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Leigh-Ann Danley
2005 Brickton Station
Buford, Ga. 30518

(404) 273-0026

Student Focused Language Arts Teacher

Dedicated to meaningful technology instruction that will make a permanent and positive difference
in the lives of students and their families.
Professional Profile:
Dedicated, resourceful and innovative instructor who strives to help students learn how to think critically about
their society and prepare them for the world that awaits them beyond the doors of high school, and motivate
teachers to grow as learners and be more innovative in the classroom so that they may prepare students for the
challenges that lie ahead.
Education and Certification:
Educational Specialist in Instructional Technology
University of West Georgia- Graduation Date: December 2016
Masters of Education in Secondary English Education
Georgia State University- Graduation Date: August 2004
Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Creative Writing
Georgia State University - Graduation Date: December 2001
Educational Experience
Educational technology
Instructional Activities
Student-Centered Instruction
Group and individual learning plans
Student motivation strategies
Parental involvement in student learning
Active and meaningful learning activities
Reflective teaching
Effective student assessment strategies
Critical and creative thinking
Teaching Experience
Gwinnett Online Campus
January 2016- Present
Middle and High School Language Arts Teacher
713 Hi Hope Rd. Lawrenceville, GA 30043
Peachtree Ridge High School:
March 2009- May 2016
9 -11 Language Arts Teacher/ Yearbook Advisor/ Video Broadcast Instructor
1555 Old Peachtree Rd. Suwanee, GA 30043
(678) 957-3108
Mill Creek High School:
August 2007-May 2008
9 and 11 Language Arts Teacher
4400 Braselton Hwy. 124 Hoschton, GA 30548
(678) 714-5850
Creekland Middle School:
August 2003-May 2007
7 Grade Language Arts Teacher
170 Russell Road Lawrenceville, GA 30043
(770) 338-4700
Classroom Practices
Facilitate the learning of Language Arts/History in students through student-centered lessons, activities,
discussions and dialogue
Utilize a variety of pupil learning techniques, including discussion, group projects,
demonstrations, drama, and multi-modal projects.
Values classical techniques and the integration of classic literature and art
Successfully manage a classroom, creating a learning environment that promotes student achievement.
Gained experience teaching in the collaborative classroom environment
Other Areas of Interest:
Media Committee
Peachtree Ridge News Instructor
Relay For Life Committee
Summer School Instructor

Cheerleading Coach & Program Director

Student Council Advisor

Yearbook Advisor
Textbook Inventory Team