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This lesson on rhyme schemes corresponds with the book, Baby Bunny Blackjack and the Fruit of the Spirit, By Lisa R. White Book description; In the span of one day, Kaylee with the help of her pet bunny, Baby Bunny Blackjack, embarks on a mission
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This lesson on figure of speech corresponds with the book, Baby Bunny Blackjack and the Fruit of the Spirit, By Lisa R. White
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This lesson on alliterations corresponds with the book, Baby Bunny Blackjack and the Fruit of the Spirit, By Lisa R. White
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Published Author (October 2017- present) Title: Baby Bunny Blackjack and the Fruit of the Spirit Lighthouse Christian Publishing Type: Children's Book ISBN/ASIN: 978-1978010161 Full Time Faculty (July 2013- present) College of Humanities- University of Phoenix • HUM 115- Critical Thinking in Everyday Life- is a critical thinking skills course focusing on developing the necessary tools and skills to analyze problems, make decisions, and formulate well-supported points of view on key academic, social, and professional issues. • GEN 127, GEN 201- is an academic course focusing on the essential information, skills, tools, and techniques necessary for academic success and personal effectiveness at University of Phoenix. The course develops and applies academic standards, practical knowledge, and study skills immediately relevant to first-year university students. • UNIV/100- This 3-week orientation workshop helps students be successful in college. Students practice using the Online Learning System (OLS), learn techniques to be successful in college, begin career planning, and identify useful university services and resources. • US/101- The essential information, skills, tools, and techniques necessary for academic success and personal effectiveness at University of Phoenix are introduced in this course. The course develops and applies practical knowledge and skills immediately relevant to first-year university students. Course topics include goal setting and working with personal motivation, understanding and using university resources, developing efficient study habits, making the most of personal learning styles, and how best to manage time and reduce personal stress levels. Faculty (January 2012- July 2013) College of Education-University of Phoenix • EDU 301- Foundations of Education- curriculum includes; professionalism, history of education, governance, philosophies of education, issues and trends in education and technology in education • EED 495- Elementary Student Teaching Seminar- curriculum includes; instructional decision making, analysis of learning results, reflection and self-evaluation, seeking a teaching position, managing the first year teaching, and program reflection Faculty Supervisor (January 2012- present) University of Phoenix • Conduct site visits and complete formal evaluations • Monitor student teacher’s progress and troubleshooting problem areas • Work closely with student teacher and cooperative teacher during the student teaching process Field Placement Administrator (August 2009- July 2013) University of Phoenix • Approve student teaching applications • Provide proper assistance to student teachers for them to meet/exceed University program standards and state standards during their student teaching experience • Make initial contacts with school districts to request assistance with placements and to coordinate affiliation agreements • Communicate effectively the expectations for the faculty supervisor and cooperating teacher as they mentor their student teacher and help guide all three parties through the practicum Teacher Education Specialist Team Lead (July 2007- August 2009) University of Phoenix • Effectively work with students to help them achieve their goal of graduation in a certified program • Set the right pace with students to collect progression items and for student teaching placement • Worked professionally with graduation team to provide the best customer service to students • Demonstrated leadership capabilities by being a Team Lead and doing Team Lead responsibilities, for example compiling the daily customer service report and working on the weekly slide data report • Mentored new Teacher Education Specialists to help and encourage them to succeed in their new position Third Grade Teacher (July 2006- 2007) Chandler Traditional Academy, Liberty Campus, Chandler, AZ Chandler Unified School District • Demonstrates effective teaching using the Spalding method, a complete Language Arts program • Taught challenging, accelerated fourth grade curriculum to third grade students • Track inquiries and student progress following up with personal contact and correspondence with parents Fifth Grade Team Lead Teacher (August 2003-2006) San Tan Elementary School, Gilbert, AZ Higley Unified School District • Provided quality teaching centered on Arizona State Standards • Demonstrates classroom management with a warm, and supportive environment for student learning • Fifth grade team leader (2005-2006) - Conducted weekly meetings to develop material for programs of study, mentored new teachers to the district • Maintains excellent parent communication through on-line gradebook, newsletters, and homework notes • Supported ASUE College of Education program by mentoring interns each semester and a student teacher • Apart of the district’s New Teacher Mentorship Committee to help support new teachers Student Teacher (January 2003-May 2003) Augusta Ranch Elementary School, Mesa, AZ Gilbert Unified School District • Taught all subjects in a fifth grade class • Displayed teamwork by helping the fifth grade team when needed • Assisted in organizing annual school carnival fund raiser event for students

MY TEACHING STYLE

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HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Honors: • Nominated for Disney Teacher of the Year Award 2005-2006 • Dean’s List • Nominated for Student Teacher of the Year (Arizona State University East) • University of Phoenix- College of Education- Employee of the Month- Feb 2011 • Scholarship Presentation Award –University of Phoenix 2017

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Masters in Elementary Education with an Endorsement in Reading - May 2008 Northern Arizona University GPA: 4.0 (4.0 scale) graduated Summa Cum Laude Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education - May 2003 Arizona State University East GPA: 4.0 (4.0 scale) graduated Summa Cum Laude Associate of Arts - December 2002 Mesa Community College

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Hello, :) I was born in Dothan, Alabama when my dad was station at Fort Rucker as a helicopter pilot. My family settled in Mesa, Arizona when I was eight years old and I have been here in Arizona ever since. I have been working in the education field for the past 15 years, first, as an elementary school teacher and then at University of Phoenix. I have a Master's Degree in Education with an Endorsement in Reading from Northern Arizona University. I have sought after and accepted positions of leadership within my different school communities and at University of Phoenix since I became an educator in 2003. I continually seek opportunities to mentor new teachers to the profession, work with my colleagues to develop and implement successful teaching strategies. I have extensive experience in working with diverse populations and age groups. My professional focus is to expand my current experience and expertise in new and challenging ways to impact student achievement. When I taught elementary school in the fifth and third grades I was the team lead for my grade level, head of several school committees and was in mentoring programs to help new teachers. Going beyond my normal teaching duties or job responsibilities is something that I expect from myself. Participating in these types of leadership programs gave me important life-long skills that enable me to interact well and be a productive member in a team or individual work environment. At University of Phoenix, I had the opportunity to develop my leadership and training skills. I am extremely excited to be a Full Time Faculty member. I am very fortunate to be working in the education field that I am so passionate about. When I am not working I am with my three beloved dogs, three sweet kitties and two beautiful horses enjoying the great Arizona weather. I love being an Aunt to my four nephews and niece. I also enjoy volunteering for church, the Central Arizona Humane Society and the Mazatzal Optimist Club. In October of 2017 I accomplished my dream of becoming a published author. My children's book Baby Bunny Blackjack and the Fruit of the Spirit is available on Amazon.com and www.lighthousechristianpublising.com. Check it out! :) I look forward to getting to know everyone! Lisa

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