Emily S.


Head Teacher/Teacher Trainer
Rockefeller University, Child and Family Center
United States
February-2016 - Present

• Core teacher responsibilities in the care, supervision, and management of the young toddler room, implementing educational activities that support institution and state objectives
• Operate the classroom in compliance with all childcare licensing standards
• Conduct an effective child development program that meets the physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs of each child
• Design and implement learning experiences using the Project Approach method
• Observe and monitor children during play and meals, ensuring that childcare routines are performed in accordance with good child development principles
• Assess children’s development and monitor their behavior
• Promote friendly and cooperative environment that nurture relationships with parents
• Provide parents with regular feedback through daily interaction and conferences
• Train new Teachers

Adjunct Teacher
Columbia University, Tompkins Hall
United States
June-2014 - February-2016

• On-call substitute teacher for infant to pre-kindergarten classes
• Served as lead Spanish teacher in the dual language program
• Created interactive lesson plans and activities in the Spanish language aimed for developing basic cognitive and creative skills
• Assisted the lead teachers in developing general education lesson plans and execution of plans
• Supervised indoor and outdoor activities


MSc ED in Early Childhood Education
The City University of New York, Hunter College
United States
September-2012 - January-2016

Degree/Diploma: Master's Degree
Main Course of Study: Education
Field of Study: Education Science
Specialization: Early Childhood Education

Art History & Women Studies
The City University of New York Hunter College
United States
January-2004 - December-2007

Degree/Diploma: Bachelor's Degree
Main Course of Study: Arts
Field of Study: Fine Arts
Specialization: Art History & Women Studies