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Resume 2015.1


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Resume 2015.1

  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE Rima K. Binder, Ph.D. 2709 Roslyn Trail Long Beach, IN 46360 (219) 878-8128 CURRENT POSITION: Educational Consultant, Amber Consulting Adjunct Professor-Retired, Northeastern Illinois University EDUCATION POST GRADUATE Doctorate -Columbus University, 1-25-03 Leadership Training, Fresno Pacific College, AIMS Foundation Administration and Curriculum Certificate of Advanced Studies, Northern Illinois University Gifted Education Institute Trainer of Trainers I.D.E.A School Improvement Facilitator Training GRADUATE 1978 Master in Education, Reading Northern Illinois University UNDERGRADUATE 1961 Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education University of Illinois, Champaign EXPERIENCE: 2000-2015 Adjunct Faculty Northeastern Illinois University, 2005-2014 Northwest Evaluation Association MAP Professional Development Facilitator 2009-Present- Gifted Education Seminar Certified Facilitator/Trainer 2010-Present ISBE Facilitator/Trainer, Author Curriculum Model Module 1991-Present-Consultant with Borenson and Associates 1996-2003 Director of Curriculum and Instruction and Gifted Program Coordinator, Barrington Community Unit School District 220 (Retired, June 2003) 1994-1996 Gifted Program Coordinator, Science Program Coordinator K-12, CUSD 220 1993-1996 Adjunct Faculty-National Louis University 1991-1994 Assistant Principal, Lines School 1983-1994 Gifted Resource Teacher K-6 Sunny Hill, Lines Schools, CUD 220 1982-1983 Assistant to the Principal-North Barrington School, CUD 220
  2. 2. 1972-1983 Grade 4, 4/5, 5 Teacher North Barrington School, CUSD 220 1963-1964 Grade 4 Barrington District 4 1961-1963 Grade 1 Flossmoor Public Schools CERTIFICATES: K-9 Elementary TYPE 75, Administrative Gifted Endorsement ASSOCIATIONS: Past President, Illinois Association for Gifted Children (IAGC) ASCD, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development NSDC, National Staff Development Council IAGC, Illinois Association for Gifted Children NAGC, National Association for Gifted Children HONORS: Who’s Who in American Education, 1988, 1990, 1991 Past President IAGC Illinois Association for Gifted Children 2001-2003 Distinguished Service Award, IAGC Teacher Finalist, Mathematics Teacher of the Year, State of Illinois CONSULTANT: 2015 Child Advocate-Academic Acceleration support Curriculum Mapping and Differentiation 2005, June Homer Glenn CC District 33C, Lockport, IL. workshop, “Differentiated Instruction, What Is It and How Do We Do It? 2004, January-March Skokie School District 68, Skokie, IL. Curriculum Mapping- Middle School Mathematics 2003-2004, December-January Antioch School District, Antioch, IL Mapping -Primary Reading 2003, August Oak Grove School District, Oak Grove, IL Curriculum Mapping -K-8 Reading 2003-2004 Huntley School District 158, Huntley, IL K-12 Curriculum Mapping-All content areas. 2003-2004 Curriculum Mapping Consultant-Curriculum Designer, Inc. and TechPaths International PRESENTATIONS: 2015 IAGC Presenter: The Magic of 2E, Algebra for the Young Child
  3. 3. 2014, April, 29: Keynote Speaker, Michigan Association for the Gifted: Making a Difference: Happy Teachers Will Change the World 2014-Presenter IAGC state convention: The Stanford Binet V: Implications for Identification with Dr. Kathryn Black 2014-Consultant for P.R.I.D.E.-Parent Association, Plainfield SD 202-Parenting and Counseling the Gifted Series 2013, 2015-IAGC Administrator Academy Presenter 2013-2014-Numerous consultations CPS, suburban school districts of Chicago. 2005, June Keynote Presenter Northwestern University Center for Talent Development, “Working With Your Schools” Numerous presentations at state conferences for the Illinois Council for the Gifted and Talented (IAGC). 2004 “Parallel Curriculum Model for Curriculum Development” National Council for Gifted and Talented (NAGC) National Convention paper presented, “Gifted Program Evaluation”, “A Comprehensive Gifted Program”, “Females and Mathematics, Early Identification and Self-Perception”. Highland, IN “Mathematics and Science Instruction to Meet Standards” “Algebra is Child’s Play” Hands On Equations System Trainer for Borenson and Associates, nationwide past 15 years AIMS Consultant presentations for Lake County Illinois Regional Office of Education, Highland, Indiana Regional Office of Education National AIMS workshops, Science and Mathematics Workshops and Seminars National Council for Gifted Children paper presented “Thematic Language Arts Curriculum” Numerous presentations at Illinois Reading Council, Great Lakes Regional Conference of IRA National Louis University -Guest Lecturer Binder, R., & Black, K. N. (February, 2004) The Stanford Binet V, Implications for Identification. Paper presented at the Illinois Association for Gifted Children, Chicago, IL. Binder, R., & Black, K.N. (February, 2005) The Stanford Binet V, Lessons Learned. Paper presented at the Illinois Association for Gifted Children, Chicago, IL. PUBLICATIONS: World Wise Schools, United States Peace Corps, Destination Lithuania, Geography Text
  4. 4. Good Apple Publication, Lollipops Magazine, Curriculum Unit Primary Students Good Apple Magazine, Curriculum Unit Intermediate Students We Exist, Journal of Writing REFERENCES: Upon Request