Vita

Jane Feber
P.O. Box 314
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
(904) 891-2531 (cell)
janefeber@hotmail.com
Professional experience
 Reading teacher: Dixie County High School 2014; 2015 – present
 Teacher 8th grade language arts: Ruth Raines Middle School Jan. 2014 – June 2015
 Member of the AMLE (Association for Middle Level Educators) On-Site Cadre 2/13 - present
 Writing curriculum to meet the Common Core State Standards: CPALMS 7/2012
 Consultant: Schultz Center for Teaching and Leadership 2006 – 2013 (moved away)
o Reading Competency 5 (formerly Competency 6)
o Reading Competency 4/5
o Reading Competency 2
o Rigor and Questioning
o FCAT Writing
 Consultant: Staff Development Resources 2009 – 2010 when they went out of business
 Consultant: Staff Development for Educators (SDE) 2010 – present
 Consultant: Pearson/Prentice Hall – 2009 - 2013
 Substitute teacher: 2009 – 2014
o 2015 (Jan. – present): 8th grade language arts teacher, Ruth Raines Middle School, Cross
City, FL
o 2014 (Jan. – April): Reading teacher Dixie County High School, Cross City, FL
o 2014 (April - June): 9th grade English teacher Dixie County High School, Cross City, FL
 Mandarin Middle School: 1990 – 2009 (retired)
Jacksonville, FL
o Teacher, language arts grades 6,7, 8 (gifted program; advanced students)
o 2005 – 2006: I also taught an Intensive Reading class
 S.P. Livingston , Susie Tolbert, Rufus Payne: 1987 – 1990
Jacksonville, FL
o Roving teacher providing academic enrichment
 I implemented the AAA Program, (Able, Aspiring Achievers) after the program I
developed was recognized by Learning magazine as a top program for academic
enrichment.
 George Washington Carver Sixth Grade Center: 1976 – 1987
Jacksonville, FL
o Teacher, grade 6, language arts/reading
 Moncrief Sixth Grade Center: 1973 – 1976
Jacksonville, FL
o Teacher, grade 6, language arts
Education
 Trainer NG-CAR-PD, 2011
 Certification in middle level language arts
 Gifted endorsement
 ESOL endorsement

1977 o Masters degree. Denver. Reading Jacksonville University. and advocacy.000 prize to the winning teachers. The award recognizes an exceptional middle school educator in the area of English language arts who has demonstrated excellence in teaching and inspires a spirit of inquiry and a love of learning in their students. Duval County Teacher of the Year.   University of North Florida. Active Word Play. 2003 (State Award) o This award is given each year to one teacher in the state who motivates students and goes above and beyond to provide instruction and educational experiences for her students. FL (featured speaker)  7/16: ILA. awards. The award is co-sponsored by the Weekly Reader Corporation. won the 2013 award for Best Professional Guide for School or Youth Librarians from Library Media Connection and American Reference Books Annual. Student Engagement is FUNdamental 2011. 2004. Engage Striving Students in the Common Core Classroom. CO (featured speaker)  1/17: BCRA. recognitions  Florida Council of Teachers of English Honor Award. National Board Certified Teacher EA/ELA. Boston.   Contributing author for the 2010 Pearson Prentice Hall literature program Author. 2008. The award began with a $10. 2008 o I was nominated for this award by a colleague. Panama City. Elementary Education Honors. 1987 o Certification in Educational Leadership University of North Florida. MA  3/16: NCRA. Hoey Award. Raleigh. Florida Council of Teachers of English Teacher of the Year. 1987      Presentations: Conferences  2/17: CCIRA. This is a very competitive award in our community. Detroit. 2013. 2002 (Local Award) o The Gladys Prior Award for Teaching Excellence is given each year to four teachers who inspire students to do their best. This award was established by a local businessman to honor his 4th grade teacher who inspired him. 2006 (National Award) o I was nominated for this award by a colleague. 2014 o For outstanding service to advance the teaching of Language Arts  Engage Striving Students in the Common Core Classroom. Pennsylvania (featured speaker)  10/16: FRA. 2002 Gladys Prior Award for Teaching Excellence. North Carolina (featured speaker)  3/16: MRA. This year the award is $15. published by Maupin House/Capstone  NMSA Distinguished Educator Award. Orlando. NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English) Edwin A. vision. This award recognizes outstanding practitioners in middle level education—those who have made a significant impact on the lives of young adolescents through leadership. Creative Book Reports. 1973 o Bachelor of Science degree.000 to the four winning teachers. MI (featured speaker)  1/16: Bay County Reading Association (featured speaker) . FL (featured speaker)  10/16: KSRA.

