EDUCATION: North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina
Curriculum: Currently enrolled and completed 22 hours in the Master of Arts and Liberal Studies program
_ Honor: Recipient of the Wilma C. Woodard Scholarship
_ Relevant Courses:
Public School Law, Contemporary Thought in Education, Teaching
the Special Child; Adult Gerontology, Death and Dying, Developmental
Sociology, Advance Group Process
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE - Physical Education, 1985
Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina
_ Minor: Psychology
_ Honor: Recipient
of the Student Teaching Honorary Award
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS:
_ A professional with eleven years of classroom experience and achievement including over nine years in the academically gifted Magnet School environment
_ Integrate padiea and utilize audio visual aides in the classroom environment
_ Utilize a "hands-on" approach in classroom activities
_ Certified: North Carolina K-12
_ Experience teaching special needs children within the self-contained classroom environment
_ Utilize computer applications for enhancement in classroom activities
_ Create and develop innovative techniques and materials to meet the needs and abilities of each student
_ Computer proficiency in both software and hardware applications
_ Experience in presenting original P.T.A. programs
_ Responsible for on-going teacher / parent / student communication
_ Directed recreational activities for a summer YMCA program; managed a sports club
_ Experience in
writing, applying for, and the recipient of federal, state, and
private educational grants
8/85 to Present Wake County Public Schools, Raleigh, North Carolina
Carnage Middle School - Academically Gifted Magnet School
Physical Education Teacher - Grades 6-8
_ Plan and execute activities for four regular classes and two classes for children with special needs.
_ Currently researching and writing a $2,500 grant from the State of North Carolina for special classroom equipment.
_ Selected by peers for membership on the School Management Team.
_ Selected and approved as a Mentor Teacher.
_ Completed the Wake County Future Leader's Program and the Springfield Development Program.
_ Received recognition
from the Wake County School Board for outstanding work performance.
Jesse M. Dingle Page 2
West Millbrooke Middle School
Physical Education and Health Teacher - Grades 6-8
_ Member of the
Crisis Intervention Team.
Washington Elementary - Academically Gifted Magnet School
Physical Education Teacher - K-5
_ Planned and implemented a Field Day program for the school.
_ Designed and presented a P.T.A. program highlighting the Physical Education program.
_ Organized a track meet for all elementary magnet schools.
_ Provided counseling
to students with behavioral difficulties.
Legion Middle School
Physical Education Teacher; Coach of Track & Field; Assistant Coach of Football / Basketball
_ Collaborated in the formation of a Health Fair that included community participation.
_ Planned special
presentations for P.T.A. programs.
_ Regional Screener for the North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program
_ The North Carolina
Center for the Advancement of Teaching, 1994
Completed over 300 hours of training and staff development
_ Advanced Organizational Administration _ Padiea Workshop
_ Gender / Ethnic Expectations and Student Achievement _ Crisis Intervention
_ Teacher / Ethnic Expectations and Student Achievement _ Diversity Training
_ Diversity Trainer
_ Helping Hands Project of Wake County, Participant
_ Christian Faith Baptist Church, Raleigh, North Carolina, Trustee
_ Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, St. Augustine College, Raleigh, North Carolina, Member