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CURRICULUM VITAE

Julie Hoang
Bachelor of Education (Primary)
PERSONAL DETAILS
Postal Address

12 Apple Blossom Drive,


Mirrabooka,
Western Australia WA 6061

E-mail address

julie.hoang@hotmail.com

Phone

(H)
(M)

Date of Birth

2nd March 1994

Birthplace

Australia

Drivers Licence

C class

9209 1385
0422 030 656

DET Number
WWC Number

1068309

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
2013

Perth Modern School (2nd year Practicum, BEd)


Teaching duties included years 9 Mathematics and year 10 Mathematics
advance

2012

John Forrest Secondary College (1st year Practicum, BEd Secondary)


Teaching duties were year 9 Mathematics.

OTHER EMPLOYMENT
(2012 current)
Crew Trainer & Caf Barista
McDonalds, Girrawheen
(2014)

Academic Mentor
Curtin AHEAD Academic Mentoring Program, Curtin University
Main responsibilities working with individuals or small groups to raise their
academic achievement and confidence for identified content or skills in
Mathematics and Science

(2010 2012)

Teacher Assistant
Vietnamese Community Cultural and Language School of Western
Australia
Main responsibilities assisting students reading and fund raising

(2012)

Tutor
Kumon Tutoring Organisation, Kingsway Indoor Stadium
Main responsibilities assisting children age 6-11 numeracy and literacy

Summary of Skills
I am well organised and always finding new ways to further improve my teaching. In a classroom
environment, I regularly monitor and scaffold students learning. While on my practicums during my
study in Secondary Education, I regularly ask why and please explain questions to students to
give me their answers. I try to prompt students who do not have their hands up to contribute to

class discussions. This is useful as that it engages the whole class and doesnt allow a few
students to dominate the lesson. I keep students motivated with varied, lively approaches.
Developing Students
As part of my teaching, I always take into consideration the different learning needs of students
and modify my lessons to meet these. Extension pieces of work are given to students performing
above their Year Level. For lower end students, tasks are broken down into smaller, manageable
steps to ensure they succeed. While being an academic mentor for Curtins AHEAD Mentoring
Program at Swan View Senior High School, I had set up a tutoring session every Monday after
school for students who would like extra Mathematics assistance.
Focus on Performance
As a reflective classroom pre-service teacher, I value highly the advice and experience of my
mentor teachers. I always look upon working within a team as an opportunity to exchange ideas,
discuss issues and share a common aim to develop programs of learning that fulfil the
requirements of the Australian Curriculum and inspire students. During my practicums at John
Forrest Secondary College, I had given timely feedback to students with assessments by clarifying
and addressing areas of concern. Students were required to reflect about how well they performed
in their assessments through a mathematics journal. This allows them to identify factors that may
have hindered their results and therefore develop strategies to improve.
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
014-current

Bachelor of Education (Primary),


Curtin University of Technology, Bentley,
Western Australia

2011

Mercy College, (WA) Tertiary Entrance Examinations

REFEREES
Personal
Ms Amelia Wong
Close friend
Mobile: +61 413 233 192
Email: amelia.wong@education.wa.edu.au
Professional
Mr Cameron Thorn
Coaches Coordinator,
Curtin AHEAD in School Academic Mentoring Program, Bentley,
Western Australia, Australia
Mobile:+61 401 103 027
Work: +61 8 9266 2496
Email: cameron.thorn@curtin.edu.au
Mrs Quita Berry
Mathematics Teacher,
Perth Modern, Subiaco,
Western Australia, Australia
Work: +61 8 9380 0527
Email: quita.berry@education.wa.edu.au