Murfreesboro. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport. Virginia Beach. Cocoa Beach. Osage Beach. VA (featured speaker) 1/15: Bay County Reading Association (featured speaker) 1/15: Secondary Reading Council of Florida. FL (featured speaker) 10/15: Florida Council of Teachers of English. Las Vegas. OH. Grand Rapids. Using Games to Teach Vocabulary. Active Word Play (featured speaker) 3/13: NCRA. (featured speaker) 3/14: MRA. LA. MI. Indianapolis. Engaging Struggling Students in the Common Core Classroom. MO. Strategies to Engage Struggling and Not-So-Struggling Students (featured speaker) 1/13: Bay County Reading Association. IN. and Engage Students in the Common Core Classroom (featured speaker) 1/14: Bay County Reading Association Conference. Port Canaveral. FL (featured speaker) 12/13: Tennessee Reading Association. Columbus. featured speaker 9/13: FRA. Las Vegas. DRIVE Your Students to Success: Deliver Rigorous Instruction Via Engagement . Engage Students in the Common Core Classroom 11/13: ARA. FL (featured speaker) 12/14: TRA.                                     10/15: Dade Reading Council. Little Rock. MN. Chicago. AL. Differentiated Strategies for Success. TN (featured speaker) 11/14: AMLE. (featured speaker) 3/14: VSRA. TN 11/14: ARA. IL. Miami. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport. featured speaker 11/13: Ohio Council IRA. FL (featured speaker) 6/15: Iowa Reading Association. (featured speaker) 10/14: Dade Reading Council. San Antonio. Jacksonville. Richmond. CO (featured speaker) 2/14: Write to Learn Conference. featured speaker 10/13: FCTE. Creative Book Reports 11/12: Ohio Middle Grades Conference (SDE). VA. VA. Ames. Raleigh. OH. MI. Nevada. Denver. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 3/13: MRA. Active Word Play (featured speaker) 12/12: LA Differentiated Instruction Conference (SDE). FL (featured speaker) 9/14: Indiana State Reading Association. Mobile. Minneapolis. Cincinnati. Panama Beach. NC. 11/12: NCTE. Grand Rapids. Orlando. NV 4/13: IRA. Miami. Strategies to Engage Struggling and Not-So-Struggling Students (featured speaker) 3/13: ASCD. Nashville. LA. TN (featured speaker) 11/13: AMLE. (featured speaker) 3/14: NCRA. Iowa (featured speaker) 3/15: NCRA: Raleigh Durham. Roanoke. Orlando. TX. Panama City. FL (featured speaker) 7/13: SDE National Conference on Differentiated Instruction. Active Word Play. NC. AR. Baton Rouge. (featured speaker) 2/14: CCIRA. FL (featured speaker) 10/15: Keystone State Reading Association (featured speaker) 10/15: Florida Reading Association. FL (featured speaker) 12/12: LRA. Engage! Excite! Motivate! Strategies for All Students. Raleigh. Engage Students in the Common Core Classroom 4/13: VSRA. NC (featured speaker) 3/15: VSRA. Murfreesboro. FL. New Orleans. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport.

