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Joel L. McClain Sr.

3514 West Adams Street, Chicago, Illinois 60624, Home 773 826-2131, Cellular 312
618-5613, jmd922e2@westpost.net
OPENING I am a high-energy, enthusiastic and dependable individual who excels i
n
challenging and competitive environments, dedicated to my work commended
for working with all ages from infants - school aged children, and I have a
passion for education and a commitment to optimizing students and school
success.

OBJECTIVE To Obtain a challenging Teaching position with diverse job responsib


ility in a
growth-oriented organization.

EXPERIENCE
February 2010 to Marcy Newberry Association Chicago, Illinois
Present
State Pre-K Lead Teacher
Lead the classroom team in creating an atmosphere in which children can learn,
Supervise all activities of the children in both the classroom and outside,
Introduces and provides guidance to the teacher assistant, teacher aide, and
volunteers, trains and evaluate subordinate staff and prepare performance and
progress reports, introduces and teaches language development skills, concept
of numbers, colors, shapes textures, music, and arts / crafts. Plan field trip
s and
prepare children for follow up activities, research new curriculum methods,
assume responsibility for proper care of classroom equipment and supplies,
prepare reports on activities including attendance records, prepare progress
reports on children IEP plans, make home visits, complete anecdotal notes,
portfolios, ESI screenings, and other assessments and work closely with
special consultants and other resource individuals.

February 2009 to Marcy Newberry Association Chicago, Illinois


February 2010
Teacher Assistant
Planned and organized work under the supervision of the lead teacher, assisted
with serving meals, outdoor activities, monitored children on field trips, cre
ated
lesson plans, prepared bulletin boards, maintained orderly arrangement of the
classroom, assisted with toileting, completed observations, conducted circle
time, music and movement, creative play, arts and crafts, and completed
documentation on all assigned students.

May 2004 to Primo Center for Women and Chicago, Illinois


November 2006 Children
After School Coordinator / Teacher
Coordinated activities for programs after school hours, taught basic computer
skills to students, assisted with homework assignments, arts and crafts,
organized and implemented field trips, monitored the grounds for safety, kept
accurate records, implemented programs and assemblies to motivate students. Wo
rked
with infants and toddlers, preparing feedings, diaper ch
anging, exercises in infant/
toddler age groupings, assessed children for development
al growth, provided
activities for age appropriate learning.

EDUCATION
2010 Level 2 ECE Credential Chicago, Illinois
Great Start Credential Program
2010 Level 2 Infant / Toddler Credential Chicago, Illinois
Great Start Credential Program

2009 - Present Kendall College Chicago, Illinois


Early Childhood Education
Currently working towards BA degree with type 04 certification.

2008-2009 Kaplan University Chicago, Illinois


Early Childhood Education

2007 Distant Learning for Childcare Chicago, Illinois


Professionals
Certificate, Early Childhood

2005 Harold Washington College Chicago, Illinois


Certificate, Education Advocacy

2003 Malcolm X College Chicago, Illinois


Certificate, Starting a Home Based Childcare Business

1995 Triton College River Grove, Illinois


Certificate, Activity Director