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Nacole S. Guyton
13300 Atlantic Blvd, Apt. 601
Jacksonville, Florida 32225
912-713-3233
Nacole25@yahoo.com
Education Edu...
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 Review, interpret and utilize a broad array of data to identify trends, set objectives
and plan work among staff
 Ana...
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 Plan and implement staff development activities to reinforce the most current literacy
trends
 Select materials based...
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 Coordinate Summer Reading Program
 Serve on School Improvement Team
Professional Early Childhood Education Advisory B...
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Skills Computer
Microsoft Office, SPSS, Video Animation Programs
References Available Upon Request
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NacoleGuyton_ResumeOnly_2015

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  • 1. 1 Nacole S. Guyton 13300 Atlantic Blvd, Apt. 601 Jacksonville, Florida 32225 912-713-3233 Nacole25@yahoo.com Education Education Doctorate, ABD: Higher Education and Adult Learning, May 2016 Walden University, Minneapolis, MN GPA 4.0 Education Specialist: Reading Education, May 2006 Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA GPA 3.57 Master of Education: Instructional Technology, December 2002 Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA GPA 3.72 Bachelor of Science: Early Childhood Education, June 1998 Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA GPA 2.95 Certifications Georgia T-6 Certification Early Childhood Education Reading Specialist (Prek-12) Reading Endorsement Media Specialist Teacher Support Specialist Georgia Childcare Center Licensing Director Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) Reliable Observer Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) Certified Trainer Danya International Head Start/Early Head Start Reviewer Professional Executive Director July 2014- Present Experience Lutheran Services of Florida, Jacksonville, FL  Manage daily operation of Head Start/Early Head Start Program  Organize 10 divisions including transportation, health and nutrition, disabilities, and family services  Supervise over 200 staff  Negotiate contracts and agreements  Maintain education and safety of 1712 children.  Develop budget and monitor record keeping system for $14 million budget  Gain additional sponsorships and developed partnerships with various agencies and student internship programs to leverage resources that would offset funding needs for programs and training Senior Technical Specialist October 2010-July 2014 International Consulting Firm (ICFi), Fairfax, VA  Act as a change agent in management and administrative areas  Work with leaders within an organization to plan and assist in the implementation of changes that resolve deficiencies and noncompliance  Plan and implement strategic interventions  Work with Federal Regional staff in developing strategies for intervention and plan outcomes that address problem areas  Coordinate with a diverse group of staff operating in each state
  • 2. 2  Review, interpret and utilize a broad array of data to identify trends, set objectives and plan work among staff  Analyze existing grantee structure, functions and capacity and redesign systems that support quality program operations  Work collaboratively with ECE specialists to support grantee improvements in school readiness by assisting grantees to improve management and administrative systems that support quality services. Head Start/Early Head Start Director August 2006-October 2010 Economic Opportunity Authority of Savannah, Savannah, GA  Manage daily operation of Head Start/Early Head Start Program  Organize 10 divisions including transportation, health and nutrition, disabilities, and family services  Supervise 190 staff  Provide professional development for all staff on a variety of topics  Review performance evaluations  Prepare and submit monthly reports to the Executive Director  Recruit volunteers  Negotiate contracts and agreements  Maintain education and safety of 899 children.  Develop budget and monitor record keeping system  Plan Annual Health and Education Conference  Work collaboratively with executive management to define the direction of each division  Write grants to increase funding and services for all children  Create budgets for 9 departments including salary, fringe benefits, training, travel, supplies, and program operation  Gain additional sponsorships and developed partnerships with various agencies and student internship programs to leverage resources that would offset funding needs for programs and training  Serve on Georgia Head Start Association Board of Directors  Serve on Region IV Head Start Association Board of Directors  Serve as early childhood education advisor to Armstrong Atlantic State University and Savannah Technical College Education Program Specialist May 2004-August 2006 Georgia Department of Education, Atlanta, GA  Train and supervise literacy coaches  Evaluate literacy coaches on staff development presentations, classroom modeling, teacher observations, and feedback loops  Oversee grant implementation in 8 Title I schools  Provide local and state level professional development and technical assistance  Model core program implementation in classrooms  Conduct formal observations of literacy coaches and provide feedback  Supervise school implementation of the Reading First Program  Design and implement professional development to literacy coaches and principals  Collect and analyze student data in the schools within the assigned region  Conference planning and implementation Literacy Coach July 2002-May 2004 Esther F. Garrison Elementary School, Savannah, GA  Develop and augment a curriculum for Pre-kindergarten through third grade based on scientifically-based reading research for a Title I school
