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SEAN M. HUNTER
47 Lawlor Street, Floor #2
New Britain, CT 06051
To obtain a position as a full- or part-time Spanish teacher at the secondary level. Currently possess state of Connecticut foreign language teacher certification (PreK-12)
August 2003-May 2005. Central Connecticut State University, Master of Science degree in Special Education (graduation date: May 26, 2005). GPA: 3.65
August 2001- August 2003. Central Connecticut State University, Certification in Spanish PreK-12 (completed NCATE program in August 2003)
September 2000-May 2001. The College of Saint Rose (Albany, NY), secondary education courses at the master’s degree level as well as Violence Prevention, Substance Abuse and Child Abuse workshops relevant for educators.
August 1992-May 1996. The College of Saint Rose (Albany, NY), Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish, minor in political science (magna cum laude graduate: May 11, 1996).
September 1994-December 1994. The University of Valencia (Spain), Fall Semester Study Abroad, Spanish language and literature. Received certificado de merito.
September 2006-Present. ESL/Reading Teacher. Private Family. Glastonbury, CT.
April 2006-January 2007. Substitute Teacher. Plainville Community Schools, Plainville, CT.
April 2006-Present. Substitute Teacher. South Windsor Public Schools, South Windsor, CT.
December 2004-Present. Special Education Tutor. Futures, Inc., Central Office- Middletown, CT
Planned and implemented lessons for one-on-one tutoring to students with disabilities and students demonstrating need in various subjects, mainly the areas of reading and mathematics (Hartford, New Britain, and Meriden districts).
Administered Bader reading and math assessments to students of various ages and grade levels, and scored tests for supervisor.
Translated written and spoken word between Spanish-speaking families and English-speaking company/employer
Completed progress sheets/reports on students with whom I worked.
Completed daily logs of educational progress of my own students and activities covered during session.
Frequently communicated with/updated parents on child’s academic progress.
October 2005-December 2005. Substitute Teacher. Wethersfield School District. Wethersfield, CT.
September 2003-April 2005. Substitute Teacher. Berlin School District. Berlin, CT.
January 2004-March 2004. Observer/Tutor. Pulaski Middle School. Observed and worked with students with physical, developmental, emotional and behavioral disorders as part of graduate work at Central Connecticut State University.
September 2003-December 2003. Observer. Wheeler Clinic/ Northwest Village School. Plainville, CT. Observed students in a Special Education class (for Emotional and Behavioral Disorders class).
January 2003-May 2003. Student Teacher. East Hartford High School. East Hartford, CT.
Conducted instruction in Spanish I and Spanish III classes for the entire semester, fulfilling all duties of the regular classroom teacher.
Completed progress reports at the end of the semester.
Prepared for observations by cooperating teacher and student teaching supervisor from Central Connecticut State University.
January 2002-May 2002. Tutor and observer. Pulaski Middle School. New Britain, CT. Tutored secondary school students in Spanish language and directed group work.
January 2002-May 2002. Tutor and mentor. Farmington High School. Farmington, CT. Tutored high school students in Spanish and assisted with homework and related activities.
September 2002-December 2002. Observer/Teacher Assistant. Pulaski Middle School. New Britain, CT. Observed and taught individual and group lessons in Spanish.
November 2002-December 2002. Team teacher.
Group taught Spanish lessons at the YMCA in New Britain, CT as part of course requirement for Elementary School FL teaching methods course. .
September 2001-December 2001. Teacher’s assistant. Pulaski Middle School. New Britain, CT.
November 2006. Express to Success. Workshop on Positive Behavioral Support. Middle School of Plainville.
October 2002. Conference of Language Teachers (COLT) Workshop. Cromwell, CT.
June 2002-present. Pari-mutual clerk. Capital District OTB. Schenectady, NY.