Our concept is to create a program for K-12 grade to ensure successful graduation rates at 100% through the state of Colorado then the country.
We need the nation to support a national re-evaluation of our current assessments to gain college and universities access at a 100% graduation rate.
If we expect our children to gain college and university access we need to collaborate our communities, schools, state officials, teacher unions, FAFSA and the Secretary of State to complete this innovative process.
Kevin the Founder of akITs.net and I will buy a domain soon for my registered business Universal Education. In the meantime please email at email@example.com with any questions, donations, suggestions and business strategies.
Denver Colorado 80231
Seeking a challenging opportunity that offers utilization of my skill sets and further development to excel in my career. To foster competence in young children though physical, creative, emotional, social and intellectual growth.
Exceptional communication with parents and co-workers. Self directed, motivated, team player and flexible. Ability to meet and exceed deadlines, proved ability to multi-task and prioritize workload. Outstanding work ethic, training skills and quick learner.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Early Childhood Professional Credential Level 1 Number 3038
Intro to Early Childhood Education
Intro to Early Childhood Lab
Creativity and the Young Child
Infant and Toddler Practicum
Element Denver Park Meadows
9985 Park Meadows Drive
Lone Tree, Colorado 80124
Position: Front Desk/Houseman
7824 Park Meadows Drive
Lone Tree 80124
Owner: Deb Scherer
As a contractor at Faze Two we offer top quality Children's Clothing, Baby gear, Furniture, Large play equipment, Books, DVD's and Gifts. Inside of Faze Two is Frosting! which sells unique women's accessory items that include Jewelry, Handbags, Scarves, Hats, Belts, Sunglasses and Flip Flops.
Faze Two contractors accepts consigned clothing in sizes Newborn through Teen Girl Size 3 and Young Men's small by appointment only. The type of clothing is dependent on the Seasons. Making appointments and confirming the style of clothing we are currently accepting depending on the season.
January 2011-August 2011
925 S. Niagara St Denver Co 80224
Director: Jennafer Shipman
Position: Lead Teacher
Lead Teacher of the Infant 1 room working with children ages 6 weeks to 5 months. Providing developmental appropriate curriculum, activities based on the centers theme and a health environment for the Infant 1 children.
February 2010-July 2010
Busy Little Hands
8100 S. Quebec St. Centennial 80112
Position: Lead Teacher
Lead Teacher of the younger toddler class from ages twelve months to twenty-four months.
August 2009-December 2009
The Village Development Center
9400 E. Bellview Ave Greenwood Village 80111
Director: Daniel Keppl
Position: Lead Teacher
Lead teacher of the preschool children from age three to four. Plan and organize activities based on the theme, Core Knowledge curriculum and lesson for the week. Provide a safe, clean and age appropriate environment for the children. Engage in learning activities with the children by showing them how the learn through play. Build strong parent corporative relationships with the children’s parents.
June 2008-December 2008
Cherry Grove Preschool and Childcare Center
14303 E. Evan Dr. Aurora Co 80014
Director: Veronica Adams
Position: Assistant Teacher
Provide assistance to the Lead Teacher and Group Leader in everyday activities. Assist teacher in planning and implementing lesson plans. Help with meals and snack preparation and modeling good table manners. Help maintain a clean, orderly and organized classroom.
June 2007-December 2007 Nine West Shoe Store
8401 Park Meadows Center Dr. Lone Tree Co 80124
Supervisor: Lacey Pyeatte
Position: Floor/Sales Manager
Supervise and train new sale associates. Receive, scan and stock inventory, complete daily sales report and maintain personal sale quota. Implement visuals, floor plans and equipment to imitate the layout of the store. Open store and prepare for business or close store with closing sales associate.
September 2005-May 2006 Sa-von Pharmacy
Tech Center 8557 E. Arapahoe Blvd.
Supervisor: Aja Carter
Position: Pharmacy Technician
Interaction with patients that need prescription filled or refilled. Verify patient’s personal information at drop off window with the patient before filling prescriptions. Assist pharmacist in filling, scanning and verifying medication with prescription. Assist patients at the pickup window with medication. Receive, verify, scan and restock incoming medicine weekly.
June 2004-August 2005 The Gap
Park Meadow Mall
Position: Sales Associate
Stock merchandise to meet inventory expectations. Follow visual directives to play new floor plans, window visuals and markdowns. Train new employees for sales associate positions. Interaction with management to focus on the company goals.
