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Résumé

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Letter of Eligability for Probationary Principal Certification

 

R O G E L I O    C A M P A

718 S. 23rd St.

Donna, TX. 78537

(956) 483-9727

rocam98@gmail.com

                                                                                       

 

Objective:            

To obtain a position within an organization in curriculum and instruction and educational technology where my knowledge and educational skills can be utilized to their fullest potential

 

Education:          

University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College

Doctoral Candidate for Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction

Specialization in Educational Technology Expected Graduation Date: 05/2014

27 hr. GPA 3.4

 

Masters of Education in Educational Technology; 36 hrs GPA 3.917

Master Technology Teacher Certification Program; 12 hrs GPA 4.0

E-Learning Certificate; 12hrs GPA 4.0

 

University of Texas Pan America

Bachelors Business Administration, Computer Information System May 14, 2005

 

South Texas Community College

Associates of Science, Computer Information Systems August 2003, GPA 3.0

Associates of Applied Science, Computer Specialist May 18, 2002 GPA 3.396

 

Experience:        

San Benito Consolidated Independent School District                                                         2010-Present

System Analyst

Provide off and on-site support to schools within the district for different software; Texas Assessment Management System (TAMS), Data Management for Assessment and Curriculum (DMAC), Online Data Management System (NCS School House).  Responsible for District Testing Coordinator (DTC) responsibilities as outlined in the District and Campus Coordinator Manuel (DCCM). Responsible for uploading student roster data and assessments results for DMAC on a weekly basis. Provide training for TAMS and DMAC for teacher and appropriate staff.  Provide support for online testing of TAKS, TELPAS, STAAR, and EOC field test. Create reports in Microsoft Access through queries and disseminate assessment data to campuses after different administrations; TAKS, TELPAS, EOC.  Attend annual meeting/trainings for DTC and coordinate trainings for assessments.  Provide TAKS scores to campus personnel when requested. Train district monitors and provide a schedule for monitoring purposes throughout different testing window assessments. 

 

San Benito Consolidated Independent School District                                                         2010-Present

Instructional Technologist

Provide instructional leadership in technology, mentor colleagues as they implement technology-based instruction, provide professional development at the district/campus level.  Instructional Designs for course implementation (training). Work with Microsoft Office Power Point and other software to deliver instruction and training for staff and district.  Work independently, multi-task, meet and solve problems by working creatively and analytically through group sessions.  Define and address problems through group member direction.   

 

Region 1 Educational Service Center                                                                                       2010-Present

Instructor GED (Part-Time)

Provide adult learners with effective instructional services designed to help them fulfill their potential for intellectual growth and completion of the General Education Development (GED) program through appropriate curriculum, program design, and assessment activities. Enable students to develop competencies and skills to function successfully in the workplace. Provide instruction in five (5) basic areas; Writing, Social Studies, Science, Language Arts, and Mathematics. Ensure that each learner is prepared to master the GED exam. A locator test is given to students to determine their knowledge and skill level. Once their level is determined a pre-test is administered to measure their Domain of Significance (DOS).  After the students have completed 60 hours a post-test is administered to access student progress on their (DOS). 

 

Donna Independent School District                                                                                             2002-2009

Master Technology Teacher/Lab Manager/Technology Purchasing Clerk/Teacher Assistant

 

Master Technology Teacher 2007-2009; provide instructional leadership in technology, mentor colleagues as they implement technology-based instruction, provide professional development at the district/campus level, and assist the district’s special education department with the implementation of computer related “Assistive Technology”  Worked effectively and efficiently with teams and collaborate with all levels of employment hierarchy organizations areas. Planned and organized change, including performing organizational assessments of network infrastructure and followed best practices in IT-enabled change and delivery. Implementing organizational structure changes; and implementing communication plans and training and performance support. Project management skills learned by designing and implementing training for entire district. Work with Microsoft Office Power Point and other software to deliver instruction and training for staff and district.  Work independently, multi-task, meet and solve problems by working creatively and analytically through group sessions.  Define and address problems through group member direction. 

 

Business Ventures 8th grade teacher 2005-2007, instruct students to create and manage a business.  Wrote curriculum based on Chapter 126, Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Technology Applications (TEKS), business rules and business settings. In 2007 I attended the National Middle School Aerospace Scholars (NaMAS) program with NASA in conjunction with San Jacinto Community College. I used computers and robotics to help students build the NTX Lego Mindstorms robot and encouraged students to pursue degrees in the Science, English, Math, and Technology Fields in order to promote information technology in the aerospace industry.

 

Technology Purchasing Clerk 2003-2005, created requisitions by allowing competitive bidding for technology related hardware and software.  Planned and built a technology warehouse that housed just-in-time inventory for real time solutions.  This allowed campus technology personnel to complete work orders quickly; turnaround time was diminished from one-to-two weeks to two-three days. Attended technology conferences to meet with vendors and build rapports so that new vendors could improve bidding.

 

Lab Manager/Teacher Assistant 2002-2003; managed a computer lab and worked with grade levels Pre-K to 8th grade with math and reading. I organized lab schedule to accommodate all grade levels to learn Chapter 126, Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Technology Applications (TEKS). Students’ knowledge levels were imposed to each grade level; beginning, intermediate, and expert.  

 

South Texas Community College                                                                               2001-2002                    

Work Study (Tutor) Providing Academic Support to Students (PASS)

Mentored and tutored students in the fields of Mathematics, English, and Computer Technology.  Performed clerical work, answered a multi-line telephone, transferred calls and took messages. Copied, faxed, filed documents and maintained an organized file system. Answered questions concerning the department’s vision and program goals for faculty, staff, and students

 

Valley Onions Inc. Duda TX                                                                                            1995-1999                  

Produce Inspector/Driver/Purchasing Clerk

Inspected produce on a daily basis, three day and weekly.  I filed and organized reports for vendors and managers.  Analyzed data to determine if produced needed to be regarded and repackaged.  Implemented a report for new products introduced to the company. Ex) mangos, papayas, avocadoes, limes, etc.  As a driver and purchasing clerk, I maintained a vendor supply list and ordered materials through purchase orders, and requisitions. 

                 

Skills:                   

 *Microsoft Office                 *Microsoft Publisher                 * Novell and Cisco Courses              

*Windows 9X-07                  *Visual Studio.NET                   *Cascading Style Sheets   

*SQL, Oracle Database        *VB Script & Java Script           *ASP Web Pages

*Bilingual                             *ASP.net                                    *HTML, XHTML, XML   

*FrontPage                           *Visual Basic 6.0                       *COBOL Programming                                     

               

Awards &             National Science Foundation Scholarship, Fall 2002 & Spring 2003 

Certificates:         South Texas Community College General Scholarship Fund, Spring & Summer I, 2002    

                                Vice Presidents Honor List, Fall 1999 & Spring 2002

                                South Texas Community College Presidents Honor List, Fall 1999

                                J. T. Wright Burger King Scholarship, Summer I & II 2000

                                Certificate of Completion in Cisco I and II, 2000

                                Office Education 6-12, Educational Aide III

                                Microsoft Certified Application Specialist Master 2007 (Word, Excel, Power Point, & Outlook) Spring 2010

                                I-Safe Certified 2006

                                E-Learning Certification Spring 2010

                                Talent Scholarship; the University of Texas Brownsville/Texas Southmost College (Fall 10 and Spring 11)

 

References:          Available upon request     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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