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Assistant Principal | Educational Consultant Resume


Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 80881
Desired Job Location: Laurel, Maryland Date Posted: 4/16/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 98000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Well-organized, multifaceted, and student-centered professional, interested to pursue a challenging role within the areas of school operations administration, educational leadership, and instructional coaching.

Skilled at facilitating professional development seminars, observing teachers’ performance, and providing post-observation feedback to teachers toward their growth and advancement. Effective at leading and collaborating with team members to establish and execute school-wide goals. Equipped with analytical skills and unswerving commitment to the highest standards of professional excellence. Armed with outstanding people skills, essential in establishing relationships with students, educators, and individuals of diverse cultural backgrounds.


Experience:
Dorothy I. Height Elementary School – Washington, DC
2016–Present
Teacher Leader | 5th Grade English Language Arts Teacher
Efficiently apply the LEAP professional development framework in facilitating professional development seminars for teachers
Closely monitor teacher performances and prepare anecdotal notes to provide appropriate feedback
Observe strict adherence to DC Public Schools (DCPS) curriculum and Common Core State Standards for English-Language Arts in planning and coordinating lessons, as well as developing teacher-created instructional materials
Maintain proactive involvement in various meetings, including Special Education and Response to Intervention meetings to discuss students of concern
Facilitate high-stake evaluations, such as achievement network interim assessments, iReady skills mastery assessments, and reading inventory
Offer hands-on support to an academic fellow as part of the Urban Teachers Program, which entails providing mentoring, coaching, and ongoing feedback and guidance in a gradual release model
Employ analytical skills in thoroughly assessing student data in literacy and math for grades K-5
Serve as co-chair of the School Culture and Climate Committee, as well as active participant and integral member of the Academic Leadership Team

J.O. Wilson Elementary School – Washington, DC
2015–2016
Mentor Teacher | 3rd Grade English Language Arts Teacher
Fostered optimum student learning by integrating new technologies in teaching, including SMART Board Technology, Lexia Reading Core5, and Typing Agent online, which ensured an innovative environment conducive to learning
Formed and implemented a small-group guided reading lessons to address learners’ diverse instructional needs
Demonstrated skills in utilizing effective teaching strategies, including differentiated instruction and close reading
Identified areas of instructional improvement and students’ strengths and areas of growth by conducting grade-level assessments
Executed PARCC, Achievement Network Interim, Text Reading Comprehension (TRC), Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS), and unit assessments to evaluate student’s mastery of English Language Arts content and grade-level skills

DC Preparatory Academy Edgewood Middle Campus – Washington, DC
2012–2015
Grade-level Leader | 4th Grade English Language Art Classroom Teacher
Provided expert oversight to Fourth Grade-level Team in school-wide and grade-level programming
Fulfilled key tasks, including facilitating regular grade-level meetings, planning grade-level events, analyzing student data, and ensuring alignment of programs and grade-level initiatives toward students’ growth
Managed the integration of literacy content, daily assessments, and teaching best practices into lesson planning and teaching pedagogy
Generated key designs of strategic unit and lesson plans for literacy through Understanding by Design and Backwards Design mapped to Common Core State Standards, high-stakes testing, and summative assessments
Functioned as proctor for statewide and district assessments, including PARCC, NWEA MAP, Fountas and Pinnell, and unit
Utilized innovative technologies into daily lessons including document cameras, Google Docs, Chromebooks, Hapara, and Achieve3000 for reading

Richard Allen Schools – Dayton, OH
2010–2012
English Language Arts Department Chair
2008–2012
5th Grade English Language Arts Teacher
2005–2008
4th Grade English Language Arts | Social Studies Teacher
2004–2005
3rd Grade Teacher
Functioned as ELA Department chair to supervise district-wide curriculum design for kindergarten to 9th grade reading and writing
Guaranteed alignment of curriculum across content areas, in collaboration with director of academics and other department chairs
Conducted ongoing professional development for teachers on the transition to Common Core State Standards and other instructional practices
Spearheaded the execution of behavior management across grade levels, while providing assistance to struggling teachers
Presented teacher-created materials to students and differentiated instructions to meet diverse needs of students


Education:
Master of Science in Education Administration
Trinity Washington University – Washington, DC
Master of Arts in Education
Antioch-McGregor University – Yellow Springs, OH
Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management
Capital University – Columbus, OH


Skills:
Common Core State Standards | Strategic Planning and Implementation | Response to Intervention
Meeting Facilitation | Educational Research | Curriculum Development | Understanding by Design
Leadership and Cross-functional Collaboration


Additional Information:
awards and honors:

2017
Highly Effective Teacher-based on IMPACT Rubric
2015–2016
DC Public Schools Chancellor’s Teacher’s Cabinet | DC Public Schools Capital Commitment Fellow


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