Darrin Martin - West Virginia Wesleyan College

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					                              Darrin Martin
                                311 Crabapple Street
                                Bluefield, VA 24605
                                 (276) 322-1370 (H)
                                 (304) 320-9974 (C)
                           martindarrint_18@comcast.net

Education
Ed. D.             Virginia Polytechnic University                                2000
                   Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

M.S.               Radford University                                             1995
                   Educational Leadership

B.S.               Bluefield State College                                        1991
                   Mathematics Education

A.S.               Bluefield State College                                        1990
                   Mechanical Engineering

Professional Experience
2007-       West Virginia Department of Education
            School Improvement Specialist
                Provide direct and on-going assistance to counties in the
                   development and implementation of improvement strategies in the
                   professional development schools.
                Serve as a facilitator for the implementation of support initiatives
                   defined by each assigned professional development school.
                Facilitate the analysis of assessment data and assist county and
                   school staff in the design and delivery of instruction to address
                   identified deficiencies.
                Assist in the development and implementation of the Five-Year
                   Strategic Plan.
                Facilitate staff development based on identified needs to project
                   school staff.
                Work collaboratively with West Virginia Department of Education
                   staff, regional education service agencies, counties, schools and
                   other agencies and organizations to ensure school improvement.

2009-       Edwards Educational Services, Inc
            Alexandria, VA
            Educational Consultant
                Assist schools and districts in evaluating and assessing their
                   current status, needs, and goals.
                   Assist schools in developing long-term plans that connect to their
                    vision and mission.
                   Provide interactive trainings to facilitate participant’s needs.

            iLead 21 National Coordinator
                 Provide trainings for new iCoaches.
                 Manage and monitor the iLead 21 network.
                 Facilitate meetings with iCoaches.
                
            Circuit Rider (Rural Law Enforcement Meth Initiative)
                 Conduct research regarding the manufacturing and distribution of
                    methamphetamine.
                 Share updates, trends and best practices to stakeholders in 11 states.
                 Serve as an intermediary between multiple stakeholders.
                 Provide trainings for state contacts and their constituents.

2000-2007   Concord University, Athens, WV
            Associate Professor, Teacher Education Department

                   Director of Teacher Education (2001-2006)

                   Professional Development School Coordinator
                   Teaching Graduate Courses
                       o EDUC 525 Current Trends in Education
                       o EDUC 535 Philosophy of Educational Leadership
                       o EDUC 540 Assessment and Evaluation in Education
                       o EDUC 550 Special Topics Course-Classroom Management
                       o EDUC 550 Special Topics Course-Effective Instructional
                           Practices
                       o EDEL 500 The Principalship
                       o EDEL 560 Action Research: Educational Leadership
                           Internship
                       o EDEL 570 Organization and Management of Public
                           Schools
                       o EDEL 580 Public School Law
                       o EDEL 590 School and Community Relations

                   Teaching Undergraduate Courses
                       o EDUC 210 Foundations of Education
                       o EDUC 301 Educational Technology
                       o EDUC 305 Educational Psychology
                       o SPED 425 Mathematics Methods for Special Education

                   University Supervisor of Student Teachers
                       o Elementary, Middle and Secondary Students
Program Development
   Developed Educational Leadership Cognate for Master of
    Education (M.Ed.) Program
       o Courses Developed
                EDUC 535 Philosophy of Educational Leadership
                EDUC 540 Assessment and Evaluation in
                 Education
                EDUC 550 Special Topics Course-Classroom
                 Management
                EDUC 550 Special Topics Course-Effective
                 Instructional
                EDEL 560 Action Research: Educational
                 Leadership Internship
                EDEL 570 Organization and Management of Public
                 Schools
                EDEL 580 Public School Law
                EDEL 590 School and Community Relations

   Developed 18 Hour Certification Program in Educational
    Leadership

   Participated in development of Master of Education Program (M.
    Ed.)

   Developed Post Baccalaureate Certification Program

   Developed Alternative Route to Certification Program

   Developed and organized tri-annual Superintendent Symposium
    (Eleven county service area)

   Accreditation- Program Review
    o NCATE Coordinator
    o Educational Leadership Constituent Council Reviewer (ELCC)
    o West Virginia Educator Preparation Program Review Board
    o NCATE State Team (Glenville State College)
    o NCATE State Team-Chair (Bethany College)
    o State Review Team-Chair (Davis & Elkins College)
    o State Review Team- (Appalachian Bible College)
    o State Review Team- (Ohio Valley University)
    o State Review Team-Chair (Salem International University)

