JANE SMITH, Ed.D
1234 Main Street, Anywhere, CA 12345
Educational Visionary of over 30 years, promoting higher learning for all age groups.
K-12 Educator | College Professor | Assistant Principal | Consultant & Development Coach
Resourceful Doctor of Education with expertise administering professional development workshops for teachers and administrators that drive success within classrooms and school operations. Mentors educators in the creation and implementation of class instruction, lesson plans, and student assessment in conjunction with state learning regulations. High success rate of teachers and administrators improving school and classroom functions, student/ parent relationships, and environments that encourage continuous improvement.
~ Mentoring & Tutoring, Setting School Schedules, Parental & Community Involvement ~ Student-Centered Instruction, Curriculum Development & Implementation, Classroom Management ~ Instructional Programming, School Technology, Grant Writing, Brainstorming ~
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, 1999
NOVA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Master of Science in Home Economics, Consumer Education, 1974
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, College Park, Maryland
Bachelor of Science in Home Economics Education, 1969
HAMPTON UNIVERSITY, Virginia
Certification (North Carolina Department of Public Instruction)
Superintendent, Principal (K-12), Family & Consumer Science Education (9-12)
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE
Prince George's County School District, Maryland
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP INSTRUCTOR
2000 - 2005
Andrew Jackson Middle School | Forestville Military Academy
Stimulated faculty, staff, educators, and administrators to resolve a variety of issues hindering growth in classroom settings and school operations by launching new systems and procedures to drive the success of improved grades, behavior, and workflow.
- Consulted with principal to determine needs and structure workshop based on areas in need of improvement.
- Conducted and directed workshops, enabling teachers and administrators to brainstorm areas lacking and provide them with solutions to fill in the gaps.
- Devised plans and proposed new processes according to experience and extensive research from professionals, texts, and various resources.
JANE SMITH, Ed.D
North Carolina Central University
COORDINATOR FOR SCHOOL OF EDUCATION DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Jul 2007 - present
Assist with recruiting qualified instructors for distance education courses and collaborate with department chair to coordinate, organize, and advise distance education graduate students for the School of Education. Instrumental within the committee for oral presentation and review of student portfolios.
- Oversee the intake of applications, serving as liaison between the students and School of Education graduate office.
- Plan effective ways to monitor and keep up with the distance education students' progress throughout their tenure to include taking Comprehensive Exam.
- Coordinate recruitment for students, assign course offerings according to the program, and conduct follow-up meetings with prospective and newly admitted students.
- Travel to specified counties to conduct group meetings for advising, scheduling, registration, and completing graduation forms.
- Maintain regular communication and coordination with the superintendent's designee from the counties.
- Work with the North Carolina Model Teacher Consortium in offering and scheduling courses for distance education.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR TENURE TRACK
Summer 2009 - present
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR | CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
Fall 2005 - Spring 2008
Taught undergraduate and graduate courses at North Carolina Central University, serving as Clinical Supervisor for student teachers. Assisted students with challenges with student teacher experience during visitation at school sites. Provided additional support to student teachers, interns, and other professor within the department.
- EDU 3010: Human Growth & Development:
Spring 2009, Fall 2008, Spring 2008, Spring 2007
- EDU 3030: Diversity, Pedagogy, and Social Change:
Spring 2009, Fall 2007
- EDU 3000: Educational Psychology:
Spring 2008, Spring 2007
- EDGR 5125: Development & Psychological Foundations of Education:
- EDCI 5402: Curriculum Development & Instructional Expertise for the Middle Grades:
- EDU 4208: Directed Teaching of Elementary Education:
- MSA Supervision:
Spring 2006, Fall 2005
JANE SMITH, Ed.D
U.S. Department of Education
ASSISTANT PROGRAM DIRECTOR FOR S.M.A.R.T.
Student Mentoring Achievement & Reform Transitions
Healthy Start Charter School
2009 - present
Direct mentoring program for low-achieving 3rd to 6th grade students to helps students increase grades and self-esteem with a 75-85% success rate.
Carter G. Woodson Charter School of Challenge
CONSULTANT | PROJECT MANAGER
Teaching Excellence in American Civic History Grant
Oct 2006 - Oct 2008
Assisted with professional development services and educational materials by recruiting additional participants and ordering supplies/ resource materials needed. Collected, analyzed, and stored data/ information.
- Administrator and coordinator of project activities, such as field trips and tours of historical places throughout North Carolina.
- Assisted with the preparation of the Annual Performance Report.
Prince George's County School District
(Acting) PRINCIPAL | ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
Forestville Military Academy
Feb 2005 - Jun 2005, Oct 1998 - June 2005
Managed daily operations of school during absence of principal. Conducted formal and informal observations of instructional personnel, in-service training sessions for faculty, and conferences with parents and students. Assisted instructional specialist with curriculum assessment, development, and scheduling. Administered consequences for discipline referrals.
- Handled parent and teacher concerns regarding student discipline, educational and social issues, and attendance.
- Represented school at long-term suspensions and expulsion hearings.
- Conducted Saturday detention and after-school tutoring.
- Implemented a ninth-grade orientation for one week.
- Worked with Parent Booster's Club to administer information to parents and community about educational program.
Other Leadership Roles:
- Chairperson of School, Planning, and Management Team (SPMT), School Instructional Team (S.I.T.), and the Multidisciplinary Team (M.D.T.).
- Coordinator for the High School that Works (HSTW) and Challenge Grant budget.
- Ninth grade administrator during the first year of ninth-grader integration, assisting Commandant with implementation of day-to-day operations.
- Served on the Academic Board & Disciplinary Board.
