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QUALIFICATIONS SUMMARY
High performing Educator, Coach and Curriculum Specialist with a strong track record of measurable results. Strategic thinker
adept at creating and executing professional development processes and procedures enabling school personnel to be successful.
Action-oriented visionary committed to implementing positive change and innovative educational methodologies and instructional
strategies to meet demands of all students. Team player with outstanding communication and interpersonal skills that enable
collaboration and partnership. Comfortably utilize data to analyze student mastery and non mastery to prepare next steps
appropriately aligned with the Common Core Standards for individual students success . Prepared to grow into an
Administrative/Management position in the near future to enhance the academic progress of a greater number of students.
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS
Masters in Education Administration, Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona 2007
Bachelors of Arts in Sociology, Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey 1995
North Carolina Certification in General Education K-6 CURRENT
PROFESSIONAL CURRICULLUM POSITIONS
UNION COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, Monroe, North Carolina
Central Services / Walter Bickett Elementary School 2015-Present
Instructional Content Facilitator
• Work with Director of Elementary Education to:
o Organize and evaluate district-wide summative and formative data to identify trends and needs
o Plan, Develop, Present and Evaluate staff development based on sytematically determined needs for curriculum
days, school visits, model teacher training, orientation and training of teachers new to the profession and/or school
system including interim ad lateral entry teachers, curriculum days, school visits, model teacher training.
• Sytematically determine staff development needs in cooperation with principals, assistant principals, teachers, other
instructional support staff.
• Work with system and elementary school to improve the instructional programs that result in increased student achievement
by conducting continuous program evaluation.
• Support individual classroom teachers by modeling, observing, coaching and providing feedback to improve their
instructional practices
• Assist with the integration of content across the curriculum and assessment of reading, writing and technology in all content
areas.
• Develop and schedule standards-aligned district benchmark assessments in a digital format. Facilitate and assist teachers
with an analysis of the data to monitor student progress, drive reteaching and improve achievement.
• Work Collaboratively with other Instructional Content Facilitators and technology faciltators in planning, developing and
presenting professional development.
• Coach and Model classroom effective practices for Teachers
• PerformTesting Coordinator duties which consisted of preparing and training staff to follow a schoolwide testing program
condusive to the states legal regulations
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION POSITIONS
UNION COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, Monroe, North Carolina 2007-2015
Rock Rest Elementary
Grade Level Chairwoman
General Education Teacher
Science Facilitator (2012-2013)
Globalization Chairwoman (2009-2011)
Education Administration Intern (2007)
Hiring Committee Member (2009-2011)
Mentor (New/Student Teachers) (2008-2011)
TOMIKA M. BROWN 4956 Aldersbrook Dr ~ Monroe, NC 28110
(704)776-3410 ~iamtomikambrown@gmail.com
Benton Heights 2007
Interim Teacher
SOUTH PEIDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Monroe, North Carolina 2009-2011
Adjunct Mathematics Instructor
CHAROLOTET MECKLENBERG PUBLIC SCHOOLS, Charlotte, North Carolina 2006
Reid Park Elementary
General Education Teacher
EAST ORANGE PUBLIC SCHOOLS East Orange, New Jersey 2000-2006
Washington Elementary School
General Education Teacher (Math/Science)/Lead Math Teacher K-3
Grade Level Chairwoman
Math Coach
Girl’s Academy Faciltator
Mentor (New/Student Teachers)
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION EXPERIENCE
Teacher Professional Development
 Trained and developed teachers in the area of mathematics. Designed workshops to assist with instructional needs in the
classroom.
 Assessed teachers’ needs and created both departmental and individual professional development opportunities to meet those
needs.
 Coached and developed teachers to establish the foundations for successful classrooms: ambitious vision and goals, purposeful
long-term plans and unit plans, rigorous assessments, strong relationships, and positive classroom cultures.
 Served on Site Based Management Team; collaborate with team to make decisions to improve schoolwide performance, and
discuss school wide needs while developing a plan to meet all school goals.
 Trained teachers in analysis of standardized test score data and supported the creation of retaught plans to ensure that students
master standards taught.
 Provided and modeled effective instructional mathematical strategies, ongoing job embedded professional development and lead
discussions in scientifically based research during team planning sessions and/or staff meetings.
 Led teachers on globalization on the school level to increase global awareness for students using technology.
Data Analysis
 Used data systems to organize and analyze student achievement data; ensure the validity and reliability of student data by
attending to the rigor and alignment of assessments.
 Provided data to inform the development of the school’s strategic plan aligned with school, county and state goals.
 Utilized data to inform decision making, to develop and modify curriculum, and to develop targeted and differentiated instruction
through small group instruction.
 Met with administration and colleagues regularly to discuss data trends; problem solve with administration and colleagues to
prioritize the teacher actions that will most impact student performance.