FL. Lancaster. Active Word Play and Learning is Not a Spectator Sport . PA. Murfreesboro. Augustine. TN. TN. MD.Chicago. Ohio. Student Engagement: The Key to the Future. NCRA. Active Word Play (featured speaker) 8/11: Nashville. Orlando. Student Engagement is FUNdamental (featured speaker) 2/12:CCIRA. PA. Active Word Play (featured speaker) 12/11: Tennessee Reading Association. Panama City. North Carolina. Orlando. Louisville. Grand Rapids. MI. Student Engagement is FUNdamental (featured speaker) 10/11: FCTE. Orlando. FL. Colorado. KY. FL. FL. Orlando. PA. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (pre-conference institute). PA. Portland. Engage Struggling Students in the Common Core Classroom 4/12: IRA. St. Engage Struggling and NotSo-Struggling Students in the Common Core Classroom (keynote speaker) 5/12. Student Engagement is FUNdamental. Johns Reading Cadre. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport and Active Word Play (featured speaker) 11/11:NCTE. Augustine. MI. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 11/10:NMSA. Active Word Play (featured speaker) 10/11: KSRA. DRIVE Your Students to Success: Deliver Rigorous Instruction Via Engagement 10/12: KSRA. Motivating the Unmotivated Through Student Engagement 3/12. IL. Active Word Play. Chicago. FL.                                  11/12: AMLE. TN. IL. Different Strokes for Different Folks and Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 2/11: Academy of Literacy. FL. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 6/12: Association of Illinois Middle-Grade Schools. Jacksonville. Orlando. FL. Middle Level Mosaic 11/11: NMSA. Student Engagement is FUNdamental. (Featured speaker) 10/10: KSRA. Baltimore. Roundtable participant 10/11: Lee County Reading Association. St. OR. IL.: NCTE. FL. Orlando. FL. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 5/12: FL Literacy Coaches Symposium. Engage Students in the Common Core Classroom (featured speaker) 10/12: PCTELA. Orlando. Orlando. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (Featured speaker) 1/12 Bay County Reading Association. Grand Rapids. FL. Strategies to Engage Struggling and Not So Struggling Students 2/11: SDE (Staff Development Educators). Schultz Center for Teaching and Learning. FL. Student Engagement is FUNdamental 9/11: FRA. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport. IL. FL. Strategies to Engage Struggling and Not-So-Struggling Students (featured speaker) 10/12: FCTE. Engage Students While Embracing the Common Core Standards 8/11: Memphis. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (featured speaker) 2/11: Pearson. Ft. FL. FL. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 1/11: Bay County Reading Association. Plainfield. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (featured speaker) 10/12: FRA. Orlando. Myers. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (featured speaker) 10/10: FACCS. Student Engagement is FUNdamental (featured speaker) 8/12: High Impact Literacy Conference. Active Word Play 10/11: FACCS. Lancaster. Strategies to Engage Struggling and Not-So-Struggling Students 3/11: MRA. St. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (featured speaker) 3/12: MRA. Centralia. Engage Students While Embracing the Common Core Standards 5/11: IRA. Columbus. 3 hour workshop plus concurrent session 11/10.

