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Current Resume, 2016

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Current Resume, 2016

  1. 1. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   ! Educator, Administrator, Curriculum Facilitator, and Instructional Coach !Is committed to maximizing the potential and achievement of every educator and child through innovative leadership and teaching. Is dedicated to providing a responsive, collegial environment – one that is risk- free, that nurtures and fosters growth in all curricular areas in order to prepare every teacher and student for the rigorous demands of the 21st Century. Compelled to equip educators with research- based instructional strategies that gird the learner with critical thinking and learning strategies that champion persistence, flexibility, and independence. Driven to motivate and inspire teachers to cause learning for all students so that they are globally prepared for higher educational experiences or any marketplace. !Areas of Leadership Include the Following: !Facilitator of Curriculum ~ Professional Learning Community Facilitator for all School-Level Teams ~ Schoolnet District-Level Certified Trainer ~ Teaching and Learning Team Facilitator ~ Member of NC Read to Achieve Portfolio Task Force, NCDPI ~ Presenter, NC Blended Learning Symposium ~ Presenter, STEAM Institute ~ Advisor, Student Lighthouse Leadership Team ~ Director, Teacher Tech ~ Facilitator, Parent University ~ AIG Advisory Team Member ~ Emerging Leaders Team Member ~ School Improvement Team Member ~ State-Level Master Literacy Trainer, NCDPI, 2015-2016 ~ Co-Presenter, SIOP, 2015 ~ Presenter, NCMLE Conference, 2015 and 2016 (Pre-conference Keynote Speaker) ~ Project CRISS District and School-Level Trainer ~ Lead Presenter in Summer, 2012 CRISS Level I Training for all District Administrators in Surry County Schools ~ Kagan Cooperative Learning Trainer ~ Differentiated Instruction Trainer ~ Summer Technology Conference Presenter, 2011-2014 ~ Common Core ELA Textbook Adoption Committee for State, District, and School ~ Race to the Top Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Evaluation Project, 2010-2013 ~ Former Teacher of the Year, 2008 ! Education and Credentials Bachelor of Arts (1990); Major: Elementary Childhood Education, K-8 Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina ! Master’s of Educational Leadership (2016) - MEd, High Point University, High Point, North Carolina - Graduated with distinction, Summa Cum Laude ! ! ! Mrs. Lee T. Hunter 2158 Elizabeth Drive Mount Airy, NC 27030 Cell: 336-429-1887 Email: lhunter@mtairy.k12.nc.us
  2. 2. LEE HUNTER – PAGE 2 ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ !Doctor of Educational Leadership (Expected Graduation in 2020) - EdD, High Point University, High Point, North Carolina ! ! Professional Organizations • Member of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International — Inducted April 8, 2016 ! State of North Carolina Teaching License (Grades K-6) 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2016 ! State of North Carolina Principal’s License ! ! Recent Professional Development Curriculum Instruction and Instructional Coaching ~ NC FALCON: Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy, Learning Targets, and Formative Assessments ~ Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports ~ Haiku Learning Management System ~ NC Teacher Evaluation Process/Instrument ~ Ella Baker Child Policy Training Institute, CDF Freedom Schools ~ June National Training, CDF Freedom Schools, 2013-2014 ~ Professional Learning Communities at Work Institute with the DuFours ~ Home Base -IIS Schoolnet District-Level Train the Trainer Certification ~ Facilitative Leadership ~ Instructional Coaching for Better Teaching with Dr. Raymond Jones, University of Virginia~ A School Leader’s Guide to Literacy Success in the World of Common Core Standards, Learning Focused with Dr. Max Thompson, United States Department of Education ~ STEAM Education ~ Engaging NC in 21st Century Teaching and Learning ~ Balanced Literacy ~ Problem-Based Learning, Wake Forest University and UT Dallas ~ NCPAPA School Law for School Administrators ~ Master Literacy Training with Carolyn Guthrie, NCDPI, 2015-2016 ~ Fluency Research, Assessment, and Intervention for Grades K-12 with Dr. Wayne Foster, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, CPI Nonviolent Crisis Prevention and Intervention Certification ! ADMINISTRATIVE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE !Jones Intermediate School, Mount Airy City Schools Curriculum Facilitator/Assistant Principal 6/2013 - Present !Provide Common Core aligned resources as well as job-embedded professional development opportunities for staff members utilizing empirical instructional strategies to increase student achievement. Assist the Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction in fulfilling the vision of sound student-driven/data-driven instruction. Serve as PLC facilitator for all on-site Professional Learning Communities. Serve as “push-in” for Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grade classes during Guided Reading Groups. Model intentional, purposeful planning with all grade-levels during extended planning sessions provided by administration. Create and teach model lessons implementing district initiatives including The Leader in Me, Professional Learning Communities, Balanced Literacy, Problem-Based Learning, and Learning Focused in all classrooms. Conduct frequent informal observations to determine teachers’ instructional strengths and weaknesses.
