Saturday, September 22, 2012

Math Teacher Resume Example

To create a classroom that extends beyond the walls of school to redefine the subject of mathematics into a skill with meaningful application to everyday life. This goal can be attained by creating a learning environment where teaching begins with facilitation and creative questioning to drive active student participation, integrating mathematics and technology to reach deeper levels of understanding and emphasizing responsibility for individual contribution.

January 2011 to present
Math Tutor
Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY
Assist students in college-level math courses ranging from algebra, statistics and calculus.
Lead one-on-one and small group tutoring sessions with diverse populations.
Organize review classes for large group tutoring sessions.

February 2011 to present
Substitute Teacher Spencerport Central Schools, Spencerport, NY
Held two long-term substitute positions with one section of accelerated Math 7, two sections of Math 7 and one section of integrated Math 7.
Strong team work and collaborative planning process in creating lesson plans.
Integrate math with technology to develop engaging lessons.
Utilize real-life scenarios with mathematics to develop student understanding.
Currently a per diem substitute for this district.

April 2010 to present
Sustitute Teacher
Greece Central Schools, Greece, NY Held a long-term substitute position with one section of accelerated Math 7, one section of Math 7 and two sections of integrated Math 7.
Strong collaborative planning process with team members in creating lesson plans.
Integrate math with technology to develop engaging lessons.
Utilize real-life situations with mathematics to answer the question of ‘why do we need to learn this?’
Currently a per diem substitute for this district.

March 2007 to present
Private tutoring
Monroe County, NY
Assist students in math courses including Math 8, Geometry, Algebra II Trigonometry and Pre Calculus for the middle school and high school level.
Use students’ fundamental math knowledge to increase understanding of difficult topics, instill confidence with challenging problems and assess strengths in addition to opportunity areas from completed assignments.
Organize review sessions for unit exams and final exams.
Tutor an average of five students per year.

May 2005 to May 2012
Cabinet Maker
Wegmans Custom Fixture Group, Rochester, NY
Advanced through the department from stainer, to shop maintenance, and finally cabinet maker.
Interpreted cabinet drawings to produce fixture to outlined specifications using raw materials.
Worked with colleagues to learn and develop my skills in technique and machine operation to build fixtures.

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
State University of New York, The College at Brockport, GPA 3.10

Master of Science in Adolescent Mathematics Education
University of Rochester, GPA 3.69

Association of Mathematics Teachers of the Rochester Area and National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

I have been told by educators that have come to observe me that the students seem to be very comfortable with my style of teaching. I see this as a strength because I make it obvious that I care about each student and make it known that we are all in this together to have the students achieve their goals and experience success.

I chose to specialize in mathematics because I feel that the new technology that is available can bring concepts to life and create meaning in the minds of students like never before. I am well versed in these technologies and have made it my goal to transform math from a subject in school to a life skill.

Additional Information:
Awards I have received include: Dean’s list with Honors, Wegmans Scholarship Award and New York State Higher Education Scholarship Award.

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Elementary School Teacher Resume Example

Lady Liberty Academy Charter School, Newark, New Jersey Sept 2010 – June 2011
Kindergarten Teacher
• Responsible for course management of students with developmental disabilities
• Analyze student growth using appropriate software
• Implement appropriate Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS)
• Monitor daily progress of programs for educational success and balanced literacy

Lady Liberty Academy Charter School, Newark, New Jersey Dec 2007 – June 2010
First Grade Teacher
• Connected all learners through differentiated instruction plans to meet appropriate goals
• Qualified students using Individual Education Plans (IEP) within state curriculums
• Pinpointed learning deficiencies through use of teacher-devised materials
• Developed lessons to meet core standards for integration of 21st century knowledge and skills

Sylvan Learning Center, Teaneck, New Jersey April 2007 – Nov 2007
Instructional Support Trainer Pre-K-12
• Evaluated individual academic deficits
• Directed sessions of reading, writing, and math support
• Provided homework reinforcement to maintain progress between sessions

Ridgewood Public Schools, Ridgewood, New Jersey Sept 2004 – Dec 2006
Substitute Teacher K-5
• Delivered instructional support to all faculty
• Met objectives on Individual Education Plans (IEP) 

Post Baccalaureate Certification Program, Elementary Education K-5 (2006)
William Paterson University, Wayne, New Jersey

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, (2003)
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey

Additional Information:
Standard Certificate – Elementary School Teacher, 2006

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Teacher's Assistant Resume Example


To assist children in preparing for their future education.

