Brown University (Political Science)
Pace University (MEd)
College of St. Rose (Other)
Sean-Thomas was formerly the associate head of school at a progressive high school in Brooklyn, assisting in building school culture, aligning curriculum to college readiness standards, and overseeing the college and career process for all scholars. During Sean's time with the New York City Department of Education, Sean has served as a member of Children's First Network 203 where he oversaw academic policy, instructional technology, school accountability, and data for a portfolio of 34 elementary, middle and high schools. It is Sean's firm belief that as educators, we must first see ourselves as youth developers and set high expectations for all scholars. Having served as a classroom teacher, dean, partnership coordinator the notion that every child rises to high expectations is brought into every aspect of his career. Sean looks forward to bringing his classroom and out of classroom experiences into this new role. More notably, Sean served on the planning teams for various New York City schools; East New York Middle School of Excellence, Cambria Heights Academy, and various charter schools. Sean holds a bachelors of science in political science and criminology, a masters in childhood education, and a certificate of graduate studies in school leadership and supervision. Sean is currently an Advance Teacher Development Specialist with the New York City Department of Education
Taught humanities (English and Social Studies/History) on both the middle and high school level over the past decade.
Trained in Wilson Reading, Running Records, and developing propose driven learning outcomes.
Sean-Thomas was formerly the associate head of school at a progressive high school in Brooklyn, assisting in building school culture, aligning curriculum to college readiness standards, and overseeing the college and career process for all scholars. During Sean's time with the New York City Department of Education, Sean has served as a member of
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Throughout my time working in secondary schools, I served as the college advisor, director of college and career initiatives and assistant principal in charge of guidance and school wellness. In these roles, I assisted students with applying to college, model and assisted in the college essay writing process, and conducted mock college interviews with high school scholars.
Over my time as an educator, I have served as an academic advisor for small groups of 10-15 students. During our meetings, we would utilize AVID methods to take notes, organize learning, and self-assess students individual learning styles.