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Kayla Franklin

534 Tam O Shanter Dr. San Marcos, CA 92069

Phone: 760-445-2838 E-Mail: Kayla.franklin380@gmail.com

Professional Summary
Organized English Language Arts Teacher up-to-date on the latest curriculum and resources. Implements
new teaching methods where applicable, as well as educational software and Internet programs. Works to
develop and promote interactive learning within a group environment.
I currently have my 30-Day Emergency Credential valid until May 2017. I have completed my student
teaching program and my credential is in the process of being confirmed.

Vista Unified School District- Substitute Teaching

2016- Current

Followed any available lesson plans, school procedures such as attendance and classroom
Instructed more than 100 middle school students through lectures, discussions, group activities and
Provided one-on-one attention to students, while maintaining overall focus on the entire classroom.
Established positive rapport with all students and parents through home calls and emails.

Chase Bank, N.A.-Relationship Banker


Maintained productive relationships with existing customers through exceptional follow-up.

Led sales calls with team members to grow sales and customer retention goals.
Shared product knowledge with customers while making personal recommendations.

Starbucks Corporation- Shift Supervisor


Opened and closed the store, which included counting cash drawers and making bank deposits.
Offered exceptional customer service to differentiate and promote the company brand in a
fast-paced retail environment.
As a shift supervisor I built and maintained effective relationships with peers and upper management.

California State University Channel Islands

Camarillo, CA 2005-2009

Bachelor of Science in Sociology and Minor in Psychology

National University

La Jolla, CA 2015- Current

California Teaching Credential- Single Subject: English - Pending Approval

Masters in Education- Completion of Capstone in February 2017

Student Teaching Experience

For my student teaching I was in a seventh grade classroom teaching Language Arts and Literature. I
worked in a Collaborative classroom environment with a Special Education teacher. During my student
teaching I was responsible for all lesson plans, classroom management, parent communications, and
grading. I integrated technology, cooperative learning and self/peer assessments to my lesson plans. By
participating in staff development meetings I was able to strengthen my understanding of interdisciplinary
teaching with an emphasis on project based learning.