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Kathleen L. Post Submitted: 3/18/09 Advisor: Dr. Beth Rajan Sockman. Professional Electronic Portfolio. Resume. BA Mathematics & Secondary Education , Houghton College 1996 NYS 7-12 Math Certification , 1996 Computer Teacher , FCS, private school, 1996-2001

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Kathleen l post submitted 3 18 09 advisor dr beth rajan sockman

Kathleen L. Post

Submitted: 3/18/09

Advisor: Dr. Beth Rajan Sockman

Professional Electronic Portfolio


Resume

Resume

BA Mathematics & Secondary Education, Houghton College 1996

NYS 7-12 Math Certification, 1996

Computer Teacher, FCS, private school, 1996-2001

Communications & Technology Specialist & Volunteer, PSBYFC, non-profit organization, 1992-2008

Tutor & Teacher, PCHEC, homeschool coop, 2003-current

Master’s Degree Student with Instructional Technology K-12 PA Certificate (graduation August 2009)

Graduate Assistant, ESU Media & Communication Department, 2008-current

Long-Term Substitute Teacher (High School Math), FCS, November 2008-current

PA Certification , Instructional Technology K-12, 7-12 Mathematics Summer 2009


Skills

Skills

Self-Taught Computer Proficient & Advanced, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint), Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Sea Monkey Composer

Secondary Mathematics, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus

Instructional Technology & Web 2.0, Podcasts, Vodcasts, Mathcasts, Interactive PowerPoint, WebQuests, Wikis, Moodle, Wordle, Blogs, PhotoStory (using Audacity, PowerPoint, Blabberize)

WebPage Design, Updates, Maintenance using MS Word, Adobe Dreamweaver, Sea Monkey Composer, FileZilla

Desktop Publishing, newsletters, flyers, brochures using MS Word, Quark Express, Adobe InDesign



Artifacts

Artifacts

Outcome:

Employs the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline of instructional technology and creates an environment conducive to effective integration of technology into the school curriculum.

Standards:

I.A. Identification, selection, installation and maintenance of technology infrastructure, and hardware and software applications for school administration and instruction.

I.B. Integrating technology into curricular planning and instructional design.

Web Quest:

  • URL:

  • WebQuest\Home.html

  • Lesson Plan:

  • WebQuest\Phis the Limit WebQuest Lesson Plan.doc

  • Podcast/Vodcast:

    • Student Product (based on WebQuest):

    • KathyPost-podcast\Phi Podcast.wmv

  • Collaborative Project Idea:

    • Project based on WebQuest:

    • Topic 9 - Collaborative Project.pdf

  • Desktop Publishing:

    • Newsletter:

    • Microsoft Word - April 2008 Newsletter.pdf

    • Brochure: Ghana Brochure-side 1.pdf; Ghana Brochure-side 2.pdf

    • Calendar Page: calendar page.docx


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    Artifacts

    Outcome:

    Employs the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline of instructional technology and creates an environment conducive to effective integration of technology into the school curriculum.

    Example:

    I.D. Research, problem solving and product development of technological applications.

    II.C. Selecting, implementing and adapting technology to teaching methodologies, curriculum resources and administrative functions in collaboration with other educators and integrating a variety of software, applications, and learning tools

    Excel:

    • Periodic Functions:

    • SinCosTan.xls

    • Probability Experiment:

    • Probability Experiment.xls

    • Linear Functions:

    • linear equations.xls

      Class Wikis:

    • Math Classes at PCHEC

    • http://the-wiki-post.wikispaces.com

    • Math Classes at FCS

    • http://mathFCS.wikispaces.com

  • Digital Photography:

    • Photography Portfolio in PowerPoint

    • Photography Portfolio - MCOM532\MCOM 532-Portfolio.pptx


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    Artifacts

    Outcome:

    Articulates, applies, and adapts theoretical constructs of effective learning, technology integration, and assessment.

    Standards:

    II.A. Managing instructional technology services

    II.B. Planning, preparation and delivery of technology related in-service programs and instruction in collaboration with other professionals at a variety of instructional levels

    II.E. Developing leadership techniques for working with all levels of the educational community and to manage and administer instructional technology programs at the building and district levels

    III.A. Professional organizations, publications and resources

    • Professional Development:

      • PETE & C Presentation:

      • “Accessibility that is Readily Accessible”

      • Accessibility Handout[2].pdf

      • Penn State One-to-One Conference:

      • “Making Math Meaningful”

      • to be completed after April 2009

    • Research:

      • Learning Theories & Instructional Technology & Connections to Math Education

      • Research1-LearningTheories_Final.pdf

    • Video Production:

      • Photography Through the Years…Film to Digital

      • To be completed after Video Course


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    Artifacts

    Outcome:

    Implements a cycle of quantitative and qualitative research that leads to improved technology integration and teacher adoption.

    Standards:

    I.D. Research, problem solving and product development of technological applications.