(featured speaker) Orlando. OK 1/10: (featured speaker) Georgia Reading Association: Atlanta. Houston. FL (featured speaker) 6/2009: Nuts & Bolts Symposium of Middle Level Education. MI 2/10: SW IRA: Oklahoma City. Connect with Your Students: Make Shift Happen 11/2008: NMSA. FL (Featured speaker) 3/2009: MRA. Engage Your Students: What We Learn with Pleasure. FL. Orlando. (featured speaker) CPR for Struggling Readers 3/2008: MRA. San Antonio. FL. MI. Creative Literature Responses 11/2006: NCTE. Orlando. (featured speaker) Sacramento. (featured speaker) Grand Rapids. Nashville. (featured speaker) Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (Featured speaker) 10/09: FCTE. (featured speaker) Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (featured speaker) 12/2008: Southeast IRA. Orlando. two hour preconference institute and one hour session: Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (featured speaker) 4/10: IRA: Chicago. FL. FL. CA 11/2007: Learning is Not a Spectator Sport: Engage Your Students: NCTE. (featured speaker) Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 3/2008: CATE. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 9/2008: FRA. TX. CA. (featured speaker) Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (featured speaker) 6/2008: Florida League of Middle Schools. Detroit. The Compleat Teacher’s Guide to Differentiated Instruction. PA 11/09: NMSA: Teaching Gone Wild! A Hands-On Approach to Learning. We Never Forget 2/2008: CLMS (California League of Middle Schools). TX . Daytona Beach.                               9/10: FRA. FL. TX. CA. GA 1/10: Bay County Reading Conference: Panama City Beach. TN. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (featured speaker) 2/2009: IRA Phoenix. Destin. TN. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (Featured speaker) 11/2008: NCTE. (featured speaker) Nashville. Long Beach. IN 11/09: TSRA. New York. Altamonte Springs. Sarasota. (featured speaker) Students Engagement: What We Learn with Pleasure. Map a Course for Differentiated Instruction through Diverse Literacies 11/2007: NMSA. IL 3/10: (featured speaker) Michigan Reading Association: Detroit. CPR for Struggling Readers: Differentiated Instruction for Intensive Reading 4/2007: SRC (Secondary Reading Council of Florida). FL. (featured speaker) Austin. (featured speaker) Denver. LA 11/09: NCTE: Active Engagement Leads to Literate Lives: Philadelphia. Indianapolis. CO. (featured speaker) CPR for Struggling Readers 2/2007: CATE (California Association of Teachers of English). An Rx for Writing Success 11/2006: TSRA (Texas State Reading Association). FL 11/09: SE IRA: (featured speaker) Learning is Not a Spectator Sport: New Orleans. We Never Forget 10/2007: FCTE. New York. FL. Student Engagement for Struggling and Not So Struggling Readers 9/2009: FRA. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport (featured speaker) 10/2008: FCTE. Orlando. Fresno. MI.

FL. FL. Cross City. grades 3 – 8 Student Engagement is FUNdamental  12/14: Ruth Raines Middle School. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport  2/12: St. Strategies to Engage Struggling and Not So Struggling Students. Augustine. Future Educators of America. Interactive Lessons to Engage All Students  3/16: Levy County School District. Louis. Louis. (featured speaker) Putting the Art Back in Language Arts Presentations: Schools/District Workshops  8/16: Chiefland Elementary. Love Words. Orlando. FL. LA  2/13: Cooperating School Districts. FL  10/14: Toledo. Atlanta. FL. OH. 1997. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport  5/12 St. Tampa. Take Your Students on an Odyssey Beyond the Textbook 6/1996. Rock’nWrite: Read and Respond 2/2006: GRA (Georgia Reading Association). FL. San Francisco. Columbus. FL. Valdosta. FL. AR. (Florida Council of Teachers of English) Jacksonville. Student Engagement  9/13: Steinhatchee.                11/2006: ARA (Arkansas Reading Association). St. An Rx for Writing Success . Cross City. Myers. Johns County Literacy Cadre. Turn Your Class into a Melting Pot 10/2001: FCTE. Augustine. AZ. IN 3/2005: MRA (Michigan Reading Association). Cross City. Grand Rapids. St. Beyond Book Reports 11/2003: NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English). FL. MO.