This is a real sample of a Five Year Technology Plan that you would use in a Title III or V Federal US department Grant application.

Dr. Pelham K. Mead, Ed.D.

Director of the College of Mount Saint Vincent Teacher Learning Center funded by a Title V Federal Grant 2000-2005.

Objective:  

5/1/2001-present- Director of the Teacher Learner Center, College of Mount Saint Vincent, Riverdale, NY

  • Responsible for 1.3 million dollar federal grant, responsible for staff of four employees, 
  • Developed annual budget and maintained budget records and expenditures
  • Responsible for teaching professors how to use technology in the classroom (45 hour faculty development course),
  • trained 40 faculty members to date in Powerpoint, Publisher XP, Frontpage XP, Adobe Photoshop 7.01, Webtricity, and Dreamweaver MX; 
  • Grant Writer federal reporting of budget items (APR report), Responsible for grant development (wrote two USDA grants Feb. 2004; Cooperative Grant for HSI mar. 2004) 
  • Installation of 18 smart classrooms around campus. 
  • Webmaster for all online workshops for the Teacher Learner Center. 
  • Cooperator of Activity I for Title V HSI grant.

CMSV Adjunct Professor of Communications– taught Multimedia 2001-2004; Applied Graphics 2001-2004; Adobe Photoshop 7.01 summer 2002 and spring 2003. Overload basis in the evening.

1998-present- Educational Consultant- e-teachUSA.com

Founded the Educational consulting company, posted web site on the internet http://www.e-teachusa.com .  Serving technical schools, K-12, and Colleges requiring:

  • grant writing consultants (HSI Title V grants 
  • USDA HSI grants,
  • Professional development system for teachers
  • Long-range technology plans
  • Computer trouble shooting
  • Workshops, clinics and conferences in educational technology

9/2000-12/2000 Pace University,   Pleasantville, New York

            Adjunct Professor of CS 150-Internet and Web Authoring

Taught an 3 credit undergraduate course in Internet basics, and FrontPage 2000

July 2000 to May 1, 2000 BERC Educational Training CenterBOCES of Nyack, New York, Career Training Program Instructor Career Training in MS Office 2000, Excel, Word, Access, Powerpoint, Publisher, FrontPage and Internet. 210 hours for each complete module. (July-Oct. lst group) & (Oct. to Jan. 2 nd group) Hours 8-12:00, Mon. to Friday; Also taught Introd. To Computers 5 classes.

Web Development (FrontPage 2000) Instructor- July -Aug.2000 and scheduled to 

Teach 5 Winter Sessions Jan. 2001,

Jan. 1999-         SUNY Rockland Community College, Suffern, N.Y.

Aug.  2000         Adjunct Professor of Computing/Information systems

Also taught Continuing Ed Department and Computer Studies 

CSP 148-Web Development-Frontpage 98 (Jan.2000); Introd. to Web Development  

3 sections June-Aug. 1999, CIS 101-Introd. to Computer Systems Management 

(MS Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint) Jan.-May (4 classes) Main campus and Haverstraw 1999. Continuing Ed. Dept. Adobe Photo Beg and Interm. Courses (6 hrs. each), Adobe Pagemill (6 hr. course and Adobe Pagemaker 6.5 (6 hr. course) May to Aug. 2000

Sept.1999 to June 2000   Assumption Academy, Catholic School Technology Department, K-8, Emerson, N.J.

            Director of Technology

Design and maintain new Web site using Frontpage 2000 for school (88 pages long,), teach pre-k-8 computer technology classes, Teach grades 4-8 Web Development to implement an Intranet WEB Site , Staff Development in Technology, Install hardware and software repairs for 55 school computers, develop Technology Grants and submit them, Editor for the Technology News for teaching Staff.

Sept. 1998 to May 1999 SUNY Westchester Community College, Valhalla, N.Y.

            Adjunct Professor of Computing Information Systems

Taught CSP 101, Introd. to Computer Information Systems (MS Office) Fall 

1998,Sat. 8-12:00 am class and Spring 1999 Introd. to Computer Information Systems Mon. and Thurs. 10-12:00

1998-1999 New York University, 25 Washington Pl., NYC, NY

            Full Professor of Research , Director of Communications and TechnologyServed as the Technology Coordinator for the PDL (Professional Development Lab) in the School of Education at NYU. Also as Web Master in establishing a New Web site from scratch.(100 pages long). Responsibilities were to hire graduate assistants to help with the Web Site, hire LAN experts to install office-wide LAN system, Teaching Professor  in the PDL Leadership Institute, write reports, secure grants and visit and assist PDL Field coordinators in nine New York City School districts in five boroughs.

Sept. 1967 to June 1998-East Ramapo School District,        Spring Valley, N.Y.