 Analyzed student reading/math assessment data to determine needs for additional intervention; researched and selected
intervention program and continued to monitor student growth to evaluate the effectiveness of the program.
Instructional Leadership
 Collaborated with Curriculum team and Administration to establish goals and to make adequate yearly progress (AYP).
 Evaluated staff performance, provided feedback and support in developing long-range professional goals.
TOMIKA M. BROWN Page 2 of 3
 Facilitated Grade Level meetings to maximize student learning.
 Collaborated with leadership team to design master schedule.
 Provided and modeled effective instructional mathematic strategies, ongoing job embedded professional development and lead
discussions during team planning sessions and/or staff meetings.
Curriculum Development
 Designed classroom-based instruction and resources for elementary courses including instructor guides, participant manuals,
study guides, and PowerPoint presentations.
 Aligned social studies and science curriculum with reading and mathematics Commom Core Standards
 Developed and maintained database of students’ formative and summative results which were used to review and revise
instructional practices per classroom, grade-level, and schoolwide.
 Spearheaded and implemented comprehensive educational action plans that coincided with standards to increase Reading and
Math Scores
Instructional Strategies
 Developed individual student learning plans based upon analysis of state mandated assessments and benchmark exams.
 Integrated technology in curriculum through use of Interactive Boards, PODCAST, Moodle, and flip cameras.
 Developed and implemented inquiry based lesson plans and interdisciplinary projects to increase critical thinking and problem
solving skills.
 Developed course evaluation assessments.
 Oversaw adherence to state curriculum by facilitating instructor learning team meetings, e-learning posted in Moodle, and blended
courses and workshops.
 Differentiated Instruction: flexible grouping, varied assessments, and student-centered learning.
Test Management/Preparation
 Facilitated testing and other assessment processes in schools.
 Used diagnostic assessments and analysis of summative/formative,and PEOG/EOG scores to develop individual test preparatory
plans for students.
Community/Parent Partnerships
 Maximized student growth by communicating regularly with multiple stake-holders, including parents, administration, and
colleagues.
 Conducted and facilitated Title I meetings with colleagues and parents/members of the community.
Hiring Committee Member
 Contributed interview questions to the interview process
 Assisted in the interviewing process for new general education teachers
Mentor
 Supervised student teachers
 Modeled and conducted demonstration lessons
 Introduced and Oriented student teachers to role and classroom responsiblilties
 Used research based framework to guide teacher in reflecting on practice for the purpose of growth and development
 Communicated verbally and in writing pertaining to the mentors progress
TOMIKA M. BROWN Page 3 of 3
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tomika_brown_resume2016

  • 1. QUALIFICATIONS SUMMARY High performing Educator, Coach and Curriculum Specialist with a strong track record of measurable results. Strategic thinker adept at creating and executing professional development processes and procedures enabling school personnel to be successful. Action-oriented visionary committed to implementing positive change and innovative educational methodologies and instructional strategies to meet demands of all students. Team player with outstanding communication and interpersonal skills that enable collaboration and partnership. Comfortably utilize data to analyze student mastery and non mastery to prepare next steps appropriately aligned with the Common Core Standards for individual students success . Prepared to grow into an Administrative/Management position in the near future to enhance the academic progress of a greater number of students. EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS Masters in Education Administration, Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona 2007 Bachelors of Arts in Sociology, Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey 1995 North Carolina Certification in General Education K-6 CURRENT PROFESSIONAL CURRICULLUM POSITIONS UNION COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, Monroe, North Carolina Central Services / Walter Bickett Elementary School 2015-Present Instructional Content Facilitator • Work with Director of Elementary Education to: o Organize and evaluate district-wide summative and formative data to identify trends and needs o Plan, Develop, Present and Evaluate staff development based on sytematically determined needs for curriculum days, school visits, model teacher training, orientation and training of teachers new to the profession and/or school system including interim ad lateral entry teachers, curriculum days, school visits, model teacher training. • Sytematically determine staff development needs in cooperation with principals, assistant principals, teachers, other instructional support staff. • Work with system and elementary school to improve the instructional programs that result in increased student achievement by conducting continuous program evaluation. • Support individual classroom teachers by modeling, observing, coaching and providing feedback to improve their instructional practices • Assist with the integration of content across the curriculum and assessment of reading, writing and technology in all content areas. • Develop and schedule standards-aligned district benchmark assessments in a digital format. Facilitate and assist teachers with an analysis of the data to monitor student progress, drive reteaching and improve achievement. • Work Collaboratively with other Instructional Content Facilitators and technology faciltators in planning, developing and presenting professional development. • Coach and Model classroom effective practices for Teachers • PerformTesting Coordinator duties which consisted of preparing and training staff to follow a schoolwide testing program condusive to the states legal regulations PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION POSITIONS UNION COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, Monroe, North Carolina 2007-2015 Rock Rest Elementary Grade Level Chairwoman General Education Teacher Science Facilitator (2012-2013) Globalization Chairwoman (2009-2011) Education Administration Intern (2007) Hiring Committee Member (2009-2011) Mentor (New/Student Teachers) (2008-2011) TOMIKA M. BROWN 4956 Aldersbrook Dr ~ Monroe, NC 28110 (704)776-3410 ~iamtomikambrown@gmail.com