(featured speaker) Creative Literature Responses: Create Peace of Mind in the Classroom 2/2005: NMSA (National Middle School Association). Orlando. MI. GA. Elizabethton. Orlando. (featured speaker)Engage ALL Students with Creative Literature Responses 2/2006: Southwest IRA. Edgard. Orlando. An Rx for Writing Success  9/13: Cross City. FL. Indianapolis. Love Learning 9/2004: FRA (Florida Reading Association). Student Engagement  1/14: Old Town Elementary School. NM 11/2005: NCTE. TN. FL. 1998: Nuts and Bolts Symposium of Middle Level Education. FL. Ft. FL. Middle Level Essentials. Putting the Art Back in Language Arts 10/2000: FCTE. Augustine High School. St. FL. Engage Struggling Students in the Common Core Classroom  8/12: Evangelical Christian School. 6 Traits of Writing  3/15: Parker. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport  1/12: Old Town Elementary. St. FL. John Elementary/Fifth Ward. FL:K-2 Student Engagement  12/13: Dade County Reading Council. Louis Language Immersion Schools. MO. OH. (featured speaker) Creative Literature Responses 10/2006: FCTE. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport  6/12: Elizabethton City Schools. Little Rock. GA. Comprehension Instructional Sequence  8/13: West St. Miami. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport  9/15: St. Orlando. Love Literature. Albuquerque. CA 10/2003: FCTE. Untold Treasures Lie Beyond the Textbook 3/2002: Florida League of Teachers. Jacksonville. (featured speaker) Round Up Some Activities that Extend Beyond the Text 3/2004: NBCT (National Board of Certified Teachers). FL. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport  6/12: Cooperating School Districts. Creative Literature Responses: Essential for Actively Engaging Students 10/2004: FCTE.

OH. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 5/11: Columbus. Harvey. Cross City. Writing lesson study for language arts teachers 11/10: Taylor County High School. writing strategies and responding to fiction and nonfiction 5/10: Hyde Park Elementary School. An Rx for Writing Success 11/11: Ramona Elementary. Engage Students While Embracing the Common Core Standards 8/11: Memphis. Reading Competency 4/5 1/11: Enterprise Academy.                                 1/12: Ramona Elementary. FL. FL. Pearson Literary Symposium. responding to fiction and nonfiction. Pearson/Prentice Hall. strategies for parents to assist students workshop. Louis. inservice Strategies to Engage Struggling and Not-SoStruggling Students 8/10: Harvey District 152. FL. FL. IL. FL. IL. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 2/11: Duval County. Jacksonville.4. back to school gathering for district’s language arts teachers 7/10: Woodridge. Jacksonville. Reading Competency 6 2/11: Columbus. FL 3/10: Create a Classroom of Proficient Readers and Writers: Orlando. Pearson/Prentice Hall. St. Reading Strategies to Engage Students 11/11: Englewood High School. TN. back to school inservice. FL. St. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 8/11: Nashville. Cross City. Cross City. MO. Jacksonville. An Rx for Writing Success for language arts teachers 12/10: Dixie County High School. Reading Competency 4/5 6/11: Cooperating School Districts. Lesson study. Cross City. grade 3. FL. inservice: Reading and Writing workshops (with students and teachers) 1/11: Dixie County Public Schools. Strategies to Engage Struggling and Not-SoStruggling Students 5/10: Gregory Drive Elementary School. Louis. Pearson/Prentice Hall. FL. Jacksonville. TN. MO. An Rx for Writing Success 9/10: Pacetti Bay Middle School. FL 3/10: Hyde Park Elementary. Perry. GA. An Rx for Writing Success 1/11: Taylor County Elementary School. FL. back to school inservice: Strategies to Engage Struggling and Not-So-Struggling Students 8/10: Taylor County Middle School. 3/1: Hyde Park Elementary. FL. Writing workshop for content area teachers 11/10: Taylor County High School. writing and developing vocabulary workshops 5/10: Hyde Park Elementary School. Perry. Schultz Center for Teaching and Leadership. tutoring 1/11. Cross City. 4th grade hands-on strategies to respond to nonfiction 4/10: Taylor County High School. Jacksonville. Academy of Literacy (featured speaker) 1/11: Crown Point Elementary School. Grammar and Writing inservice 7/10: Oakbrook. Learning is Not a Spectator Sport 3/11: Dixie County Public Schools. Jacksonville. 3rd grade writing workshop. 2/11. Perry. FL.5. Pearson/Prentice Hall. Critical Thinking and Questioning workshop 12/10: Dixie County High School. Perry. IL. grades 4 and 5. FL. Staff Development Resources (SDR) . FL. Tutoring struggling students 11/11: Cooperating School Districts. keynote speaker. Perry. Strategies to Engage Struggling and Not-So-Struggling Students 8/10: Atlanta. OH. FL. Engage student While Embracing the Common Core Standards 7/11: Dixie County Public Schools. FL.

