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Lucia Jeong

jeonglu7@gmail.com / 201-310-4103 / 14 Hamilton Road, Waltham, MA, 02453



EDUCATION
Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology May 2014
Minor in Education
MA Department of Early Education and Care Certification
MA SEI Endorsement Course: The Teaching of English Language Learners Pre K-12

EXPERIENCE
Franklin Elementary School (1
st
grade), Newton, MA January 2014 May 2014
Student Full Practicum, Student Teacher
Led whole-class teaching, small group teaching, and one-on-one teaching
Planned, taught, and assessed students for at least one week as a solo teacher
Developed and taught a comprehensive unit to the class
Constructed lesson plans to teach individually to the class
Developed formative and summative assessment for the class
Differentiated instruction and manage classroom expectations
Participated in all teacher planning meetings, parent-teacher conferences, staff meetings, in-service
and committee meetings
Researched a focal child throughout the semester and help the child to develop as a learner by using
instructional strategies to make knowledge accessible and engaging

Franklin Elementary School (1
st
grade), Newton, MA September 2013 December 2013
Student Pre-Practicum, Student Teacher
Led mini-lessons, reading groups, and one-on-one instruction
Supported cooperating teacher with classroom management and student assessment
Researched a focal child throughout the semester and helped the child to develop as a learner by
using instructional strategies to make knowledge accessible and engaging

Brackett Elementary School (1
st
grade), Arlington, MA January 2013 May 2013
Fieldwork, Student Teacher
Researched how literacy operates in the classroom
Researched a focal child throughout the semester and help the child to develop as a learner by using
instructional strategies to make knowledge accessible and engaging
Supported cooperating teacher with classroom management and student assessment.

Plympton Elementary School (3
rd
grade), Waltham, MA August 2012 December 2012
Fieldwork, Student Teacher
Researched a focal child throughout the semester and help the child to develop as a learner by using
instructional strategies to make knowledge accessible and engaging
Developed suggestions about ideal learning environment for focal child
Supported cooperating teacher with classroom management and student assessment.

Stanley Elementary School (2
nd
grade), Waltham, MA January 2012 May 2012
Fieldwork, Student Teacher
Constructed mini-unit plans that include language and content goals, TESOL procedures, and
assessment
Supported cooperating teacher with classroom management and student assessment.
Researched an English Language Learner throughout the semester and help the child to develop as a
learner by using instructional strategies to make knowledge accessible and engaging.

Lemberg Childrens Center, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA January 2011 December 2013
Teacher Assistant
Planned and led activities to develop childrens social, language, cognitive, and motor skills
Discussed with fellow teacher assistants to improve quality of childrens activities, concerns and
suggestions for each child to increase education and social skills
Supervised and interacted with children under the age of six during snack, activity, meal times

DC Public Schools Central Office, Washington DC June 2013 August 2013
Urban Education Leadership Internship Program, Associate
Created survey questionnaire using in-depth research regarding students with experiences in robotics
and surveyed 219 students at DC Public Schools
Developed database that tracks career trajectories for FIRST Robotics Competition participants using
Excel.
Built an organizational chart and a point of contact list for DCPS Central Office as a member of the
Strategy Committee

International Student Registration Center, Ellicott City, MD July September 2012
International Liaison for Korean and English speakers
Registered new students into the Howard County Public School System
Scheduled meetings, answered phone calls, sent emails, and organized administrative tasks
Facilitated registration process for international students and families

Lifespan Psychology Lab, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA September 2010 December 2012
Research Assistant
Edited and revised files and data using EKG (electrocardiogram), SPSS Software, and Syntax
Contributed in lab meetings to discuss ongoing research within the lab

English Speaking Union Camp, Seoul, Korea July 2011
Mentor
Taught debate English to Korean elementary, middle school, and high school students
Led group discussions on how the mentees can improve their debating abilities
Attended daily meetings to monitor and evaluate how mentors can improve their teaching
Planned activities and games to increase students use of English

Lemberg Childrens Center, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA September-December 2010
Office Assistant
Organized and filed various data and administrative information
Received and made phone calls to parents and staff members
Checked each teacher assistants references by making phone calls and sending emails

Chungnam National University, Daejeon, Korea June-July 2010
Psychology Department, Research Assistant
Put together and conducted surveys, and recorded data using Microsoft Excel
Translated English Psychology Articles, lab papers, and business letters to Korean and vice versa
Made phone calls to inquire in both Korean and English
Took part in developing computer-based beta testing

Waltham Group, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA September-December 2010
Volunteer for Waltham Kids Club Afternoon Enrichment
Helped middle school students with homework
Led activities with other volunteers during break time

SKILLS
Language: Fluent in Korean and English, beginner French
Computer: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher, Word), SPSS, EKG Editor, HTML