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Chloe Torres
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Professional Summary
Experienced early childhood teacher working in diverse districts including rural and urban settings, with diverse student populations including ELL and learning disabilities.  Active in programs to include families in student learning and school culture.  National Board Certified Teacher in Early Childhood Through Young Adulthood/Exceptional Needs Specialist
Skills
Experience
Special Education Preschool Teacher Aug 2007Jan 2014 Federal Way Public Schools Federal Way, WA Teach and manage students with a variety of disabilities, including autism.  Maintain an integrated classroom with typically developing students, and creatively provide a course of study in compliance with common core standards.  Create a developmentally appropriate environment for children with developmentally appropriate teaching and engages students in positive behavior expectations.  Work with families to promote early literacy and kindergarten readiness.  Administer assessments, including different programs such as GOLD, and incorporate data into learning goals.
Special Education Self-Contained Teacher Aug 1997Jun 2007 Vacaville Unified School District Vacaville, CA Develop goals and curriculum for preschool and kindergarten for children on the autistic spectrum.  Develop behavior plans for students, and maintain data  using a variety of teaching methods such as functional play activities, discrete trial, and maintaining a structured environment.
Special Education Preschool Teacher Sep 1992Jun 1997 Lassen County Superintendent of Schools Susanville, CA

Teach a special education preschool classroom incorporating developing the IEP, identifying children with disabilities, working within a small community to help families find resources.  Develop a curriculum to meet each student's goals and maintain records and assessments for students.  Plan community events to help identify students with diverse needs

Education
Bachelor of Arts : Developmental Psychology Jun 1978 University of California Santa Barbara, CA
Master of Arts : Educational Leadership Jun 2007 Sonoma State College Sonoma, CA
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Previous Companies:

  • Federal Way Public Schools
  • Vacaville Unified School District
  • Lassen County Superintendent of Schools

Previous Job Positions:

  • Special Education Preschool Teacher
  • Special Education Self Contained Teacher

Schools:

  • University of California
  • Sonoma State College

Level of Education:

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Master of Arts

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