Jacksonville. FL 2005 – present: Reading Competency 6. FL 10/09: Responding to Fiction and Nonfiction workshop. Make and Take Workshop 11/2008: Pinellas County. FL. Naples. FL. Southside Estates Elementary 10/09: Rigor and Questioning Workshop. Jacksonville. Staff Development Resources (SDR) 12/09: Create a Classroom of Proficient Readers and Writers: Boston. FL. FL. Jacksonville. Largo. Southside Estates Elementary. Putting the Art Back in Language Arts 8/2000: Middle School Back to School. Schultz Center for Teaching and Learning. FL. FL 1/10: (upcoming). Jacksonville. FL. Make and Take Workshop 5/2007: Florida Council of Language Arts Supervisors. FL 10/09: Writing workshop: grade 4. Jacksonville. FL. FL. Make and Take Workshop 8/2008: Pinellas County. Jacksonville. Steinhatchee. Jacksonville. FL. Miami. Make and Take Workshop 2/2009: Sheffield Elementary School. Make and Take workshop 7/09: Rigor and Questioning Workshop. Taylor County Public Schools. Jacksonville. 1/2009: Dade County Reading Council. Jacksonville. Make and Take Workshop 10/2005. Staff Development Resources (SDR) 2/10: Reading Competency 6. Schultz Center for Teaching and Learning. Back to School Session. FL. Gainesville. FL. UF (University of Florida) Graduate class. FL. Make and Take Workshop 5/2008: Secondary English Language Arts Leader Workshop. Schultz Center for Teaching and Learning. Jacksonville. Jacksonville. FL 1/10: Reading Competency 6. 10/2008. Jacksonville. CN. 4/2009: Barnes & Noble. Schultz Center for Teaching and Learning. Staff Development Resources (SDR) 12/09: Create a Classroom of Proficient Readers and Writers: Hartford. Largo. FL 12/09: Create a Classroom of Proficient Readers and Writers: Chicago. Try This at Your Next Workshop 1/2007. IL. FL. FL. Jacksonville. FL 4/2009: Graduate class at the University of North Florida (Melissa Binninger) 2/2009: Duval Reading Council. FL 11/09: Differentiated Instruction book study grade 4. Perry. Reading Competency 6. Make and Take Workshop 1/2007. Southside Estates Elementary. Schultz Center for Teaching and Learning. FCAT: State Assessment . Jacksonville. GA. Make and Take Workshop 3/2002: FL League of Teachers.                                3/10: Create a Classroom of Proficient Readers and Writers: Atlanta. A Hands-on Workshop of Unparallel Fun! 4/2008: Pinellas Council of Teachers of English. Palm Beach. MA. FL. grades K-5. Make and Take Workhsops 10/2008: Holiday Hill Elementary School. FL 8/2009: Back to school language arts day in Pinellas County. FL 1/10: Taylor County Elementary School. Staff Development Resources (SDR) 11/09: Reading Competency 2. Make and Take Workshop 1/2008: Alachua Reading Council. Jacksonville. Gainesville. Largo. Make and Take Workshop 5/2006: Duval County Teachers of the Gifted. Schultz Center for Teaching and Learning. FL. Strategies to engage students: grade 5. FL.