Spring 2009-Fall 2009 Community College of Aurora
Fall 2010 Arapahoe Community College
9/9/2004 Arapahoe Community College
5900 S. Santa Fe. Dr. P.O. Box 9002, M2280 Littleton Co 80160
Good background article here: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/18/magazine/what-if-the-secret-to-success-is-failure.html?pagewanted=all
Envisioned by Elizabeth Peralta8350 East Yale Ave
Denver Colorado 80231
•A Science of Universal Education
and Universal Traditions
•Integration of “Original Education” which include;
•Integration of these philosophies and theories enable a successful intervention to closing learning gaps and support the NCLB act
•Neuropsychology acknowledges the Montessori method as a brain-based and developmental approach which successful connects healthy brain nuggets and a well-developed network of brain fibers
•Steven Hughes, Ph.D. has expressed in his article “Neuropsychology and Montessori” the Montessori method is like education designed by a pediatric developmental neuropsychologist
•Mission statement for Universal Education
•Education is absorbing knowledge through real-life experiences
•Educating through brain-based and developmental appropriate methods
•Educators are designed to be “observers, elaborators, modelers, evaluators, planner and “neuropsychologist”
Belief in alternative avenues of preserving philosophies and technology
•Belief in infusion of theory and philosophies
•Providing evidence through a diverse environment and a team of professional’s to create new knowledge through research and discovery
• Belief that children can be engaged and contribute to society as a productive citizens
•Collaboration of like-minded leaders to develop a sustainable public school by preserving traditional Montessori methods, Reggio Emilia, Rudolf Steiner theories
•Create conventional network through virtual global collaboration
•Montessori method, Reggio Emilia and Rudolf Steiner theories have been sustainable and affective for centuries and are authentic pedagogies
•Virtual global collaboration with conventional or non-conventional school systems will generate successful reforms
•Concept: Infusion of Philosophy and Technology
• Belief in the future of global education and the demand of an alternative solution to reform in school systems
•Infusion of technology, discipline and philosophy will insure the preservation of tradition in educational systems
•Preservation of tradition and “Original Education” is critical to the survival of higher learning and incorporating brain-based education into conventional systems
•Collaboration and unity is the future and survival of educational systems and our future civilization
•A science of Universal Education
•There is a science about education and it should be acknowledge as a living organism which functions like a global network enabling the development of civilizations that embrace peace, kindness, justice, respect and the needs and welfare of others core values
•Universal Educational Approach
•Children are explorers, who function as performing individuals who effect every aspect of life through real-life experiences which is “Original Education”
•Children should experience a sense of responsibility, dignity which creates positive ethics, morals and core values
•Children have a special function in any conventional or non-conventional school system which is to experience, observe and demonstrate their knowledge through self-expression and “free will” determined by self-discipline
•We propose to change the way children learn from their educational environment, teachers and one another by focusing on brain-based teaching and developmental methods of learning
• Create a environment for research and educating children to achieve a sense of prosperity, unity and diversity in people, community and as individuals
•Create a diverse and innovating atmosphere that will enhance the natural senses of learning and exploring cognitive, intellectual, social and academic outcomes produced by their ability to master self-discipline and teacher initiated learning
•Sustained pedagogy Improver’s
•Montessori, Reggio Emilia and Rudolf Steiner pedagogy, theories and methods of educating children are brain-based, developmental mechanisms that allow children to make creative choices in discovering people, places, and knowledge of the world. It is hands-on learning, self-expression, and collaborative play in a diverse environment of respect, peace, and joy
•American Montessori Society
•The Association Montessori International/USA
•Denver School of Waldorf-Rudolf Steiner
Collaborate with Founders Fund, Google, Facebook, Apple Inc., IBM
IPO/Agricultural Bank of China, Industial and Commerical Bank of China, American International Assurance
•Mission statement for universal Education
•Universal Educational is a multi-functional science that is in harmony with the integrity of children. Our focus is on the science of unity and dignity within each child and their ability to achieve prosperity
•Our goal is to provide leadership and inspire children’s nature talents and development of their academic, physical and moral health
Incorporating a virtual network into conventional and non-conventional school systems to ensure universal and global education enabling collaborative networking among practitioners
Infusion of philosophy and technology will ensure the future of education by creating a conventional virtual network within school systems
•Achievement for Universal Education
•Our focus is on the prosperity of each child, in all areas of learning and growth. Children’s integrity and sense self-discipline is valuable and a critical part of our educational system
• Goal is to infuse philosophy with technology to preserve universal tradition
•Infusion of philosophy entering into 2012 through 2020 is not sustainable enough without integrating global virtual technology or collaborating with global networking companies
•Virtual Global Network
•Global, national and local networking and operating is the key to global reform allowing the success of global standard testing and assessments
•Do local, national and global educational systems agree with global standard assessments and testing?
