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Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 71629
Desired Job Location: New Brunswick, New Jersey Date Posted: 2/19/2014
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 75000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Dedicated and hands-on instructional
leader, equipped with wide-ranging
experience in diverse academic aspects,
delivering high-caliber leadership,
education, consultative assistance, and
interpersonal relations. Demonstrate
expertise in creating and implementing
strategic curriculum specifically
designed to meet the student needs.
Establish efficient communication with
colleagues, parents, and other
stakeholders to ensure proper
coordination in delivering top-quality
education and guidance to students.
Possess dynamic ability to lead, mentor,
and motivate staff toward personal and
organizational development.


Experience:
LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

Middlesex Regional Educational Services
Commission (MRESC)

HEAD TEACHER MAR 2013–PRESENT
NuView Academy, Piscataway, NJ
- Serve as a school testing
coordinator, providing assistance in
statewide assessment execution.
- Liaise and maintain efficient
coordination between teachers and
district personnel under principal’s
directions on various academic issues
and records.
- Take charge of staff and
substitutes reassignment to ensure the
proper designation of certificated staff
during absences.
- Successfully encouraged the
behaviorally disturbed student in taking
the state standard test.

CO-COORDINATOR SEP 2012–PRESENT
Interim Alternative Educational Program
(IAEP), Piscataway, NJ
- Work collaboratively with
teachers and aides in delivering top-
quality education for classified and
non-classified students as well as in
student behavior management.
- Ensure proper coordination with
sending districts, parents, probation
officers, and other outside agencies by
establishing proactive communication.
- Observe strict adherence to
proper curriculum and instruction for
each student while mainlining
comprehensive records of students.
- Made significant contribution to
the personal improvement of students on
behavioral and educational aspects that
enabled their return to the district or
enroll to another program.

NONVIOLENT CRISIS INTERVENTION TRAINER
2008–PRESENT
Piscataway, NJ
- Provide training and
recertification to new staff in other
school districts within New Jersey on
proper handling of crisis situations,
identifying various levels of crisis
development, and learning of physical
techniques.
- Render keen oversight to trained
staff to ensure proper utilization of
knowledge as honed from the training.
- Implemented safe and effective
strategies that streamlined the
management of individuals under custody
that may present disruptive and/or
dangerous behavior.

Johnson Youth Center
YOUTH SUPERVISOR 2000–2002
Summit, NJ
- Authored and spearheaded the
execution of programming curricula for
youth with age ranging from 10–18 years
old.
- Held responsible for the design
and creation of publications that
generated substantial increase in
enrollment through successful public
relations campaign.



TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Middlesex Regional Educational Services
Commission (MRESC)
SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER 2002–
PRESENT
Nu View Academy, Piscataway, NJ
- Administer and monitor all
records and files and communicate with
parents, counselors, and case managers.
- Deliver high-quality education
and guidance to emotionally disturbed
and behaviorally disturbed students to
ensure their personal development toward
society acceptance.
- Make use of CPI techniques in
dealing with students with disruptive,
aggressive, or tantrum behavior.
- Carry out the preparation and
implementation of individualized
education plan as well as behavior
intervention planning.
- Received additional
responsibilities due to dedication and
hard work in accomplishing assigned
tasks.

Kean University / Graphic Communication
Department
TEACHING ASSISTANT | NETWORK
ADMINISTRATOR 1998–2002
Union, NJ
- Educated undergraduate students
on desktop publishing, digital
photography, pre-press, and offset
press.
- Assumed full responsibility on
the management and maintenance of all
equipment in computer laboratory and
graphic arts laboratory.
- Earned a fellowship to obtain a
Master’s degree



WORK EXPERIENCE

WEBSITE DEVELOPER–FREELANCE 2000–
2002
Union, NJ

Elzner Studios
PHOTOGRAPHER 2000–2002
Edison, NJ

Kean University
COMPUTER TECHNICIAN 1998–2000
Union, NJ


Education:

EDUCATION

POST MASTER, LEARNING DISABILITIES
TEACHER CONSULTANT: 2012
Kean University, Union, NJ

MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATIONAL
LEADERSHIP: 2009
Montclair State University, Montclair,
NJ | Graduated summa cum laude

POST BACCALAUREATE, NEW JERSEY LICENSED
TEACHER OF THE HANDICAPPED: 2006
Kean University, Union, NJ | Graduated
summa cum laude

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN GRAPHIC
COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT:
2002
Kean University, Union, NJ | Graduated
summa cum laude | GPA: 3.86

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GRAPHIC
COMMUNICATIONS: 2000
Kean University, Union, NJ

ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE IN MARKETING ART AND
DESIGN: 1996
Middlesex County College, Edison, NJ


Affiliations:
LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

Middlesex Regional Educational Services
Commission (MRESC)

HEAD TEACHER MAR 2013–PRESENT
NuView Academy, Piscataway, NJ
- Serve as a school testing
coordinator, providing assistance in
statewide assessment execution.
- Liaise and maintain efficient
coordination between teachers and
district personnel under principal’s
directions on various academic issues
and records.
- Take charge of staff and
substitutes reassignment to ensure the
proper designation of certificated staff
during absences.
- Successfully encouraged the
behaviorally disturbed student in taking
the state standard test.

