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JACQUELNE HUGHES

CERTIFICATION

39 Winding Road Rockville Centre. NY I 1570

s 16-5 I 0-5921

NYS Early Childhood Education Birth-Grade 2 (Pending)

NYS Childhood Education Grades 1-6 (Pending)

EDUCATION

Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY

Master of Science, Early Childhood and Childhood Education, May 2015

Stony Brook Universiry; Stony Bnrok, Nl' Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, May 2012

HONORS

Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Oceanside Elementary School #4, Oceanside,IYY

Student Teacher, Grade 2, March 20 1 5 -April 20 I 5

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Designed interactive lessons on the different coins, their values and how to add as well as subtract two diglit coin values

Created additional cooperative learning lessons that provided students v 'ith further opportunities to work

with coin manipulatives

Corrducted grnded readrrrg groups of 3-5 studcrrls Developed lesson segment on using the sequence of events to enhance reading comprehension

Designed interactive lessons intertwining life cycles and sequence of events

Aided students in transition to a permanent substitute by maintaining daily routine, classroom

management techniques and communication with administration and colleague Student Teacher, Grade 5 Math and Science/Health, January 2015-March 2015

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Planned and executed lessons on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions as well as mixed numbers in accordance with Common Core and New York State Standards

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Created interactive SMARTnotebook presentations to enhance lessons

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Analyzed data provided by cumulative assessments to create small groups based on areas of need in

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mathematics Conducted hands-on experiments while providing a safe, structured classroom setting through classroom

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Implemented role playing and act it out anti-bullying lesson plans based on district's health curriculum W illiam S. C overt Elementary School, R.ockville C entre, NY

Participatory Obsener, Kindergarten and Grade 5, September 2014-Novmeber j.:014

.i Observed two cfassroom settrngs and developed one Jesson per class wi'nrn each class'' thematrc unrt * Guided 5th grade students on research skills to complete project on Rev<,lutionary War Heroes

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Worked with small kindergarten groups on developing phonemic skills

RELATED EXPERIENCE

Long Island Beach Bums Lacrosse Club Head Coach,2020 Team (7'h Grade), May 2012-Present

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Lead girls in development of lacrosse skills and concepts

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Develop drills, create, implement and execute game plans

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Instill values of teamwork.

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disci.nline and hard work

.f. Coordinate practice schedule and locations with program director and o her coaches

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Communicate with parents on a consistent basis

 

Molloy College Athletics Department, Women's Lacrosse

Assistant Coach, August 201 2-Present

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Work primarily with defensive unit

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Communicate with head coach and other assistants to create practice and game plans Encourage fulfillment of high expectations required of student-athletes on the field, in the classroom and

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the community Develop itineraries and arrange plans for travel

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Responsible for safety of student-athletes on away trips

Checkmate Lacrosse Camp Counselor Summers June 2006-August 201 1

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Responsible for girls ranging in ages from 3 to l5 years old for duration of camp

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Worked to effectively teach the basic skills of lacrosse and evaluate development through the course of the week

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Provided safe environment for campers throughout day including lunch and snack time

ACTIVITIES

L.I.M.L.F. Special Needs Clinic Volunteer October 2015

NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Team Member, Stony Brook University, August 2008-September 2012

Captain, NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Team, Stony Brook University, November 2011-May 2012

Oceanside Student-Athlete College Recruiting Night, Panel Speaker, I:une2012 and June 2013

Oceanside PAL Girls' Lacrosse Volunteer, Summer 2012

SKILLS

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CPR and First Aid Certified

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Knowledge of SMART Board and Interactive White Board Technology, Microsoft Office, Power Point,

Pearson Realize Mathematics Program, Reading Street Program, Simple Science Program

REFERENCES

Dr. Kevin Sheehan, Professor Molloy College/Former Social Studies Department Head (516) 643-6953

Richard Ferri, Professor Molloy College/Former Principal (516) 712-4347

Lisa Silverstein, Teacher Oceanside School District (516) 376-5154