An 8 year professional secondary education Instructor who invites challenges and takes initiative through own processes of high self motivation.
Proven ability to excel in administrative, team oriented collaboration, research and development in science, educational technology and mathematics. Experiences exemplary communication and interpersonal skills for directed campus and district sessions.
Performs highly knowledgeable instruction through strong PC, Mac, and mobile application skills.
High level of integrity with proven ability to perform in a changing environment.
Technology Excellence Center
|CTE- STEM Instructor- Engineering Design and Problem Solving||
Aug 2016 to Current
Facilitate students to develop a creative process of solving problems by identifying needs and then identifying needs and then devising solutions.
Reinforce and integrate previous skills in math and science courses
Stimulate Students ingenuity, intellectual talents, and practical skills to devise solutions to engineering design problems
Foster an awareness of social and ethical implications of technological development.
|Stephen F. Austin State University||
|Laboratory Research Assistant||
Jan 2004 to May 2008, Jan 2004 to May 2008
Instructed and facilitated laboratory sessions on methods and appropriate technology on the basic concepts of physical science.
Focused on teaching principles of wave motion, sound, light, and mechanics and illustrated the logic and reasoning
Demonstrated knowledge of the major issues and problems facing modern science, including issues that touch upon ethics, values, and public policies.
Identified and recognized the differences among competing scientific theories.
Facilitated sessions over material sciences illustrating the logic and reasoning of the principles of high temperature superconductors.
Evaluated results and concepts of high temperature superconducting material.
Developed a model train containing high temperature superconductor material producing levitation with liquid nitrogen.
Applied Meissner effect and electro-mechanic principles to application
|McDonald Middle School, Mesquite, TX||
|8th Grade Math Pre-Ap / GT Teacher||
2008 to Jun 2016
Meet Algebra 1 course and district wide performance goals
Plan, prepare, and deliever instructional activities
Creates instructional resources for classroom use
Participates in ongoing training sessions
NAPE Micro-messaging to Reach and Teach Every Student- 2014-2015
Addressed gender and culturally biases that occur in the classroom and that are manifested and delivered through “micro-messages.”
Developed quantitative and qualitative data to improve retention, presence, and completion of STEM students
100% passing rate for EOC Algebra 1 with 84% commended-2014-2015
Performs SMAR integration
Administrate Nearpod VR Grant for Teachers
Global Maker spacers Organizer
Grant writer for awarded IPADs of 1:1 classroom integration
Facilitate Pay for knowledge course and Application hours for teachers to understand technology in the classroom
|Mesquite Education Foundation GRANT · IPAD 1:1 integration||
|Nearpod · Virtural Reality Grant||
|Mesquite Eduation Association · Campus Represenative||
Aug 2015 to Aug 2016
Develop positive public opinion in support of education
Foster high quality of entrance of teaching profession
Encourage and engage active participation of all members in the solution of school concerns and district/community events
|National Junior Honor Society · Sponsor||
Aug 2015 to Jun 2016
Strive to be part of this dynamic organization as an opportunity to prepare student for college, careers, and a lifetime of success.
|STEM CLUB- INNOVATION Non profit Director · Sponsor||
Aug 2015 to Current
Gathering of students that meets regularly in an informal environment to work on inquiry-based Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) related activities.
|Our Journey · Co-Founder||
Aug 2013 to Oct 2016
Facilitate meetings and events on early detection of Breast Cancer
|Skills USA · Sponsor||
Aug 2016 to Current