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White Board Prezumé by Yongtai Jing
Transcript of White Board Prezumé by Yongtai Jing
3729 63rd ST,
Woodside, NY 11377
The Resume of Yongtai Jing
Worked with 3rd graders as a classroom assistant;
Cooperated teaching of ELA, Math and Science lessons.
Tutored 1st to 5th graders in Math, ELA, and Science;
Implemented project table and dramatic play.
Classroom management for diverse populations
Planning big events and activities.
SUNY New Paltz, 19TH May, 2013
Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood & Childhood Education B-6 -- Mathematics
Mandarin Language Teacher
Sep, 2011 ~ Jan 2013 at Mid-Hudson Chinese Language Center Wappingers Falls, NY
Worked with the children 3 to 5 years old who never learned Chinese before;
Created all student-centered activities for teaching basic Chinese vocabulary and dialogues via music games, TPR, creative movement, drawing, etc.
Sep, 2010 ~ Aug, 2011 at Mid-Hudson Chinese Language Center Wappingers Falls, NY
Teacher of Children Church
Oct, 2011 ~ Jan, 2013
at Mid-Hudson Chinese Christian Church Wappingers Falls, NY
ENERGETIC, ADAPTABLE, CREATIVE,
Education Major GPA 3.45
Math Major GPA 3.45
Teaching Mandarin for different levels and ages
Curriculum design for Project-based Approach
Worked with 3rd to 5th graders who have learned Chinese for 2~3 years;
Created and developed all lesson plans, assignments, and exams based on the offered textbooks and extended curriculum independently;
Evaluated students’ performance at the end of each semester;
Handled questions and concerns with parents; setting up teacher-and-parents conferences;
Introduced basic Chinese traditional culture via proper activities for different age groups.
Play Group Language Teacher
Created lesson plans and student-centered activities to teach Bible stories and principles for the children in 1st& 2nd class and 3rd-to-5th class.
Vacation Bible School Teacher
Summer 2011 at Mid-Hudson Chinese Christian Church - Wappingers Falls, NY
Managed and supervised the half-day program for students in 3rd and 4th grades;
Designed lesson plans and taught Bible stories and principles.
Mandarin Language Tutor
Nov 2010 ~ Jan, 2013
at New Paltz, Poughkeepsie, Wappingers Falls, Beacon , NY
Worked with the students from 3 to 13 years old in different group settings;
Worked with the students with speech issue caused by cleft lip and palates;
Designed curriculum targeting on different learning groups;
Organized field trips to explore Chinese culture by using local resources.
Field Work I
Aug, 2011 ~ Dec, 2011 at New Paltz Methodist Play School
New Paltz, NY
Cooperated teaching in 3 year-old class and 4 year-old class; managed classroom activities and outdoor activities;
Designed and developed learning centers, such as math games, Chinese language learning.
Field Work II
Feb, 2012~ May, 2012 at Boys & Girls Club New burgh, NY
Work Field III
Sep, 2012~ Dec, 2012 at Lenape Elementary School New Paltz, NY
Jan, 2013~ Current at P.S. 64 Robert Simon at Manhattan, NY
Planned daily lessons and activities for Pre-K class and 5th grade class (12 out of 25 students with learning disabilities in the 5th grade class);
Created and developed unit lesson plans, Project-based Approach learning activities and cooperated teaching in Pre-K class and 5th grade class.
New York State Initial Certifications: Childhood Education (Grades 1-6)
Early Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 2)
Chinese Language Lecturer of Languages, Literature & Cultures Department
at SUNY New Paltz
Principal of Mid-Hudson Chinese Language Center at Wappingers Falls
5th Grade Classroom Teacher at P.S. 64 Robert Simon
To whom it may concern，
It is with utmost pleasure that I offer my recommendation and support for Miss Yongtai Jing in her application for a position in Chinese program in your school.
Yongtai Jing is a senior student in State University of New York at New Paltz’ Elementary Education Program. I became to know Yongtai almost four years ago when I began my Chinese language teaching career at New paltz. I have found Yongtai an extremely hardworking student. She is a native speaker of Chinese and has an excellent command of Chinese language, linguistics, and cultures. During her undergraduate studies at New Paltz, Yongtai has learned the theories and practices in teaching Chinese as a foreign language in particular. She has learned the methodological trends in teaching second/foreign languages, and both conventional and innovative teaching strategies. Yongtai is a disciplined learner and set high expectations for herself.
While studying at SUNY New Paltz, Yongtai has visited and observed many classes in kindergartens and elementary schools. Through these field work experiences, Yongtai has learned to integrate theory and practice. She also had the chance to work with American students individually as well as in groups. She is currently doing her student teaching in a New York City public school in the spring of 2013. Under the guidance of her cooperating teacher, Yongtai is making the best out of the experience. She has learned to prepare lessons, plan learning activities for both large classes as well as small groups, and more importantly, work with students of a diversified linguistic and cultural background. Furthermore, Yongtai has experience teaching kindergarten to 5th grade Chinese classes in Mid Hudson Chinese Language Center in the past few years. She works extremely hard, and is always well prepared, has a good rapport with the students and enjoys an excellent working relationship with her colleagues. For her hard work and excellent performance, Yongtai has received very positive feedback and evaluation from her cooperating teacher, supervisor, colleagues, parents and her students as well.
On a personal note, Yongtai is pleasant, friendly, and responsible. As you can see, I think very highly of Yongtai Jing and I recommend her to you with no reservation.
Lecturer of Chinese
Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
State University of New York at New Paltz
600 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
600 East 6th Street
New York, NY 10009
May 16, 2013
To Whom It May Concern:
I am writing this letter to recommend Ms. Yongtai Jing for a teaching position. Ms. Jing served as a student teacher in the fifth grade at PS 64 for eight weeks. She was part of a two-teacher team with 25 students; 12 of whom have learning disabilities. This experience provided Ms. Jing with constant practice in differentiating instruction.
Ms. Jing had a positive experience in my classroom. She has a strong background in mathematics and planned rigorous standards based math lessons. Throughout the course of the eight weeks, she assisted a core group of students who were struggling with certain math concepts. She assessed them daily and decided what additional strategies she would have to teach them in order to meet the needs of those students.
Additionally, Ms. Jing contributed to the planning and teaching of a thematic unit on the United States. The series of lessons she planned incorporated reading, writing, math and technology. The students were thoroughly engaged.
I believe Ms. Jing has the potential to become an very effective teacher with proper mentoring and professional development..
If you would like any further information, feel free to contact me.
Vice President of
Chinese Students Association
at SUNY New Paltz, October, 2008 ~ May, 2010
Sunshine International Group, Inc.
Coordinate with educational institutions for on-campus recruitment events;
Plan and manage recruitment, selection, and employee orientation.
Chinese Christian Fellowship
at SUNY New Paltz, September, 2009 ~ January, 2013
Coordinated with other student clubs and school's departments;
Planned and organized big independent events and cooperating events with other organizations and academic departments.
Organized weekly Bible study meetings and outdoor activities for members;
Invited speakers to give speeches monthly ;
Organized monthly special events
at New Jersey, February, 2013~ Current