Texas High School Science Teacher Resume
by J. Aubespin
(Houston, TX - formerly of New Orleans, LA USA)
Former New Orleans Louisiana Pharmacy Technician - turned Houston Texas High School Science Teacher - becomes an Online Pharmacy Tech Trainer
Web-based Pharmacy Technician Trainer for an online Pharmacy Tech licensing Training course. 11/22/2011 - present. PTCB Certification pending
High School Science Teacher, 2010 – present, Humble Independent School District, Houston, TX
-Interact with and mentor students
-Instruct students in important science concepts and skills
-Use assessment data to plan and adapt lessons to increase student success
-Provide regular progress reports to parents
-Incorporate computer technology and information literacy into lesson plans.
High School Science Teacher, 2000 – 2010, Aldine Independent School District, Houston, TX
High School Science Teacher, 1992 – 2000, New Orleans Public Schools, New Orleans, LA
Pharmacy Technician, 1987 – 1994, Eckerd Drugs, New Orleans, LA (USA).
Assisted the Store Pharmacist with providing prescription medication and other health-related items and products to patients. Duties included:
-Perform daily, weekly, and monthly reports and backups
Undergraduate Research Internship, Summer 1989,
Howard University Medical School, Department of Neurophysiology, Washington, D.C.
I observed and assisted with animal experiments related to research on the causation of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Post Baccalaureate Certification in Education, Southern University of Louisiana (1995); Concentration, Secondary Biology and Chemistry.
Bachelor of Science, Biology (1990), Xavier University of Louisiana,New Orleans, LA
Related Course work included:
-Pharmacology & pharmaceutics
Texas Educator Certification
Biology (8-12) Expiration 8/31/2012
Science Composite (8-12) Expiration 8/31/2012
Louisiana Teacher Certification
Biology and Chemistry (8-12) Lifetime
NIH Office of Human Subjects Research; Web-based training course: “Protecting Human Research Participants” (4/16/2008)