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Emma Ortiz_Curriculum Vitae 7_2_5_PR (2)

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  1. 1. Curriculum Vitae Dra. Emma L. Ortiz Rivera Ext. Alta Vista Calle 11 XX-8 Ponce, PR 00716-4306 Cellular Phone: 787-901-5894 Email: eortiz56@yahoo.com Academic Preparation Doctoral Degree in Curriculum and Teaching Completed Dissertation on March 4, 2014. Graduation day: June 13, 2014 Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Ponce, P.R. 00732 Completed all requirements to obtain the Biology Teacher Certification According to the Department of Education of Puerto Rico Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Ponce, P.R. 00732 May 2000 Master Degree in Education Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Ponce, P.R. 00732 Major: Curriculum and Teaching in Biology Graduated: May 1996 Bachelor Degree in Science Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Ponce, P.R. 00732 Major: Biology Graduated: May, 1988
  2. 2. Experience Profile February 2013- to present: Curriculum and Assessment Manager, National University College (NUC- Online), Cupey, P.R., Responsible for producing an outline of work and assessment which complies with: Middle State accreditation standards, National University College Syllabus and course requirements and the overall policies, methodologies and assessment systems as defined by the Academic Affairs Department. Responsible of securing and monitoring the implementation of directions and work by curriculum staff and faculty. In charge of Curriculum Course Convertion Project-From Blackboard to Canvas. Responsible of the assignment to the curriculum staff for the review of new and created courses that will be developed in the Canvas platform. Also responsible of the appraisal process and performance of curriculum staff. In charge of negotiation of targets as well as supervise and support the work of curriculum staff. Responsible of the development of documentation for the approval of new courses and with the approval process of new courses with the CEPR. Member of the NUC-Online Division Accreditation Committee for the accreditation of the Education Master Degree Program in TEAC/CAEP. Responsible of the elaboration of the Internal Audit Report that was submitted to the CAEP Accreditation Committee. Member of the General Education Institutional Assessment work group. In charge of the on-going Curricular review of courses in Canvas. August 2015-to September 2015: Peer Reviewer, i3 Development Grants, department of Education. Participate in all scheduled panel calls from Monday, August 31, 2015- Monday, September 21, 2015. Responsible for the upload comments and scores for each assigned application into the Department of Education (ED) G5 system. Work with the ED Panel Monitor to finalize all comments and scores in G5 by Monday, September 21, 2015. May 2015 -to present: Part-time Faculty, National University College Online Division. Offered Courses in the Master Degree in Education Educational Leadership Program (MDEEL) at this moment I’m teaching education courses to the master degree program to the future leaders/directors. (Courses: EDUC 5110, 5230, 5240) October 2012- December 2012: Educational consultant, Learning Alliances, In charge of assists teachers in the SIOP model promoted by the agency, give assistance using the new curricular mapping, cooperative learning, PBL, curricular aligning among others. Serve as a liaison between the agency and the School administrative to help reinforce of the different techniques and strategies develop by the agency. November 2011-February 2012: South Area Supervisor, Casa Grande Interactive; In charge of supervise 22 Educative Consultants for the south area Schools participating in the Intensive Treatment Program. Develop conferences and trainings to 300 teachers from the schools participating In charge of the communication between the consultants and the administrative and corporates of Casa Grande. Serve as liaison between the municipal administration and the schools in collaboration of the educational consultants.
