Trainer-Teacher Resume

by Julie Anne Koth
(Aberdeen, SD, USA)

Adjustment Training Center, Services Coordinator. (April 2005 - present).
*Responsible for planning, coordination, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of programming services to people assigned to caseload.

*Focused attention on assisting people in realizing, identifying, and achieving desired personal outcomes by individualizing services and supports needed through the team process.

*Ensured that services are carried out in an environment conducive to the most normal time and location as possible.

Lincoln Elementary School, Aberdeen, SD. Teacher's Aid for Life Skills, Grades K-2. Assisted a teacher in a classroom with children with disabilities. (2006-2007)

Abbott House, Teaching Counselor (2004-2005)
*Provided exceptional safety and care for enrolled children without incident.

*Integrated the agency’s programming into the daily life of each youngster in residential care.

*Provided opportunities for the youth to learn and improve social skills using the motivation system and teaching interactions, and recorded points earned on youth cards.

*Prepared timely and accurate documentation, reports, log narratives, and other items of written compliance statures.

Dakota Wesleyan University, Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Human Services; Minor: Criminal Justice (December 2003).

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Educator Profile Statement

by Rodney Williams
(Birmingham, AL, USA)

Statement of Philosophy:
I plan to make wherever I work a better place and to have a positve atmosphere. I want the students that I teach to know that I am serious about their learning experience while creating a fun-filled environment.

Experiential Higher Learning:
I have 6 years at Harvard University as well as several Teacher Educator internships.

Wenonah High School (Valendictorian).

Organizations: PBS Club and have over 200 hours of Community Service.

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