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					Scott N. Wilson
CURRICULUM VITA

1627 Cross Center B-Kelly House (office) 405.325-2608 scott.wilson@ou.edu
EDUCATION

University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK - Present Ph.D. Candidate in Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum Completed all course work. University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK - 1999 M.L.I.S. in Library and Information Studies Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford, OK - 1991 B.S. in Natural Science Education
EXPERIENCE

AT UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA, NORMAN, OK:
Star Schools Project Associate Director – K20 Center for Education and Community Renewal  2006 – Present  Responsible for the coordination of the development of the digital game-based learning game environment. Duties include: the implementation of the Agile project management methodology—Scrum—to manage the coordination of the K20 Center Staff, Computer Science development team, and teacher development teams; development/coordination of the digital-based communication platforms (website, SharePoint, etc…) to facilitate communication between stakeholders; identify, negotiate, and maintain partnerships with internal and external partners; and, work with schools, students, and teachers to begin to integrate the digital game-based learning into classroom experiences. Graduate Assistant – Dr. Frank McQuarrie, Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum Department Spring 2006  Responsible for the design, development, and maintenance of a Microsoft Access database.

AT SOUTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, WEATHERFORD, OK:
Adjunct Professor of Introduction to Research – Department of Education  2005 – Present  Responsible for the development and delivery of a graduate research course for education majors. Duties include: Delivery of course content via lecture; facilitating class discussion via small group, large group, and virtual group structures; designing assignments that introduces

students to become a consumer of research; and, assess student performance via class participation, assignments, and exams.

AT OKLAHOMA CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK:
Assistant Administrator – GEAR UP Partnership  2004 – 2006  Responsible for the day-today operations of a 2.9 million dollar federal grant. Duties include: developing and management of a budget; supervising 10 employees; communication with 11 higher education, community, and non-profit partners; coordinating multiple activities with school administration; implementing numerous technology-based programs that promote/assist student matriculation to post-secondary programs; coaching High School teachers to improve student achievement by accomplishing individual goals; creating, developing and implementing curriculum and career based activities for High School students; providing and conducting Professional Development opportunities for High School staffs; development of competitive grant proposals; and development of cohort-wide technology initiatives. Science Curriculum Alignment Coach – GEAR UP Partnership  2004 – 2004  Responsible for the development of science curriculum and support services for GEAR UP cohort. Duties include: coaching High School teachers to improve student achievement by accomplishing individual goals; creating, developing and implementing curriculum and career based activities for High School students; providing and conducting Professional Development opportunities for High School staffs; development of competitive grant proposals; management of the GEAR UP Partnerships web presence; and development of cohort-wide technology initiatives.

AT AURORA LEARNING COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, FAIRVIEW, OK:
Director of Operations/Community Facilitator  2003-2004  Worked as member of a team that developed the budget, promotional materials, and pricing structure for a non-profit organization that is marketing an educational technology environment that promotes virtual learning communities. Other duties include: Provide customer support, the development of training materials, facilitating training sessions, mentoring system users, demonstrating system functionality at state, regional and national conferences.

AT OKLAHOMA CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK:
Educational Technology Services Team Lead – Educational Technology Services  1999 – 2003  Coordinate technology professional development for 5,000 employees, manage staff of 9 professional technology trainers, develop and deliver technical training, designed the Laptop for Teachers Program (28 hrs of Staff Development required before teachers were eligible for laptops), and coordinate technology integration with the Academic Services Division. Instructional Materials Coordinator – Curriculum and Instruction  1999 – 2001  Direct oversight of district’s purchasing, management and distribution of instructional materials to 90+ educational learning centers of the Oklahoma City Public School District, implementation of a instructional materials program including a computerized textbook inventory control program

(Follett Textlink), management of the OCPS Instructional Materials Budget (~$2.5 million/year), develop and deliver technical training to all library media specialist and library media assistants of the district. Master Trainer – Oklahoma/Cleveland Counties Telecommunications and Distance Learning Technology Training Consortium (OKTechMasters)  1999-2003  OKTechMasters was a state level certification as provided by House Bill 1815 and managed by the State Career Technical Education Department. The five-year grant ended 6/30/2002 but held trainings with a 6 -no cost extension. Duties included the delivery, assessment, and revision of instruction for a 28 hr training program with successful completion ending with a state certification. Library Media Specialist – John Marshall High School  1998-1999: Managed a Library Media Center and a thirty-workstation computer lab. Served as a member of district technology committee, preparing and presenting lessons for individual classes, preparing and presenting computer aided instruction, selection of instructional materials, management of a budget ($6,000), system administrator for school’s Local Area Network (Novell 3.1), Webmaster and technical troubleshooting of computers and audiovisual equipment.
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AT MACOMB PUBLIC SCHOOLS, MACOMB, OK:
High School Science Teacher – 8 Grade Life Science, 8 Grade Earth Science, Biology I, Biology II, AP Biology, Chemistry I, Chemistry II, Earth Science, Physical Science, General Science, Botany, Zoology, and Astronomy  1992-1998  Responsibilities included: preparing and presenting lessons for individual classes, preparing and presenting hands-on laboratories for the individual classes, maintaining a laboratory, ordering materials for laboratory, and district assigned duties. District Technology Coordinator – Macomb Public Schools  1994-1998  Responsibilities included: developing the district technology plan, established a Local Area Network using Windows NT 4.0, selection and installation of all district hardware and software. High School Girls Basketball/Softball Coach – Macomb High School Schools  1993-1995  Responsibilities included: coaching Varsity and Jr. Varsity girl’s athletics.
COMMITTEES
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Chair, Technology Committee – Oklahoma Association of Curriculum Developers  2005 – Present Member, Technology Assessment Committee – Oklahoma City Public Schools  2005 – Present Co-Chair, Technology Committee – Oklahoma City Public Schools  1999 – 2003 Chair, Web Presence Committee – Oklahoma City Public Schools  2002 – 2003

