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Cheryl Clark's Online Resume

This is an online interactive resume showing my accomplishments, education, work experience, professional development experience, and projects as a library media specialist.

Cheryl Clark

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Cheryl Clark's Online Resume

Cheryl Clark's
online resume Education Work experience Professional Development library Projects Professional Service contact information home: 580-434-2423
work: 580-226-7680 (x312)

cclark@ardmore.k12.ok.us 2005-2006
East Central University, Ada, OK
Master of Education in Library Science, July 2006
Grade point average: 4.0

Auburn University, Auburn, AL
Master of Arts in English, May 2001
Grade point average: 3.89
Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Durant, OK
Baccalaureate of Arts in English, Minor in Spanish, May 1999
Grade point average: 4.0, summa cum laude
Ardmore High School, Ardmore, OK
Library Media Specialist
Principal: Bobby Upshaw, bupshaw@ardmore.k12.ok.us, (580) 226-7680 x302
Pottsboro High School, Pottsboro, TX
Secondary Spanish Teacher, Spanish I
Principal: Paul Holliday, (817) 688-9011
Wylie High School, Wylie, TX
Secondary Spanish teacher, Spanish I & II
Assistant Superintendent: Dr. TJ Farler, tj.farler@wylieisd.net (972) 429-3004
National Consortium for Teaching about Asia China II Study Tour, 2010
China Today and Tomorrow Seminar, 2009
East Asia Seminar for Educators, 2009
AVID Summer Institute (Tutorology and Critical Reading Strategies), 2008, 2009
Oklahoma State Superintendent's Encyclomedia Conference, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Literacy First, 2007
TESA, 2007
Robert Marzano's Building Academic Vocabulary, 2007
Mark Forget's MAX Teaching with Reading and Writing, 2007
NCA/AdvancEd Accreditation Committee Chair, 2009-2010
AVID Site Team Member, 2008-2010
Ardmore City Schools District AVID Tutor Trainer, 2008-2010
Oklahoma State Superintendent's Encyclomedia Conference Room Hostess, 2009
VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates) Young Adult Book Reviewer, 2009-2010

"How Do You Do Teen Read Week?" Presentation at Colorado Teen Literature Conference, 2010
"Teaching East Asia," Presentation at Ardmore High School, 2010

Scholastic Book Fair

Readers' Theatre Readers' Theatre: The Year of Secret Assignments by Jaclyn Moriarty

Emily: Dear Charles, You talk a pile of crap. You talk a pile of crap. You talk a pile of crap. You talk a pile of crap. P.S. I decided to use this opportunity to practice my handwriting. As you can see, I am developing a highly eloquent style. P.P.P.S. I have to go now because you are wasting my TIME. P.P.P.P.S. The next letter you get from me will be an empty envelope so be prepared for misery.

Charlie: Dear Emily, check it out. I JUST SAVED THE LIVES OF THE WHOLE SCHOOL. I’m on the oval right now, and I can hardly see this paper through my tears of life-giving joy. See those girls sitting cross-legged and singing the theme song from Friends? They wouldn’t be doing that right now if it wasn’t for me. That girl picking her nose? SHE WOULD BE DEAD AND HER NOSE WOULD BE FULLY UNPICKED IF IT WAS NOT FOR ME. Teen Read Week Scattergories the "Read Beyond Reality" Edition Showing off some mad charades skills Drama students do readers' theatre Winning contests in art and in writing Book Trailer Teaching Certificates Oklahoma Texas
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