Child Care Resumes Tennessee Resumes Resume Detail for Melissa Bowen

Melissa Bowen, a Assistant teacher in jonesborough, TN 37659
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A Dedicated preschool teacher, eager for a part time or full-time teaching career. With a passion for education and a commitment to optimizing student and school success. teaching children the stepping stones of life is a wonderful gift. Offering letters of recommendation upon request

South Shore Early Education,( Head Start) Kingston Ma. 02064

Assistant teacher 3/10 to present

South Shore Early Education,(Head Stat) Plymouth Ma.

Floater Position 10/09 to 3/10

Hired as a full-time Assistant teacher, instructing all academic subject areas to classrooms of up to 19 children ages 2.9 -5yrs.old

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Skills and Certification

Classroom Management

Creative Lesson Planning

Curriculum Development

Instructional Best-Practices

Document and keep accurate records pertaining to each child

Help children develop good personal eating and Hygiene habits

Positive Guidance

Experiential Learning

Special Needs Students/IEPs

Teaching life skills

Positive role model to students and volunteers

Participate in in-service training 20hrs a yr.

currently enrolled at Milligan College
bachelors in Early Edu
Additional Information
? Earned high marks for the quality of classroom teaching, lesson plans and instructional materials used in teaching diverse subjects (e.g., language arts, math, science). ? Taught students and individuals with learning challenges within a mainstreamed, inclusive classroom. ? Consistently commended for ability to redirect students exhibiting behavior problems by replacing disruptive, unproductive patterns with positive behaviors. ? Trained bus monitor ? Served on policy council to determine what the best policies for the school were, was then hired as a Substitute teacher for 2 1/2 years before my position in Plymouth as a floater. ? Quickly became a “first-to-call” resource in substitute teaching role, personally requested by many full-time teachers to take over their classrooms during absences.