  3. 3. Coordinate the annual Conference in the Hilton Hotel for the South area teachers participating in the program. August 2011- May 2015: Professor, Universidad del Turabo, Gurabo P.R., Offered Courses in the Education School, at this moment I’m teaching education courses to the Para Professional for New York teachers through Distance Education Polycom/Internet System. December 2009-September 2011: UT Gear-Up Project Director, Coordinate and supervise the interview process for hiring and guarantee that all personnel fully meet the requirements and effectively carry out the projects goals within Turabo University development scheme. Inform Gear-Up staff and other personnel about the organization and objectives of the project and its relationship to the institution’s CDP. Approve all Project expenses through the Banner System Program. Assure that project operations are in compliance with institution’s mission and goals and with grant terms and conditions. Assure effective communication with supporting federal and institution’s offices. Serve as chief liaison between program leadership and the institution, and between the institution and the USDE, among others. June 2010-July 2011: UT Grant Writer, Responsible of the Outline of the grant following the outline of the RFP/guidelines, Brainstorm and list potential collaborations, Contact potential collaborators to participate in project-design meetings, Develop a calendar of draft submissions and reviews with anyone who has agreed to review the proposal, Develop a list of outstanding documents, Establish who or where these documents will come from according to the RFP guidelines, Write letters of support, send them to signers, and set a deadline for return of signed originals, Set up a file folder with separate sections for narrative drafts, forms, original letters and attachments, RFP/guidelines, and background materials, Make a list of data required and potential sources for data. Include phone numbers and contact names in case you can assign this job to a grant-seeking team member, Submit the proposal in a timely fashion to its electronic submission. 2005 – 2009: UT Project Title V (Retention) Director, Coordinate and supervise the interview process for hiring and guaranteeing that all personal fully meet the requirements and effectively carry out the projects goals within CUC’s development scheme. Inform Title V staff and other college personnel about the organization and objectives of the program and its relationship to the institution’s CDP. Approve all Project expenses. Insure that grant operations are in compliance with CUC mission and goals and with grant terms and conditions. Assure effective communication with supporting offices. Serve as chief liaison between program leadership and the institution, and between the institution and the USDE, among others. 2005 – 2006: Coordinator, and Curriculum Designer in the ACMT Program (Alianza de Ciencias, Matemática y Tecnología) in Universidad del Turabo. Gurabo P.R. In charged of the coordination between the program and the School of Education in
  4. 4. Universidad del Turabo, also design the curriculum program for the program workshops. Follow up the progress of the proposal in the area of curriculum implementation in Caguas, Humacao and Fajardo district. Provide assistance to the professors and mentors of the program. 2005 – 2012: Collaborator, Educación Continua, Universidad del Turabo Gurabo, Puerto Rico. Present workshops in the area of technology and curriculum to private and public system school teachers. 2005 – 2012: Collaborator, Education School, Universidad del Turabo Gurabo, Puerto Rico. Present the PCMAS review for the area of science to students that will take the test. 2004 – 2005: Administrative Coordinator in the Extended Hours Program 21st Century Community Learning Centers from the DEP, Education School, Universidad del Turabo. Gurabo P.R. In charged of the evaluation and follow up the progress of the proposal in four schools in the Caguas district, evaluate classes and professors, provide assistance to the professors. Supervise the program implementation and evaluate teachers’ performance. 2004 – to 2005: Academic Coordinator STEP Program, Engineer School, Universidad del Turabo, Gurabo P.R. In charged of the design and coordination of the program, evaluation and selection of students for the current sessions, design and develop methods for evaluate the progress of the student and the professors, maintain students files in order, evaluate classes and professors, provide assistance to the professors Supervise the teaching process. 2003- 2014: Professor, Universidad del Turabo, Gurabo P.R. , Offered Courses in the Education Department, EDU 106 Introduction to Education, EDU 334 Science Teaching and Methodology in Secundary, EDU 449 Teaching Practice, EDU 436 Seminar, EDU 500 Learning Theories, EDU 504 Leadership,C ommunication, and Group Work, EDU 593 Science Teaching In K-3, EDU 594 Math Teaching in K-3, EDU 501 Curriculum Principles and Development, EDU 502 Classroom Management and school as a learning Community, EDU 591 Teaching Strategies, EDU 593 Teaching Science in K-3, EDU 594 Teaching Math in K-3 2003 – 2005 Collaborator, Ediciones Santillanas, Inc. Centro de Distribución Amelia Buchanan, Guaynabo, P.R Design and present workshops in the area of science and curriculum. Offered Workshop: “Integration of science and technology in the classroom”, for private school teachers. 2000-2003: Science Teacher, Caribbean School, Ponce P.R. Work as a coordinator of the 6th grade Space Camp Field Trip to United States.