  • 3. 3  Plan and implement staff development activities to reinforce the most current literacy trends  Select materials based on needs assessments and scientifically-based reading research  Supervise the curriculum implementation for a staff of forty-four through modeling, observation, feedback, and collaboration with administration  Coordinate the after-school reading intervention program  Coordinate the summer reading intervention program  Manage the budget for the literacy component of the Reading Excellence Act Grant  Collect and analyze student data used to support the reading program  Plan and select curriculum materials to support the established reading program  Conduct formal observations of teachers and provide professional feedback Teaching Adjunct Faculty Experience University of Phoenix, Savannah, Georgia August 2007-August 2014  Facilitate general education, writing, grammar, and critical thinking courses  Develop a course of instruction for graduate courses  Maintain a grade book for enrolled students  Design quizzes, mid-terms, and finals for participation  Teach Introduction to College Writing and Essentials of College Writing Reading Endorsement Instructor September 2012-May 2013 Metropolitan Regional Educational Service Agency, Atlanta, Georgia  Facilitate Reading Endorsement course 2 and 3  Develop a course of instruction for Chatham County Middle School Teachers  Maintain a grade book for enrolled students  Teach strategies and content for reading education Adjunct Faculty August 2006-August 2007 Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia  Facilitate part time on-line  Develop a course of instruction for online graduate courses  Maintain internet graduate courses through WebCt internet course software  Maintain a grade book for enrolled students  Design quizzes, mid-terms, and finals for on-line participation  Teach Approaches to Reading Instruction Adjunct Faculty August 2006-August 2007 Brewton-Parker College, Hinesville, Georgia  Work part time 4 hours per week  Develop a course of instruction for undergraduate courses  Maintain a grade book for enrolled students  Design quizzes, mid-terms, and finals for participation  Teach Social Studies and Language Arts Instruction Kindergarten Teacher March 1998-June 2002 Esther F. Garrison Elementary School, Savannah, GA  Work 40 hours per week  Introduce and develop basic learning skills, social skills, and further development of interpersonal characteristics  Facilitate an understanding of learning process between the home and school  Establish a safe, developmentally appropriate learning environment  Serve as Grade Level Chairperson
  • 4. 4  Coordinate Summer Reading Program  Serve on School Improvement Team Professional Early Childhood Education Advisory Board Member 2014-Present Consultations Florida State College Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL Early Childhood Education Advisory Board Member 2007-2010 Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA Conference Presenter April 2003 Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA Literacy Consultant October 2003 Butler Elementary School, Savannah, GA Literacy Consultant November 2003-December 2003 Thunderbolt Elementary School, Savannah, GA Professional Development Intensive Training June 2002-Present  Practice-based coaching  Phonemic awareness  Phonics instruction  Vocabulary instruction  Fluency instruction  Comprehension strategies  Oral language skills  Family literacy components (adult, literacy, and child education)  Read alouds  Literacy Centers  Effective mentor-coaching  Adult learners  Writing instruction  Conducting teacher observations  Leveling books  Facilitate effective curriculum change in schools  Classroom modeling  Emergent literacy and child development (zero-3 years-old)  Standards-based instruction  Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS)  Childcare center licensing (Georgia)  Head Start Health and Nutrition Services  Head Start Education Services  Head Start Program Design and Management  Head Start Mental Health and Disabilities  Early Head Start Services  Head Start Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance  Head Start Fiscal Operations  Reflective Supervision  Birth to age 5 Social Emotional Development (CSEFEL)  NAEYC Accreditation two-day training  University of Phoenix Faculty Certification
  • 5. 5 Skills Computer Microsoft Office, SPSS, Video Animation Programs References Available Upon Request

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