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Classroom Management ~ Behavioral Modification ~ Teacher Development
Inclusive Education ~ Lesson Planning ~ Student Advocacy ~ Collaboration
Offer solid career in teaching as well as facilitating professional development programs for educators to heighten student achievement, confidence, and growth.
Seasoned expertise in special education issues, learning differences and disabilities, social and emotional issues, severe intellectual disorders, and developmental delays.
Outstanding skills in class instruction, lesson planning, student assessments, parent relations and cooperation, school administration, and adhering to IEPs.
Able to integrate technology into curricular initiatives to enhance delivery and comprehension of lessons.
Effectively leverage effective classroom and behavior management techniques to achieve a safe and functional learning atmosphere for all students.
Advanced talents in special education needs and strategies, appropriately responding to behaviors, and setting and enforcing boundaries.
Encourage collaboration, best practices, and transparent communication with school stakeholders.
Master s in Education in Inclusive Education (in progress), University of South Africa
Bachelor of Education (Special Educational Needs), Honors, University of South Africa
Diploma in Specialized Education, Remedial, University of Cape Town
Junior Primary Teacher s Diploma, Transvaal College of Education, South Africa
National Certificate: Information Technology / End User Computing, MICT SETA
Teaching License, South African Council for Educators
Albertina Sisulu Centre, 2016 to Present
Deputy Principal / Grade 1 Teacher
Collaboratively spearhead operations for school serving students in mainstream classrooms as well as special programming for students with severe intellectual disabilities.
Team with principal in orchestrating staffing, special events, financial administration, curriculum planning, calendar management, expense control, building maintenance, extracurricular activities, and committees.
Deliver grade 1 curriculum, document and track student progress, and foster cooperative parent relations.
Apply strong managerial skills toward supervising and directing department heads, social worker, nurse, and occupational/speech & language therapists.
Hold regular professional development workshops to further develop staff skills and competency levels.
Department of Education in South Africa / Nokuthula Centre & Special School, 2015 to 2016
Head of Department (Foundation Phase) / Class Teacher
Delivered curriculum to mainstream and intellectual disability learners while concurrently governing department operations including resource allocation and management, budget administration, staffing, records maintenance, and developing, mentoring, and directing team of educators.
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Girls and Boys Town, South Africa, 2014 to 2015
Educator & Learner Support Center Manager
Helmed operations at child and youth development center which identifies, assesses, and supports learners requiring behavior modification assistance.
Maintained student records, generated reports as required by laws, district policies and administrative regulations, and organized classroom activities.
Taught socially skills to students via behavior modification and positive reinforcement.
Cooperated with parents, administrators, testing specialists, social workers, and other professionals in devising IEPs to promote students' educational, physical, and social development.
Provided engaging instruction via lectures, discussions, and demonstrations for subjects such as English, Mathematics, and Social Studies.
Created and implemented assessment tools, delivered early learning intervention for Grade R (pre-school), and promoted cohesive efforts among social workers, Family Services, psychologists, nurses, GPs and school staff to optimize student growth, success, and outcomes.
Actonville Training Centre, 2009 to 2011
Head of Department / Grade 1 Teacher
Managed department functions at public special school for severe & mild intellectual disorder/autism and provided grade 1 lesson plans in the classroom.
Mentored, motivated, developed, and supervised department instructional staff, allocated resources while maintaining budget compliance, and closely monitored progress of students.
South African National Council for the Blind, 2008 to 2009
Education Support Specialist
Provided educational support to blind and partially-sighted learners and families through advocacy, comprehensive training, networking, and forging partnerships with relevant educational or social service organizations.
Charlotte Sharman Primary School, London-UK, 2007 to 2008
Special Educational Needs Coordinator
Planned, organized, and led Special Education Needs (SEN) meetings and professional development workshops to equip teachers with resources for identifying and teaching affected students, and provide guidance with creating and/or following IEPs.
Demonstrated strong leadership talents in delivering in-service training for SEN support staff.
Joined forces with educational psychologists, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, GPs, community pediatricians, school nurses, and physiotherapists to meet students wide-ranging needs.
Supply Teacher, various schools, London, UK, 2006 to 2007
Pre-School Teacher, Fairlop Primary School, London, UK, 2006
Supply Teacher, Nursery-Year 6, various schools, London, UK, 2005 to 2006
Year 1 Class Teacher, Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School, London, UK, 2005
Floating Teacher, Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School, London, UK, 2005
Supply Teacher, Nursery-Year 6, various schools, London, UK, 2004 to 2005
Pre-School / Kindergarten & Year 2 Teacher, Uphall Primary School, London, UK, 2002 to 2004
Pre-School & Grade 1 Teacher, Old Ford Primary School, London, UK, 2001 to 2002
Grade 1 and 2 Teacher, Shimambani Primary School, South Africa, 1991 to 2001
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