Nasreen Nasir
614-B Smithdale Dr, Raleigh, NC 27606
(919)-809-2931
nasir.nasreen1960@gmail.com
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I am an education...
Nasreen Nasir
614-B Smithdale Dr, Raleigh, NC 27606
(919)-809-2931
nasir.nasreen1960@gmail.com
New School Model Town, Laho...
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Nasreen Nasir Resume2014

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  • 1. Nasreen Nasir 614-B Smithdale Dr, Raleigh, NC 27606 (919)-809-2931 nasir.nasreen1960@gmail.com Objective I am an education professional with approximately 30 years of experience serving as a principle, middle and elementary school instructor. I am seeking an opportunity in Raleigh, NC to utilize my abilities in early childhood education, substitute teaching, teaching assistance, administrative support or related positions. Immigration Status: Form I- 94 Refugee admission stamp / US Work Permit Education Islamia University, Bahawalpur (Pakistan) Masters in Education 1995, Bachelor of Education 1990 Elementary College of Bahawalpur (Pakistan), Primary Teaching Certificate 1982 Degree College Bahawalpur (Pakistan) Bachelor of Arts 1985 Government Mission High School, Layyah (Pakistan) Graduate 1979 Language Skills: English, Urdu and Punjabi (Pakistani Summary of Skills Planned instructional and detailed lessons and conducted student academic assessments Organized and created a safety, educational classroom environment Identified differentiated needs among students Implemented classroom management, hands on activities, and organized trips Instituted motivating and real life experiences within the classroom environment Introduced new concepts and elements for listening, speaking, reading and writing Conducted monthly parent-teacher conferences and facilitated test taking methods and strategies Approximately 17 years as a nun instructor and specializing in education in Christian institutions Additional Qualifications Child Right and Child Protection 2007 Center for the Rights of Children English, Mathematics and Science of Primary Level 2006 The Punjab Education Foundation Interfaith Women Conference 2003 Peace Communication & Training Seminar for Principles 1995 Notre Dame Institute of Education American Domican Nun 1985 Profession to service Experience Dar.ul.Hikmat Degree College, Lahore, Pakistan 2005 to 2011 Lecturer of Education  Coordinated the comprehensive primary school teachers training program  Trained primary student school teachers on lesson planning, child psychology, school administration and basic English and Urdu (native language in Pakistan)  Instructed student teachers on parent conferencing and student development  Administered a class size of approximately 30-35 students  Authored various articles and publications in college magazines on early childhood education
  • 2. Nasreen Nasir 614-B Smithdale Dr, Raleigh, NC 27606 (919)-809-2931 nasir.nasreen1960@gmail.com New School Model Town, Lahore, Pakistan 2003 to 2004 Class Teacher of Class 1  Instructed approximately 40 primary students age 6 on English, Urdu, science, math and social studies  Completed lessons plans, parent conferences, and core curriculum activities  Established classroom activities conducive to learning Dominican Study Centre, Bahawalpur, Pakistan 1996 - 2001 Principle, Teacher and Hostel Warden  Administered approximately 350 female students ages 5 – 14 at a boarding school  As principle, led curriculum planning activities with teachers, conducted staff meetings, establish learning strategies for school performance  Instructed refresher courses to primary school teachers of this region  Conducted workshops for teachers during the summer on basic English, Urdu and mathematics. Dominican Primary School, Multain, Pakistan 1987 - 1992 Principle  Administered approximately 200 students ages 5-9 in remote area of Pakistan  Instructed students on English (ages 5-6), Urdu and eventually developed language skills to the point where students attended an English medium school (instruction is in English only).  Identified differentiated needs among the students and focused learning needs Dominican Convent High School (& Primary), Bahawalpur 1983 - 1987 Class Teacher of Class 1 Primary  Applied early childhood education concepts and abilities to develop students  Instructed approximately 35 students age 6 in English, Urdu, mathematics  Identified differentiated needs among the students and focused learning needs  Introducing new concepts and elements for listening, speaking, reading and writing References Rev. Dr. William T. Newkirk, Senior Pastor Oak City Baptist Church, Raleigh, NC 919-839-5869 Lutheran Refugee Service Carly Fisher, Job Developer 410-925-2356 Sister Joan Correia Dominican Convent, Sparkill, NY 845-558-2947

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