  5. 5. Coordinator of the Science Department in the Elementary School.Member of the Committee of Change, that works to generate new ideas for the benefit of the students and staff. Offered Science Courses for the Elementary and Intermediate School, grades include 5th , 6th , and 7th . Science Interactions 5th Grade, Science Interactions 6th Grade, Science Explorer 7th Grade 1999-2000: Science Teacher, Liceo Ponceño, Ponce P.R., Offered Science Courses for the 8th , 9th , and 10th grades with their labs., Physical Science 8th Grade, Earth Science 9th Grade, Research Science 10th Grade, Help students with their selection and design of themes for investigations, to expose in the Scientific Fair. Judge in the Scientific Fair celebrated in the School, year 2000. 1998-1999: Biology Professor, Interamerican University of P.R. Offered Courses of General Biology with laboratory class and courses of The human being in their physical environment, with laboratory class. Offered one course of Research Methodology. Courses taught for the Biology Department: BIOL 1101- Modern Biology I, BIOL 1103- Modern Biology Lab., BIOL 4953- Research Methodology, Course taught for the Education Department, GEST 3030- Human Being in Their Physical Environment. Work as Associate Professor with Annie León in the Environmental Impact Declaration in Guayabal Sector, Juana Diaz. 1996-1997: Educational Facilitator, Tomás Reyes & Associates, Work as a coordinator of the Social Change Program. Work as a facilitator, in Charge of a group of teenagers in the Correctional Facility for Women in Ponce. Give and coordinate seminars, teaching, counseling, work experience and supervision as a help for the girls to acquire the skills needed for their reintegration into the community when they finish their sentence. 1990-1992: Science Teacher, Centro San Francisco Private School, Offered Science and Math courses for five groups in high school level. Grades include 7th , 11th , and 12th ,Chemistry 11th grade, Physics 12th grade, Calculus 12th grade, Math 7th grade Accomplishments 2013-2015 Offered workshops at National University College Online Division: Course Planner elaboration, Syllabus Elaboration, MSCHE Standards Requirements, CAEP Standards Requirements for Accreditation. 2012 Offered workshops to teachers about the SIOP model promoted by Learning Alliances: Curricular mapping, cooperative learning, PBL, curricular aligning among others. 2011-2012 Offered workshop for Casa Grande annual Teachers Convention in Ponce Hilton
  6. 6. 2006 Presentor at the SUAGM Annual Congress 2005 Judge in the Scientific Fair celebrated in the José López Castro School in Juncos. 2003 Prepared and offered workshops in the area of Curriculum and Technology at the Extended Hours Program 21st Century Community Learning Centers from the DEP, Universidad del Turabo. Prepared and offered workshops in the area of Curriculum and Evaluation at the Catholic University of Puerto Rico. Work as a Collaborator in the elaboration of a proposal for the Department of Education in science, engineering and education alliance in Universidad El Turabo. 2002 Coordinator of the Science Department, Elementary School, Caribbean School. Work as a Caribbean School Elementary School Science Club Coordinator. Work as a Coordinator of the Space Camp field trip to Alabama and Florida in the Caribbean School. Member of the Committee of Change, that works to generate new ideas for the benefit of the students and staff. 2000 Judge in the Scientific Fair celebrated in the Liceo Ponceño School. 1997 Seminar Facilitator and Coordinator for Tomás Reyes & Assoc. Professional Activities 2015 Workshop: CAEP Conference 2015 Workshop: ABHES Accreditation Meeting 2015 Workshops: CAEP IB Pathway 2015 Workshops: MSCHE Town hall Meeting 2014 Workshops: MSCHE Annual Conference 2014 Workshops: CAEP IB Pathway 2005-2011 Workshops: Project and Budget Management, Federal regulations and compliance Banner Financial Program Management 2003 Workshop: Assessment Caribbean School- Ponce PR Facilitator: Julissa Vega Workshop: Evaluación, Medición y Avalúo Caribbean School- Ponce PR Facilitator: Julissa Vega Workshop: Estándares Profesionales
  7. 7. PUCPR-Ponce PR Facilitator: Prof. Lucía Vega Workshop: Métodos de Análisis de Datos PUCPR-Ponce PR Facilitator: Prof. Gaspar Torres Rivera Workshop: Modelos de Evaluación PUCPR-Ponce PR Facilitator: Prof. Carmen S. Collazo 2001 Workshop: Liderazgo en el Siglo XXI PUCPR-Ponce PR Facilitator: Prof. Jorge Yarce 2000 Workshop: Salud Emocional Clave para el Éxito Profesional PUCPR-Ponce PR Facilitator: Prof. Carlos E. Maldonado Professional Affiliations Member of: NSTA- National Science and Teachers Associations Member of: ASCD- Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Member of ASMPR- Asociación de Maestros de Puerto Rico Member of NCURA- Nacional Council of Research Administrators Member of AAGP- Association of Administrators and Grant Professionals Member of FAMEP-Asociación de Facturación médica de Puerto Rico Professional Skills Work with various programs: Microsoft Office Word, Power Point, Excel, Outlook Blackboard Canvas Campus Vue Banner References are available upon request

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