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Human Resources

Dallas, Texas, United States
August 29, 2017

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Dr. Rachel M. Washington

Davie, Florida *****



More than 18 years experience serving children, youth, women, and families with emphasis on education, mental

and physical health, and administration, and staff supervision. Energetic Human Resources Coordinator with excellent negotiation, communication and service skills. Hands-on experience in providing support to new employee hiring processes, along with conducting audits of payrolls and benefits. Excellent problem-solving, communication and interpersonal skills. History of successful interaction within diverse groups, comfortable and professional with professionals at all levels. Strong time-management skills. Exceptional analytical planning; organizational and decision-making skills. Have leadership experience was a mentor for new teachers in the build at a high school level. EXPERIENCE

Miami Dade College (North Campus) 5/2016- 06/2017

Adjunct Math Teacher

Developed syllabi and teach two graduate level courses each semester:

Organizational Development and Diversity for School Leaders, Leadership for Learning, Resource Management, Internship, and Special Topics: Develop research projects, Collaborated with other Educational Leadership faculty

Served on Graduate Council, Graduate Admissions Committee, Teacher Education Committee, and Institutions of Higher Education (IHE)

Performance Report Committee, Coordinated MSA program, Develop recruitment strategy

Coordinated the development of a brochure, Conducted MSA Information sessions at area schools and counties, Developed and Coordinated New Student Orientation Training

Blackboard usage, PowerPoint, Words Document, Excel, online Instruction

Horace Mann Middle School 7/2015-Present

Math Teacher (IPREP)

Resolving employee conflicts; working with the union; managing human resource staffs

•Work with teachers to plan, implement, and to reflect on mathematics instruction using

The Florida Continuous Improvement Model (FCIM)

•Model best practices in mathematics instruction with teacher as active participants

•Plan and implements mathematics professional development sessions

•Analyzes data, review, evaluation interpreting assessments

•Introduced Carnegie Learning software to strengthen understanding and application of lessons.

•Instructed integration classes applying a broad range of mathematical concepts in vocational


•Voluntarily provided afterschool tutoring to prepare struggling students for state standardized


•Effectively planned and implemented engaging classroom lessons consistent with the high rigor

of the Standards of Learning while integrating current technology on a daily basis.

•Utilized data from formative and summative assessments to identify areas of improvement and


•Maintained a supportive classroom environment through meaningful relationships and positive


•Students made learning gains 85% growth

•Co-Teach doing Secondary Instruction with a number of 60+ students per class with the use of

technologies base and the STEM program.

Robert Renick Educational Center 9/2012-6/2015

Departmental Chair/Coach for Math & Science

Team Leader

• Students made 20% learning gain

•Designed and implemented student-centered lesson plans for four classes: algebra, geometry, and math concepts.

•Assisted students in preparation for FSA testing by creating skill-building activities.

•Restructured classroom policy to reflect classroom management style of consensus-building.

•Counteracted "senioritis" by utilizing cooperative learning, with students teaching a chapter and testing themselves.

•Motivated students to enjoy their math more by inviting guest presenters to speak about the relevance of math to their careers.

•Assessed students' progress daily in math concepts class.

•Modified assessment model and testing devices for student with learning disabilities.

VIRTUAL Schools Online Teaching (Math) Part-Time 8/2009-6/2014

Middle & High School Students

•Alg. 1 & Alg.2


•Middle School Pre-Alg. 6th -8th Grade

•Implementing state curriculum across the board

•Once a week communication online with each individual student

•Led class online using Blackboard and PowerPoint

•Communicated with students using online chat features and headphones for voice

•Managed and tracked attendance and participation of students

•Provided consistent feedback to students related to each lesson taught

•Conducted small group and individualized instruction through the use of online breakout rooms

•Assessed students learning through discussions, projects, and formal assessment

Miami Jackson Senior High-Miami, Florida 11/2000-6/2009

Miami Jackson Adult Education Center 11/2000-12/2008

Special Education & Math Teacher

•Utilize diverse instructional methods through carefully develop lesson plans, activities, and assessments that incorporate technology, cooperative learning and manipulative.

•Active participant in creating curriculum maps for Intensive Math and Algebra I, Geometry

•Capable of helping students pass the FCAT or make remarkable learning gains

•Maintain classroom environment conducive to learning

•Co-teaching in an inclusive setting


•Designed differentiated mathematics lessons to service a broad variety of student ability in an integrated setting.

•Taught and evaluated 240 students 7th- 8th grade mathematics and algebra students per year.

•Maintained accurate and timely records of student attendance and academic progress.

•Corresponded regularly with students, parents, and administration to facilitate better student performance.

•Night School and Summer Session for retain students


Department of Florida Education, Exceptional Student Education (K-12), Mathematics (6-12)

Expire 2022


Doctorate, Education & minor Human Resources Development (2015), Nova Southeastern University

Master Business Administration (2002), American Intercontinental University

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