CO-COORDINATOR SEP 2012–PRESENT
Interim Alternative Educational Program
(IAEP), Piscataway, NJ
- Work collaboratively with
teachers and aides in delivering top-
quality education for classified and
non-classified students as well as in
student behavior management.
- Ensure proper coordination with
sending districts, parents, probation
officers, and other outside agencies by
establishing proactive communication.
- Observe strict adherence to
proper curriculum and instruction for
each student while mainlining
comprehensive records of students.
- Made significant contribution to
the personal improvement of students on
behavioral and educational aspects that
enabled their return to the district or
enroll to another program.

NONVIOLENT CRISIS INTERVENTION TRAINER
2008–PRESENT
Piscataway, NJ
- Provide training and
recertification to new staff in other
school districts within New Jersey on
proper handling of crisis situations,
identifying various levels of crisis
development, and learning of physical
techniques.
- Render keen oversight to trained
staff to ensure proper utilization of
knowledge as honed from the training.
- Implemented safe and effective
strategies that streamlined the
management of individuals under custody
that may present disruptive and/or
dangerous behavior.

Johnson Youth Center
YOUTH SUPERVISOR 2000–2002
Summit, NJ
- Authored and spearheaded the
execution of programming curricula for
youth with age ranging from 10–18 years
old.
- Held responsible for the design
and creation of publications that
generated substantial increase in
enrollment through successful public
relations campaign.



TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Middlesex Regional Educational Services
Commission (MRESC)
SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER 2002–
PRESENT
Nu View Academy, Piscataway, NJ
- Administer and monitor all
records and files and communicate with
parents, counselors, and case managers.
- Deliver high-quality education
and guidance to emotionally disturbed
and behaviorally disturbed students to
ensure their personal development toward
society acceptance.
- Make use of CPI techniques in
dealing with students with disruptive,
aggressive, or tantrum behavior.
- Carry out the preparation and
implementation of individualized
education plan as well as behavior
intervention planning.
- Received additional
responsibilities due to dedication and
hard work in accomplishing assigned
tasks.

Kean University / Graphic Communication
Department
TEACHING ASSISTANT | NETWORK
ADMINISTRATOR 1998–2002
Union, NJ
- Educated undergraduate students
on desktop publishing, digital
photography, pre-press, and offset
press.
- Assumed full responsibility on
the management and maintenance of all
equipment in computer laboratory and
graphic arts laboratory.
- Earned a fellowship to obtain a
Master’s degree



WORK EXPERIENCE

WEBSITE DEVELOPER–FREELANCE 2000–
2002
Union, NJ

Elzner Studios
PHOTOGRAPHER 2000–2002
Edison, NJ

Kean University
COMPUTER TECHNICIAN 1998–2000
Union, NJ


Skills:
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Additional Information:
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

Certificate of Eligibility: Teacher of
Skilled Trades, Commercial Art, State of
New Jersey
Standard Certification: Teacher of the
Handicapped, State of New Jersey
New Jersey State Supervisors Certificate
and Principal License of Eligibility
New Jersey State Certificate of Learning
Disabilities Teacher Consultant
Certificated Instructor of Nonviolent
Crisis Intervention



PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Turn Key Training TIEnet Training: 2008–
Present
Stronge Teacher Effectiveness
Performance Evaluation System – Train
the Trainer
Office of Academic Standards New Jersey
Department of Education: Consumer and
Personal Finance
Writing Tools for Students/Learning
Disabilities
Digital Portfolios “Educating the
Educators” – NAMI New Jersey
SMARTboard | Adventure Curriculum for
Physical Education
Assessments | IEPs for Students on the
Autism Spectrum
Certificate of Character Education,
University Behavioral HealthCare–
University of Medicine and Dentistry of
New Jersey (UBHC–UMDNJ)


ACTIVITIES

Mentor (Students with disabilities),
Project Excel at Kean University: 2000–
Present



TECHNICAL ACUMEN

PC and Mac | Microsoft Office Suite |
TIENet | HTML and JavaScript |
Blackboard | EasyCBM | My Learning Plan
Photoshop | QuarkXpress | CorelDRAW |
PageMaker | ImageReady | FreeHand |
Preflight



PUBLICATIONS

Lewis, P. (2013). K–12 Math Curriculum.
Piscataway, NJ: MRESC.

Lewis, P. (2013). Technology Curriculum,
Piscataway, NJ: MRESC.

Lewis, P. (2011). 6–8 Science
Curriculum. Piscataway, NJ: MRESC.

Lewis, P. (2009). Professional Learning
Community Manual. Piscataway, NJ: MRESC.

Lewis, P. (2008). 6–8 English
Curriculum. Piscataway, NJ: MRESC.



LECTURES

Lewis, P. (2008). Speakers Forum:
Disabilities in the college setting.
Kean University, Union, NJ.

Lewis, P. (2006). Introduction to
disabled persons in the juvenile justice
system. Middlesex County College,
Edison, NJ.

Lewis, P. (2005). A comprehensive
continuum of intervention for successful
inclusion of students with learning
disabilities at the college level.
Council for Exceptional Children, Kean
University, Union, NJ.

Lewis, P. (2001). The Day of Silence:
Forum workshop – video production. Kean
University, Union, NJ.

Lewis, P. (1999–2001). Introduction to
disabled persons in the juvenile justice
system. Kean University, Union, NJ.


Reference:
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