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 JEFFREY S. MORRISON
217 Jefferson Place ▪ Decatur, Georgia 30o30 ▪ 404-378-4725▪ jeffmorrie@gmail.com
 EDUCATION:
PhD. Candidate: Educational Policy/Social Foundations.
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA,
current 
Urban Graduate Research Fellow.
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 
current 
 Advanced Studies in Educational Leadership
. Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, GPA 4.0
 July 2007 
 
M.Ed.
Adolescent Science Education. Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA, GPA 4.0,
 December 2004
NY Professional Teacher Certification Training.
D’Youville College, Buffalo, NY, GPA 3.9,
 May 1996
 PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:
Georgia Professional Teaching Certification; Educational LeadershipGeorgia Professional Teaching Certification; Life, Earth and Physical Science
{grades 6-8}
Georgia Professional Teaching Certification; History, Government, Sociology and Economics
{grades 7-12}
Georgia Professional Teaching Certification; Gifted Education
{grades 7-12}
 PROFESSIONAL TEACHING/ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:
THE LOVETT SCHOOL,
 Atlanta, Georgia
 Instructor of American History, 1850 - present: Grade 6 (August 2003-May 2008)
Develop a progressive History curriculum focusing on experiential, relevant field learning experiences whileintegrating technology in the curriculum.
 Assistant Dean of Students: Grades 6-8 (August 2005-May 2007)
Member of Middle School Discipline Council.
 Analyzed ERB test results and developed reports of grade and subject scores to identify areas of academic need.
Supervisor of Extended Day After School Program.
 Middle School Team Leader: Grade 6 (August 2004-2006)
Provided leadership for five academic teachers and 75 students.
Coordinated an off campus service learning project for the sixth grade.
Facilitator of team meetings, focusing on student issues and team business.
 Leadership and Curriculum Experiences: Middle School/Upper School 
Trip Coordinator and guide for Middle School student expeditions to Santa Rosa, Ecuador.
{current}
Member of the Siempre Verde Steering Committee, aiding in the development of curriculum to be used incorrelation with an off campus research facility in Santa Rosa, Ecuador.
{September 2006 – present}
Member of the Collaborative Technology Committee: 21st Century Learning Project
{November 2007 – 2008}
 
Member of the Middle School Admissions Committee.
{February 2005 – May 2008}
Member of Teacher Mentor Developmental Committee
{September 2006- May 2007}
Member of the Educational Environment Committee, aided in the development of a new strategic plan focusingon curriculum and the educational environment
. {September 2005 – May 2006}
Head Junior Varsity boy’s lacrosse and girl’s fast pitch softball coach.
{September 2003 – May 2007}
CHRYSALIS EXPERIENTIAL ACADEMY,
Roswell, Georgia
 Instructor of Science and World Geography: Grades six through eight. (August 2002 to June 2003)
 Assisted the physical set-up and development of curriculum for a first year school.
Developed the middle school science and geography curriculum.
THE COTTAGE SCHOOL,
Roswell, Georgia
 Instructor of Science and History: Grades six through eight. (January 1999 to May 2002)
Facilitated IEP meetings and coordinated the development of individualized student academic plans.
Instructed students with various learning disabilities, ADD, ADHD, and gifted capabilities in Life Science, EarthScience and American History.
Secured grant monies, and facilitated a service learning partnership with the Dunwoody Nature Center.
Coordinator and lead guide for science field experiences.
-
Seventh grade – Great Smoky Mountain Institute at Tremont, North Carolina.
-
Eighth grade – Marine Resource Center, Key Largo, Florida.
 
 JEFFREY S. MORRISON
217 Jefferson Place ▪ Decatur, Georgia 30o30 ▪ 404-378-4725▪ jeffmorrie@gmail.com
ROTTER & BECKER EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS FOR TEACHERS
, Roswell, Georgia
 
 Instructor (June 2000-September 2001)
Developed and instructed a Staff Development Unit course
: Methods of Incorporating Environmental Educationin the
 
Classroom.
 
 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY,
Atlanta, Georgia
Graduate Research Assistant (August 2007 – 2008)
 
 Author literature reviews, conduct research, organize data and maintain a blog and wiki site for an on-line classfor an Assistant Professor of Educational Law and Educational Leadership.
NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE AND STATE UNIVERSITY,
 Atlanta, Georgia
 Institute for Teacher Certification (December 2007 – 2008)
Mentor, conduct classroom observations and provide feedback for an Upper School Instructor obtainingprofessional teaching certification in Secondary English for the State of Georgia.
CHATTAHOOCHEE NATURE CENTER,
Roswell, Georgia
 Naturalist Interpreter (September 1998 to September 2001)
Lead naturalist for guided evening canoe trips: Three-mile canoe trip that taught participates about the history and ecology of the Chattahoochee River. Developed and implemented an adult educational lecture series.
BLACK HILLS REPTILE GARDENS
, Rapid City, South Dakota
 
 Assistant Curator of the Bird Dept./Raptor Rehabilitation Center (December 1997 to August 1998)
 Aided with the training and care of parrots and raptors for the summer Wings of Adventure Bird Program.
Consulted with local Veterinarians in determining a diagnosis and treatment for injured birds of prey.
 ADIRONDACK PARK VISITOR INTERPRETIVE CENTER,
Saranac Lake, New York  
 Seasonal Naturalist Interpreter (May- September 1997)
Conducted natural history programs, including nature walks
 
and an
 
Interpretive
 
Bird of 
 
Prey Program.
BUFFALO ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY 
, Buffalo, New York 
 
 Naturalist Interpreter / Trainer (September 1996 to May 1997)
Lead animal trainer and caregiver of animal collection for the Education Department.
Designed and implemented educational programs dealing with the concepts of ecology and biodiversity.
Served as the lead presenter for the Zoo's summer Bird of Prey Show; created show theme and trained birds.
 Zoo Aide Coordinator l Zoomobile Coordinator (May 1995 to September 1996)
Supervised a staff of 20, 15 to 17 year-old volunteers; designed workshops promoting zoo procedures.
Educated students on the basic characteristics of birds, mammals, and reptiles through a zoo outreach program.
GRANTS AWARDED:
REI Gear Grant
: Provided Backpacking/Camping gear for eight students.
{$5,000.00}
Outdoor Classroom Grant
: Provided funding for the construction of an outdoor classroom.
{$800.00}
 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:
 American Educational Research Association
{Current Member}
 Philosophy of Education Society 
{Current member}
 American Educational Studies Association
{
Current Member}
International Society For Technology in Education
{Current Member}
VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE:
Erie County Clean Water Committee and Environmental Bond Act Committee,
Buffalo, New York 
Implemented public initiatives for the passage of a voter referendum promoting environmental legislation.

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