•Which leads to attainable and successful GPA’s and PISA’s?
•Virtual education demonstrates global collaboration among school officials, board’s of education, colleges and universities
•Virtual Global Education connects every district, region, state, province of country and continent to continue collective collaborative practices
•To create a National standardized educational system for children living in the U.S. and globally. By Introduce a new approach to educating children through local and universal energy . By infusing philosophy, technology, observation and laboratory investigation.
•Establish a tuition-free University for young children of all ages, backgrounds and financial circumstances.
•Effectively organizing a collective team of professionals dedicated to establishing a University children.
•Allowing our team of professionals to establish a branch of standardized testing to take place Nation Wide in an environment that is stimulated by educators seeking a higher ground of Universal Education.
•National Education Association and the American Teachers Association are parallel to the integration of American public, private and charter school
•Certainly (NCLB) ACT of 1965 No Child Left Behind is waging a gap between raising achievement
•(NCLB) ACT OF 1965, Incarnation of President Lyndon Johnson’s Elementary and Secondary Education
•Purpose-Raise achievement and close achievement gaps by developing a University for Children
•NEA has made many proposals for rewriting the (NCLB) ACT of 1965 and this is were Universal Education will provide Effective Intervention
•Collaborating with the American Federation of Teachers
•Integration of “Original Education” and technology is the first step to local, national and global reform
•Integration of sustained pedagogy and “Original Education” which includes:
•Collaboration with local, national and global universities
•Create a global network of accelerated learning
•Create a diverse environment and atmosphere that enhances the natural senses of learning by enabling every learning experience to be a structured higher learning atmosphere by integrating primary, secondary environments with high school which enables high schools to collaborate with local colleges and universities
We ask the partnership with local, national and global Universities, school’s and communities
•American Montessori Society
•Mckinsey & Company
•(UNESCO)United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
•European Cultural Convention
•Lisbon Recognition Convention
•European Convention of Human Rights
•League of European Research
•Comparative and International Education Society
•Colorado Local Formula
We ask for the partnership of local school’s to engage in collaborative practices
•Make a Mess and Make Believe
•Denver of Waldolf School
•The Montessori Children’s House of Denver
•Colorado International School
•Denver School of Arts
•Montessori Academy of Colorado
•Collective collaborative practice demonstrates local and national innovative educational reform system
Grouping of students should be flexible
•Classes are designed to have a variety of ages in the same class and have purposefully chosen class names that are “outside the box” to reflect our philosophy and school program
•Class designations do not reflect or conform to those of traditional school settings
•Laboratory- Birth to five years
•Intermediate 1- Five years to ten years
•Intermediate 2- Ten years to fifteen years
•Accelerate Program-fifteen years to eighteen years (Bachelors Degree achievement)
•Universal degree program- eighteen years to twenty-five years (Masters Degree & Doctorates Degree achievement)
•Compare the success of Universities for adults
•National enrollment and graduation rates
•Mckinsey & Company research; U.S. needs to produce roughly one million more college graduates a year by 2020 to hold our global economy and preserve the living standards of U.S. citizens
• Accelerate Program
• Universal Degree
• Create Universal Degree
•National & Global Objective
•Our job is to design a system the provides research for (UNESCO) United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization , Association of American Universities(AAU) and (NEA) National Education Association through moral, social, intellectual and academic outcomes of children’s development and growth. Our system will enable us to collectively collaborate with like-minded colleagues nationwide and globally to establish harmony and integrity within school systems
•National graduation rating
•National Dropout rate
•OECD’s Programme for International Student Achievement (PISA)
•Whole system reform in Ontario-Michael Fullan Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto Special Advisor on Education to the Premier of Ontario/The How the World’s Most Improved School System’s Keep Getting Better report by MsKinsey & Company
•U.S. Department of Education-College Completion
•Mckinsey & Company-How the World’s Most Improved School Systems keep Getting Better
•Mckinsey & Company-Winning by degrees: the strategies of highly productive higher-education institutions
•The Association Montessori International/USA Neuropsychology and Montessori by Steve Hughes, Ph.D.