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relocating to washington dc 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000




education specialist


qualifications profile


national/state program administration outreach consulting

curriculum development instructional facilitation project management


areas of expertise


21st century skills initiative; multi-tiered systems of support/right to intervention (mtss/rti);

kagan cooperative groups; understanding by design; no child left behind (nclb);

strategic instruction model (sims)



elementary education k-9, effective: 6/17/1998 expiration: 07/18/2013

building administrator k-9, effective: 8/25/2003 expiration: 07/18/2013

building leadership prek-12, effective: 10/03/2007 expiration: 07/18/2013


academic credentials


master of arts, educational administration, university of kansas-lawrence; 2003

bachelor of arts, education, washburn university, topeka, ks; 1998


career highlights


  co-developed/implemented statewide student contest promoting awareness of america s national parks in collaboration with national parks foundation and kansas public television; 2009

  co-facilitator with governor john carlin in coordinating non-profit organizations to sponsor civics & civility: voices of the kansas people; established first kansas civic educator award; 2009

  partnered in developing human services and law and public safety career pathways for state of kansas high schools; 2008-2009

  worked with strategic partnering organizations to launch statewide kansas schools of character recognition program originating from national character education partnership initiative, 2008-2009

  executive board member of kansas commission for international education in schools, 2003-2009, promoting awareness of globalization issues impacting kansas k-12 public schools

  state coordinator for kansas we the people: the citizen and the constitution program through sponsorship of national center for civic education; 2004-2008

  spearheaded annual congressional conference on civic education, washington, d.c., leading to 2007 kansas civics & civility summit

  reviewed and consulted on kansas state historical society curriculum focused on promoting historical preservation of archeology for grades 5-8; 2006

  advised sac and fox, kickapoo, iowa, and prairie band of potawatomie tribal councils on placing native american history within reservation curriculum; 2006

  joined with governor s office, the u.s. mint and the kansas state fair in writing curriculum supporting student awareness of the kansas state quarter; 2005

  serving on state social studies standards committee, developed 2004 curricular standards for history-government; economics & geography; approved by kansas state board of education

  edited the local government in kansas textbook; 2003

  advisor to national smithsonian museum in piloting internet-driven classroom lesson series, america on the move,; 2002


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career track


online instructor, university of phoenix 2009-present

  demonstrating talent for rapidly adapting and applying talents to new settings, have applied subject matter expertise in world religions, cultural arts and world history toward facilitating self-directed online humanities 205 course; provide substantive feedback on student responses to discussion questions as well as essays


social studies education program consultant, kansas state department of education 2004-2009

  developed curriculum for state k-12 social studies program, managed social studies assessment and provided guidance on school improvement and accreditation issues

  spearheaded the strategic development and coordination of a top-performing team of k-12 social studies teachers


instructional facilitator, center for research on learning, kansas university 2003-2004

  successfully developed and led urban high school teachers, with focus on promoting infusion of research-based learning strategies developed by university of kansas within classroom environment; observed teaching practices and provided expert one-on-one feedback

  resourcefully created bimonthly newsletter fostering enhanced communications and coaching impact


administrative intern, auburn-washburn school district, topeka, ks 2002-2003

  working with washburn rural middle school, employing 65 certified staff and serving an 820-student population, partnered in creating and implementing student and staff schedules

  entrusted with full responsibility, under supervision, over 9-week time frame for contacting and conferring with parents on boosting student behavior and classroom performance

  effectively evaluated staff and reinforced quality teaching to drive improvements

  actively supervised extracurricular events, including assemblies, talent show, dances, and community service projects


social studies teacher, grades 7 & 8, washburn rural middle school, topeka, ks 1998-2003

student teacher, grade 3, east indianola elementary school, topeka, ks 1998


professional services/projects-national/state


  co-coordinator, kansas day at the capital; 2003-present


  executive board member, kansas commission for international education in schools; 2003-2009


  board member, institute for civic discourse and democracy, kansas state university; 2006-2009


  member, shawnee town advisory board, setting state curricular standards in multiple subjects; 2006-2009


  co-developer for career and technical education and national career clusters; 2008-2009


  co-facilitator, i too am america, national park student narrative contest, 2008-2009


