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William Damewood Resume 2015

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William Damewood Resume 2015

  1. 1. William Damewood 18760 NW Rock Creek Cir. (503) 567-8622 Portland, Oregon 97229 wdamewood@gmail.com A Special Education teacher with a love for helping students having a difficult time in school through caring, passion, patience, and positive reinforcement. Possessing strong leadership, organization and communication skills. Demonstrating responsibility for accomplishing professional and student objectives; attentive to detail; self- motivating; positive outlook; proficient in classroom management strategies:  Microsoft Office Suite  AIMS Web (Progress Monitoring)  Easy Grade Pro (Grade book & report card)  Accelerated Reader  ORSPED Use of intervention programs such as:  Scholastic System 44  READ 180  Reading Counts  Discovery Education General Education programs such as:  Springboard  Hyott Textbook  FASTT Math  Parent Link (Online grade reporting) Competencies: Ability to work collaboratively with administration, teachers, para-professionals, and parents to meet the individual needs of students. Including placement of the student in the least restrictive environment, ensuring accommodations are in place, understood and implemented, and instruction is data driven and relevant for success. Experienced with designing and implementing intervention programs, supervising para-professionals and teachers in Special Education settings. Including the virtual setting. Capable of working with general education teachers in a co-teach setting and accommodating and modifying curriculum to meet the needs of students through differentiated instruction. Experienced with designing, writing and implementing behavioral intervention plans for students who have difficulty with classroom and school behavior. Also implementing token economies and other reward systems for said students. Performing formal and informal assessments and gathering data necessary for determining student’s present levels of performance for their IEP, State, Federal and progress monitoring assessments.
  2. 2. William Damewood Page 2 Experience: Estacada School District, Estacada, OR August 2014 to June 2015 Learning Specialist- Charter School Estacada Charter School- Web Academy/Early College Programs 255 N.E. 6th Avenue, Estacada, Oregon 97023 Supervisor: Tina Rhue- Director Student Services rhuet@estacada.k12.or.us Forest Grove School District, Forest Grove, OR January 2014 to June 2014 Special Education Case Manager/Facilitator Tom McCall Upper Elementary School-West 1255 Pacific Ave., Forest Grove, Oregon 97116 Supervisor: Toby O’Handley-Special Ed Coordinator FGSD TOHandley@fgsd.k12.or.us Clark County School District, Las Vegas, NV August 2012 to June 2013 Special Education Resource Room Teacher J.D. Smith Middle School 1301 E. Tonopah Ave., N. Las Vegas, NV 89030 (702) 799-7080 Supervisor: Brett Booth- Principal August 2011 to June 2012 Special Education Resource Room Teacher Dell H. Robison Middle School 825 Marion Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89110 (702) 799-7300 Supervisor: Immer Ravalo- Assistant Principal August 2009 to June 2011 Special Education Instructional Facilitator Area Service Center 2 5708 Mountain Vista Street, Las Vegas, NV 89120 (702) 799-0930 Supervisor: 09/10- Grover Smith, 10/11- Debbie Bickmore August 2005 to June 2009 Special Education Resource Room Teacher Daniel Goldfarb Elementary School 1651 Orchard Valley Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89142 (702) 799-1550 Supervisor: 05/08 Susie Bragg-Principal retired, 08/09- Jackie Conarton-Principal Education: Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona Bachelors of Science Degree Elementary Education, Bachelors of Science Degree Special Education, May 2005 Unassigned Professional Development: Differentiated Instruction Training- 02/01/2013 half day Middle School Springboard Initial Institute- 08/13/2012 3 days System 44 training- 08/16/2011 2 days Common Core State Standards- 04/28/2011 1 day Core Reading Academy for Special Educators- 04/02/2011 1 day Severely Emotionally Challenged training- 02/28/2011 1 day Explicit Phonics- 12/08/2010 2 days Nevada Alternative Assessment Training 12/04/2009 1 day iMovie for the Classroom- 02/17/2009 2 days 3-Tier Math Model Training- 01/15/2009 1 day FASTT Math Training 09/13/2008 1 day ISP: Differentiated Instruction Institute- 11/16/2006 4 days Electronic IEP Training- 09/29/2005 1 day