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Nallely Silvas Esquivel

Passionate about helping others and providing support to families of children of all abilities!

Work experience

Head Teacher (Infant and Preschool)

  • Provide a safe, developmentally appropriate, and nurturing environment in which infants and preschool children can learn and thrive.
  • Maintain Teacher to Child ratios (Teacher:children), collaborate with other teachers, as well as delegate duties, and train prospective teachers
  • Administrative duties including scheduling Teacher work schedules

Child Care Provider

  • Establish a safe and supportive environment for children
  • Provide adequate nutrition
  • One-on-one focused attention with children to meet their individual needs

Respite Care Provider

  • Engage with children (who have special needs and/or disabilities) individually to meet their emotional and physical needs
  • Provide one-on-one care on a regular basis (health, nutrition needs, etc.) in a family home environment

Education

Bachelor's of Arts

Overall Child Development GPA: 3.2

Dean's List Spring Semester 2014 GPA: 3.0

Supervised Practicum, Infant Room 

Aug 2015Dec 2015

Associated Students Child Development Lab (ASCDL)  at California State University, Chico

  • Completed weekly observation notes, which were based on the Desired Results Assessment
  • Participated in staff meetings and parent events
  • Facilitated pre-test and post-test using the Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP)
  • Created monthly newsletters, which focused on new language words that were being practiced in the classroom

Supervised Fieldwork,

Jan 2014Dec 2014

Mi Escuelita Maya Preschool & Performing Arts Center, 1455 Chestnut St. Chico CA 95928

  • Demonstrated knowledge of developmentally appropriate practice (DAP)
  • Implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum for the preschool-age group
  • Observed natural environment, as well as teacher-to-child interactions
  • Maintained open and clear communication with supervisor, team members and office staff to ensure quality care for preschool-aged children, as well as a supportive learning environment
  • Modeled effective and positive behaviors in class to support preschool-aged children

Orland High School

Aug 2005Jun 2009

High School Diploma

  • Member of Spanish Club
  • Award of Certificate, as an active member of Orland High Key Club 2007-2008
  • Certificate of Achievement, for 8 hours of leadership at Fairview School's Native Californian Day Sept. 2008

  • Certificate of Appreciation, for helping in Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF

Portfolio

                                                                                                                                             These videos reflect my responses to situations and scenarios, which were a component of a Child Development class I took while at CSU, Chico.       

 I have also included written responses pertaining to the Student Learning Objectives of the Child Development major at CSU, Chico.

Certifications

American Red Cross

Feb. 2018Feb. 2020

CPR/First Aid

  • Learned how to respond to common first aid emergencies, including burns; cuts; head, neck and back injuries and more
  • Practiced how to respond to cardiac and breathing emergencies in adults

Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc.

Feb 2018Feb 2019

Keyboarding Proficiency

64 words per minute for 5 consecutive minutes with 7 errors

Skills

Spoken Languages

Fluent in Spanish and English, both oral and written

Technology Skills

Competent in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint, and Microsoft Excel

Community Involvement