Internship - Assistant Teacher (1/12-4/12)
Internship – St. Joseph’s School, Meriden, Connecticut
Perform the duties of a 1st grade teacher’s aide. Assist and supervise children in the classroom and during recess and lunch.

Assistant Teacher (8/07-01/12)
Pumpkin Patch Child Care, Southington, Connecticut
Assist the lead teacher when the number of children in the class drops below 10. Perform the duties of the teacher. During nap time prepare snacks and maintain room.

Volunteer Teacher, Religious Education (11/06-5/07)
Our Lady of Mount Caramel, Meriden, Connecticut
Taught first grade religious education for Our Lady of Mount Caramel Church.

Baker’s Assistant (9/97-11/07)
Shaw’s Supermarket, Wallingford, Connecticut
Maintained sufficient stock of cookies in display racks. Baked and packaged cookies

Gateway Community College 9/99-5/06 Teacher's Assistant Certificate
Gateway Community College 9/99-8/06 General Studies Associates Degree
Southern Connecticut State University 9/06-5/2012 Sociology Bachelor of Science Degree 

•Knowledge of the difficulties in learning the simple skills
•Strong communication and interpersonal skills
•Ability to work independently and as part of team

Computer Proficient on PC computers. Experience with MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Skills Strong internet research skills

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French Teacher Resume Example


Dedicated French professor for over 10
years ; Diverse teaching experience;
Multi-lingual: Fluent in French, English
and Kinyarwanda; Proficient in Swahili;
Excellent verbal and written
communication skills; Strong background
in all areas of teaching French,
Kinyarwanda, General and African
linguistics, Social and cultural
anthropology; Created French curricula
for high school and college levels;
Organized training sessions and
workshops for high school French
teachers; Supervised over 50 research
papers; Organized and supervised
internships for future French teachers;
Participated in numerous national and
international French colloquia;
Contributed hundred articles in
professional magazines; Member of
Francophone associations; Excellent
translation skills; English Certified
Tutor; PRAXIS Test II
Certified/French; New technology based
teaching; Microsoft Windows Proficient;
Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel,
Power Point; Internet Proficient

My objective is to use these knowledge,
skills and qualifications to achieve
high level results in my teaching


Goucher College, Towson, Maryland
Associate Professor of French 2008-2009
Montclair State University, Montclair,
New Jersey Associate
Professor of French 2006-2007
Highlands High School, Natrona Heights,
Pennsylvania French Teacher
K-12 2005-2006
National University of Rwanda, Butare,
Visiting Professor of French
&Linguistics 2001-2004
Adventist University of Central Africa,
Kigali, Rwanda
Visiting Professor of French &
Linguistics 2000-2004
Kigali Institute of Education, Kigali,
Associate Professor of French
Methodology 1999-2004 Chair,
Department of African Languages 2001-
2003 Dean, Faculty of Arts and
Social Sciences 2003-2004
Founder & Chief Editor of Educational
Perspectives, Quarterly, 2003
Catholic Institute of Applied
Methodology, Ruhengeri , Rwanda
Visiting Professor of French and
Rwandan Arts & Culture 1986-1989
National University of Rwanda,
Ruhengeri, Rwanda
Professor of French & Linguistics 1984-
Lycée Notre Dame de Citeaux, Kigali,
French & Kinyarwanda Teacher K-12 1993-
Groupe Scolaire APE Rugunga,
French & Kinyarwanda Teacher K-12 1993-
1994 School
of Sciences-Musanze, Ruhengeri, Rwanda
French & Kinyarwanda Teacher K-12 1979-

