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CV Ayelet Buchwald

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י"ז תמוז ה' אלפים תשס"ז

Ayelet Buchwald

yelly813@gmail.com

EDUCATION

Yeshiva University, New York, NY
Stern College for Women
BA, Psychology ,  2001
AA, Hebrew Language and Literature
Magna Cum Laude

Bank Street College of Education   

MS. ED-Special Education, 2003
Ed.MEducational Leadership, 2006

TEACHING AND LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

Co-Teacher/Head Teacher 2006- Present

SAR, Riverdale, NY

  • Support special education students within mainstream classroom in order to help them meet their academic and social goals
  • Plan and modify curriculum to match the learning styles and individual needs of children with learning disabilities
  • Collaborate with regular education teacher to plan curriculum

 

Team Leader 2004-2006

The Churchill School, New York, NY

  • Developing school wide writing scope and sequence for students with learning disabilities
  • Organized and ran elementary school wide international holiday celebrations
  • Social studies grade leader; developed scope and sequence of social studies curriculum; responsible for ordering resources and supplies for social studies curriculum

Head Teacher

The Churchill School, New York, NY
  • Planned and taught language arts, math, social studies, and writing for fifth grade children with learning disabilities
  • Ran team meetings with school principal and psychologist; focused on needs, progress, and assessment of students
  • Conducted formal and informal assessments of assistant teacher

 

Assistant Teacher 2002-2004

The Churchill School, New York, NY
  • Planned and taught math, language arts, and social studies for fifth grade children with learning disabilities; provided support to children during individual, small, and whole group activities; modified lessons for learning needs of students; motivated and encouraged children to accomplish their personal goals; participated in team meetings involving assessment and curriculum. Manhattan Day School, New York, NY2000
  • Assisted teacher with lesson plans for fifth grade special education class; instructed whole class and small groups in math, reading, and social studies lessons for fifth grade special education students.

Student Teaching 2001-2002

Bank Street School for Children, New York, NY

Midtown West School, District 2, New York, NY

  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for first and fourth grade; taught whole and small groups in the areas of math, language arts, and reading; developed relationships with parents and actively participated in parent teacher conferences.

Substitute Teacher 1999

Manhattan Day School, New York, NY 

  • Planned and taught lessons that stimulated students' creativity and encouraged active participation in a special education setting.

RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE

Shadow Summer 2005

Kulanu Day Camp, Cedarhurst, NewYork

  • Shadowed thirteen year old boy with autism in summer camp; mainstreamed him with similar age group by working on age appropriate language and behavior skills

Youth Director 1998-1999

Lincoln Square Synagogue, New York, NY

  • Created, directed, and organized youth programs including religious, educational, and social activities for elementary aged children on Saturday mornings.

Youth Group Leader     1994-1997

Lincoln Square Synagogue, New York, NY

  • Conducted youth groups for various ages; created age appropriate recreational activities which fostered educational and religious growth.

VOLUNTEER WORK

Yachad Advisor 1999-2003

National Jewish Council for the Disabled, New York, NY

  • Established and maintained close relationships with developmentally disabled adults through educational, recreational, and social activities.

Resource RoomTeacher  1999-2000

Manhattan Day School, New York, NY                       

  • Assisted in creating age appropriate curriculum which maximized students' learning potential; instructed students of various ages in the resource room; created activities focused on improving literacy skills and attitudes towards literacy.

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