  • 2. Benton Heights 2007 Interim Teacher SOUTH PEIDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Monroe, North Carolina 2009-2011 Adjunct Mathematics Instructor CHAROLOTET MECKLENBERG PUBLIC SCHOOLS, Charlotte, North Carolina 2006 Reid Park Elementary General Education Teacher EAST ORANGE PUBLIC SCHOOLS East Orange, New Jersey 2000-2006 Washington Elementary School General Education Teacher (Math/Science)/Lead Math Teacher K-3 Grade Level Chairwoman Math Coach Girl’s Academy Faciltator Mentor (New/Student Teachers) PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION EXPERIENCE Teacher Professional Development  Trained and developed teachers in the area of mathematics. Designed workshops to assist with instructional needs in the classroom.  Assessed teachers’ needs and created both departmental and individual professional development opportunities to meet those needs.  Coached and developed teachers to establish the foundations for successful classrooms: ambitious vision and goals, purposeful long-term plans and unit plans, rigorous assessments, strong relationships, and positive classroom cultures.  Served on Site Based Management Team; collaborate with team to make decisions to improve schoolwide performance, and discuss school wide needs while developing a plan to meet all school goals.  Trained teachers in analysis of standardized test score data and supported the creation of retaught plans to ensure that students master standards taught.  Provided and modeled effective instructional mathematical strategies, ongoing job embedded professional development and lead discussions in scientifically based research during team planning sessions and/or staff meetings.  Led teachers on globalization on the school level to increase global awareness for students using technology. Data Analysis  Used data systems to organize and analyze student achievement data; ensure the validity and reliability of student data by attending to the rigor and alignment of assessments.  Provided data to inform the development of the school’s strategic plan aligned with school, county and state goals.  Utilized data to inform decision making, to develop and modify curriculum, and to develop targeted and differentiated instruction through small group instruction.  Met with administration and colleagues regularly to discuss data trends; problem solve with administration and colleagues to prioritize the teacher actions that will most impact student performance.  Analyzed student reading/math assessment data to determine needs for additional intervention; researched and selected intervention program and continued to monitor student growth to evaluate the effectiveness of the program. Instructional Leadership  Collaborated with Curriculum team and Administration to establish goals and to make adequate yearly progress (AYP).  Evaluated staff performance, provided feedback and support in developing long-range professional goals. TOMIKA M. BROWN Page 2 of 3
  • 3.  Facilitated Grade Level meetings to maximize student learning.  Collaborated with leadership team to design master schedule.  Provided and modeled effective instructional mathematic strategies, ongoing job embedded professional development and lead discussions during team planning sessions and/or staff meetings. Curriculum Development  Designed classroom-based instruction and resources for elementary courses including instructor guides, participant manuals, study guides, and PowerPoint presentations.  Aligned social studies and science curriculum with reading and mathematics Commom Core Standards  Developed and maintained database of students’ formative and summative results which were used to review and revise instructional practices per classroom, grade-level, and schoolwide.  Spearheaded and implemented comprehensive educational action plans that coincided with standards to increase Reading and Math Scores Instructional Strategies  Developed individual student learning plans based upon analysis of state mandated assessments and benchmark exams.  Integrated technology in curriculum through use of Interactive Boards, PODCAST, Moodle, and flip cameras.  Developed and implemented inquiry based lesson plans and interdisciplinary projects to increase critical thinking and problem solving skills.  Developed course evaluation assessments.  Oversaw adherence to state curriculum by facilitating instructor learning team meetings, e-learning posted in Moodle, and blended courses and workshops.  Differentiated Instruction: flexible grouping, varied assessments, and student-centered learning. Test Management/Preparation  Facilitated testing and other assessment processes in schools.  Used diagnostic assessments and analysis of summative/formative,and PEOG/EOG scores to develop individual test preparatory plans for students. Community/Parent Partnerships  Maximized student growth by communicating regularly with multiple stake-holders, including parents, administration, and colleagues.  Conducted and facilitated Title I meetings with colleagues and parents/members of the community. Hiring Committee Member  Contributed interview questions to the interview process  Assisted in the interviewing process for new general education teachers Mentor  Supervised student teachers  Modeled and conducted demonstration lessons  Introduced and Oriented student teachers to role and classroom responsiblilties  Used research based framework to guide teacher in reflecting on practice for the purpose of growth and development  Communicated verbally and in writing pertaining to the mentors progress TOMIKA M. BROWN Page 3 of 3