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LILIANA

RESTREPO LOZA
Cll. 127B#6a-50 Apt. 702. – C: 3105749211
M: lilianarestrepoloza@gmail.com W:
https://lilianarestrepoloza.weebly.com/

SUMARY

Early Childhood Teacher specializing in child psychology and development.


Recognizes the importance of the parent-child bond and believes in regularly
communicating with each parent. Patient educator who collaborates successfully
with children, parents and staff.

HIGLIGHTS

Bilingual in Spanish and English. Differentiated instruction specialist


Arts crafts aptitude Innovative lesson plan
Calm and patient Active Inspire knowledge
Decisive Flexible and adaptive

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Created a tutoring program for students with diagnosed learning disabilities.


• Employed special educational strategies and techniques during instruction
to improve the development of sensory/perceptual-motor skills, language,
cognition, and memory.
• Introduced new learning methods to ensure total comprehension for all
students.
• Created materials targeting in language teaching to create an engaging
educational experience.
• Established clear objectives for all lessons/projects and communicated with
students, achieving a total understanding of grading rubric and overall class
expectations.

EXPERIENCE

Teaching: August 2017-February 2018


Second grade teacher at Mt Rose elementary at the beginning of 2017 school
year. Spanish teacher in a dual language program.
Tutoring: September 2016.
Huntington Learning Center
Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method.
Established a safe play environment for the children.
Student Teaching: Fall 2015
Created and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum that
addressed all learning styles.
* Subbing around the district since April 2016. Two long term subbing positions at Alice
Maxwell. April to June and October to December 2016.
Washoe County Library Volunteer May. 2015 to Sumer 2016
Sierra View Library
I have been a volunteer at the library during my classes and my student
teaching.
Lead Teacher Sep. 2010 to Dec. 2012
Colegio Nuevo Gimansio Bogota-Colombia
Developed interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual and social
needs of students.
EDUCATION

Master
Sierra Nevada College 2013-2016
Thesis project: The importance of handwriting. A guide for first grade teachers.
The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)

College
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION MAJOR IN CHILD TEACHING 2010
Thesis project: The democracy in School. High School student understand the concept of
democracy.
Javeriana University – Bogota Cundinamarca Colombia

High School Diploma 2004
San Pedro Claver – Bucaramanga Santander Colombia


LICENSE

Early Childhood License 12/21/2016



Substitute License 02/09/2017