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William Hinsley

112 Adams Lake Blvd ~ Atlanta ~ GA ~ 30339


Phone: (404) 769-8069 ~ Email: hinsley51@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE

To obtain the Instructional Technology Facilitator position where I can utilize my experience, knowledge and skills to
develop, improve, automate, and coordinate an instructional technology program in the school district, and promote
electronic dissemination of information and communication.

EDUCATION

Master of Education, Instructional Technology, Kennesaw State University, Expected Graduation Date: May 2017
Bachelor of Arts, Elementary Education, Spring Arbor University, Graduated with Honors: May 2003
Associate of Arts, Education emphasis, North Central Michigan College, Graduated: May 2001

EXPERIENCE

Teacher, East Cobb Middle School, Marietta, GA 2015 - Present


Future Lego League (FLL) Coach
Teach 6th grade Earth Science.

Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support Coach For 6 th grade team

Analyze and use student learning data to inform planning.


Challenge and support each students learning by providing appropriate content and developing skills which
address individual learning differences.

Collaborate with designated paraprofessionals and other school and District personnel to ensure student
progress.
Communicate effectively with students, parents or guardians, district and school personnel, and other
stakeholders in ways that enhance student learning.
Create a student-centered, academic environment in which teaching and learning occur at high levels and
students are self-directed learners.

Engage in ongoing communication and share instructional goals, expectations and student progress in a timely
and constructive manner, using a variety of modes of communication as appropriate.
Exhibit best practice based on current research and facilitates students use of higher-level thinking skills in
instruction.

Plan, using State and local school district curricula and standards, effective strategies, resources and data to
address the differentiated needs of all students.

Promote student learning by using research-based instructional strategies relevant to the content area to engage
students in active learning and to promote key skills.

Provide a well-managed, safe, supportive and orderly environment that is conducive to learning; encourages
respect for all; and promotes an understanding of students diversity.

Systematically gather, analyze and use relevant data to measure student progress; to inform instructional content
and delivery methods; and to provide timely and constructive feedback to both students and parents/guardians.

Use a variety of diagnostic, formative and summative assessment strategies and instruments that are valid and
appropriate for the content and student population to inform instructional modifications for each student.
Use appropriate instructional technology and a variety of research-based instructional strategies and resources,
effectively to enhance student learning.

Teacher, Ball Ground STEM Academy, Ball Ground, GA 2013 2015


Future Lego League (FLL) Coach
Teach 6th grade Science and Social Studies.

Analyze and use student learning data to inform planning.


Challenge and support each students learning by providing appropriate content and developing skills which
address individual learning differences.

Collaborate with designated paraprofessionals and other school and District personnel to ensure student
progress.
Communicate effectively with students, parents or guardians, district and school personnel, and other
stakeholders in ways that enhance student learning.
Create a student-centered, academic environment in which teaching and learning occur at high levels and
students are self-directed learners.

Engage in ongoing communication and share instructional goals, expectations and student progress in a timely
and constructive manner, using a variety of modes of communication as appropriate.
Exhibit best practice based on current research and facilitates students use of higher-level thinking skills in
instruction.

Plan, using State and local school district curricula and standards, effective strategies, resources and data to
address the differentiated needs of all students.

Promote student learning by using research-based instructional strategies relevant to the content area to engage
students in active learning and to promote key skills.

Provide a well-managed, safe, supportive and orderly environment that is conducive to learning; encourages
respect for all; and promotes an understanding of students diversity.

Systematically gather, analyze and use relevant data to measure student progress; to inform instructional content
and delivery methods; and to provide timely and constructive feedback to both students and parents/guardians.

Use a variety of diagnostic, formative and summative assessment strategies and instruments that are valid and
appropriate for the content and student population to inform instructional modifications for each student.

Use appropriate instructional technology and a variety of research-based instructional strategies and resources,
effectively to enhance student learning.

Computer Science Teacher, LaSalle Language Academy, Chicago, IL 2012 2013


Administer Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) testing for grades K-8 th.
Advise 7th and 8th grade students in regards to their technology portfolios for their high school applications.
Attend monthly Local School Council (LSC) meetings regarding the use of technology.
Coach 7th and 8th grade flag football.
Implement RTI strategies for grades K-4 and maintain RTI records accordingly.
Manage and maintain the students Google email accounts.
Manage the upkeep of the laptop carts and other computers for grades K-8 th.
Provide technology support for grades K-8th.
Teach computer science classes to grades 3rd-7th.
Tutor grades K-8 in the areas of math and reading.

Teacher, Birney Elementary School, Marietta, GA 2004 - 2012


4th grade team leader for 2 years.
Administered on-going evaluations of student progress.
Collaborated and consulted with parents in all aspects of their child's education.
Computer administrator for online performance series testing for grades 3-5.
Co-administrator for Saturday school tutoring program.
Co-taught inclusion students for 5 years.
Created, maintained and updated classroom blog to help facilitate communication between school and home.
Facilitated Promethean ActivBoard classes to fellow colleagues.
First responder in the event of an emergency.
Implemented and utilized behavior management strategies in the classroom.
Maintained and updated school website.
Received Common Core Standards training.
Supervised and coordinated school-wide daily morning news for 5 years.
Supervised two student teachers.
Trained and presented to area two colleagues on co-teaching strategies for the inclusion classroom.
Tutored students in the areas of math and reading after school and on weekends.
Utilized research-based teaching methods in the classroom.
Utilized technology in the classroom on a daily basis (i.e. ActivBoards, computers, writing tablets, etc.).

After School Program Director, Birney Elementary School, Marietta, GA 2008 - 2012
Addressed parent concerns regarding their child and the after school program components.
Collaborated with the principal regarding facilities and program related concerns.
Communicated daily with parents regarding payments and records.
Conducted monthly group staff meetings for the improvement of the after school program.
Maintained and managed the after school program budget.
Recruited, hired, supervised and scheduled a staff of 20 after school program teachers.

Freshman Football Coach, Petoskey High School, Petoskey, MI 2001 - 2002


Adjusted coaching techniques, based on the strengths and weaknesses of athletes.
Arranged and conducted sports-related activities, such as training camps, skill-improvement courses, clinics and
pre-season tryouts.
Evaluated athletes skills and reviewed performance records to determine their fitness and potential in a particular
area of athletics.
Maintained knowledge of changing rules, techniques, technologies, and philosophies relevant to football.

United States Navy Corpsman, USA 1993 - 1997


Administered immunization programs.
Assisted in prevention and treatment of disease and injuries.
Conducted preliminary physical examinations.
Instructed sailors and marines in first aid, self-aid and personal hygiene procedures.
Maintained treatment records and reports.
Performed medical administrative, supply and accounting procedures.
Rendered emergency medical treatment.
Supervised air, water, food and habitability standards.

CERTIFICATIONS

Georgia Educator Certificate, #662607, ECE (P-5), Middle Grades (4-8) Science & Social Science
Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Certified, Crisis Prevention Institute

HONORS

Nominated for teacher of the year for 6 years in a row (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012)
Honorable discharge from the United States Navy (1997)
Eagle Scout (1993)
REFERENCES

Available upon request.