10946 Hollow Ridge
Helotes, TX 78023
Cell: (210) 823-1964 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Home: (210) 695-3140
Generalist 4-8 Taken- TExES Passed
ACT San Antonio
Obtain a teaching position with a school district that allows me to serve others, challenges me and provides opportunity for growth.
University of Texas at San Antonio: B.S. in Kinesiology Exercise Science
Graduation date: May 11, 2012 Major GPA: 3.9/4.0
Awards: Deans List (3.75 GPA- Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2010, and Spring 2012)
Presidents List (4.0 GPA - Summer 2011)
RELATED WORK EXPERIENCES
AVID Tutor – Oct 2007- Jan 2012 O’Connor High School (NISD)
Tutor in the class room twice a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays) with AVID students from 9th-12th grade: taught and helped with Math, Science, English, Spanish and History
College Tutor- Oct 2007- Jan 2012 O’Connor High School (NISD)
Tutor in the library three times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) with students from 9th-12th grade: taught and helped with Math, Science, English, Spanish and History
Athletic Trainer Intern- Jan 2012- May 2012 Brandeis High School (NISD)
Interned, observed and assisted two Athletic Trainers in the classroom and on the practice fields.
Boys Basketball Team Coach- June 2003- September 2009
Assistant or head coach of an AAU and CYO Boys Basketball team.
Kellye Dear (210) 872-5263 Head AVID Coordinator/Head of Tutoring Center
Helen Womack (210) 279-2642 Assistant AVID Coordinator
7th Grade Math
Dear Parents and Families:
I want to extend to you and your child my warmest welcome into my classroom. My name is Mr. Lozano and I will be your child’s 7th grade Math Teacher this year. This will be my first year teaching at XXXXXX Middle School, but I have over 5 years of experience working as an educator assistant in a classroom environment. I graduated with a degree in Kinesiology: Exercise Science from the University of Texas at San Antonio. I enjoy exercising and playing a variety of sports as well has spending time with my fiancée. I love to travel and am currently learning to speak Spanish.
My philosophy for teaching is that each child is unique and that each child learns in a different way. With that being said I feel that one of my jobs as a teacher is to help your child discover his or her individuality and work with them to help maximize their learning. I believe in learning through hands on experiences and getting the children directly involved. Attached to this page you will find a list of my rules and procedures for inside the classroom. If you wish to get in touch with me to set up a parent teacher conference or for any other reason my school phone number is XXX-XXX-XXXX and my school email is XXXXXX@XXXX.net. I am really looking forward to having your son or daughter and a fun-filled year.
XXXXXX Middle School
Classroom Management Plan
- Be polite, courteous and respectful to everyone. With this rule students will learn to respect not only myself (the teacher) but other students. Being polite and courteous will allow for optimum learning in the classroom along with teaching the students manners they will use in everyday life.
- Be seated when the bell rings. Because middle school students aren’t quite used to a bell system this teaches them promptness and classroom time won’t be wasted with students trying to get to their seats.
- No Bullying. This is a bully free zone and I will have a zero tolerance policy with this subject.
- Come to class prepared and ready to learn. This includes having homework, assignments or projects ready. The other part entails the student being ready to learn, throughout the day there will be many times for students to visit but in the classroom learning comes first.
- Verbal Praise
- Good notes or email sent home
- Test extra credit sheets. If you finish homework in class and there is still class time remaining students will have opportunity to work on extra math sheets that when completed will give them 3 extra points on a test.
- Lozano Club. Top 3 test scores per period will be written along with students name on white board and students will be given a homework pass.
- Homework pass. With homework pass this allows student an extra day to complete homework with no penalty. If student accumulates 5 homework passes this gives student 1 time exemption from homework and they will be given a 100 for that homework assignment.
- Verbal Warning
- Student/Teacher Conference
- Note or Phone call home
- Parent/ Teacher Conference with referral to office
- Administrative Involvement
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