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Queen Ann F. Fungot
Poblacion, Ilaya, Dumarao, Capiz, Phillipines 5812
09297538987
quefungot@yahoo.com

Objective: Looking to work with an educational institution to offer exceptional mathematical knowledge, logical thinking, a pleasure of diversity, and exceptional verbal communication skills to students and educate them in understanding math fundamentals.

Education:

Tertiary Bachelor in Secondary Education College of Education West Visayas State University
Luna St. La Paz, Iloilo
2012-2016

Secondary: Our Lady of the Snows Institute
Poblacion, Ilaya, Dumarao, Capiz
2008-2012

Elementary Our Lady of the Snows Institute Poblacion, Ilaya, Dumarao, Capiz 2002-2008

Pre-profession Experience: Student Teacher, WVSU-Integrated Laboratory School, November- December 2015 Student Teacher, Jaro National Highschool, January- February 2016

Skills:

* Highly skilled in planning effective classroom instructions. * Hands on experience in teaching mathematical concepts to students. * In depth knowledge of basic and advanced mathematics with a specialization in algebra. * Proficient in preparing effective and appropriate lesson plans. * Ensured adequate supervision to assure fitness, interests, and safety of all students. * Excellent grasp over advanced mathematical concepts. * Proven ability to effectively present educational materials. * Developed effective and efficient lesson plan and assessment tools inclined to k-12 curriculum. * Demonstrated competence in curriculum planning and teaching skills.

Technical skills: Proficient in: Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Publisher), Internet, E-mail. Language: Fluent in Filipino, English and Hiligaynon

Licenses/Awards: Passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers

Membership/Activities: * Participated in the Best of Both Worlds Seminar with the theme: Academic and Curricular

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