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A highly experienced, enthusiastic and result oriented School Coordinator with a track record of developing instructional materials; coordinating educational contents and incorporating current technology in specialized fields that provide guidelines to educators and instructors for developing curricula and conducting courses. Possess effective teaching, monitoring and tutoring skills. Good organizational and time management skills with ability to maintain set guidelines. Attention to detail and ability to maintain high standard of professionalism. Understand diversified learning needs of students, proficient in integrating technology resources and various teaching methods, and in employing learning measurement tools to create positive results in individuals and groups. Self-starter, with a team-oriented attitude possessing strong analytical skills coupled with excellent cross-cultural communication skills, culturally competent with ability to work in diverse environments.
Classroom Management ● Curriculum/Lesson Plan Development ● Technology Integration
● Monitoring Progress ● Student Needs assessment ● Student Motivation
CAREER SKILLS AND HIGHLIGHTS
• Initiated, developed and presented program presentations to stakeholder groups.
• Developed and implemented new teacher training for new HHT teachers.
• Conducted and co-conducted bi-annual professional development for adult educators
• Demonstrated best teaching practices to adult educators.
• Interviewed for Take 10- MCPS Instructional Television Series on HHT Unit
• 5th Grade Team Leader and served on Principal’s Advisory Committee
• Sponsored Student Government Association
• Developed, implemented, sponsored Homework Club for struggling 5th graders
• Supervised student teacher and high school interns and successfully Chaired school-wide social committee
Montgomery County Public Schools, Home and Hospital Teaching Unit ● Maryland 2006 – Present
Teacher- Central Office
Handled coordination of instructional services for 550+ students per year. Handled interaction between stakeholders and related outside agencies. Provided resolution to myriad of issues including curriculum, programming, testing, graduation requirements and special education services. Spearheaded program presentations to stakeholder groups to clarify HHT’s roles and responsibility, which increased collaboration and instructional effectiveness. Provided numerous in-office procedures to increase unit effectiveness and the instructional program provided, including realigning hiring and training process HHT’s. Participated in IEP meetings (school and central office levels) to provide guidance on COMAR and MCPS Regulations in relation to HHT. Utilized extensive knowledge of MCPS Policies and Regulations to accurately analyze individual situations and apply appropriate recommendations. Coordinated with the DRSAU and the Appeals Transfer Office to develop and implement a working instructional program for students in the expulsion process. Managed bi-annual professional development for adult educators, including explanation and demonstration of best teaching practices and technology based research and instruction.
Montgomery County Public Schools, Sequoyah Elementary School ● Maryland 1999 – 2006
Grade 5 Teacher /Inclusion Teacher/Team Leader/SGA Sponsor
Served as team lead for 5th grade. Handled the Student Government Association, including school-wide elections and student leadership and volunteer activities. Created, implemented and sponsored Homework Club for struggling fifth grade students. Supervised student teacher and high school interns and chaired school-wide social committee. Supervised and assisted inclusion class with student teacher. Served on the Principal’s Advisory Committee.
Colchester Public Schools, Colchester Intermediate School ● Connecticut 1999 – 1999
Student Teacher- Grade 5
Instructed fifth Grade curriculum and facilitated learning to meet the needs of all students. Handled and created lesson plan, classroom instruction, and assessment both formal and informal, in a mixed classroom in all subject areas. Established strong relationship with students, co-workers, and parents. Incorporated multiple intelligences into classroom and curriculum and participated in extracurricular activities. Observed and evaluated students’ performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
Colchester Public Schools, Colchester, William Johnson Middle School ●Connecticut 1998 – 1999
Grant Intern/Yearbook Advisor
Assisted in the implementation of CT School for Change grant on Multiple Intelligences theory in the classroom with eighth graders. Conducted classroom instruction integrating arts in the curriculum. Managed book clubs, handled assessment and acted as yearbook coordinator. Handled data collection and compilation using technology. Performed various teacher related duties and responsibilities.
Charter Behavioral Health System, Leesburg ● VA 5/1997 – 12/1997
Art and Recreational Therapist
Handled structured and non-structured art and recreational therapy groups with both adults and adolescents in a psychiatric and drug rehabilitation hospital for both in and out patient for either for short or long-term rehabilitation. Organized a weekly field day of therapeutic recreational activities to integrate the adolescent populations. Provided assessments and individual and group documentation as well as provided assistance in crisis intervention as well as participated in treatment teams and weekly supervision. Created and implemented a successful token economy program in reference with behavior modification, including the creation of a Token Store.
Charter Behavioral Health System, Leesburg ● VA 9/1996 – 5/1997
Grant Intern/Yearbook Advisor
Handled group art therapy sessions with adults and adolescents in hospital setting, focusing on specific treatment issues for both structured and non-structured individual. Provided assessments, documented behavioral and creative observations of each individual and group session. Organized multi-family art therapy groups, participated in treatment team meetings, handled peer supervision, and on and off-site supervision.
Oak Hill Youth Detention Center- Dept. of Human Services, Washington ● DC 9/1995 – 6/1996
Art Therapist- Intern
Spearheaded individual and group art therapy sessions with incarcerated adolescents. Provided individual treatment plans and IEP’s. Organized structured short-term art therapy groups designed specifically for person experiencing addiction, bereavement and family issues. Recorded individual progress in relation to treatment goals. Provided assessments, crisis, support counseling as requested by corrections staff and participated in weekly meetings and on, and off-site supervision.
OTHER EXPERIENCES (2004 – 2011)
Montgomery County Schools ● Maryland 2004/2006 – 2011
Part Time Teacher
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS
A&S Certification coursework, 2011
McDaniel College, Westminster, Maryland
M.A.Teaching- Elementary Education, 1999
Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Connecticut
M.A.Art Therapy, 1998
The George Washington University, Washington DC
B.A. Psychology, Minor Fine Arts, 1995
The George Washington University, Washington, DC
AA. Mental Health Associate, 1992
Montgomery College, Takoma Park, Maryland
OAT I for Aspiring Administrators (July 2012- November 2012)
Skillful Teacher I (Skillful Teacher II classes completed)
William and Mary Training
Junior Great Books Training
Training and Comprehensive Scoring of the Maryland School Performance Assessment Program (MSPAP)
Inclusion Conference in Baltimore, MD.
NBPTS Conference in Washington, D.C.
Teaching Strategies for Building Literacy- Drake University
Including Students with Special Needs in the Regular Classroom- Walden University
Helping Students Become Self-Directed Learners- Walden University
HE-06- Family Life and Human Sexuality
FileMaker Pro 10: Dev. IV: Scripting, SIMS: Intermediate level, SIMS: Introduction for Secondary Schools, Dev. V: Interface Design and Development, Dev. II Relational Concepts & Practices
FMSIP iProcurement Training
CAP Introduction and Refresher
National Board Certified Teacher- Generalist/Middle Childhood (MC Gen.); Administration and Supervision Certification (anticipated Fall 2012- coursework completed); Pupil Personnel Worker , Advanced Professional Certificate; Generic Special Education–(infant–3, 1–8, 6–adult), HQ, Advanced Professional Certificate; Middle School, HQ, Advanced Professional Certificate (R12) (Maryland); Elementary Ed 1-6, HQ, Advanced Professional Certificate (R12) (Maryland)