at Copenhagen International School
February 2019 - at Present
Substitute Teacher -Responsible for delivering classroom teacher’s lesson plans, as well as creating and maintaining a respectful and fair classroom culture that fosters safe and productive learning. Learning Support and Co-Teacher – August 2019 – October 2019 I co-taught Math with the main classroom teacher. We designed engaging and challenging lessons, where students were required to use their multiplication skills in everyday life scenarios. I also worked alongside a student with Autism, helping him to access the curriculum as well as the development of social and emotional skills. Grade 3 Classroom Teacher - March 2019 – June 2019 I was responsible for taking over from the current classroom teacher. I regularly met with the grade level team to collaborate and create engaging lessons around Math, Literacy and Unit. I prepared the students for the Student Led Conferences and collated their work and progress from the year in order to write the end of year reports.
at EtonHouse International School
August 2017 - September 2018
I designed, prepared and delivered high quality lessons to suit the individual needs of all students in line with the PYP. I was able to inspire mixed culture and ability classes, by creating challenging and engaging learning opportunities for all students. I also received ongoing PYP Teacher training provided through the IB Program. Key Accomplishments: Regularly assessing and monitoring student progress and providing targets so that all learners could see success and improve Continuously collaborating with other teachers to share new ideas, approaches and professional knowledge. Developing close relationships with parents through morning drop-offs, email, and school events
Classroom Teacher and Literacy Co-ordinator
at Eaton Square Prep School
September 2011 - June 2017
I started as a Nursery Teacher in 2011 and the following year, began teaching Reception. I was responsible for the planning and delivery of lessons in all subject areas, and for undertaking assessments of the children within my class. I became familiar with the demands and expectations of working within the independent sector, and was able to build a great rapport with the parents too. Key Accomplishments: • Running an after-school club with various activities such as Sewing & Craft, Lego, and Phonics Funk • Literacy Coordinator of the Pre-Prep for the last two years and responsible for designing and implementing the EYFS and Year One curriculum. • Leading the introduction of a Reading Buddy Program • Leading the Pre-Prep school council
at Career Teachers Teaching Agency
September 2010 - July 2011
EYFS, KS1, KS2 – SUPPLY TEACHER Upon moving to London, I registered with a Teaching Agency where I was placed in various Primary Schools around London. I worked in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 classrooms, where I was responsible to take over the plans set from the classroom teacher.
at Erasmus Primary School
July 2009 - December 2009
State of Victoria
During my Masters, I completed my final placement at Erasmus Primary School. Once I had finished the program, I was offered a maternity contract in a Year One classroom. I was responsible for taking over the previous teacher’s plans until the end of the school year.
Master of Teaching
at Griffith University
2008 - 2009 (1 year) State of Queensland
BA: English Literature & Drama
at York University
2003 - 2007 (4 years) Ontario