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DAYNA WALGER

2904 Sagecreek Circle, Midlothian, VA 23112 | (C) 8049282025 |


Da yna_W alger@ccpsnet .net daynabarnettwalger.weebly.com

Objective
To obtain a position as an Administrative Assistant, while being a responsible, self-motivated leader and educator with a
passionate commitment to student development and the learning experience.

Education
Bachelor of Arts: Political Science and Social Studies Education
West Chester University -West Chester, PA
Graduated Cum Laude
Master of Arts: Curriculum and Instruction with Gifted Endorsement
Regent University -Virginia Beach, VA
Graduate Certificate: Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, in progress
University of Richmond- Richmond, VA

Leadership and Professional Development Opportunities

Completed an Administration and Leadership Internship through University of Richmond


William and Mary Conference, 2013, Evaluating a Gifted Program; Presented by Dr.
Joyce VanTassel-Baska
Social Studies Department Chair, MMS, 2013-Present
Conducted Professional Development opportunities on Differentiation Strategies, PBL, PBIS
and Technology, 2013-2016
PBIS Coach for Matoaca Middle School, 2013-2016
Presentation to the Gifted Education Advisory Committee on Livescribe Pen
Technology, Chesterfield County, 2013
Completed Leadership101, VCU, with an emphasis on coaching techniques
Team Leader, 2014-2016
Training on Gifted I.E.P. development, Wilson School District, Reading, PA, 2014
Teacher Artifact Portfolio Coach, Matoaca Middle School, 2016
Conducted a training on differentiation, Swift Creek Middle School, 2016
Conducted a Presentation on analyzing authentic assessments in a PLC format, MERC
Conference, 2016

Work History
Social Studies Teacher
Matoaca Middle School Chesterfield, VA
Named Matoaca Middle School Teacher of the Year, 2014
Successfully collaborated with the special education and gifted
departments to implement the curriculum using a variety of strategies to meet the needs of each
student. Department Head -Social Studies
Named Outstanding Gifted Teacher of the Year by Chesterfield County Public Schools, 2015
Completed Leadership101, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2013
Brought history alive by incorporating innovative activities into lessons that focused on
studentcentered learning, motivation and authentic experiences
Participated in a Rigorous Academic Core Program to research and apply techniques in which a
school can increase expectations by engaging students in a rigorous academic setting.
Trained teachers and staff during several professional development opportunities regarding
incorporating technology, differentiation and problem-based learning.
Participated in Cultural Competency Program in order to foster an atmosphere in which diversity is embraced
Helped students to create a school-wide PBL history museum for the school and community to visit and learn
Collaborated with team members to create interdisciplinary and authentic lessons in CBG and SBG sites
Student Teacher

January, 2007- May, 2007

Downingtown Middle School

Downingtown, PA

Middle School Teacher


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Student Teacher - 8 Grade Social Studies


Immediately accepted full responsibility of all aspects of classroom management and lesson preparation
for five individual classes.

Integrated technology into lessons by utilizing Library of Congress databases for primary sources.

References

Dr. Gayle Hines , Matoaca Middle School , Principal, 804-590-3110

Dr. Murray, Principal: Carver Middle School, 804-524-3620

Mrs. Julie Smith, Matoaca Middle School, CGB Administrator East Campus, 804-590-3110