            Secondary school teacher, Dean of Students 6 yrs., Health Teacher, Technology (computers), Phys. Ed. and B & W Photography Teacher.  31 years of experience as a school grant writer, special assistant to the Principal, Chairman of the Technology Committee, Health Ed. classroom teacher and Physical Education teacher and Coach. Web Master for Kakiat JHS, Editor of Technology Newsletter 

for all teaching staff, Chairmen of the Technology committee 6 years, Grant writer for Technology Grant and was awarded $200,000 for Implementation of Technology Plan. Dean of Students 6 years , Administrative Intern-l year; developed first school Disciplinary Database and first WEB Site with 10 page Virtual Tour of Kakiat JHS.

Sept. 1970-1990- Self-Employed (second full-time job) Director and Owner of the Century School of Gymnastics, Pomona, NY, hired staff, trained staff of 12, 550 members, 6 competitive teams, one Olympic Finalist, three AAU National Champions, 112 NY State Champions men and women. Year-round operation Tots 2 to adult. Included Summer Camp training camp July to Aug. each year. Income 190,000 a year.

Certification and Awards

Permanent NY State Teacher Certificate in Health and Physical Education and 

Provisional Administrative Certificate in New York State.

Teacher of the Year 1975.  

Superintendent’s Special Recognition Award 1988 (for working on a team of 

teachers that met the needs of a school-phobic student and successfully got him to come to school and achieve as an outstanding student)

Education:

1992, May 13-Columbia University, NYC, NY, Doctoral Degree in Educational Administration with a major in Computer Systems Management, studied under Professor Tom Foote (PHD,Stamford) Computer Expert in the Teachers College Educational Administration Department. Maintained a 4.2 average for four years.

Elected into Kappa Delta Phi, National Honor Society 1991

1983-87-SUNY New Paltz University,       New Paltz, NY

6th Level Professional Certificate Program, Educational Administration

Served one year at Kakiat JHS at Administrative Intern and went on to work as Dean of Students for 5 years . 18 credits in Computer Courses and 21 credits in Educational Administration Courses.

1967     Springfield College, Springfield, Mass. Masters Degree in EducationOutdoor Education, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Botany and Zoology

Field placement in the L.A. Board of Education June 1967-Aug. 1967

Assistant Director of Point Ferman Lighthouse School Camp

1962-66-Springfield College,Springfield, Mass.

Bachelors Degree in Education, Physical Education

Senior Teaching Fellow in Botany

Lab Assistant in Botany 3 years

Varsity Tennis Team-2 yrs., Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity,

Vice President of the Sophomore class of 1966.

Personal:           Kayaking and swimming

References:

Dean Robert Coleman, College of Mount Saint Vincent, 718-405-3500 or Robert.coleman@mountsaintvincent.edu

Professor Patricia Grove, Biology Professor-718-405-3500-  patricia.grove@mountsaintvincent.edu

Professor Pamela Kerrigan, Chemistry Professor718-405-3500-drpamk1@aol.com

Professor Barbara Cohen, Nursing Professor718-405-3500- Barbara.cohen@mountsaintvincent.edu

Professor Muriel Kneeshaw, Nursing Professor718-405-3500-muriel.kneeshaw@mountsaintvincent.edu

Professor Richard Barnet, Fine Arts Professor718-405-3500-richard.barnet@mountsaintvincent.edu

Professor Bernadette Garam, Sociology Professor718-405-3500-bernadette.garam@mountsaintvincent.edu

Professor and Teacher Ed. Dept. Chair, Sr. Margaret Egan718-405-3500-margaret.egan@mountsaintvincent.edu

Professor and Communications Dept. Chair, Fran Broderick718-405-3500- fbrod@aol.com

Professor Arlene Moliterno, Fordham University Arlene.moliterno@fordham.edu

Christine Servando, Teaching Assistant in the Teacher Learner Center

At the College of Mount Saint Vincent, Riverdale, NY Christine.servando@mountsaintvincent.edu of 718-405-3743 work.

Dr. Narayan Murthy, Department Head Computer Information Systems,

Pace University Pleasantville 914-773-3702

Al Moschetti, BERC Nyack Director 845-358-3500, Pager 685-0387

Mrs. Tina Rappaport, New York University Professor, PDL, School of Education at New York University, NYC, NY  Moved to Boca Raton, Florida

e-mail tinarap@aol.com

Rev. Richard Gressle, Rector of Grace Episcopal Church of Nyack, 1st st. and Franklin ,ave., Nyack, N.Y.  Tel. 914-358-1297

Charles Ghosio, Retired Assistant Principal of Kakiat JHS, Home Address: 5 Amanda Court, Ramsey, N.J.      Home  phone 201-327-2234

e-mail: cghosio@worldnet.att.net

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