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Frances Soojy Lee

1565 Carmel Avenue Chula Vista, CA 91913 • 619-929-4490 • flee@sandiego.edu

CERTIFICATION

Multiple Subject Preliminary Teaching Credential, Expected July/August 2019


University of San Diego
GPA: 4.0

EDUCATION

Masters of Education and Curriculum/Instruction, Expected August 2019


University of San Diego

Bachelor of Science in Child Development, December 2016


San Diego State University

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

5th Grade Student Teacher, January 2019 – Present


Parkview Elementary School, Chula Vista
• Closely work with Cooperating Teacher to build positive relationships with each student as well as engage in
ongoing communication with parents
• Gradually take over full day classroom responsibilities such as lesson planning and teaching
• Attend Professional Development meetings, IEP meetings, and parent conferences.
• Conduct an Action Research about the impact of small group conferencing using success criteria in math
academic achievement
• Collaborate with Cooperating Teacher to use data collected during Action Research and throughout student
teaching to drive instruction.
• Implement SEL into curriculum using Sanford Harmony, mindfulness, etc.

1st Grade Student Teacher, July 2018 – December 2018


Wolf Canyon Elementary School, Chula Vista
• Collaborate with Cooperating Teacher and grade level team on a weekly basis to examine student work and plan
out the weeks
• Create GLAD charts for lessons
• Assess students using running records, letter naming, phonological awareness, phonics, etc.
• Build positive relationships with each student and parents, work with students whole group and small groups
• Gradually take over classroom responsibilities such as lesson planning and teaching

Substitute Teacher, December 2017- Present


Chula Vista Elementary School District, California
• Manage classroom by creating a positive learning environment, establish rules, follow lessons plan prepared by
teachers, and write substitute reports
• Build good rapport with students and all staff
• Occasionally substitute teach for Cooperating Teachers and grade level team during student teaching.

Abundant Summer Enrichment Program (ASEP), June


8th Grade LinC Youth Teacher Volunteer, September 2018- Present
Korean United Methodist Church, San Diego, California
• Lead weekly small group discussions every Saturday and Sunday (grades 6-12) to build community
• Attend weekly meetings, discuss, debrief and collaborate on plans for future lessons and activities

Kingdom Kids Teacher Volunteer, May 2015- June 2018


Frances Soojy Lee
1565 Carmel Avenue Chula Vista, CA 91913 • 619-929-4490 • flee@sandiego.edu

Korean United Methodist Church, San Diego, California


• Develop, modify, and implement curriculum through the bible; conduct crafts and activities before gathering for
corporate worship
• Collaborate with the Children’s Ministry Pastor and teachers to create better ways to build relationships with
children and parents through a nurturing environment and organized outreach events

Kindergarten Student Volunteer, September 2016- December 2016


Hearst Elementary School, San Diego, California
• Worked directly with the students and supervisor to lead large and small group activities; worked with each
student individually on reading comprehension

1st Grade Student Volunteer, September 2016- December 2016


Cherokee Point Elementary School, San Diego, California
• Contributed to class activities that teach social-emotional skills and worked one-on-one with students using
trauma informed practices
• Maintained positive classroom environment and encouraged social problem solving skills

Student Volunteer, January 2016- April 2016


Partner’s Therapeutic Horsemanship, Lakeside, California
• Built trust and worked with children with special needs and therapeutic horses
• Challenged students to stretch their abilities physically, socially, and emotionally as well as encouraged
independence through equine therapy

Kindergarten Student Internship, October 2015- November 2015


Veterans Elementary School, Chula Vista, California
Rosa Parks Elementary School, San Diego, California
• Learned and utilized classroom management skills; conducted hallway transitions; observed teaching methods
and inquired about the career field
• Led whole/ small group, and one-on-one activities; supervised class when teacher was absent

Assistant Teacher in Infant’s Cottage, May 2015- September 2015


San Diego State University Children’s Center; NAEYC Accredited, Chula Vista, California
• Developed emergent curriculum and utilized developmentally appropriate practices
• Assessed children’s development via Desired Results Developmental Profile

PDs/ TRAINING

• Math Conditions of the Problem


• Success Criteria
• High Impact Language Strategies

ADDITIONAL SKILLS/ CERTIFICATIONS

Bilingual in both English and Korean Language


Fingerprint Clearance
Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED
30-Day Emergency Substitute Teaching Permit – 09/01/2019

References available upon request