Nanny in Brockville
I am a recent graduate of the University of Ottawa\'s Bachelor of Education program. There, I specialized in the education of intermediate and senior level students. However, the bulk of my volunteer experience was with school-aged children. I have a significant background in literacy and numeracy development, and have applied my skills in a variety of settings. I am an energetic, caring and responsible individual. Project TEMBO Curriculum Writer Ottawa, ON October 2012 February 2013 Planned geography-based lessons and activities with a focus on language development for female students in Tanzania. Met and corresponded with other curriculum writers to synthesize a series of lessons, activities, and worksheets which are being used in Tanzania (June 2013). Urban Education Community Cohort University of Ottawa Faculty of Education Volunteer/Student Teacher Ottawa, ON September 2012 April 2013 Assisted a number of classroom teachers seeking additional support with students at Ridgemont High School. Tasks included: o Homework checks; o Classroom circulation; o Distribution of materials; o Marking; HY-School Projects and Endeavours (HYPE) Co-Chair Kingston, ON September 2011 April 2012 Managed the overall operation of the HYPE committee, tutors and program. Corresponded and collaborated with local high school teachers, guidance counsellors and administrators to establish clear program objectives and expectations, and to ensure the successful development of the HYPE program. Planned and conducted interviews, and selected HYPE tutors based on qualifications, experience and personal characteristics. Matched tutors with local high-school students, and maintained tutor-tutee database. Initiated in-school tutoring program in two local high schools. Coordinated and directed weekly committee meetings. Administered tutor-training sessions. Organized and facilitated advertising campaigns. Committee Member Kingston, ON October 2010 April 2011 Created various forms of advertisement for the program. Attended weekly committee meetings and took detailed minutes. Organized and facilitated social activities. Kaleidoscope Committee Member Kingston, ON September 2011 April 2012 Maintained the role of tutor with additional responsibilities, including: o Conducted interviews and selected Kaleidoscope tutors based on qualifications, experience and personal characteristics. o Corresponded and collaborated with teachers, and administrators at Frontenac Public School to establish clear program objectives and expectations, and to ensure the successful development of the Kaleidoscope program. o Paired university students with elementary students based on qualifications and needs of the student. o Managed the operation of the in-school tutoring program at Frontenac Public School. o Assisted in the planning and organization of program-wide events. o Attended weekly committee meetings. Tutor Kingston, ON October 2010 April 2011 Classroom volunteer at Holy Family Catholic School. Acted as a role model for at-risk students. Worked one-on-one with grade 6 and 7 students in order to improve their literacy skills. Queens Students for Literacy - Read for Fun Circle Leader Kingston, ON October 2010 March 2012 Planned and organized travel to and from reading circles at St. Thomas More Catholic School. Monitored attendance of tutors and students. Maintained detailed records of students learning needs, health concerns, attendance and accomplishments, which were relayed to the students teachers and parents. Ensured that students were on task and were able to fully benefit from each circle. Tutor Kingston, ON October 2009 March 2010 Developed a meaningful relationship with a St. Thomas More Catholic School student. Worked one-on-one with this student for the duration of the school year to improve literacy skills.
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