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ELENA M.

HARO
978-844-1255 35 Spy Pond Parkway
erivera3@lesley.edu Arlington, MA 02474

EDUCATION LESLEY UNIVERSITY January 2015


Cambridge, MA
B. A. in Early Childhood Education & Child Studies, minor in Spanish
Passed all Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure
GPA: 3.9/4.0

STUDY ABROAD: INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF SEVILLE Spring 2012


Seville, Spain

ADDITIONAL Spanish
LANGUAGE

WORK The ABC Preschool, Arlington, MA September 2016 - Present


EXPERIENCE Teacher, PreK
A Preschool with approximately 60 students
Design and implement lessons in math, literacy, and science through open-ended
play activities
Design and implement activities for music, art, and P.E.
Lead weekly lessons outdoors that center around literacy, science, and math
Facilitate and support the development of students peer interaction skills
Interact with students and monitor children during classroom activities
Conduct assessments for gross motor, fine motor, social-emotioanl, and pre-
literacy, pre-math, and pre-science skills

The International School of Brussels, Belgium August 2015 - June 2016


Teacher, PreK Fellow
A Preschool - 12 private school with approximately 1500 students
Designed and implemented lessons in math, literacy, and science through small
group instruction, utilizing strategies for ELLs at varying levels of English
language acquisition
Led weekly activities in forest classroom that centered around math, literacy,
science, and community building
Interacted with students and monitored children during classroom activities,
recess, and specials; aided in transition from one activity to the next
Assisted lead specialist teachers in music, art, P.E. and psychomotricity
Met with Assistant Head of School/mentor monthly to reflect on performance
and set professional goals
Led weekly after school science club for students in grades kindergarten through
second
Conducted assessments and in-depth child study
Private tutor, Cambridge, MA September 2012 - Present
Tutoring students ages 8 to15 in Spanish, math, social studies, science, ELA, and English
as a second language

Ayer Kiddie Depot, Ayer, MA September 2011- 2012


Assistant preschool teacher for class for 18 children ranging from ages 2.9 - 5


EDUCATIONAL The Lesley Ellis School, Arlington, MA Fall 2014
FIELD Student Teacher, Kindergarten
EXPERIENCES A K - 8 private school with approximately 175 students
Designed and implemented lessons in science, writing, social studies, and art
through small group and whole class instruction, utilizing strategies for ELLs
Worked in a small group setting with children for reading groups
Interacted with students and monitored children during classroom activities,
recess, and specials; aid in transition from one activity to the next
Met with lead teacher bi-weekly to plan lessons and reflect on performance
Practiced the four professional standards of teaching: 1) Curriculum, planning
and assessment; 2) Teaching all students; 3) Family and Community
Engagement; 4) Professional Culture

The Morse School, Cambridge, MA Spring 2014


Student Intern, First Grade
A Junior K - 5 public school that utilizes the Common Core Standards and the Core
Knowledge scope and sequence.
Designed and implemented lessons in writing, math, science, and art through
small group and whole class instruction to a culturally diverse group of students
Conducted guided reading with students in a one-on-one setting
Practiced classroom management skills such as transitions from one activity to
another; delivery of whole-class directions; and monitoring children in the
hallways as they moved from the classroom to school specials
Met the four professional standards of teaching: 1) Curriculum, planning and
assessment; 2) Teaching all students; 3) Family and Community Engagement;
4) Professional Culture

The Russell School, Dorchester MA Fall 2013


Student Intern, Kindergarten
A K1 - 5 public school that serves a diverse student body. All students are eligible for free
breakfast and lunch.
Designed and implemented an inquiry project over the course of the semester
that focused on reading and writing, health, and art
Offered individual and small group aid to students
Assisted with classroom management such as monitoring students in the
hallways and aiding transitions from the breakfast, lunch, and recess periods
Facilitated students in math, reading and writers workshop
Communicated with parents through written correspondence and face-to-face
interactions

The Pierce School, Brookline, MA Spring 2013


Student Intern, Second Grade
A K - 8 public school with approximately 670 students, one-third of whom are ELLs.
Assisted in classroom management
Interacted with students and aided in reading, math, science and writing
Provided one-on-one assistance to students
Supported teacher with daily activities and dropping off / picking up of students
from school specials

SCHOLARSHIPS Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship 2012, 2013, 2014
& ACCOLADES Lesley University Presidents List 2012, 2013, 2014
Lesley University Deans List 2012, 2013, 2014
Elena M. Haro
35 Spy Pond Parkway
Arlington, MA 02474
978-844-1255
erivera3@lesley.edu

REFERENCES

Kevin Flood
Assistant Director
Arlington Boys & Girls Club
60 Pond Lane, Arlington, MA 02474
(781) 648-1617 ext #23
kflood@abgclub.org
Supervisor

Robin Portle
Preschool Teacher
The ABC Preschool
60 Pond Lane, Arlington, MA 02474
(857) 209-1698
robinaportle@aol.com
Colleague; interim co-teacher

Jenna Prothers
PreK Teacher; Preschool & PreK Team Leader
The International School of Brussels
Kattenberg 19, 1170 Brussels, Belgium
+32 2 661 42 11
prothersj@isb.be
Co-teacher

Loretta Stanley
Assistant Head of Early Childhood Centre
The International School of Brussels
Kattenberg 19, 1170 Brussels, Belgium
+32 2 661 42 11
stanleyl@isb.be
Supervisor & Mentor