  collaborator, kansas schools of character recognition program, 2008-2009


  co-facilitator, civics & civility: voices of the kansas people, kansas state university; 2007


  consultant, project archeology; 2006


  advisor, kickapoo tribe curriculum advisory board; 2006


  annual congressional conference on civic education, washington, d.c; 2004, 2005, 2006


  member, governor s state quarter launch planning committee; 2005


  the council of chief state school officers, comprehensive social studies assessment project; 2004-2005


  member, social studies curricular standards committee; 2002-2004


  textbook editor, kansas league of municipalities; 2003


  representative to asia society international education in schools conference, washington, d.c.; 2003


  smithsonian advisory council; 2002





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hispanic student leadership conference, co-presentation with national park service, 2009


working with kansas curricular strategies and accessing school officials, cutting edge strategies for museums, 2008


moderator, civics & civility: voices of the kansas people summit, kansas state university; 2007

using graphic organizers and blending assessment with instruction, smokey hill service center, salina & hays, ks; 2007


hands-on strategies for teaching social studies and meeting the standards, wolf river in-service, robinson, ks; 2007


preparing schools for the 2008 spring social studies assessment and understanding cognitive alignment between instruction to curriculum, kansas state department of education annual assessment conference, topeka, ks; 2007


reading in social studies-assessment framework and promoting high schools that work practices, exceeding the standards conference, kansas council of history educators, hutchinson, ks; 2007


aligning we the people program materials with state civics standards, we the people summer institute: brown v board, kansas state university; 2007


aligning instruction to standards and assessment; hands on instructional examples; kansas state university elementary pre-service teachers presentation; 2007


integration strategies with math and language arts to social studies, southwest plains regional conference, garden city, ks; 2006


no child left behind impact on kansas social studies instruction, national council for the social studies, kansas city, mo; 2005


luncheon speaker, how to enhance global understanding in the classroom, international education conference, university of kansas; 2005


aligning instruction to standards and demonstration of hands-on learning activities; ft. leavenworth schools in-service, ft. leavenworth, ks; 2005


aligning instruction to standards and assessment framework, statewide lutheran schools educators conference, junction city, ks; 2005

impact of constitutional programs in kansas, bill of rights institute seminar, ksu memorial union, manhattan, ks; 2005


teaching to the cognitive demand of the social studies standards, topeka public schools staff development day, topeka, ks 2005


revised social studies standards and alignment to instruction, greenbush regional service center, girard, ks; 2005


interpreting standards documents and classroom methods for teaching social studies, kansas state university secondary teachers of social studies, manhattan, ks; 2005


geography and economics teaching methods in the k-6 classroom, seaman school district in-service, topeka, ks; 2005


best practices in civic education in kansas schools, greater kansas city international visitors program, kansas supreme court; 2005


how to support schools in economic education and best practices in teaching economics, kansas council on economic education executive board meeting, wichita, ks; 2004


aligning instruction with revised standards and assessments, santa fe trail staff development day, carbondale, ks; 2004


aligning instruction with revised standards and assessments, kansas council for the social studies fall conference, topeka, ks; 2004


revised social studies standards and assessment information, curriculum leaders workshop, kaw area technical school, topeka, ks; 2004


new framework for social studies assessment, guidelines for testing, test coordinators conference, bicentennial center, salina, ks; 2004



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assessment background


  created internet-driven staff development assessment/ training modules for self-paced, customized teacher training, including authoring script and supporting documents,; 2006-2009

  led national assessment contractor in writing, reviewing and piloting assessment items for social studies program and recruited/managed large team of kansas teachers in active project participation; 2003-2009

  facilitated development of special education assessments of multiple measures aligned to state standards, 2009

  steered large group of state-wide kansas teachers in writing proficiency categories/performance level descriptors for social studies assessment, with focus on determining compliance with quality performance accreditation (qpa) requirements; 2007

  designed framework for read aloud guidelines for visually impaired students, human reader guidelines; 2006

  created internet-based ap history test items for nexlearn, inc; 2003

  reviewed passages for the state reading assessments monitoring of bias content as member of kansas reading assessment bias review committee; 2003

  authored assessment questions for state assessment alignment with 1999 social studies curricular standards; 1999-2000




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professional awards


topeka bar association s liberty bell award recipient; 2006



excellent professional references available upon request

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