I am a retired Gwinnett County teacher with 35 years in the classroom. I retired in May 2010 and have worked part-time at my school for the last 3 years. Prior to my retirement, I taught 6th grade math at Hull Middle and Duluth Middle. I have also taught Language Arts, Social Studies and Science at these schools as well as when I was a teacher at BBHarris and Centerville Elementary in Gwinnett.
I have been a mentor teacher, grade level manager at each of the 4 schools in Gwinnett. I was the math curriculum leader for the entire school at Hull MS prior to retirement.
Prior to coming to Gwinnett, I taught in Tift County as a 6th grade Social Studies teacher and then Crisp County in Cordele as a 4th grade teacher.
I have had several student teachers in Gwinnett and in Crisp County.
Since retiring, I have worked part time at Hull MS in organizing the Extra Learning Time program. This is called ELT. ELT takes place the first 40 minutes of the school after homeroom. Each teacher in the school works with students on math skills to enrich/reinforce skills that are part of the math concepts. My job was to create the classes using the students' scores on the Math CRCT from the previous spring. I also supported teachers by providing appropriate materials. Besides providing materials, I would also support the non-math teachers by offering to demonstrate how a concept is taught. I also would facilitate the higher classes working with the lower level students one day a week. At the end of each 9 weeks, I organized the rewards for classes showing the most improvement on the weekly Big 20 test. I created a spreadsheet on the shared drive for the teachers to enter their scores each week. I also had to schedule students throughout the year as the students' needs would change.
In the spring of last year and in December 2013, I created Operation Push classes which is taught by several teachers on each grade level during one of their connection classes. I had to get teacher volunteers, create the classes, follow through with concepts to be taught, create folders with all pertinent information for the teachers to use during the 25 days of classes.
During this time, I worked as a mentor for teachers at Hull and also at Trip Elementary.
For the last 2 Junes, I have taught math to rising 6th and 7th graders at Mercer University in the College for Kids program.
Mentor teacher, Grade Level manager, Math Curriculum Leader for school,
Created questions for the county-wide Benchmarks, reviewed county-wide Benchmarks
Teacher of the Year 2007
On a two man team I taught math and science for 2 years; Math and language arts for 1 year, math and social studies for 3 years.
Mentor teacher for the last 3 years at Duluth MS.
Grade level manager for 5 years, In charge of the annual Washington, DC field trip for 7 years including my first year at Duluth Middle.
Grade manager, mentor teacher, Supervised student teachers.
I was hired in Gwinnett in March 1979 as a long term substitute for a teacher on maternity leave. The position was as a 5th grade teacher because the 5th grade classes were moved to Sweetwater MS due to overcrowding that year at their elementary school.
I supervised 2 student teachers during my 3 years at Blackshear Trail.
First year of teaching was in an all 6th grade school. I taught social studies for 6 periods. I also had to create bulletin boards as we weren't able to go buy them in a store! Long time ago- hard to believe!
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