OBJECTIVE: To become an effective teacher in child development.
I have been in the field of child development for 21 years. I am a hard worker and dedicated to this profession. I take pleasure in working with young minds. I am positive, reliable, punctual, and dependable. I am a CDA (14 years). I am presently certified in CPR and FIRST AID. I have completed 4.5. Continuing Education Units which certifies me in Physical and Emotional Development of Mobile Infants, Nurturing and Caring for Mobile Infants, Cognitive and Language Development of Mobile Infants, Extra-Special Children; Extra-Special Needs, Physical and Emotional Development of Young Infants, Cognitive and Language Development of Young Infants, Working with Parents, Thank Goodness: Getting Positive Results with Positive Reinforcement, Nutrition: Planning and Preparing Nutritious Meals for Children, Jonny Be Good: Correcting Problem Behavior, Recognizing and Responding to Child Abuse, Understanding that Kid, Food Safety in the Childcare Environment, Untangling Autism I: The Myths, The Truth, and Helping Families Cope, Untangling Autism II: Helping the Autistic Child in the Classroom, AD/HD: What Is Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder?, Learning Styles: Everyone is Different, Germ Warfare: Winning the War against Infectious Diseases, Nurturing and Caring for Young Infants, Make It Safe; Keep It Safe, Safety and Injury Prevention and Children in the Classroom Community. I am experienced in Creative Curriculum, ABEKA Curriculum and High Scope.
2007-2008 Division of Continuing Education, Bainbridge College
1994-1995 CDA Credential, Mercer University
2004-Present Child Care Provider, Greenforest Christian ELC.
Equip students to carry out the will of God through Creative
Representation, Language and Literacy, Initiative and Social
Relations, Movement, Music, Classification, Seriation, Number
2002-2004 Teacher, YWCA of Greater Atlanta
Maintained a safe, healthy learning environment, promoted physical
and cognitive competence, supported social and emotional development
and provided positive self esteem.
2001-2001 Teacher/Bus Driver, Choice Academy
Followed guidelines and company regulations; transported students
from public schools for aftercare.
1999-2001 Pre-K Teacher, DeKalb Medical Child Care Center
Planned and implemented activities that promoted social, physical,
and the intellectual growth of children.
1997-1999 Student, Macon State College-Secondary Education
1992-1996 Assistant Teacher, George Washington Carver Head Start
Assisted lead teacher and supplied weekly lesson plans
1986-1988 Teacher/Cook, Illesheim CDC Illesheim, Germany
Followed guidelines of center’s policies, prepared meals
for breakfast, lunch, and evening snacks, ordered food.
1982-1985 Clerk/Preschool Volunteer, Fort Greely CCC Fort Greely, Alaska
Used military pay stubs against the state of Alaska’s payment chart
To determine how much soldiers would have to pay for child care.
Volunteered in preschool classrooms.
Writing, drawing, stage plays, and storytelling with visuals