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Christopher Fox, MSEd.

, MS
cfox16@jhu.edu
(410) 796-5822

Experience University
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2013 Present
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY, Portland, Oregon
Professor, Graduate School of Education, Department of Career and Technology Education,
and Department of Online Technology (eLearning) Education
Teach undergraduate, and graduate level courses in Career and Technology Education;
Framework for Teaching CTE (EDCT 501), Introduction to Career and Technical Education (EDCT
511), Math in CTE (CTE 358), Instructional Strategies for Online Teachers (EDCI 532), and
Instructional Assessment for Online Learning (EDCI 558).

2010 - 2013 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE, Baltimore, Maryland


MARYLAND CENTER for CAREER and TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
Instructor, School of Business and Technology, Department of Technology
Teach graduate level courses in Career and Technology Education; Foundations of Technology,
EDTE 487, and Safety Programs in Education and Occupational Settings, EDTE 485.

2009 2013 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE COUNTY/HCPSS


Instructor/Teacher, School of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Teach articulated undergraduate level courses in engineering through Project Lead the Way at
Atholton High School: Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering,
Computer Integrated Manufacturing, and Engineering Design and Development, ENGI 101.

Experience - K -12
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2009 Present THE HOWARD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM, Ellicott City, Maryland
Engineering and Technology Resource Teacher (CTE) (2013 - Present), Central Office
Engineering Teacher (2009 - 2013), Atholton High School, Division of Instruction
As the Engineering and Technology Resource teacher, provide leadership, and supervision in
areas of instructional leadership, staff development, staff evaluation, data analysis, operations,
finances, grant writing, and facilitate professional learning circles (PLC). Create, and facilitate
advisory boards for career academies. Responsible for supporting 60 Career and Technical
Educators teaching middle and high school Technology Education, and Project Lead the Way.

Curriculum Vita - Christopher R. Fox (Pg. 2)

At Atholton High, provided direct instruction to ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth-grade students
using creative, innovative, and research-based teaching strategies and methodologies. Students
averaged a 100% pass rate on the college assessment test each year. Fully supported and
incorporated the core curriculum initiative in daily classroom activities, which placed a
major emphasis on the development and utilization of 21st century technological skills.
Serve as department chairperson, and building point-of-contact for Common Core
Science/Technology curriculum standards. Also serve as advisor/mentor for FIRST Robotics
Team 2537, and the Student Government Association (Class of 2013).
2002 2009 THE HOWARD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM, Ellicott City, Maryland
(2003-2009)Technology Education Teacher, Folly Quarter Middle School, Division of Instruction
(2002-2003)Technology Education Teacher, Mount View Middle School, Division of Instruction
Provided direct instruction to sixth, seventh and eighth-grade students using creative,
innovative, and research-based teaching strategies and methodologies. Fully supported
and incorporated the core curriculum initiative in daily classroom activities, which placed
a major emphasis on the development and utilization of 21st century technological skills.
Serve as technology chairperson, and wrote middle school technology education
curriculum. Also serve as advisor/mentor for FIRST LEGO Robotics Team,
Maryland Engineering Challenges, and coached baseball for Glenelg High School.
2005 - 2006 THE HOWARD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM
Administrative Aide, Folly Quarter Middle School, Division of Instruction
Provided direct administrative assistance to the principal and assistant principal in the
areas of instructional leadership, staff development, data analysis, and discipline.
Created and chaired the schools first PBIS improvement committee to increase
PBIS within Folly Quarter. Created and coordinated the schools first male mentoring
program, which assisted young men into developing an appreciation for learning, and
taking responsibility for their actions. Responsible for over 300 students, maintenance,
and custodial staff.
2006/2007/2008 THE HOWARD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM
Summer School Administrator, Dunloggin and Folly Quarter Middle School,
Division of Instruction
Provided leadership and supervision in the areas of instructional leadership, staff
development, staff evaluation, data analysis, operations, finance, and discipline.
Responsible for over 200 students, and 20 faculty and staff members.

Curriculum Vita - Christopher R. Fox (Pg. 3)

Experience (Education)
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2012 - 2013

Utah Online Charter (American Academy), Curriculum Author


Computer Science I

Summer 2008 Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, Curriculum Author, and Instructor
Robotics (Grades 5-7) (iRob)
2004 - 2011

American Red Cross of Central Maryland, Instructor


Health and Safety Services (First Aid, CPR-PR, Lifeguarding)

2003 - 2014

Howard County Public Schools, Maryland Department of Education, and


International Technology and Engineering Education Association
Curriculum Developer, Engineering by Design (EbD)

Education
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(May 2015) Post-Graduate Certification


Technical/Engineering Management
The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
2009-2011
Engineering (PLTW) Certification
Project Lead the Way Certification, (IED, POE, CIM, and EDD)
University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland
May 2006
Master of Science in Education
Administration and Supervision
The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
May 2005
Master of Education
Career and Technology Education
University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, Maryland
December 2002 Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts
Industrial (Vocational) Technology, and Secondary English Education
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan
May 2002
Associates of Applied Science
Technical Engineering (Machine Tool Technology)
Southwestern Michigan College, Dowagiac, Michigan

Curriculum Vita - Christopher R. Fox (Pg. 4)

Endorsements
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Administrator I (Administration and Supervision), Technology Education, English Education


Advanced Professional, Maryland Department of Education, (12/17)
Industrial Technology (IX), Vocational Education (VT), English Education (BA)
Vocational Certificate in Machine Tool Technology
Provisional Certificate, Michigan Department of Education, (6/15)
Engineering and Technology Education
Educator Level One, Utah Department of Education, (6/17)
Presentations
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Competitions within Middle School Science, and Technology Education: Are they appropriate?
C. Fox, University of Maryland Eastern Shore (2006)
Best Practices in Middle School Technology Education (ITEEA Conference 2008)
Core Curriculum for Career Technology Education (HCPS)
Writing Across the Curriculum, WAC (NCTE)
Digital Storybook Institute (WMU)

Professional Affiliations
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(*Currently participating)
*Iota Lambda Sigma, Nu Chapter
*Boy Scouts of America
*International Technology and Engineering Education Association
*Technology and Engineering Education Association of Maryland
*American Society of Engineering Education
*National Academy of Engineering
Phi Delta Kappa
*Society of Manufacturing Engineering
Phi Kappa Phi
*National Science Foundation
Information Technology Association of Maryland
National Middle School Association
National Council of Teachers of English
Maryland Technology Education Teacher of Year (2004)
Whos Who Among Graduate Students - University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Deans List Western Michigan University
Deans Scholarship University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Eagle Scout, Troop 563, Dowagiac, Michigan