Resume

 

 

Winner of the 2005 Quark Educational Award

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Cobble Hill School of American Studies

1988-Present

NYC Department of Education

1999-Present: Educator

New York City Board of Education,

The Cobble Hill School of American Studies                       Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

∑         Comprehensive School Reform (CSR)  Grant Coordinator

∑        Coordinator for Instructional Support Services

∑         Transition Linkage Coordinator

∑         Technology Coordinator, V-TEA Grant Writer/Coordinator

∑         Resource Room,  Consultant Teacher, Team Teacher

∑         Teacher of American History through Music for the

          Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History at Cobble Hill.

∑         Teacher of Web Design, Photoshop, Digital Music, Digital Film Production,

          3D Modeling & Animation, Desktop Publishing

∑         Yearbook Advisor, Newspaper Advisor

∑         Web Master and Designer for Cobble Hillís website,

          Region 8 Arts Festival 2005 website designer

∑         Member of Principalís Cabinet, SBO Committee, UFT Delegate.

1989-1999: Special Education Teacher

New York City Board of Education, P. S. 9              Brooklyn, N. Y.

*     K-6 MIS I/MIS IV classroom teacher

       (for students with learning disabilities, mild emotional disabilities and physical disabilities). 

*     Responsible for teaching all subject areas including:

      Reading/Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, Computers, Music and Art.

*     Developed historical, theatrical and musical productions and presentations with special education and mainstream classes.

1992-1993:   Creative Writing and History Teacher

Association for the Help of Retarded Children               N.Y., N.Y.

Taught creative writing and history/current events to developmentally disabled adults.

 

1988-1989:  Classroom Teacher

New York City Board of Education, P. S. 129                  N.Y., N.Y.

*     2nd grade classroom teacher

*    Social studies cluster teacher grades k-6th