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Glen Egbert

PO Box 1290 ! Dillon, CO 80435! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! phone/text: 720 280 1500 email:

Website: Blog: Twitter: @glenegbert

Educational leader with a strong belief in the ability of technology to improve educational environments by providing students with opportunities to create, share, collaborate, and shift cognitive efforts from memorization to critical thinking Demonstrated ability to develop and conduct individual and group staff training to support the implementation of educational strategies and solutions in PK-12 environments Ability to successfully design, initiate, and support secondary and adult educational programs delivering instruction through online and blended learning environments Extensive experience conguring and implementing iOS devices, Moodle, and Google Apps for Education Procient in applying mobile devices, social networks, Web 2.0 technologies, learning management systems, as well as OS X and Windows operating systems to support both classroom and online learning environments


M. Ed. Instructional Systems, Educational Technology The Pennsylvania State University Expected Graduation: May 2012, Current GPA 4.0 Colorado Educator Licensure Program - Linguistically Diverse Education Western State College June 2006, GPA 4.0 B.S. Marketing and International Business The Pennsylvania State University December 1998, GPA 3.10

Colorado Professional Teaching LicenseLinguistically Diverse Education (K-12)-2006 PLACE Tests Passed: Linguistically Diverse Education (ESL), Humanities, Language Arts Highly Qualied in Colorado to Teach: English as a Second Language, English, Humanities, Business, and Spanish

Software Experience
Creating: Google Apps, iMovie, iPhoto, Movie Maker, Word, Publisher, PowerPoint Sharing/Collaborating: Twitter, Blogger, Google+, Facebook, Google Sites, Skype, Wordpress Analyzing: Google Docs, Excel, Minitab Online Learning: WebCT, Moodle, Angel Mobile: iOS, Android Information Systems: Powerschool, Alpine Achievement, McRELs Power Walkthrough Other: Numerous Web 2.0, iOS, and Android applications

Educational Technology Leadership
Summit School District; Frisco, Colorado; Various Positions
Job Titles: Online Learning Coordinator (2011-present), District Technology Coach (2011-present), Online Teacher (2011-present), Summer School Technology Support Specialist (2011) Committees: District Technology Committee (2009-present) proposed, initiated, and coordinated the initial offering of online courses at Summit High School providing online programming for over 100 students in the rst year to address community demand for exible scheduling, distance education, and summer classes developed and delivered an innovative grant program for strategically distributing $100,000 in district technology funds to classroom teachers which led to the implementation of over 40 unique, innovative classroom initiatives supported by technology. tasked with raising the basic level of technology prociency for district staff, designed and produced a repository of 34 online video tutorials providing a knowledge base accessible by staff, students, and volunteers developed and implemented a training program for PK-12 educators, administrators, and support staff resulting in over 350 hours of voluntary staff professional development

Linguistically Diverse Education Leadership

Summit School District; Frisco, Colorado; Various Positions
Job Titles: ELA Specialist, Summit High School (2009-2011), ELA Specialist, Summit Middle School (2006-2008) Committees: District English Language Acquisition Program Review Committee (2009-2011) charged with addressing the newly adopted district priority of organizational cultural prociency, initiated, organized, and coordinated over 20 initiatives to improve the cultural competency and climate of Summit High School including: organizing and facilitating the rst ever Latino parent group, conducting bi-monthly parent outreach presentations in Spanish, coordinating school-home communications in Spanish, and founding a multicultural student muralist group played a pivotal role in reducing the achievement gap for 9th and 10th grade Hispanic students on CSAP Reading by 20% over 3 years by introducing professional development techniques such as: job embedded coaching, data review using a standards based language development matrix to inform instruction, and the discussion of Power Walk Through data to determine alignment with research based instructional practices introduced educational technology tools to support differentiated instruction such as: digital language tools; digital presentation tools for students and teachers; access to online content geared towards ELs; online professional development opportunities for teachers; and wikis to improve communication between parents, students, and teachers, to address the diverse needs of English Learners (ELs) comprising 25% of the student body

Academy of Ed.; Lucenec, Slovakia; English Language Acquisition Teacher (2008-2009) conducted private and group lessons for high school and adult learners in courses such as First Certicate English Exam Preparation, Business English, and General English New America School; Denver, CO; English Language Acquisition Teacher (2005-2006) during the initial year of this charter schools operation collaboratively developed a working curriculum, purchased materials, and conducted instruction for 30 Non-English Procient (NEP) high school students Copper Resort; Copper Mountain, Colorado; AASI Level 2 Snowboard Instructor (2003-2006) Summit Kayak; Silverthorne, Colorado; Kayak Instructor/Program Manager (2003-2006)

Scholarly Work and Presentations

Co-presenter 20th Annual Technology in Education Conference. Copper Mountain, Colorado Plagiarism and the Internet: Underlying issues and IT solutions for content area classrooms with limited English procient students Current Research; Google Docs and Reading Comprehension: Qualities of student inferences made during a cooperative learning activity supported by Google Docs Current Research; Spreadsheets and Concepts Maps: Using mindtools for problem solving skill development in secondary geometry classes!

School Community Development

Summit High School Chess Club Sponsor, Summit High School International Club Sponsor, Summit Middle School Homework Club Sponsor, Summit Middle School Assistant Football Coach, Summit Middle School Mountain Bike Club Sponsor, House with the Red Door Volunteer, Snowboard Outreach Society Volunteer Instructor, Summit Newcomer Center Volunteer Tutor

Spanish-Intermediate uency in reading, listening, speaking, and writing SlovakBasic speaking, listening, reading, and writing