   University Service
    o University Board of Governors (Faculty Representative)
    o WV Higher Education Policy Commission (Faculty
       Representative)
    o Faculty Senate
    o Graduate Council
                    o Administrative Policies and Procedures Committee (APPC)
                    o Educational Personnel Preparation Advisory Committee
                      (EPPAC) Chair
                    o Teacher Education Advisory Council (TEAC)
                    o Grade Change Appeal Committee
                    o M. Ed. Exploratory Committee
                    o Minority Recruiting
                    o Facilitator for Education Department
                          Senior-Fest 2000;
                          Mountain Lion-Fest 2001 & 2002


Spring’08-   West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckannon, WV
             Adjunct Professor, Teacher Education
                    Taught undergraduate and graduate course
                           o EDUC 520 Advanced Educational Psychology
                           o EDUC 620 Psychology of Teaching and Learning

Spring ’08   Casenex, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
             Monitor and evaluate professors of online courses

Spring ’07   West Virginia Achievement Project, Center for Professional Development

Spring ’07   Mathematics Coach, Bluefield Middle School, Mercer County Schools

2004-2006    Educational Consultant, Giles County Public Schools, Giles, VA

Spring ’06   Southwest Virginia Community College, Richlands, VA
             Adjunct Professor, Mathematics Department
                    Taught undergraduate course
                           o MATH 115 Math for Liberal Arts Students

Spring ’03   West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
             Adjunct Professor, Educational Leadership Department

                       Taught graduate course
                           o EDLS 611 Principles of Supervision

Summer ‘02   Marshall University Graduate School, South Charleston, WV
             Adjunct Professor, Educational Leadership Department

                       Taught graduate course
                           o EDLS 610 Leadership for School Improvement

1992-        Tazewell County Public Schools, Tazewell, VA
2000         Administrator and Mathematics Teacher
                    Assistant Principal
                             o Graham High School
                             o Richlands High School

                        Taught Geometry, Technical Mathematics and General Math
                        Coached Track

1991-         McDowell County Schools, Welch, WV
1992          Mathematics Teacher

                        Taught Math 7, Math 8, and Algebra I

Certifications
Commonwealth of Virginia Division Superintendent License

Virginia Professional Certificate with endorsements in Elementary, Middle, and
Secondary School Administration

Supervision in Curriculum and Instruction

West Virginia Superintendent License

West Virginia Administrative Certificate PK-Adult

Middle and Secondary Mathematics Education (VA & WV)

Publications
Beginning Teacher Handbook: an Interactive Guide to Effective Teaching. (2005)
Kendall/Hunt Publishing. Dubuque: Iowa.

Teacher Performance Assessment Instrument (2005)

Dissertation: The Change Process: Stages of Concern of The Standards of Learning in
Superintendents’ Region Seven in Virginia

Presentations
Presentation- “Framing Your Success – School Improvement” Toledo, Ohio

Presentation- “Framing Your Success – Using Data to Improve Schools” Newport News,
VA

Training- “iLead 21- Student Leadership Development” East Syracuse NY
Presentation- “School Leadership in the 21st Century” Giles County Administrators
Seminar, Giles County, Virginia.

Presentation- AACTE Annual Meeting and Exhibits, Washington, DC

Presentation-“Seven Components of Effective Leadership” Virginia Association of
Secondary Principals, Hot Springs, VA

Presentation- “Effective Leadership” RESA I Mentoring Workshop, Beckley, WV.
Presentation- “Decision-Making, Listening and Support” Graham High School Academic
Awards Ceremony

Presentation- “Effective Leadership” McDowell County Schools

Presentation- “Leading Through Change” Bland County Public Schools

Grants
West Virginia Partnership for Teacher Quality Grant (2002-2003)- $50,000.

West Virginia Partnership for Teacher Quality Grant (2003-2004)- $40,000.

West Virginia Partnership for Teacher Quality Grant (2004-2005)- $89,000.

West Virginia Partnership for Teacher Quality Grant (2005-2006)- $93,000.

WV SIG Grant (Co-Authored) Three year period – (2005-2006)- $250,000-$300,00

Professional Development Seminars (Attended)
“Vision Shared Conference” Charleston, West Virginia

“West Virginia Partnership for Teacher Quality Conference” Stonewall Jackson Resort

“National Professional Development School Conference” Orlando, Florida.

“WVAACTE Conference” Stonewall Jackson Resort

“AACTE Annual Conference” Washington, DC

“West Virginia NCATE Training” Charleston, West Virginia

“Teacher Education Conference” Norfolk, Virginia

“National Professional Development School Conference” Orlando, Florida

“Mentor/Coach Training” RESA III
“WVDE 21st Century Professional Development Series” Charleston, West Virginia

“Closing the Achievement Gap Conference” Bridgeport, WV

“Professional Development Conference” Atlanta, Georgia

“National Dropout Prevention Conference” Savannah, Georgia

Professional Organizations
National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)

				
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