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES

Licensed 7-12 Secondary Administrator  2005  Oklahoma State Department of Education Licensed 7-12 Biology Teacher  2005  Oklahoma State Department of Education Licensed 7-12 Botany Teacher  2005  Oklahoma State Department of Education Licensed 7-12 Chemistry Teacher  2005  Oklahoma State Department of Education Licensed 7-12 Earth Science Teacher  2005  Oklahoma State Department of Education Licensed 7-12 General Science Teacher  2005  Oklahoma State Department of Education Licensed 7-12 Physical Science Teacher  2005  Oklahoma State Department of Education Licensed K-12 Library Media Specialist  2005  Oklahoma State Department of Education Licensed 7-12 Zoology Teacher  2005  Oklahoma State Department of Education Certified ScrumMaster  2006  Scrum Alliance Completed Fast Start® in Project Management  2005  Systemation® Completed Project Management for Information Systems  2005  Systemation® Completed Collaborative IRB Training Initiative  2005  University of Oklahoma Certified Thinking Maps® Trainer  2004  Innovative Learning Group® Certified Marco Polo Trainer  2002  WorldCom/Marco Polo Certified Oklahoma City Public Schools Professional Trainer  2001  OCPS Curriculum and Instruction Department Certified Master Trainer  1999  Oklahoma/Cleveland Counties Telecommunications and Distance Learning Technology Training Consortium (OKTechMasters)
TECHNOLOGY COMPETENCIES

Software: Programs that I have a strong back ground in and have developed and conducted trainings on: MS Word 2003, MS Excel 2003, MS PowerPoint 2003, MS Publisher 2003, MS FrontPage 2003, MS Outlook, MS Project, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Internet Usage and Searching, Instructional Management Systems (BlackBoard and ALCA), and Follett Textlink® (instructional materials management module).

Programs that I have use on a regular basis: SAP (OCPS financial system – development of purchase orders; view financial, asset, and human resource reports; processing payment for received goods; etc…), MS SharePoint (A web portal to promote team collaboration), Follett Textlink (Instructional Materials Module), Follett Library Management System (Library Management System), and handheld organizational software (both Palm and Windows Pocket PC platforms). Programs that I have used to complete a special project: Macromedia Flash/Dreamweaver (OCPS Federal Programs Website—http://www.okcps.org/federal_programs/); Macromedia Fireworks; Adobe Page Maker (editing GEAR UP Newsletters); Adobe InDesign® (Desktop publishing for ALCA); Adobe Premier (Videography project in-progress). Programs that I have completed professional training courses: Ms Project 2000 (2000  New Horizons®), Foundations of Novell Networking (2000  New Horizons®), MS Access Level 2 (1999  New Horizons®), and MS Access Level 1 (1999  New Horizons®). Platforms: PC-Windows/Intel, Apple Macintosh, Palm, and Windows Pocket PC
PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS

• Wilson, S. N. & Horvath, M. S. (2005, July). Project I.C.E (Project for integrating Curriculum-aligned E-Portfolios). Paper presented at the National Council for Community and Education Partnerships, San Francisco, CA. • Wilson, S. N., Gleaves, S. L., & Wilson, Sr. D. R. (2005, July). Virtual Mentoring: From Country Roads to City Streets. Convened session at the National Council for Community and Education Partnerships, San Francisco, CA. • Wilson, S. N. & Horvath, M. S. (2003, October). E-Portfolio Partnerships: An Alignment of Grants to Promote Academic Achievement and Showcase Student Success. Paper presented at the Oklahoma GEAR UP Conference, Tulsa, OK. • Wilson, S. N. & Horvath, M. S. (2003, August). E-Portfolio Partnerships: An Alignment of Grants to Promote Academic Achievement and Showcase Student Success. Paper presented at the Oklahoma State School Boards Association Fall Conference, Oklahoma City, OK. • Wilson, S. N., Sacket, G., & Sacket, T. (2003, August). A Spectrum of Solutions: Aurora Learning Community Association. Paper presented at the Oklahoma State School Boards Association Fall Conference, Oklahoma City, OK. • Wilson, S. N. & Horvath, M. S. (2003, July). E-Portfolio Partnerships: An Alignment of Grants to Promote Academic Achievement and Showcase Student Success. Paper presented at the National Council for Community and Education Partnerships, Washington,

D.C. • Wilson, S. N. & Horvath, M. S. (2003, June). Passports to Portfolios: An Urban District’s Journey to Online Portfolios. Paper presented at the National Educational Computing Conference, Seattle, WA. • Wilson, S. N. & Goeltz, B. (2003, April). ALCA-Seltzer: Speedy, Powerful, Simple ELearning Solutions. Paper presented at the Northwestern Council for Computer Education Conference, Portland, OR.
REFERENCES

Dr. Alan Ingram Executive Director of Federal Programs Oklahoma City Public Schools Phone 405-587-0160 ajingram@okcps.org Dr. Frank McQuarrie Associate Professor of Education University of Oklahoma Phone 405-325-1498 fomcquarrie@ou.edu Dr. Gracy Taylor Director of Curriculum Shawnee Public Schools Phone: 405-878-1013 gtaylor@shawnee.k12.ok.us


				
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