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ESI SANTI 935 Lena Ave  Windsor, ON, Canada, N9C3K1  (519) 253-5757  esisanti@gmail.com Creative, resourceful and enthusiastic educator with a passionate commitment to student learning and social growth

PROFESSIONAL TEACHING BINA NUSANTARA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL – (JAKARTA, INDONESIA) Accounting/Economics Teacher 01/2004 – 12/2005 Taught grades 10-12 utilizing inquiry-based activities correlating Accounting/Economics with real-world, everyday life situations. • Lead the Accounting Enrichment Program to help struggling students. • Collaboratively developed Grade 12 Accounting course according to Western Australian Curriculum (WACC). TEACHING CERTIFICATION Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) (Primary/Junior grades JK-6) University of Windsor (2009)

POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION Master of Education (M.Ed) (Educational Administration), University of Windsor (2008)

BINA NUSANTARA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL – (JAKARTA, INDONESIA) Humanities Teacher 07/2004 – 12/2005 Taught grades 7-9 using International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (MYP) Curriculum for subjects Geography, History and Economics. • Fostered an environment of open communication and support among colleagues, students and parents from diverse backgrounds (e.g. Australia, Canada, China, Indonesia, Korea, UK, and USA). • Actively engaged students through the use of diverse resources (newspaper articles; movies; and songs) • Enhanced student academic and social growth by using various learning strategies (e.g. role-playing, think/pair/share, and research presentations). • Integrated technology into learning activities (e.g. creating graphs and researching the internet and library database).

Bachelor of Economics (B.Econ) (Major in Accounting), Gadjah Mada University (2001)

STUDENT TEACHING CORONATION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – (WINDSOR, ONTARIO, CANADA) Junior/Senior Kindergarten Teacher 11/2008 – 12/2008 Assumed all responsibilities of regular classroom teacher, including communication with parents and assessment of students, designing integrated theme projects for language and math literacy. • Created a “Post Office learning centre” to increase competency of phonemic and numerical awareness, as well as role-play how a community post office system works. • Created a “Chopstick learning center” to provide diversity awareness about different cultural ways people can eat food as well as encourage fine motor skills. • Collaborated with the students to produce a music CD using their voices and my guitar playing on songs about what makes them unique.

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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE BINA NUSANTARA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL - (JAKARTA, INDONESIA) Treasurer of the Community & Social Services Committee 07/2004 – 12/2005 Assisted in designing and implementing social welfare program to empower students’ involvement in the community against global poverty and inequality • Visited orphanages and supervised student-run teaching programs in disadvantaged schools. • Managed fundraising programs for tsunami relief in Aceh, Indonesia. • Facilitated scholarship disbursement to youth facing socio-economic disadvantages. AFTER SCHOOL ORGANIZER EXPERIENCE BINA NUSANTARA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL - (JAKARTA, INDONESIA) Extracurricular Program Leader (Dance and Knitting) 07/2004 – 12/2005 • Teaching students ages 11 – 17 Traditional Indonesian Dances in several cultural styles (Aceh, Bali, Java, and Padang) • Encouraged creativity and confidence for female students ages 15-17 by starting the Knitting Club. CANADA WORLD YOUTH - (BALI, INDONESIA) Volunteer Participant in Community and Social Development 10/2001 – 01/2002 • Created an after-school program for students ages 6-12 living in a rural Balinese community, teaching them ESL, Dance, Math, and Music. • At the end of the program 12 students rehearsed and performed Balinese traditional songs and dance for an audience of the local rural community.

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR - (ONTARIO, CANADA) Graduate Assistant for Research in Multicultural Education 08/2006 – 04/2008 • Research Assistant for Dr. Benedicta Egbo writing literature reviews, and creating graphs and tables from databases, such as ERIC and Statistics Canada, which contributed to completing her book “Teaching for Diversity in Canadian Schools” (ISBN-13: 978-0136131533) • Provided weekly classroom teaching assistance for the Ethics and Law course (B.Ed program), including formatting and preparing the Power Point presentations, supervising exams and compiling student marks. GADJAH MADA UNIVERSITY, YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA Workshop Organizer – International Experience 08/1999 – 08/2000 Assisted the Center for Accounting Research and Development (PPA) in writing educational proposals and coordinating lecture tours for national distribution across Indonesia. ERNST AND YOUNG, JAKARTA, INDONESIA Assurance and Business Advisor – International Experience 10/2002 – 11/2003 Aside from performing regular duties as a Public Auditor, I assisted the Human Resources Division with internal Professional Development Programs.

TECHNOLOGY PROFICIENCY MS Office (expert in Word and Excel)/ Smartboard/Moodle/Rubicon Atlas/ Windows XP & Mac OSX/ Photoshop/ GarageBand/ iMovie/ SPSS (statistical analysis software)

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