Instructor of French for the following
International Rescue Committee, Kigali
Department for International
Development, Kigali 2002-2004
Development and Relief Agency, Kigali
2000- 2004


French I, II, III & IV
Intermediate French I, II & III
Spoken Language Practice
French Stylistics & Composition
Phonetic and Grammatical Overview
French II: Skills in Written Techniques
French III: Skills in Oral Techniques
French Lexicology and Lexicography
French Grammar I & II
French Teaching Methodology I & II

French in Sub- Saharan Africa (Language,
Culture & Society)

Co-authored French Textbooks for Rwandan
Public Schools system:
Apprenons le français au Rwanda.
Langage, 1ère année, EDICEF-CNDP, 2002,
32 p. Apprenons le
français au Rwanda, Guide du maître,
1ère année, EDICEF-CNDP, 2002, 128 p.
Apprenons le français au Rwanda.
Langage, Lecture-Ecriture, 2ème année,
EDICEF-CNDP, 2002, 64 p. Apprenons le
français au Rwanda, Guide du maître,
2ème année, EDICEF-CNDP, 2002, 127 p.
Apprenons le français au Rwanda,
Langage, Lecture-Ecriture, 3èmeAnnée,
EDICEF-CNDP, 2002, 96 p. Apprenons le
français au Rwanda, Guide du maître,
3ème année, EDICEF-CNDP, 2002, 143 p.
Published four books in French:
Tsaansao yanâniye Nyirarûpfû/Conte pour
petits et grands, Kigali, Les Editions
Rwandaises, 2004,159 p. Anthropologie
sociale et culturelle de l’Afrique,
Institut Supérieur Pédagogique, Kigali,
2003,76 p. Aménagement linguistique et
terminologique, Université Nationale du
Rwanda, Butare, 1992, 167 p. De
l’enseignement / apprentissage du
français à l’école primaire et
secondaire au Rwanda, Kigali, MINESUPRES
/CERCR, 1990, 96p.
Edited two books in French:
Linguistique et Sémiologie des Langues
au Rwanda III, Editions de l’Université
Nationale du Rwanda, Butare, 1989, 317
Etudes de Sociolinguistique Rwandaise,
Université Nationale du Rwanda, Butare,
1994, 236 p.

Submitted two manuscripts for review:
L’origine des locutions sentencieuses du
kinyarwanda, Éditions Sources du Nil
L’utilisation des gestes illustratifs
dans une classe de FLE pour débutants,
Université de Rouen, 132 p.



University of Rouen, France 2003
M.A., French as a Foreign Language
University of Nice, France 1984
Ph. D., Linguistics and Phonetics
Post- Graduate Degree, African
National University of Rwanda 1979
M.A., French-Kinyarwanda
National University of Rwanda 1976
B.A., French/ English
St Charles Senior Seminary, Butare 1972
Certificate, Philosophy & Theology
St Paul Seminary, Kigali, Rwanda 1970
Baccalauréat, Greek and Latin 

2007 American Translators Association,
2004 Agence Universitaire de la
Member of the following Committees:
Lexicology, Terminology and Translation
Sociolinguistics and Languages Dynamics
Observation of French and National
2003 Modern Language Association of
America, Member
2003-2004 Rwandan Writers’ Guild,
1984-2004 Lexicon Rwandan National
Committee, Member
1979-2004 School Curricula Rwandan
National Committee for, Member

Additional Information:
1985-2004: Supervision of Internships,
Undergraduate and Graduate Theses at:
National University of Rwanda, Ruhengeri
& Butare
Catholic Institute of Applied
Methodology, Ruhengeri
Adventist University of Central Africa,
Kigali Institute of Education, Kigali

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Pre-School Teacher Resume Example

Dedicated, astute, and compassionate
professional, offering experience in
providing preschool education
complemented with child- and student-
centered approach to enrich students’
learning experience. Enthusiastic to
apply classroom presence and passion for
helping children toward learning,
growth, and development. Committed to
creating and implementing lesson plans
that promote children’s positive
empowerment. Adept at establishing an
intuitive connection with a wide range
of students to reach their learning
goals and objectives.

