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Education Coordinator | Adjunct Professor Resume

Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 82965
Desired Job Location: Lawrenceville, Georgia Date Posted: 3/16/2021
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 87000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Doctoral Willing to Relocate: No

Challenge-driven, results-focused, and multifaceted professional, with 17 years of teaching experience; complemented with strong background in curriculum development.

»Grand Canyon University | Phoenix, AZ
»Faculty ELM 550, Methods & Strategies of Teaching & Integrating Social Studies & Arts (Virtual) Aug 2020–Present

•Make use of Blackboard in facilitating graduate level course
•Assume responsibility in verifying students’ practicum
•Evaluate student knowledge and growth through assessments
•Facilitate a program instruction through an online form, utilizing innovative teaching methodologies, cutting-edge technologies, and other industry trends which reflect on advancements in discipline
•Impart required skillsets to students; lead classroom discussions; evaluate student performance; and develop students into successful leaders in their chosen profession
•Show a positive example to students by supporting university’s doctrinal statement, ethical position statement, and mission of Grand Canyon University

»Gwinnett County Public School System-South Gwinnett High School | Snellville, GA (2013–Present)
»HHS Academy Lead Teacher | Title I World History instructor Aug 2017–Present
»Academy Lead Teacher | Lead eClass Innovator | Content Lead Aug 2013–Present
»PSLL Academy Lead Teacher | World Geography Instructor Aug 2015– May 2017
»World Geography Instructor Aug 2013– May 2015

•Expertly conceptualize and enforce various initiatives such as lessons based on social studies academic knowledge and skills (AKS) standards; school-wide incentives and peer mentor program; and academic contract that was adapted for the high school model
•Interface with the administrator in overseeing academy discipline issues which included supporting referral processing; establishing academy discipline protocols; communicating with specific students; and formulating appropriate discipline alternatives
•Cultivate long-term community partnerships to develop internship programs, mentorship programs, and networking opportunities for students across the Health and Human Services Academy
•Administer academy budget and funds including identifying spending priorities for field trips
•Drive efforts in mentoring teachers on new instructional techniques through professional development, teacher performance assessment (edTpa), and the teach Gwinnett Program
•Spearheaded the instruction of all social studies content areas in addition to career, technical, and agriculture education (CTAE) courses
•Lead the instructional development and coaching through classroom observations as well as create teaching strategy models in support of staff development
•Strategically construct and determine lesson plans for each grade level to guarantee students are emotionally supported as well as devise incentives for students in need of support

»Gwinnett County Schools-Shiloh Middle School | Snellville, GA
»8th Grade Social Studies Teacher and Lead eClass Innovator Aug 2004– May 2013

•Provided instructional support to students at a Title I school, including incorporating pedagogical instructional techniques and technologies in support of English as a Second Language (ESOL) and special needs students
•Fostered and maintained positive relationships with parents and stakeholders to provide necessary resources to Title I students
•Rendered support in the creation and execution of new teacher-mentor program
•Designed project-based learning lesson plans to encourage critical thinking skills
•Worked on the modification of the general education curriculum for special needs students based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies as part of the collaborative classroom model
•Made resources available to Title I students in cooperation with parents and stakeholders
•Steered efforts in designing and executing mentorship program curriculum for new teachers

Doctor of Education in Special Education: 2014
Nova Southeastern University | Fort Lauderdale, FL

Education Specialist in Curriculum Instruction Management and Administration
Nova Southeastern University | Fort Lauderdale, FL

Master of Science in Secondary Education
University of Phoenix | Phoenix, AZ

Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Minor in Criminal Justice
University of Cincinnati | Cincinnati, OH

Educator Certificate
T7 Political Science and Economics, T7 Middle Grades, T7 History, T7 Behavioral Sciences ESOL, Geography, Political Science, NL Educational Leadership (expired), and SPED General Curriculum

Golden Key Honor Society

Program Management and Coordination
Curriculum Standard Setting
Workshop and Training Initiation
Budget Administration
Interactive Education
Academic Policies and Regulation

Additional Information:
Professional Experience

Alternative Business Call Center | Stone Mountain, GA
Co-Owner and Operator


Volunteer Dissertation Coach,
Diamond in the Rough Mentor, Shiloh Middle


Paris-boyd, S., M. (2014). Analysis of educator perceptions regarding accommodations provided for students with disabilities in private versus public school. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Nova Southeastern University. Fort Lauderdale, FL.

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