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Ana G.

Chula Vista, CA | | 510-334-0741

University of San Diego Graduation Date: May 2019
M.Ed and Teaching Credential in Special Education Mild/Mod. Cumulative GPA: 4.0
University of California, Berkeley Graduation Date: May 2015
Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare; Minor in Education Cumulative GPA: 3.66
Skills Summary:
 Bilingual Spanish, fluent in speaking, reading, and writing
Leadership Experience:
 Well organized, Interpersonal communication skills, Works well with groups as well as individually,
Creative, Resourceful, and Punctual
Computer Knowledge:
 Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), Photoshop, Experience with website management
Classroom Experience:
Rosebank Elementary School (SDC)– Chula Vista, CA September 2018 – December 2018
Student Teacher
 Created and implemented lesson plans for all academic areas based on common core standards and
individual student goals
 Collaborated with other grade level teachers to develop lesson plans
 Wrote standards based IEP goals for student annual and triennial meetings
 Participated in IEP meetings with parents and team members
Monroe Clark Middle School – San Diego, CA January 2018 –May 2018
Practicum Student
 Developed lesson plans for small group direct instruction
 Participated in IEP meetings with parents
 Assessed students for triennial IEPs using norm-referenced (WJ-IV), criterion based (EasyCBM), and
curriculum based measures
Valencia Park Elementary School - San Diego, CA October 2017 – December 2017
Practicum Student
 Assessed students in English Language proficiency and reading skills
Employment History:
Chula Vista Elementary School District – Chula Vista, CA April 2019 – Present
Substitute Teacher
 Followed and taught lesson plans assigned by permanent teacher
 Guide students through planned activities and tend to their physical needs.
 Applied appropriate teaching strategies in the classroom with various skill levels.

San Pedro Elementary School - San Rafael, CA September 2015 – June 2017
Bilingual Community Liaison
 Provide translation of school forms, meeting announcements, minutes of SELAC/SSC Meetings, and
general information.
 Serve as an interpreter for parent-teacher conferences and Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings
 Support parents and students in obtaining academic help and make home calls to relay important
information to parents
 Cooperated with community agencies such as HeadsUp to coordinate school-wide events and fundraisers
Ana G. Reyes-Becerra
Chula Vista, CA | | 510-334-0741

Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) - Berkeley, CA July 2016 - August 2016
Ethnic Studies 21AC Teaching Assistant
 Prepared and led EAOP discussion and tutoring sessions adjunct to UC Berkeley Summer course for 20
high school students in Junior standing
 Held regular office hours and supported students through additional tutoring
 Worked closely with EAOP staff and Ethnic Studies 21AC Professor weekly to create lesson plans and
activities for discussion section
Jumpstart AmeriCorps – Berkeley/Oakland, CA September 2014 - April 2015
Jumpstart Corps Member
 Provided individualized attention and positive adult-child relationships with a group of 20 children
attending preschool in a low-income neighborhood as an AmeriCorp Member.
 Promoted children’s language and literacy skills through whole group instruction and small group
individualized instruction.
 Implemented early childhood curriculum and designed family involvement newsletters and individual
progress reports for my assigned 5-student group.
Community Involvement:
University of California Berkeley, African American Studies Department - Berkeley, CA January 2016 -
May 2016
Facilitator - “Poetry for the People: Introduction to the Art of Poetry” AFAMST 156AC
 Co-facilitated a 2-hour discussion section once a week and introduced students to poetry as culture, history,
criticism, politics, and practice. Guided students in learning both the technical structure of various forms of
poetry as well as the world views which inform specific poetic traditions.
 Collaborated with UC Berkeley faculty member Aya De Leon to coordinate class requirements and course
 Held one-on-one office hours with students to coach them into achieving their writing goals.
Empowering Willard Project – Berkeley, CA August 2012 – May 2014
Project Facilitator
 Social action project focused on educating youth at Willard middle school in Berkeley about college and
ways to overcome the school-to-prison-pipeline. Engaged with students in interactive stations that stimulate
educational learning, teamwork and communication.
IAP (Incentives Awards Program) – Berkeley, CA September 2011- May 2015
Recipient/Active member – Four Year Scholarship; One student chosen from each eligible school.
 Outreached to De Anza High School every year to speak about my experience as a student at UC Berkeley.
 Encouraged students to apply to Universities and pursue higher education regardless of their race or
socioeconomic background.