    • Research:

      • History of Instructional Technology & Connections to Math Education

      • KathyMCOM580 - History.pdf

      • Learning Theories & Instructional Technology & Connections to Math Education

      • Research1-LearningTheories_Final.pdf

    • Research Study:

      • To be completed Summer 2009


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    Artifacts

    Outcome:

    Models critical and creative thinking skills in all areas of his or her professional life.

    Standards:

    I.C. Management and administration of technology programs at the building, district and regional levels.

    II.D. Selecting, developing and administering assessments that utilize technological applications and involve multiple indicators of student progress and using technology to maintain records on student achievement

    • Web Quest:

      • URL: WebQuest\Home.html

      • Lesson Plan:

      • WebQuest\Phis the Limit WebQuest Lesson Plan.doc

    • Technology Plan:

      • To be completed after MCOM 526

    • PhotoStory:

      • Created for Photography Class:

      • Photography Portfolio - MCOM532\Why Do Leaves Change Color.ppt


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    Artifacts

    Outcome:

    Synthesize best practice research and apply these findings to the development of effective communication techniques to foster active inquiry, collaboration, and guided interaction in a positive Instructional Technology learning environment.

    Standards:

    I.B. Integrating technology into curricular planning and instructional design.

    II.C. Selecting, implementing and adapting technology to teaching methodologies, curriculum resources and administrative functions in collaboration with other educators and integrating a variety of software, applications, and learning tools

    • Research:

      • History of Instructional Technology & Connections to Math Education

      • KathyMCOM580 - History.pdf

      • Learning Theories & Instructional Technology & Connections to Math Education

      • Research1-LearningTheories_Final.pdf


    Artifacts6

    Artifacts

    Outcome:

    Performs as a reflective and ethical practitioner who continually evaluates the effects of his or her choices and actions on others.

    Standards:

    III.A. Professional organizations, publications and resources

    III.B. Integrity and ethical behavior, professional conduct as stated in Pennsylvania’s Code of Professional Practice and Conduct for Educators; and local, state, and federal laws and regulations

    III.C. Collaborating with school colleagues to enhance student, teacher and administrative capabilities and improve student learning

    • Personal Philosophy Statement:

      • From Professional Portfolio

      • Personal Statement.docx

    • Professional Electronic Portfolio

      • Portfolio_KP.docx

      • Professional Electronic Portfolio.pptx

    • Internship Electronic Portfolio:

      • To be completed after Internship this summer

    • Certifications:

      • to be completed Spring-Summer 2009

      • 7-12 Mathematics

      • K-12 Specialist - Instructional Technology

    • Clearances:

      • Act 34 Criminal History

      • Act 151 Child Abuse Clearance

      • Federal Criminal History (CHRI)


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    Artifacts

    Outcome:

    Articulate a vision for Instructional Technology that incorporates policy areas of: Access, Interoperability, Security, Jurisdiction of Operation and Supervision, and Maintenance and Service.

    Standards:

    I.C. Management and administration of technology programs at the building, district and regional levels.

    II.A. Managing instructional technology services

    III.D. Communicating effectively with parents/guardians, other agencies and the community at large to support learning by all students

    II.B. Planning, preparation and delivery of technology related in-service programs and instruction in collaboration with other professionals at a variety of instructional levels

    • Professional Development:

      • PETE & C Presentation:

      • “Accessibility that is Readily Accessible”

      • Accessibility Handout[2].pdf

      • Penn State One-to-One Conference:

      • “Making Math Meaningful”

      • to be completed after April 2009

    • Grantwriting:

      • Best Buy Grant for TI-nSpire Graphing Calculators

      • Best Buy FCS Grant 2009.docx

      • Visual on Wiki

      • ESSA Grant for PSBYFC After School Program:

      • ESSA 2007-2008 Grant Request.doc


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    Artifacts

    Outcome:

    Articulate a vision for Instructional Technology that incorporates policy areas of: Access, Interoperability, Security, Jurisdiction of Operation and Supervision, and Maintenance and Service.

    Standards:

    II.A. Managing instructional technology services

    II.B. Planning, preparation and delivery of technology related in-service programs and instruction in collaboration with other professionals at a variety of instructional levels

    • Technology Plan:

      • In Process - To be completed after MCOM526

    • Acceptable Use Policy:

      • PCHEC AUP Example:

      • Topic 5 Acceptable Use Policy.pdf


    Plan for future professional growth development

    Plan for Future Professional Growth & Development

    Seeking employment as an Instructional Technology Specialist to create professional development where I could inspire teachers to use technology in their classrooms

    Another interest is Instructional Design, especially in secondary math education that integrates technology in meaningful ways as well quality distance learning that cover content and engages students and support student learning through a social community

    Ultimate goal to serve a school or organization that does not have access to abundant computer hardware and software – alternative schools, private schools and/or non-profit organizations

    Working with disadvantaged, at-risk teenagers to offer different ways to motivate, encourage and excite students in the learning of all content areas


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