Adam B.

Nemeroff
411 Woodridge Ave, Fairfield, CT | (203) 521-2298 | adam.nemeroff@gmail.com | http://about.me/adamnem
Education University of Connecticut y M.A. Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Secondary Social Studies o Master·s Project: Creating Authentic Experiences and Assessments in the Social Studies Classroom y B.S. Education, Secondary Social Studies, Summa Cum Laude y B.A. History, Summa Cum Laude Work Experience Mark Twain House and Museum Curriculum Development Intern y Develop curriculum for pre, during and post visits to Hateful Things exhibit. y Integrate media literacy goals into objectives, activities, and assessments. y Create blended learning environments utilizing museums, classrooms, and internet-based activities. Teaching American History ² EastConn Instructional Resource Intern y Research primary sources for project teachers using local archives and web-based resources. y Develop lesson plans integrating primary sources and technology. y Collaborate with project teachers to improve instructional design needs and revise lesson planning. y Conduct workshops with project teachers about education technology and teaching resource discovery. University of Connecticut ² Student Affairs Information Technology HuskyTech Student Manager y Direct supervisor for 80 student employees and management hierarchy. y Develop ongoing portfolio assessment system using authentic, formal, formative, and summative assessment methodologies. y Compile employee feedback and evaluations. y Design and manage HuskyTech website including knowledge base receiving more than 3,000 unique visitors per month. y Design public relations materials including: brochures, displays, flyers, and advertisements. y Develop marketing strategy utilizing social media and outreach methods. Training Developer and Instructor y Develop training environments using: HuskyCT, Google Apps (Sites and Docs), and Microsoft SharePoint. y Design curriculum, assessments, and lessons using Understanding by Design principles. y Create and deliver training lessons reflecting necessary job skills and knowledge (advanced software troubleshooting, networking, malware removal, and customer service skills). y Develop and analyze authentic assessments (formative and summative) to measure course goals and professional development. Advanced Level Technician y Researched and developed malware removal methods and advanced windows repair troubleshooting. y Developed digital professional learning community for sharing resources, experiences, and training materials. Manchester High School Student Teacher y Taught World History and United States History. y Developed culturally relevant and engaging lessons incorporating digital and media literacy objectives and skills. y Assessed student knowledge using authentic, traditional, formative, and summative assessments. y Differentiated instruction based on students· individual needs and learning styles (ELLs, students with IEPs, gifted learners). y Integrated technology skill objectives in lesson planning and design. y Collected and analyzed common formative assessments to plan and revise instruction. Skills y y y y y y Operating Systems - Windows, Mac, Linux, WinBuilderPE, iOS (v.3-5), VMware, and UConn vPC. Programming Languages ² HTML and CSS. Software - MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, InfoPath), Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and Illustrator, Apple iMovie and GarageBand. Web Software - MS SharePoint (Site and Workspace Development, Workflows, Problem and Project Management); Wikis; and Problem Tracking (Request Tracker, Unicenter ServicePlus Desk) Web 2.0 ² Twitter (@adamnem and @HuskyTechSAIT), Facebook, LinkedIn, Ning, Edmodo, Blogger, and WordPress. CMS and Education ² Blackboard (HuskyCT course development); GoogleApps (support, mobile, course sites); ESchool Plus; Screen Casting. Hartford, CT January 2012 - Present Storrs, CT May 2012 (Anticipated) May 2011

Hampton, CT August 2011 ² Present

Storrs, CT May 2009 ² Present

Fall 2010 ² Present

Spring 2008 ² April 2009

Manchester, CT January 2011 ² May 2011

Awards, Training, and Professional Development y y y y y y y FERPA and HIPAA certification 2011 ² Division of Student Affairs and University Information Technology Services Information Security certification 2011 ² University Information Technology Services National Council for the Social Studies Conference: Fall 2011 - Washington D.C. Thomas P. Weinland Scholarship for Excellence in Social Studies Teaching ² Recipient - April 2011 Robert E. and Gladys B. Dunn Scholarship for Developing Global Teachers ² Recipient - April 2011 McCullough Student Leadership Award ² Nominee ² March 2011 Eagle Scout - Boy Scouts of America - March 2007

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