- Exceptional organizational
- Dynamic communication and
interpersonal skills
- Capability in adjusting rapidly
to new and challenging situations

Professional Experience
Teacher 2005–Present
Teacher Assistant 2002–2005

- Efficiently accomplish day-to-
day duties and responsibilities; develop
and implement lesson plans in accordance
with children’s needs and learning
- Present lessons by using a
student-centered approach and evaluate
students’ performance.
- Handle and manage
responsibilities in checking student
attendance, monitoring student’s
discipline, and evaluating learning
- Work closely with other
kindergarten teacher and academic staff.
- Ensure the maintenance of all
correspondences and communications with
parents, as well as their compliance
with state standards.

Arizona Continuing Education: Tier 1
Class and First Things First
Certified Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

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Crane Operator Resume Example

To obtain a postition with a reputable company with room for advancement.


November 2009- Current I.E. Miller- Fairfield, TX Crane Operator
Duties include: operating assigned crane in a safe manner, performing routine maintence, supervise my rigger, among

November 2007-2009 Sherrod Services- Thornton, TX Crane Operator/Front Line Supervisor/ Forklift Operator
Duties include: operating machinery, placing orders, supervising crew, performing routine maintence among others.

November 2006-2007 I.E. Miller- Fairfiled, TX Crane Operator

2002-2006 Peak USA- Bryan, TX Rigger/Forklift Operator/Crane Operator Trainee

Have experience operating: Forklifts, manlifts, linkbelt 138 hylab 5, mantis 45 ton, 70ton, terex HC 80 ton, and manitowoc 100 ton.


NCCO Certified- January 31, 2010- Lattice Boom Crawler, Lattice Boom Truck Crane, Large Telescopic Boom
Caldwell High School- Diploma- 2002- Caldwell, TX

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Directional Driller Resume Example

To assume new challenges and responsibilities as Directional Driller, while achieving the objectives of both employer and clients.

My main experience is as professional Senior Directional Driller Engineer (DDE). Experienced in oilfield Drilling Operations, Planning and Coordination; preparation of Directional Drilling contracts, personal contact with clients and supervision of operations personnel.
The experience as DDE has been developed in 22 years of work in oil field in offshore and in land operations in South America, Mexico, Russia and India.

•Directional Drilling Advanced.
Schlumberger Training Center. Sugarland, Texas, USA. 1996.
•Directional Drilling Training.
Schlumberger. Anaco, Venezuela. 1989.
•Master‘s Degree in Petroleum Geology. San Marcos University. Peru. 2000.
•Geological Engineer. San Marcos University. Peru. 1980.

•Peruvian College of Engineering.
•Geological Society-Peru.
•Operator’s, USGS, Well Control, USA.

•Work to fulfill the goals of my employers and clients.
•Making HES a priority on the development of the work.
•Spanish (native language) and English (second language).
•Compass and Winserve directional programs.

Additional Information:
Main Graduate Courses
•Geosteering Course. Geosteering Services. Houston, Texas, USA. 2010.
•Drilling Operations Course.
Halliburton. Mexico. 2009.
•Well Cap. IADC Course.
Halliburton. Mexico. 2009
•Geo-Pilot and Geo-Pilot Stabilization Courses. Halliburton. Mexico. 2007.
•Drill Bit and Drilling Economics. Halliburton. Mexico. 2007.
•Anti-collision & Stuck Pipe Prevention Courses.
Halliburton. Argentina. 2007.
•RMLS Multilateral Training.
Halliburton. Maturin, Venezuela. 2000.
•Well and Pressure Control.
NL Industries. Houston, USA.1982.

Safety Training
•Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting.
•Elementary First Aid/ Personal Survival Techniques.
•Rig Pass IADC, HSE Orientation/CPI and H2S Safety.
•Basic Safety Course for Rigs and Mobile Offshore Units.
•Explosive and Radiation General Awareness.
•Excellence in Customer Service.

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