SUNY-Buffalo (M.Ed.) (Master's)
As a strong proponent of technology in the classroom, In 2002 at the Buffalo Public Schools Adult Division, computers became available on a daily basis to each of my students allowing me to teach using the vast interactive resources of the Internet and students to practice and learn, at their own pace, in the nurturing atmosphere of individually teacher prescribed sites at appropriate times. I honed this practice from 2002 to 2012 culminating in the highest student success rates in English as a Second language in the department of ESL.
1. Innate ability to nurture and implement educational growth and development
2.Using blended delivery techniques such as platform, online, distance and asynchronous eLearning
3.Design presentation and practice to meet the needs of learners learning styles and approaches.
4.Complement instructional plans with contemporary authentic material.
5.Command of classroom technology: Smart Board/Symposium, audio/video/DVD components, computer, Microsoft Office, Power Point, myriad Internet student/teacher resources, and social media.
6.Providing constructive feedback on student progress to ensure all learning assessments correlate with or directly support unit/topic/course objectives and deliver content in English as required.
7.Excellent ability to listen and communicate well with people in professional service situations, teaming
8.Mentoring/assessing numerous University of Buffalo TESOL practicing teachers
9.Superior skills of organization, writing, integrating new technology, Constructivism learning theory
10.Using resource Organizations: TESOL International Association, Association of American University Women
11.Twelve successful years coaching, mentoring, assessing, encouraging students of English as a Second Language (1998-2012) in a classroom setting.
12.My home office is equipped with state of the art technology for online or onsite presentation.
13.My experience covers all levels of ESL 1 beginner-4 TABE ready
As a strong proponent of technology in the classroom, In 2002 at the Buffalo Public Schools Adult Division, computers became available on a daily basis to each of my students allowing me to teach using the vast interactive resources of the Internet and students to practice and learn, at their own pace, in the nurturing atmosphere of
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