SHEEBA KHAN5 Gates Crescent      Ajax, Ontario L1S 7C8        416.875.5024       sheebakhan13@hotmail.comSUMMARY OF QUALIF...
   Implemented daily planned experiences along with spontaneous activities to provide children       with enriched learni...
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  1. 1. SHEEBA KHAN5 Gates Crescent Ajax, Ontario L1S 7C8 416.875.5024 sheebakhan13@hotmail.comSUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONSHighly motivated and resourceful ECE committed to promoting children’s development and learningin a Full-Day Learning environment.Skilled in all aspects of Curriculum Planning, Project Approach, and effective Guidance Strategies.  Excellent communication skills and ability to maintain ongoing collaboration and partnerships with staff members, children’s families and other community members.  Certified in CPR and First Aid training.  Knowledgable in all policies of the ELECT document, Day Nurseries Act, and Ministry of Education Full-Day Early Learning Program.  Commendable computer skills; proficient with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and PowerPoint as well as many other Multi Media tools like Animoto, Wordle, Voki, StoryBird, etc.Skill Proficiencies Collaboration Curriculum Planning Facilitating Routines Organization and Time Observations and Transitions Management E-PortfolioEDUCATIONDiploma in Early Childhood Education - April, 2013CENTENNIAL COLLEGE – Toronto, Ontario Maintained a 4.2 GPA Achieved the Global Citizenship and Equity CreditOntario Secondary School Diploma - 2000L’AMOREAUX COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE – Toronto, OntarioPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCESouthwood Park Public School – Ajax, Ontario January, 2013 – PresentEarly Childhood Education Student (Field Placement)Assisted in all daily routines for children under the leadership of the Kindergarten Teacher and theECE in the Kindergarten Room.Key Contributions: Continued…
  2. 2.  Implemented daily planned experiences along with spontaneous activities to provide children with enriched learning experiences in the Emergent Curriculum.  Continually took on more responsibility in facilitating with daily routine while adjusting to a higher ratio of 27 children to 1 Teacher and 1 ECE in the room.  Guided children by facilitating through social interactions and situations of conflict throughout the day by practising good guidance strategies.Colwell Nursery School – Ajax, Ontario September – December, 2012Early Childhood Education Student (Field Placement)Supported children’s development in all curriculum areas through daily planned activities whileensuring a safe environment for children to direct their own learning.Key Contributions:  Contributed daily to children’s development and learning through keen observations and meaningful interactions on a continual basis.  Developed significant partnerships with parents by forming key relationships and ensuring trust and confidentiality with them while discussing their child’s experiences and progress with them.  Collaborated with all the ECE’s in the Preschool Room and other staff at the Centre to warrant rich program planning and implementation of daily planning activities.  Effectively applied positive feedback and criticism from all the staff to further enhance my skills as an ECE student.EduKids Child Care Center – Ajax, Ontario January – April, 2012Early Childhood Education Student (Field Placement)Assisted ECE’s in the Toddler Room in supporting children’s learning by implementing key aspectsof an Emergent Approach.Key Contributions:  Demonstrated the ability to learn daily tasks and routines quickly while maintaining daily observations of children and engaging in ongoing interactions with them.  Contributed considerably to children’s experiences by responding to their cues for spontaneous activities as well as providing them with planned experiences.  Practiced good guidance of children by reducing aggression while promoting self-help skills. References supplied upon request.

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