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Resume/Curriculum Vitae

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
    • Educator, teacher,mentor, presenter with over 28 years experience in special education, curriculum development and training.
    • Designed and delivered lesson plans to participants of 10-30 participants at a time
    • Webinar presentation on technology online to over 30 people
EDUCATION
 Ed.S. – Educational Technology in Curriculum and Instruction                  2015 
Walden University, Minneapolis MN
M.Ed. – Education, Curriculum & Instruction                                               2005       
University of Phoenix, Online, Phoenix AZ
B.A. – Special Education 2002 Old Dominion University, Norfolk VA             2001
2002  
B.S. – Elementary Education 1984 Bemidji State University, Bemidji MN     1985
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS
  • Licensure 45369   CO   Teacher Professional Teacher License    Current
  • K-12 Special Education: Moderate Needs, Severe Affective Needs, Severe Cognitive needs
  • Early Childhood Education
  • K-6 Elementary Education
  • English Language Acquisition Certificate (ELA – E & ELA – T)   
  • Texas Provisional
    • Elementary Self-Contained 06/13/1987 Life Valid
      • Grades (1-8)
    • Kindergarten 03/17/1988 Life Valid Grades (PK-KG)
SKILLS:

Instructional Design                   Keyboarding                                                                     
Adult Training                           Adult Education
Classroom Management            Introduction to MS Office  
Grant Writing                             Books
Classroom Management                                               Tutoring
Learning Management Systems                                   Writing Styles: MLA, APA
Blackboard                                                        ESL
eTutor
            Canvas
            Moodle
 

EXPERIENCE:

Omar D Blair K-8 Charter School 2016-2017
  • Multi Intensive Center based Teacher
  • Mild/Moderate Special Education Teacher

Responsibilities
  • Supervisor:  
    • Responsible for training, instructing and directing paraprofessionals in a classroom for students with special needs. 
Aurora Public Schools: 2015-2016
  • Affective Needs Special Educator 
    • Grades 3-5
Responsibilities:
  • Supervisor:  
    • Responsible for training, instructing and directing paraprofessionals in a classroom for students with special needs. 

Denver Public Schools: 2005-present
  • Mild/Moderate Special Educator 2005-2006

  • Center Based Teacher: 2006-2015
      • Multi Intensive Autism 2007-2008
      • Multi Intensive Primary 2008-2015
 Responsibilities:
  • Mentor:  
Responsible for coaching new teacher in developing her skills and accessing materials needed from within the school and district. 
  • Supervisor:  
    • Responsible for training, instructing and directing paraprofessionals in a classroom for students with special needs. 
PUBLICATIONS
  • Writers4hire:
A writer who proofreads and writes academic (APA, MLA) and business papers.
  • Curriculum Development:
    • Third grade science curriculum
                         Raymondville I.S.D, Texas
    • Sunday school curriculum Pre-k through third grade. 
    • The BigZoo.com website
      • Ideas and materials for parents who homeschool their children.
    • Adaptations of general education curriculum for the use for children with special needs.
  • Master Teacher Publication
One Leadership Lane, Manhattan, Kansas 66502
WORKSHOPS PRESENTED:
    • Project Cam:
An initiative in Denver Public Schools to give 200 teachers and leaders a video creation toolkit, a network of support made up of fellow teachers and leaders, and highly personalized Professional Learning for both using the toolkit and improving practice.
    • Special Education Night for Parents
Responsible for presenting information regarding appropriate tools, techniques or how to implicate the process that facilitate and enhance teaching practices and improve learning outcomes for students. In addition to illustrating the availability of the tools for parents and teachers of students with special needs.  
    • Providing appropriate tools, techniques or how to implicate the process that facilitate and enhance teaching practices and improve learning outcomes for students
    • Training educators to monitor, implement and deliver testing materials for students with special needs
    • Formative Assessment training for yearly State Alternative tests. (2006)
    • Community connected online webinar; the use of an iPad (2009)
    • SimpleK12.com – Professional Development For Teachers (Webinars)
      • Grant Writing 101(August 2015)
      • 15 Ways Google Hangouts Can Take the Isolation Out of Special Education (December 2016)

GRANTS
  • Donorschoose.org
Four projects were successfully funded through this site.  The grants
provided technology, curriculum materials and furniture for the classroom. 

  • Westerra Banks:
DCIS Ford Elementary – Books and cabinets for students with disabilities

  • Target
Funding for two field trips: Colorado Trains; Recreation Center

  • Denver Zoo
Red apple scholarships that partially paid for transportation and tickets

  • Nathan’s Lawn Service and Snow Removal
Funded cooking utensils and materials for the life skill program of a center based classroom. 
COMMUNITY SERVICE 

Lord of the Hills
Small Group Leader
Bible Study Leader
Hospitality Coordinator
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

National Education Association (NEA)
Association Educational Communication and Technology (AECT)
National Education Association (NEA)
International Society for Technology in Technology (ISTE)
PBS Teachers Advisory Group
Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators (SCBWI)

REFERENCES

Audrey Ross-McCall
 School/Org:  Denver Public Schools
 Phone Number  720-271-1915
Alternate Phone Number  720-737-6874
Email: audrey_ross-mccall@dpsk12.org 

John Bell, Jr (Jack)
john_belljr@dpsk12.org
 School/Org: Denver Public Schools
 Phone Number 303-921-9990
                                
Mariellen Hoffman  
Asst. Principal  
Denver Public Schools
mariellen_hoffman@dpsk12.org  
(h) 303-481-8919  
© 720-238–3341  
w 720-424-2924

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