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Anderson Resume

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Anderson Resume

  1. 1. Deborah Anderson, MM, CAS Phone: 405.204.1648  E-mail: ray-deb@att.net INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP PROFILE  Specialize in Curriculum and Instruction, school-wide communications, school-family outreach.  Monitored and trained district-wide Education Technology. Managed faculty, student, and staff programs.  Implemented data-driven activities. Designed materials, schedules, and activities to meet school needs and learning initiatives.  Maintain personal training to implement education research trends. EDUCATION B.S. Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, NY Bachelor of Science in Music Education – magna cum laude 1980 M.M. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY Master of Music, Voice Performance & Literature—Eastman School of Music 1992 C.A.S. State University of NY, College at Brockport, NY Post Master’s Degree-Certificate of Advanced Studies in Education Administration 1996 University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK Graduate 12 Credit Hours—Teaching English as a Second Language - 2005 Concordia University Online—Portland, OR Graduate: 6 Credit Hours—Educational Leadership - 2012 CERTIFICATIONS  Superintendent • Spanish • ESL WIDA Testing—Scoring (OKSDE)  Secondary Principal • Vocal Music  Elementary Principal • Instrumental Music TEACHING EMPLOYMENT SPANISH TEACHER, DEPT. CHAIR WESTERN HEIGHTS ISD, OKC- Ninth Grade Center, High School 2013-present SPANISH, FRENCH, MULTICULTURAL CLUB CO-SPONSOR, Grades 9-12. Enrollment: 700  Teach Spanish I, II, III, IV to English/Native speakers, grades 9-12, in single and multiple level settings.  Spanish-English Translator, verbal and written. Substitute for ESL classes.  Serve on School Safety Committee. INSTRUCTIONAL COACH, ESL LIAISON MILLWOOD SCHOOLS, OKC- PK-8 SCHOOL, MIDDLE SCHOOL, ARTS ACADEMY 2011-2013 ACTING PRINCIPAL 9-12, Grades PK-9, Enrollment: 909-1200.  Met regularly with Superintendent and PK-9 staff on instruction, evaluation, data, ESL.  Administered district educational and diagnostic software; SES tutoring liaison; motivated student performance.  Served on School Improvement Committee, and AdvancEd Accreditation steering committee. SPANISH TEACHER , CLUB CO-SPONSOR , Grades 9-12. Enrollment: 2000. PUTNAM CITY, OKC- PUTNAM CITY HIGH SCHOOL 2008-2011  Taught Spanish I-II, participated in curriculum mapping, departmental PLC’s, parent outreach.  Spanish-English Translator, verbal and written for conferences, public meetings, disciplinary hearings.  Helped Junior Class create resumes featuring courses and marketable skills. ESL TEACHER Grades PK-5. Program enrollment 200. PUTNAM CITY, OKC- TULAKES/WINDSOR HILLS ELEMENTARY 2004-2008 K-12 TRAINER FOR ESL MATH & LITERACY, DISTRICT TRANSLATOR  Successfully taught English speaking, reading, writing to ESL students. Led staff development for teaching ELLs.  Co-wrote ESL reading grant for $3,000. Conducted parent outreach; enlisted corporate donors.  Provided and prepared successful OKSDE audit of ESL records. LESSON EDITOR, HIGH SCH ENGLISH TCHR – Taught with NY & PR certifications. SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO 2002-2004  2003-2004: WBMJ San Juan - Lesson Editor for the Caribbean; some on-air experience, recording.  2002-2003: Fowlers Academy, Guaynabo - Alternative School Teacher, Graduation Committee (Music).  2002: Academia Roessler, Cupey – Private School Teacher.
  2. 2. Deborah Anderson, MM, CAS Phone: 405.204.1648  E-mail: ray-deb@att.net ADMINISTRATIVE EMPLOYMENT MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL, SPECIAL ADMINISTRATOR/ASST. TO THE DIRECTOR WESLEYAN ACADEMY, GUAYNABO, PR 1998-2001 ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL BOARD SECRETARY – Private English K-12 Academy—Enrollment 600. Served on seven-member administrative team.  Coordinated instruction, scheduling, mentoring, professional development; evaluated staff.  Planned two years of wilderness education for 7th Grade.  Updated the policy manual.  Provided clubs for all elementary with creative scheduling. Collaborated a theme-based Kinder graduation.  Served on Middle States Accreditation steering, coordinating reports, performances, and the committee’s technology room. ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN, VOCAL MUSIC TEACHER ROCHESTER CITY SCHOOLS, NY- Frederick Douglass Middle School 1986-1996 MULTICULTURAL CHAIR – Grades 6-9, Enrollment: 1200.  Interned with administrators in four schools within in a school, known as houses.  Worked with director of special education and pupil personnel team, interacting with psychologists, therapists, specialists.  At principal’s direction, created focus groups for organizational change; developed staff mentoring.  Served on Committees: Crisis Intervention, Human Resources Excellence to interview candidates for school employment. ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN STATE UNIV NY, BROCKPORT - University Research School for Migrant Education, Summer 1992 ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL –Grades K-12, Enrollment: 100.  Administrator/Intern at school monitoring academic gains for special population. Returned to help after the internship  Led staff development. Evaluated distinguished certificated staff.  Handled translations to Spanish and communications with parents.  Specially trained for and monitored USDA feeding program at two sites.  Created curriculum and trained high school JTPA workers in career norms. AWARDS  Wrote Five-Thousand Dollar Scholarship Essay on “What I Learned from My Students,” documenting the 8th Grade Writing Achievement at Millwood. Concordia 2012  Received “To Principal from Middle School Faculty,” and, “To Principal from The Sixth Grade.” Wesleyan Academy 2005  As Multicultural Chair, received Multicultural Award, Two Peace Awards. Frederick Douglass Middle School 1994-1996  Granted Alpha Kappa Sigma Induction for Academic Achievement. Roberts Wesleyan College 1980 PRESENTATIONS  Parent University on Study Skills and Achievement, Two Years, multiple sessions. Millwood 2011-2013  Board of Education, Faculty on OKTLE. Millwood 2011-2013  New Teacher Trainer: Classroom Management, Best Practices; District Trainer for Common Core. Millwood 2011-2013  District Coach for Reading Strategies; Lessons, Strategies, Modification for IEPs, ESL, Gifted. Millwood 2011-2013  Professional Time Management. Western Heights District Professional Development 2015, Putnam City PLC 2012  District K-12 Trainer for ESL Math & Literacy Strategies. Putnam City 2005-2006  Designer, Coordinator for Focus Groups for Organizational Change. Rochester 1994  Coordinator: Mentoring for Certificated/Support Staff. Rochester 1994, Wesleyan Academy 1998-2001 TRAINING (PARTIAL LIST)  Advanced Integration Technology (Putnam City) • Ongoing Class Technology-iPad use (Western Heights)  Dr. Krashen-Language Acquisition, Learning Theory (UCO) • Current ESL/ Migrant issues (OKSDE)  School Improvement, Wyse Tool • Dr. Larry Bell-Motivation (OKSDE) • Common Core, Reac3h (OKSDE)  Literacy First (PC) • Time to Teach-Behavior Modification (Millwood) • Dr. Mendler- Class Management (Rochester)  Dr. Holzer- students who are ill/on IEPs (Independent) • Harvard Writing Portfolios for Students (Rochester)

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