After School Club Volunteer- January 2008- May 2008 (4 months)
Sawston Village College, Cambridge (Secondary School) England
- I volunteered at an evening club (2.5 hours per night) for people with a range of handicaps from physical to severe learning disabilities.
- Support the session leader to set up the session, organize breaks and pack up the session
- To work cooperatively alongside staff to deliver after school club sessions.
- To contribute ideas for creative outdoor play.
- To be a positive role model for children who struggled with social skills and had behavioral problems
Work Experience- Teacher Assistant – January 2012- July 2012 (6 months)
Bar Hill Primary School Cambridge (Primary school) England
- Observed P1 & 2 learning environments
- Gained an understanding of the learning process for children and how different teaching methods are more suited to different students aptitudes and abilities
- Supported classroom teacher and individuals with day to day teaching and learning
- Participating in a range of lessons including physical education
- Provided additional support to students with learning disabilities
Assistant examine marker- May 2014- July 2014 (2 months)
Cambridge Assessment/Cambridge English, Cambridge UK
- Initially I began marking a foreign science exam called Checkpoint
- English was not the native language of a large number of pupils so consequently I had to interpret what they meant and to make the decision instantly as I was required to mark a 150 papers a day.
- The second role immediately followed the first where I was marking Portuguese English GCSE papers.
- To ensure deadlines for marking are adhered to
Primary School Teacher – May 2018- October 2018 (5 months)
Anubanwatpitulatiratrangsarit School- Chachoengsao Thailand
- Teaching English to both Thai and Chinese speaking children P4 age 9/10 and P6 age (11/12) Monday- Friday (8am-4pm)
- Lesson planning, modifying the lesson plan according to students level of ability.
- Class management, creating and reinforcing classroom rules and providing each student with periodic feedback.
- Monitoring student’s progress throughout the semester by continuous assessments, consisting of verbal and written examinations.
- Ensuring the children had appropriate amount of homework according to their capabilities, in order to challenge more advanced students and to encourage weaker students and help them to reach their potential.
- Create fun classroom activities and games to keep students engaged in the lesson to support their learning
- Attended regular meeting with the school administrator to discuss areas of improvements