  3. 3. LEE HUNTER – PAGE 3 ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ !Provide immediate descriptive feedback with aligned resources and strategies crafted to meet each instructor’s specific need to demonstrate professional growth. Serve as Testing Coordinator for school-level testing. Develop testing plan for district and state-level tests including benchmarks, alternative assessments, the NC RtA Portfolio, as well as End-of-Grade testing for grades 3-5. Responsible for data analyses and response to intervention. Consultant for Children’s Defense Fund Freedom School. Institute !!and direct the Read to Achieve Summer Reading Camp for Mount Airy City Schools as deemed by NC Read to Achieve legislation. Mentor new primary school Curriculum Facilitator, 2014-2015. Mentor staff members with Monitored Professional Development Plans. Serve as LEA in IEP meetings. Provide support with discipline issues. Work with principal and School Improvement Team to craft policies and processes. !!Read to Achieve Summer Reading Camp , Mount Airy City Schools 6/2014-8/2014 Director 6/2015-8/2015 6/2016-7/2016 !Design a curriculum for the Read to Achieve summer campers that ensures that research-based strategies are used. Hire a highly-qualified staff that will differentiate instruction for students in order to meet each child at point of need. Train teachers and instructional support staff on the use of a district wide curriculum and interventions. Assist in the design and implementation of standards based lesson plans that emphasize comprehension, critical thinking, and analysis skills. Integrate technology into expectation, planning, and practice. Serve as testing director for Read to Achieve Assessment at camp’s completion. Analyze data to inform program planning. !!TEACHING EXPERIENCE !Jones Intermediate School - Mount Airy City Schools 6/2016-7/2016 Summer School Coordinator and Teacher !Recruit highly effective teachers to staff the program. Select and order necessary instructional materials for each needs-based group. Create instructional schedule as well as lead daily lesson planning and data analysis sessions with team members. Focus on continuous improvement to ensure increase in student growth and proficiency in ELA and mathematics. !!CDF Freedom School, Mount Airy City Schools 3/2013 - 7/2013 Site Coordinator 3/2014 - 7/2014 !Managed the day-to-day activities of the Freedom School Site at Jones Intermediate School. Ensured that servant leader interns have necessary materials and supplies to effectively cause learning for each scholar. Provided guidance, support, encouragement, and constructive feedback to servant leader interns. Maintained team spirit among site staff and conduct daily debrief sessions. During debrief, provided technical assistance and feedback to interns on all aspects of their work. Recruited and scheduled guest readers as well as presenters for enrichment activities and scheduled all field trips and experiential activities for the site. !!!Jones Intermediate School - Mount Airy, North Carolina 11/2012 - 6/2013 Fifth Grade Team Teacher !Served as a Mathematics/Social Studies teacher with two classes consisting of 24 and 21 students respectively, heterogeneously grouped. Conducted a professional development session for all Jones instructional staff members focusing upon the intentional planning of and preparation for mandatory
