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Dynamic, engaging and dedicated Teacher with currently completing a Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership and Management and current Masters in Adult Learning and Training, eager to transition into a new opportunity as an <>. Demonstrated success in developing cutting-edge programs that deliver measureable results in student proficiencies and learning success. Strong proponent for the integration of emerging technology tools and applications that allow for improved teaching methods and enhanced student engagement.
• Extensive curriculum design and management, and development of team and small group activities.
• Active participant in academic advancement initiatives that evaluate, define and launch new teaching tools and methodologies that meet the needs of the student in a challenging and ever-evolving learning environment.
Build Strong Academic Infrastructure • Learning/Data Retention Strategies
Creative, Resourceful and Proactive • Adult Education Principles • Train and Mentor Teachers
Strategic Planning and Execution • Understanding of Educational Requirements • Define Learning Priorities
Perform Gap Analysis •Develop Benchmarks for Accountability Cultural Diversity/Demographic Awareness
Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia • PA 2005 – Present
Assistant Director (2008 – Present)
Provide leadership and direction for a large interdisciplinary education center and pedagogical and educational technology expertise. Facilitate scheduling, design of support training on teamwork and professionalism for faculty, students and professionals. Collaborate with multiple University disciplines in design and development of educational training requirements. Direct and oversee administrative/professional staff assigned to educational projects/programs.
• Develop educational tools and evaluations with focus on new emerging technology initiatives.
• Serve as preceptor for master’s level students for capstone projects.
Education Coordinator (2005 – 2008)
Oversaw all facets of professional development course serving 260 students utilizing 50 faculty members.
Provided pedagogical and educational technology expertise and provided course management system orientation for all faculty and staff. Developed course syllabi and schedules for maximum student participation.
Managed course Website that allowed students and faculty to access grades, course content, campus news, etc.
• Facilitated, organized and oversaw faculty/student teams for training and small group exercises and served as point of contact for faculty and student issues.
Drexel University, Philadelphia • PA 2001 – 2005
Oversaw all facets of burgeoning cooperative learning course that hosted 80 students and 100 preceptors. Provided expert assistance to course directors in course descriptions and information materials for faculty and student distribution. Developed and implemented course schedules and syllabi ensuring timing coverage support greater student availability options. Prepared, proctored and scored exams and oversaw course Website ensuring access to grades and course content. Confirmed completion of program requirements for graduation. Collaborated with academic and administrative departments regarding student progress and performance. (Registrar, Bursar office, etc.).
• Provided exam management training for faculty and staff that supported complete understanding of exam particulars and any new exam caveats.
Co-op Intern/Administrative Assistant – Peirce College, Philadelphia, PA
Clerk – University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS
Currently Attending – Doctor of Education: Educational Leadership and Management
Human Resources Development
Drexel University, Philadelphia • PA
M.S., Organizational Development and Leadership: Adult Learning and Training – 2009
St. Joseph University, Philadelphia • PA
B.S., Healthcare Services Administration – 2005 cum laude
Drexel University, Philadelphia • PA
A.S., General Studies – 2000 cum laude
Pierce University, Rindge • NH
Alpha Epsilon Lambda Graduate Honor Society – Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA – 2009 to Present
American Society for Training and Development Member, 2012 – Present
National Association of African Americans in Human Resources Member, 2012-Present
Pennsylvania Educational Research Association Member, 2012-Present
Jefferson Interprofessional Education Conference Planning Committee Member, 2011-Present
Jefferson Interprofessional Education Faculty Development Workgroup Member, 2011
Jefferson Interprofessional Education Steering Committee Member, 2008-Present
Waddell-Terry, T., Pittman, J., Grant, A. (2012). Needs Assessment of an E-Mentoring Program
for Doctor of Education Students. Drexel University.
Waddell-Terry, T. (2012). Exploration of a Peer and Faculty E-Mentoring Program for EdD
Students. Research Day. Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, April 19, 2012
Waddell-Terry. (2012). An E-Mentoring Program to Reduce Attrition and Promote Doctoral
Student Success Presentation and Focus Group. Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, March 17, 2012
Herge EA, Hsieh C, Waddell-Terry T, Arenson CA. (2011). Using an Interdisciplinary Clinical
Skills Scenario to develop collaborative team skills among medical and health professions
students. Teacher Methods and Materials Swap. American Geriatrics Society Annual Scientific
Meeting, National Harbor, MD, May 11 -14, 2011.
Waddell-Terry, T. (2011). The Impact of Course Management Systems in Higher Education, EdD
Program, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.
Hsieh C, Arenson CA, Waddell-Terry T. (2009). Interprofessional Geriatric Education: Team-
based Care for Chronic Conditions. JCIPE Interprofessional Education and Care Newsletter. 1(1):4-5.