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Mrs. Rocio Noriega

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Mrs. Rocio Noriega

I was born in Bogota, Colombia's Capital in South America. I studied for being a teacher because it was my passion. I am divorced and have two wonderful sons. I feel so proud of them as a mother and as a teacher. I moved to Jacksonville North Carolina to teach Spanish to the little ones. I am happy to learn about the American culture and also to teach about my Latin heritage.

Education

  • San Buenaventura University. 2012

         Specialization on Didactics Strategies for Reading and Writing with emphasis in Literature

  • Francisco José de Caldas Distrital University. 1994. 

         Modern Languages Graduate: Spanish –English

  • National University of Colombia. 1994

         Teacher Training for English Teachers.

 

 

Experience

Carolina Forest International Elementary Sschoolchool 2016 till the date.

Spanish  Homeroom Elementary  Teacher (Kindergarden  grade)

  • To develop the area curriculum focusing on the specific program for kinder in Spanish, organization of goals, objectives, lesson plans and daily class activities.

Liceo De Colombia Bilingüe (2015)

 Bilingual Homeroom Primary Teacher (First grade)

  • Develop teaching for Understanding methodology.
  • Elaboration of didactic material and evaluations.
  • Maintain student interest through creative and engaging classroom instruction.
  • Maintain good relationships and close communication with parents.
  • Nurture the schoology’s platform in order to maintain to shared links, and an academic information with parents.

 

Gimnasio Campestre Los Cerezos   (2013-2014)

    PYP Bilingual Homeroom Primary Teacher (First grade)

  • Facilitate learning by supporting, guiding, and monitoring the learning process.
  • To develop the area curriculum focusing on the specific program for first grade IB
  • Elaboration of didactic material and evaluations
  • Maintain student interest through creative and engaging classroom instruction and student centered teaching methodology.
  • Maintain good relationships and close communication with parents.

 

Abraham Lincoln School (2005 – 2013)                                                                                                       

Bilingual Homeroom Preschool Teacher (Pre kinder-Kinder-Transition)

  • To develop the area curriculum focusing on the specific program for preschool, organization of goals, objectives, lesson plans and daily class activities.
  • To develop the educational projects since constructivism view by mentoring the learner during heuristic problem solving of ill-defined problems by enabling quested learning.
  • Develop and maintain close communication with parents.
  • Maintain student interest through creative and engaging classroom instruction and modern teaching practices.

International School 2005                                                                                                                         

Bilingual Homeroom Teacher (Kinder)

  • To develop a transdisciplinary curriculum focusing on the PYP for Kinder Grade.
  • Organize goals, objectives, lesson plans and daily class activities.
  • Address student s academic, social and emotional wellbeing.
  • Encourage students to develop independence.
  • Helps students to establish personal values.
  • Support student´s effort to gain understanding of the world.

  

Calasanz School 2001 2004                                                                                                                         

Preschool English Teacher (Pre kinder-Kinder-Transition)

  • To introduce students to the English language, its vocabulary, its structure through the games, songs, role-plays and fun activities.
  • To develop the area curriculum focusing on the specific English program for preschool organization of goals, objectives, lesson plans and daily class activities.
  • Maintain student interest through creative and engaging classroom instruction.
  • Helps students to establish personal values.
  • Develop and maintain close communication with parents in order to involve them fully in the education process of their children.

 

San Bartolomé La Merced School (1998-2001)                                                                                            

Foreign Language Teacher (English) P-k, Kinder & Pre-Elementary

  • To develop the area curriculum focusing on the specific program for child section grades.
  • To develop the educational projects since constructivism view by mentoring the learner during heuristic problem solving of ill-defined problems by enabling quested learning.
  • To apply the Ignatian pedagogical paradigm to teach children
  • To organize goals, objectives, lesson plans and daily class activities.
  • To participate in cultural activities and workshops for parents.

Clermont   School   1996-1998                                                                                                                         

Bilingual Homeroom Preschool Teacher (Pre kinder-kinder-Transition)

  • To develop the pre-kinder curriculum program in English in subjects such as mathematics, science, Pre-Writing English as homeroom teacher as well as to write in descriptive reports about the individual learning process of the students.
  • To develop the area curriculum focusing on the specific program for preschool, organization of goals, objectives, lesson plans, elaboration of didactic material as well as class activities.
  • To promote the positive discipline to solve daily problems.

Calazans School  1994

Spanish Teacher Elementary

General Assignment

To develop the area focusing on the specific program for primary in Spanish as well as to help and guide students learning process. Helping them to develop independent study skills as well as promote critical thinking skills through the literature activities.

 

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