables active learning through first-hand
interaction.
S SK KI IL LL LS S & & I IN NT TE ER RE ES ST TS S
Advanced in Microsoft Word 2003, 2007, and 2010.
Experienced in designing company fliers, letter heads, and instructional materials.
Advanced in Microsoft PowerPoint, experienced in designing interactive PowerPoint courseware
for instructional and presentational purposes.
Intermediate experience with Adobe Photoshop CS.
Proficient in conversational Russian.
Personal hobbies include: MMORPG computer games, reading, hiking, gym, and blogging about
nutrition and a raw foods diet.