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Dynamic and highly-motivated professional with an uncanny ability to stimulate student achievement, consistently exceeding expectations. Possess strong behavioral management techniques and demanding academic performance standards, effectively creating a progressive and focused classroom. Address student needs and learning styles, engaging students holistically and building strong rapport, respect, and trust. Enthusiastic team leader with exceptional skill in coordinating team activities and communicating with parents using multimedia. Demonstrates strong work ethic and moral compass necessary to achieve academic goals while modeling personal accountability and self-reliance. Organized educator, able to draw students out to new levels of self-efficacy and positive sense of self as learners. Versatile and dedicated with vast experience modifying teaching strategies and assessment methods to support and nurture student accomplishment.

Core Competencies

Master Teacher • Student Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences • Student Needs Assessment • Behavior Management • Gender Equity • BullyProofing and School Safety • Technologically Literate • Curriculum Development


Intelligent, highly competent, widely knowledgeable and experienced in teaching multiple levels of science and
mathematics, computer skills, web design, life-like personal finance, college problem solving, and mathematics
As Team Leader, organized all team activities, coordinated assessment schedules, built strong communication with
parents via e-mail and montly newsletters and team website, constructed team parent-teacher conference schedules
and built team cohesion that culminated in a trip to a high-ropes course
Highly proficient in developing and implementing alternate teaching and assessment strategies, based on student
need and direct observation, coordinating efforts with team teachers, learning specialists and the building team
Proactively seek staff input and coordination to address any student anomalies in academic, attendance, attitudinal,
behavioral, motivational and social arenas, as any student can be At-Risk at any time
Attained an average six-GLE jump in residential mathematics achievement, plus lifted students to high-school level
achievement in science, allowing credit accumulation toward high school graduation
Procured and implemented on-line credit recovery program for residential students, developed standardized transcripts
and credit accounting according to MMC guidelines, and developed consistant grade reporting procedures
Intelligent, results-oriented, able to balance multiple responsibilities. Excels in organizational planning, processing raw
data from school-improvement research and thorough with high personal standards for professional output
Independently studies contexts of current problems in society and how they relate to schools in order to improve
student learning environment, including Gender Equity, School Safety and Bullying, and Crisis Intervention and
Adolescent issues, including role and identity development and decision making skills


• Educator of the Year, Region 7, 2001, MAMSE (Michigan Association of Middle School Educators)
• Special Tribute for Teaching Excellence, Gov. John Engler, 2001
• Certified trainer for Oakland County in Bullyproofing Your Schools, September, 2001
• Disney’s American Teacher Award Nominee, 2001
• Teaching Excellence Honors, Clarkston Schools, 1997
• Nominated Teacher of the Year, Clarkston Foundation, 1996
• Published twice in School Science and Mathematics jounal


Havenwyck Residential School, Auburn Hills, MI 2006 – Present
Teacher, multi-level Mathematics and High School Science

ITT Technical Institute, Canton, MI 2006
Instructor, College Problem Solving and College Math (Algebra through Trigonometry)

Oakland Christian School, Auburn q, MI 2006
Teacher, High-School Web Authoring and Personal Finance, Middle School Word Processing

Avondale Middle School, Auburn Hills, MI 2005
Teacher, Long – Term Substitute, Math 7, Geometry

Clarkston Community Schools, Clarkston, MI 1993 to 2005
Teacher, Clarkston Middle School, Sashabaw Middle School, Math and Science(Grades 7-8)


Master of Arts in Counseling
National Certified Counselor (N.C.C.), Guidance and Counseling K-12 Endorsement (NT)
July, 2000
Rochester Hills, MI
GPA 3.95 (4.0)
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education
Certification: Michigan Elementary Professional (Science DX, Mathematics EX)
April, 1993
Rochester Hills, MI
GPA 3.98 (4.0)


Faculty Member; Train the Trainer in Bullyproofing Your Schools, 9/2001
Michigan Association for Middle School Educations (MAMSE) Conferences, 2001, 1997, 1995
Oakland University, EED 302 / EED 615 “Communicating Algebra for student success.”
Co-taught Gender Socialization in Schools (CIL 561 / EED 481 / WS 481), Oakland University, 1997
Gender and MEAP Scores: Understanding the Gap, Clarkston Schools, 1997
Metro-Detroit Science Teachers Association (MDSTA) / Detroit Area Council for Teacher of Mathematics (DACTM)
Conferences, 1993, 1995


Currently studying Spanish to become bilingual
Studied primary research on bully, witness and victim behavior in bullying situations, worked with Professionals at the
County and State Levels, including the Prosecuting Attorney’s Department and Victim’s Advocate organizations, and
became a Certified Trainer for both BullyProofing Your Schools and Nonviolence Crisis Invervention, Conflict
Resolution and Peer Mediation
Computer and technology training using Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, Power Point, FrontPage , Inspiration,
GradeQuick, Integrade Pro, Novell Network, GroupWise and Outlook e-mail utilities and NovaNET© online learning
Independently studied Gender Equity issues, including achievement in science and mathematics by gender historically
and by MEAP results, becoming Certified Trainer for Gender and Ethnic Expectation and Student Achievement
(GESA) and teaching Oakland University course regarding gender socialization in schools and achievement
Studied Counseling at Oakland University to better understand how to improve communication with students, parents
and professional peers, de-escalate tenuous situations and understand adolescent development and at-risk youth
Regular attendance at professional conferences, including Metro-Detroit Science Teacher Association (MDSTA), Detroit
Area Council for Teachers of Mathematics (DACTM), Michigan Operation Physics (MOPS), Michigan Association for
Middle School Education Conference (MAMSE), Michigan Counseling Association (MCA), Michigan Association of
Teachers of Children with Emotional Impairments (MATCEI)

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