Rita Araujo

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Special Needs Teacher

Cork

Rita Araújo

Cork

0894874204

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Personal Summary

Passionate with education, a drive to make a difference and an ability to help children with significant challenges learn and grow. Her key skills include but are not limited to; preparing daily lesson plans, creating a stimulating and fun classroom environment and writing up meaningful instructional material. At the moment she is looking for a suitable position with a school/home that challenges its employees to be better than they thought possible.

Work Experience

Home Tutor– May’18 – Currenty

Guardian Angel Preschool – Ireland – Cork

Integration of the child with peers and routines.

PECS delivery.

Responsible for welfare and safety of the child

ABA basis

Carry out a curriculum that targets different areas of child development

Organize activities to the child learn about the world, explore interests, and develop talents

Develop schedules and routines to ensure the child has enough physical activity, rest, and playtime

Keep records of the student progress, routines, and interests, and keep parents informed about their child’s development

Special Education Head Teacher Assistant – June’17 – May’18

Hope Montessori & Autism Care Centre – Ireland – Cork

Coordinating Staff in a daily bases

Communication with parents/Parents meetings

Follow the Montesssori Curriculum

Deliver ABA programmes on 1:1 and group basis to children diagnosed with ASD.

Teaching use PECS as mainly communication for non verbal children.

Responsible for welfare and safety of all children.

Monthly report/ Aistear report/ homework diaries/ data collection and lesson plan.

Assist the head teacher in leading and managing the school.

Training new teachers.

Special Education Teacher – Feb’16 – May’17

Hope Montessori & Autism Care Centre – Ireland – Dublin

Create a classroom environment favorable and suitable to the development and interests of students;

Monthly report/ Aistear report/ homework diaries/ data collection and lesson plan.

Toilet training;

Responsible for welfare and safety of all children;

Differentiate activities and goals to meet each student’s individual needs and abilities;

Teaching use PECS as mainly communication for non verbal.

Deliver ABA programmes on a 1:1 and group basis to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Follow the Montessori and Primary School Curriculum to provide a holistic development programme to children below the age of 7.

Childminder – Nov’15 – Feb’16 Ireland – Dublin

Responsible for the safety, wellbeing, care and development of young children.

Collect children from school

Reading to the children.

Being disciplined with the children when required.

Changing nappies (on beginning)/toilet training.

Providing healthy meals and snacks for the children.

Providing supervision and constant care to children.

Stimulating children to read, arts and creativity.

Barista– May’14 – Nov’15 Ireland – Dublin

Cash drawer operation.

Providing enthusiastic service to each costumer.

Cleaning the preparation and bar areas.

Contribute to a positive team environment.

Education

Picture Exchange Communication System Certificate Level1

PECS, 2017

Aplied Behaviour Analyses Diploma

City Colleges, 2017

Manual Handling

Pulse medical limited, 2016

Autism Spectrum Disorder course

University of California, Davis- online, 2016

Emergency/ Basic First Aid for Adults and Children

Pulse medical limited, 2016

Bachelor Honors’ Degree in Social work

Portuguese Catholic University, Social Sciences College, 2011

Key Competences

PECS

Behavior management

Behavior intervention

Lesson planning

Child development

Creativity

Caring

Responsibility

Calm under pressure

Dynamism and decision Ability
References available on request

  • Updated 4 years ago