Samiha A. Binsuwaidan
- 4211 Ridge top road, Apt 4320, Fair fax, VA 22030
- DOB 05/25/1980 Married
- [email protected] 202-538-0853
Talented early education professional with diverse experience in planning and implementing various activities for promoting physical, social, emotional and intellectual growth of children. Now looking for a opportunity for personal development and career progression in my organisation - King Sa'ud University.
English as a Second language
Instructor for undergraduate courses for the Department of Early Childhood Education.
Developed training and workshops for undergraduate students.
Participated in the interviewing of potential undergraduate students.
Coordinator of undergraduate students Practicums.
Presented professional educational workshops at the local and national level.
Work with other academic staff to accomplish educational goals and determine future improvements.
Promoted to teacher supervisor after 3 years of employment.
Coordinate parent conferences to facilitate communication and improve student outcomes.
Hold team meetings to manage expectations, make team changes, and request information about students and successful teaching strategies.
Established and communicated clear objectives for lessons, units, and projects to students and parents.
Assist in development of school activities and calendars.
Implemented Individual Educational Plans (IEPs).
Created a tutoring program for students with diagnosed learning disabilities.
Encouraged parents' participation on a daily basis.
Comprehensive knowledge of academic assessment and planning academic curriculum.
Served on the disabilities Children Committee.
The best volunteer award in 2005 and 2007 ( Pioneer children Association) .
Outstanding Staff Award, college of education, 2007.
Organised a successful workshop ‘Our Kids’, attended by over 150 people.
Developed, videotaped, and taught courses for the Early Childhood Learning Community in Saudi Arabia.
Working with a professional learning community of four students to gather and share information and professional resources to write an individualized education program (IEP) for an assigned case study an emigration deaf child. Using the resources collected by the group and information gained, handouts, and discussions.
Knowing about and understanding diverse family and community characteristics. and interact with the delivery of special education services in complex human issues.
Selecting focusing a child, birth through age five, with dual language needs. collecting and analyzing information about the child’s background and language, literacy, and communication development. using this information to recommend appropriate educational apps to support the child’s language, literacy, and communication development
Focusing on my knowledge of typical and atypical child development and learning of children from diverse economic, language, and cultural backgrounds. applying that knowledge to learners with and without disabilities in three cases across the age span of birth through age eight.