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Professional Summary

Student-centered Educator with expertise in early childhood and literacy. Offering 36-year background supporting students, developing instruction that meets the needs of each student. Commended for sustaining an effective learning environment through prepared classes and relevant assignments and consistently achieving classroom management and academic goals.

Skills
  • Classroom Instruction, especially in reading and writing
  • Differentiate Instruction
  • Social-Emotional learning
  • Program development
  • Curriculum design
  • Lesson Planning
  • Student Engagement
  • Use of Technology including iPads, PCs, numerous Google apps, FlipGrid, Nearpod, and Microsoft Office Suite
Work History
Associate Professor of Literacy Education, 08/2015 to Current
Public Consulting Group San Francisco, CA,
  • Designed and taught literacy and research classes in the B. A. for Early Childhood Education, B. A. in Elementary Education, the M. Ed. in Literacy Studies, and the M. Ed. in Curriculum and Information Technology.
  • Developed field experiences for undergraduate students.
  • Taught graduate students how to conduct research and guided them through action research projects in their classrooms.
  • Taught two graduate course for the literacy coaching endorsement
  • Served as an adviser to both undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Made contributions in curricular development and innovation in teaching strategies, including incorporation of new technologies for learning and grading.
  • Kept abreast of advances in pedagogy and work to continuously improve teaching methods and introduce new approaches to instruction.
  • Offered career assistance to students by conducting mock interviews, providing relevant job opportunities and teaching networking skills and strategies.
  • Incorporated instructional technologies in course delivery for both in-class and online instruction and developed several fully online courses.
  • Served on several university committees including the Curriculum Committee.
  • Conducted research, both individually and with students.
  • Presented at state, national, and international conferences.
  • Participated in various campus memberships at each assigned school to promote academics and faculty development.
Assistant Professor of Reading Education, 08/2010 to 12/2016
Isaac Elementary School District #5 Phoenix, AZ,
  • Designed and taught literacy B. A. in Elementary Education and the M. Ed. in Reading Education.
  • Made contributions in curricular development and innovation in teaching strategies, including incorporation of new technologies for learning and grading.
  • Kept abreast of advances in pedagogy and work to continuously improve teaching methods and introduce new approaches to instruction.
  • Incorporated instructional technologies in course delivery for both in-class and online instruction and developed several fully online courses.
  • Served on several university committees including the Technology Committee.
  • Conducted research, both individually and with students.
  • Presented at state, national, and international conferences.
  • Published several peer-reviewed articles, four book chapters, and a conference proceeding.
  • Mentored two graduate assistants.
  • Served on two doctoral committees.
Instructor, 08/2001 to 07/2010
USF St. Petersburg City, STATE,
  • Designed and taught literacy classes in the B. A. for Elementary Education and the M. A. in Reading and Language Arts.
  • Developed field experiences for undergraduate students.
  • Developed and taught in a satellite program for the B. A. in Elementary Education.
  • Served as the adviser for nearly 100 undergraduate students in the satellite program.
  • Met with Elementary schools in local school districts and set up internships for my students.
  • Coordinated the seminars for internships and worked with the intern supervisors.
  • Made contributions in curricular development and innovation in teaching strategies, including incorporation of new technologies for learning and grading.
  • Kept abreast of advances in pedagogy and work to continuously improve teaching methods and introduce new approaches to instruction.
  • Offered career assistance to students by conducting mock interviews, providing relevant job opportunities and teaching networking skills and strategies.
  • Incorporated instructional technologies in course delivery for both in-class and online instruction and developed several fully online courses.
  • Served on several university committees including the Faculty Senate.
  • Conducted research and Presented at state, national, and international conferences.
  • Worked on two grant projects.
  • Excellence in Teaching Award in 2003.
Classroom Teacher, 01/1986 to 06/2001
Pinellas County School District City, STATE,

Elementary Teaching History

  • 1/1986-6/1986: 4th-5th Grade Combination Class
  • 8/1986-6/1992: 1st Grade
  • 8/1992-6/1995: Reading Recovery Teacher (A. L. L. Program)
  • 8/1995-6/1998: K-1 Multiage (K. O. A. L. A.)
  • 8/1998-6/2001: 1st Grade

Some Duties:

  • Mentored several final interns and several students in field experiences
  • Served on my school leadership team to represent primary
  • Served as a peer teacher for new teachers
  • Took advantage of multiple professional development opportunities
  • Implemented student-led conferences and student-led open house
  • Wrote two mini-grants for classroom materials

Awards and Achievements:

  • Semi-finalist for district Teacher of the Year
  • Semi-finalist for Teacher of the Year, awarded by USF
  • Obtained ESL Endorsement (60 hours)
Education
: Liberal Arts And General Studies, Expected in
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The University of The South - Sewanee, TN
GPA:
Ph.D.: C & I: Reading And Language Arts, Expected in 12/2001
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University of South Florida - Tampa, FL
GPA:

Cognate: Early Childhood

Master of Arts: Reading And Language Arts, Expected in 12/1993
to
USF St. Petersburg - St. Petersburg, FL,
GPA:
Bachelor of Arts: Elementary Education, Expected in 12/1985
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USF St. Petersburg - St. Petersburg, FL,
GPA:
Associate of Arts: Liberal Arts, Expected in 07/1984
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St. Petersburg Junior College - St. Petersburg, FL,
GPA:

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School Attended
  • The University of The South
  • University of South Florida
  • USF St. Petersburg
  • USF St. Petersburg
  • St. Petersburg Junior College
Job Titles Held:
  • Associate Professor of Literacy Education
  • Assistant Professor of Reading Education
  • Instructor
  • Classroom Teacher
Degrees
  • Ph.D.
  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Associate of Arts