Andrew Jackson Middle School
Jan 1996 - Oct 1998
Enforced student code of conduct, discipline, attendance, and student orientation. Coordinated grade level and pupil personnel worker for students. Performed formal and informal teacher observations. Supervised hallway and lunchroom and inside/ outside of building during morning and afternoon. Accepted and reviewed applications from teachers for compensatory emoluments and applications for the federal lunch program. Managed afterschool activities, school programs, athletic events, and other activities. Acted as principal first and third quarter.
JANE SMITH, Ed. D
Prince George's County School District (CONTINUED)
RESIDENT TEACHER PROGRAM SCREENER
Provided professional development to 2nd career professional aspiring to become teachers. Assessed and screened teachers to determine if qualified and assigned mentor teachers.
1975 - 1991
Instructed 9th - 12th grade students for the subjects of Science and Home Economics.
College of Southern Maryland
Aug 1993 - May 1997
Instructed Child Health, Safety, and Nutrition to students in the field of Childcare or Education.
Maximized funding success through preparation and submission of grant proposals for various organizations.
- Grant Writer: Submitted proposal to The University of North Carolina - General Administration: E-Learning and Online Initiatives for $60,000.00 (Funded) May 30, 2009.
- Grant Reviewer/ Scorer: National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Department of Commerce: read, reviewed, and scored grants for the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, October 2007 & 2008.
- National Conference, US Department of Education Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools, The Power of AB Change Gaylord, MD, August 3-5, 2009.
- Program Development Dr. Jacqueline Jordan Irvine, "Black-White Test Score Gap," North Carolina Central University, 2008.
- NC Model Teacher Education Consortium - Instructional Institute for Lateral Entry & Inexperienced Teachers, Chapel-Hill, NC, September 10-11, 2008.
- Kagan 22nd Annual Summer Academy; Cooperative Learning: Structures for Active Engagement, Orlando, FL; July 2008.
- Dr Na'im Akbar, "Black History and Black Psychology: Correcting the Mis-education of African American Children." August 19, 2008.
- Beginning and Advanced Grant Writing Workshop, North Carolina Central University, 2007.
- Chancellor Michelle Rhee, "Public Education Reform: The Case Study of Washington, D.C.," Duke University, 2008.
- Teacher Education Council of State College and Universities Conference, Seattle, WA, 2007.
- Teaching Excellence in American Civic History Conference, New Orleans, LA, 2007.
- Environment & Health: Making Connections Through Water Quality Investigations (North Carolina Dept. of Environment & Natural Resources), July 2007.
JANE SMITH Ed.D
Conference & Workshops CONTINUED
- Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Conference, Chicago, IL, 2006.
- NCATE Accreditation Readiness Workshop, North Carolina Central University, 2006.
- Program Development: Becoming Culturally Responsive Educators, North Carolina Central University, 2005.
- Principal's Executive Program - Leadership Conference for School Administrators, Prince George's County, Maryland, 2005.
- Annual High School That Works (HSTW) Staff Development Conference, Nashville, TN, July 9-12, 2003.
- Annual High School That Works (HSTW) Staff Development Conference, Hilton Head, SC, July 7-12, 2002.
- Regional III Leadership Conference, Prince George's County, Maryland, 2002.
- Superintendent's Roundtable, Prince George's County, Maryland, 2000.
- Member, School of Education Graduate School Council, North Carolina Central University, August 2007 - present.
- Member, School of Education, University-School Partnership Committee (USTEP), North Carolina Central University, August 2007 - present.
- Member, School of Education Professional Development Committee, North Carolina Central University, August 2008 - present.
- Member, Annual African-American Male Conference Committee, North Carolina Central University, August 2007 - present.
- Chairperson, School Planning Management Team (SPMT), Forestville Military Academy, Prince George's County, Maryland, 2001 - 2005.
- Member, Minority Achievement Executive Committee, Charles County Public Education, Charles County, Maryland, 2003 - 2005.
- Member, Region III Instructional Audit Team, Prince George's county, Maryland, 2001 - 2003.
- Coordinator, High School That Works (HSTW) and the Challenge Grant, Forestville Military Academy, Prince George's County, Maryland, 2001 - 2003.
- Chairperson, School Instructional Team, Forestville Military Academy, Prince George's County, Maryland, October 1998 - June 2005.
- Chairperson, Multidisciplinary Team (M.D.T.), Forestville Military Academy, Prince George's County, Maryland, October 1998 - June 2005.
- Member, School Improvement Team (SIT), Prince George's County, Maryland, 1992 - 2000.
JANE SMITH, Ed. D
Blackboard Training, North Carolina Central University, Spring 2006, Fall 2007, and Fall 2008.
Odyssey Ware Online Curriculum Training, September 2008.
iTunes Training, North Carolina Central University, Fall 2006.
President, Durham-Chapel Hill Chapter, National Hampton Alumni Association, Inc. (NHAA, Inc.), May 2008 - present.
Member, Durham Chapter, National Council of Negro Women, September 2008 - present.
Served, Judge for the North Carolina Engineering and Science Fair, March 2009.
Served, Packaging food for distribution, North Carolina Central University, 2008.
Mentor-Tutor, Healthy Start Academy, Durham, NC, Spring 2008 - present.
Member, School of Education Graduate Council, North Carolina Central University, August 2007 - present.
Member, School of Education, University-School Partnership committee (USTEP), North Carolina Central University, August 2007 - present.
Member, School of Education Professional Development Committee, North Carolina Central University, August 2008 - present.
Recognized as International Who's Who of Professionals, 2003. Persons are recognized for their excellence in their profession.
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society
References Available Upon Request