  4. 4. LEE HUNTER - PAGE 4 ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ !engagement activities including Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures as well as Project CRISS learning strategies. Planned weekly with grade-level members to share research-based instructional strategies that cause learning for all students. Attended grade-level PLCs. Used common formative and summative assessment data to drive instruction and to provide effective skills-based reteaching and remediation. Conducted weekly tutoring sessions on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 - 8:40 a.m. Conducted tutoring sessions on Monday and Wednesday mornings from 7:15 - 7:45 a.m. prior to school. Conducted !!an intensive tutoring group every Wednesday afternoon from 2:20 - 4:10 p.m. consisting of approximately 14 students including all 21st Century students who qualify. !!Flat Rock Elementary School – Mount Airy, North Carolina Fourth Grade Teacher 6/2006-11/2012 First Grade Teacher 10/2005- 6/2006   !Served as a self-contained classroom teacher with 25 students, heterogeneously grouped. Created weekly lesson plans that reflected North Carolina Standard Course of Study/Common Core Essential Standards and acknowledged and incorporated the strands of the NC Teacher Evaluation Instrument. The plans included CRISS, Kagan, Thinking Maps, and Marzano Vocabulary instructional strategies for the Fourth Grade Team. Embedded SMART Notebook activities in lesson plans to maximum student engagement and motivation. Updated grade-level Haiku with current learning targets and intentional purposeful lesson plans and instructional strategies that ensure rigor, relevance, and authenticity. Became the classroom facilitator as students accessed the Haiku Exemplar Lesson Plans that melded independent reading of increasingly complex text with 21st Century technologies using 1:1 mini-laptops. Additional responsibilities included advising, modeling, and coaching all instructional staff members as the school- based CRISS trainer. Lead monthly staff development sessions: CRISS Focus. Tutored At-Risk students a of two days weekly from 2:00 – 4:30. Collaborated with grade-level as well as vertical Professional Learning Communities. !!Sixes Elementary School – Canton, Georgia Third Grade Teacher 1/2004 – 6/2005 Early Intervention Teacher, K-6 !Specialized in instruction for At-Risk Students. Integrated extensive use of current technology with class sets of mobile laptop computers and instructional software in order to enhance and facilitate student learning. Completed the Georgia INtegrating TECHnology Professional Development Program - 50 hours of elementary school training - as required by the Georgia Department of Education, November, 2004. Instructed Extended Day Program classes for Third and Fifth Grades. Instructed After School Program classes for Second and Third Grades. !!Chester Park Intermediate School - Chester, South Carolina 8/1993-6/1995 Fourth Grade Teacher !Instructed students in a self-contained classroom. Served as Unit Chairperson and Fourth Grade Chairperson. Served as Fourth Grade Representative for the Discipline Committee. !!Southside Elementary and Dora Jones/Gayle Elementary Schools - Chester, South Carolina Fourth Grade Teacher 8/1990-6/1993 !!
  5. 5. LEE HUNTER - PAGE 5 ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ !Instructed students in a self-contained classroom. Tutored students in math and reading. Mentored At- Risk students. Served as a model classroom for the South Carolina Program for Effective Teaching (PET) in Chester County Schools. !!!TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATIONS and PROFICIENCIES !Attended the NCTIES Conference, Raleigh, NC - March, 2012 Presenter at District Technology Conferences - 2011, 2012, 2013 Presenter, STEAM Institute, MACS - 2014, 2015 !SMART Notebook ~ SMARTBoard ~ SMART Response/Senteo ~ Document Camera ~ MacBook ~ iPod/iPad ~ iPad with instructional applications ~ Web 2.0 Tools ~ Haiku Learning Management System ~ Schoology Learning Management System ~ Wiki ~ Blogger ~ Skype ~ Google Chromebooks and Applications ~ Google Docs ~ Google Classroom ~ PowerSchool ~ Schoolnet Social Media Outlets including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

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