Lustig - Online Teacher - Columbus, OH, USA

Linda Lustig

Columbus, OH, USA

Services

Online Teacher

  • Full time
  • Part time
  • One time
  • Contract
  • Temp

Summary:

I have gone through a training course with Aurora University and hold a certificate in online teaching for k-12. In addition I am teaching a literature course for our advanced level students in 8th grade, that is entirely online. I have developed the course and love the community of learners that the online course enables us to have. I have also completed a teacher education online program . So I have a clear understanding in the development and experience in online education. I would love the opportunity to be able to offer students a great experience in learning in an online environment that supports personal goal and cooperation..

Work History

Math Interventionist, IB- MYP Coordinator

Literacy Assessment-QRI

From August 2012

-5, DIBELS Next, Easy CBM, as well as other formal and informal assessments
• Instruction and planning for reading intervention using Achieve 3000
• Instruction and planning for math intervention using ST Math
• Advanced level intervention through On-line Book Club
• Progress monitoring and recording
• One on one and small group intervention
• Communication with staff and parents
• Reading Across the curriculum implementation
• Coordination and implementation of International Baccalaureate curriculum and climate
• Professional Development for Staff including but not limited to literacy, and IB-MYP programming
• New Staff support and mentoring
• Serving on Learning/Leadership committee, Wisconsion IB Association, PBIS/CICO
• Extracurricular activity support in student counsel, arts and crafts club

Master Reading Instructor

Cardinal Stritch Literacy Center Townsend Center

• Literacy Assessment- Using Woodcock Johnson, QRI-5, as well as other formal and informal assessments
• Comprehensive reporting and intervention planning
• Instruction and planning using 6 tiered intervention strategies tailored to the individual student needs.
• One on one an small group instruction
• Post intervention planning
• Communication with parents and staff

Language! Support - Professional Development

Milwaukee Public Schools

From January 2010

• Develop instructional supports and create presentation for teaching teachers differentiation in the Language program
• Lead experiential Learning experience of differentiated materials
• Provide Teachers with resources and support on differentiation in the classroom.

Special Education Teacher

MPS. Milwaukee High School

From September 2009

Special Education/Reading teacher for Cross categorical special education students

• Teacher Research based reading program for special education students.
• Assess and remediate reading difficulties.
• Developed reading and English accommodations for students with severe delays in reading and writing.
• Co -teach and modify curriculum for students within the regular education room
• Communication and collaboration with other Teachers and staff.
• Leadership role within the Literacy team.
• I.E.P. Case Manager for up to 20 students.
• The writing and implementing of Individual Education Plans.
• Create accommodations for students in classroom and on caseload.
• Work closely with parents and guardians to ensure student success.
• Integrate technology and the arts into student curriculum.
• Produce various assessments to measure knowledge of students.
• Plan an adapted curriculum that matches the Wisconsin State Core Standards.
• Earned Home Depot and DPI Grants for the integration of Urban Window Farming to Literacy Project.

resource teacher for Cross categorical special education students

Inclusion

Special Education Teacher

MPS. Pulaski High School

From September 2007

Teacher in a Self Contained

• Co -teacher and modify curriculum for students within the regular education room
• Communication and collaboration with other Teachers and staff.
• Leadership role within the Small learning community/ and Work study program
• I.E.P. Case Manager for up to 20 students.
• The writing and implementing of Individual Education Plans.
• Create accommodations for students in classroom and on caseload.
• Work closely with parents and guardians to ensure student success.
• Integrate technology and the arts into student curriculum.
• Produce various assessments to measure knowledge of students.
• Plan an adapted curriculum that matches the Milwaukee Public Schools learning targets and Wisconsin State Standards.

Student Teacher

South Division High School

June 2007 - August 2007

• Taught two 90 minute periods of English 11 and 12.
• Created and taught lessons to students with various learning abilities.
• Formed various assessment techniques for students.
• Adapted assessments for students with special needs
• Used a variety of teaching methods tailored to fit the students various learning styles.
• Communicated on a regular basis with student and staff on progress of students.
• Taught English Literature to E.S.L. students.

Work Experience prior to teaching

Stress Management and Mental Health Clinic

October 2001 - October 2007

• Provided individual, family, and group therapy for clients age 4 through adult.
• Provided written and oral communication to various community agencies and schools, including participation in individual Education plans
• Documentation of treatment and treatment planning.

Pathways East Counseling Center

Up to October 2001

• Provided individual and Family counseling to clients age 4 through adult
• Provided services to at risk youth and their families through Wrap around Milwaukee
• Provide written and oral communication with community agencies and schools.
• Provided written documentation and treatment planning for services.

Stress Management and Mental Health Clinic

March 1997 - November 1997

• Provide individual and family therapy to at risk youth and their families
• Provide written and oral communication with community agencies and school.

St. Charles Youth and Family Services

March 1992 - March 1997

• Provide therapeutic services to at risk youth and their families.
• Written and oral communication with staff, communities agencies and schools
• Provide Psycho-educational opportunities for youth.
• Transitioning of youth to return to their homes after placement in RTC or corrections institution
• Planned and implemented recreational, educational, and social activities incorporating therapeutic theme.

Qualifications & Certifications

building engagement and comprehension

Cardinal Stritch University

Education Certifications

UW Stout

Education

UW

Art Therapy

Mount Mary College

Psychology

University of Wisconsin

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