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COURTNEY DETTINGER
EDUCATION
Northern Virginia Community College Alexandria, VA Associate of Arts May 1991-May 1993 GPA 3.280 - Graduated Cum Laude. James Madison University Inter-Dis. Social Sciences (No degree received) Harrisonburg, Virginia August 1993-December 1993

Skills and Training
Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) training - August 2011 Virginia Institute of Autism Applied Behavior Analysis Training. Included the fundamentals of ABA, instructional techniques and the analysis of data for the purpose of program development. – August 2011 Autism Institute Training - August 2010 Autism 101 - August 2009 Handle With Care Certified– September 2007, October 2008, August 2009, August 2010, November 2011 ABA training 2007 – 2008 school year CDL (Commercial Drivers License) - January 2001Current SECURE certification – September 2006 MANDT Certification – 1996 - 2005

University of Phoenix Phoenix, Arizona Bachelor of Science- Psychology April 2008 – August 2010 GPA 3.85 – Graduated with Honors University of Mary Washington M.Ed./Special Education – Adapted Curriculum Current GPA 3.92 Fredericksburg, Virginia January 2010 - Present

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
SUBSTITUTE TEACHER Stafford County Public Schools OCTOBER 2012 – PRESENT Stafford, Virginia

First Aid and CPR – December 2011 Behavior Management Training Human Rights Training Incident Report Writing Training Formulating a Positive Behavior Support Plan Training Avoiding Power Struggles Training Extensive training using the principles contained in Discipline with Dignity Participation in annual VAISEF (VA Independent Schools Education Facilities) Conference. 2000 - 2007. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, Internet, Print Shop, Board Maker, Writing with Symbols and Email. Experience with Inspiration, Write Out Loud, Kid Pix, Smart Board Technology, iPad Technology and Encarta Reference Suite.

BEHAVIOR PARAPROFESSIONAL AUGUST 2011 – JUNE 2012 Stafford County Public Schools Stafford, Virginia Heather Empfield Day School and Transition Center BEH. SUPPORT ASSISTANT AUGUST 2009 – AUGUST 2011 Stafford County Public Schools Stafford, Virginia Heather Empfield Day School and Transition Center AUTISM PARAPROFESSIONAL AUGUST 2007 – AUGUST 2009 Stafford County Public Schools Stafford, Virginia Mountain View High School Stafford Middle School EFE MANAGER AUGUST 2005 – JUNE 2007 (EDUCATION FOR EMPLOYMENT) Phillips School ~ Annandale Annandale, Virginia VOC. ASSISTANT/DLS Phillips School ~ Annandale ASSISTANT TEACHER Phillips School ~ Annandale EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST Job Discovery Inc. OCTOBER 2001 – AUGUST 2005 Annandale, Virginia AUGUST 2000 - OCTOBER 2001 Annandale, Virginia JANUARY 1996 - AUGUST 2000 Fairfax, Virginia

Phone: 540-374-8121 Email: [email protected]

COURTNEY DETTINGER
HONORS AND AWARDS
2004 CIL
PROGRAM SUPER STAR AWARD

(PHILLIPS

PROGRAMS)

2006 BSA TROOP 1853 OUTSTANDING 2007 BSA TROOP 199 2012
EDUCATION) KAPPA DELTA PI INDUCTION

LEADER AWARD

SERVICE TO YOUTH AWARD

(INTERNATIONAL

HONOR SOCIETY IN

REFERENCES
KAREN STESHKO (C) 703-919-4553 (W) 703-941-8810 EMAIL [email protected] JAMES GRAYSON (W) 540-658-5910 EMAIL [email protected] JENNIFER
LITTLE (W) 540-371-3104 EMAIL [email protected] NICOLE MYERS, PH.D.

(W) 540-286-8026

EMAIL [email protected]

MARYLEE STEPHENSON (W) 540- 658- 6840 EMAIL [email protected]

PROGRESS TOWARDS LICENSURE
VCLA SCORES: READING

287

WRITING

266

TOTAL SCORE

553

COMPLETED CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT TRAINING FINAL CONTENT AREA CLASS IN PROGRESS

02/17/2011

EXPERIENCE
SUBSTITUTE TEACHER
Stafford County Public Schools

OCTOBER 2012 – PRESENT
Stafford, Virginia

As a substitute teacher for Stafford County Public Schools, I am responsible for classroom management and to teach lessons left by the teacher to the students in the class. If lessons are completed sooner than expected, I am responsible for creating activities that will engage the students. I am responsible for adhering to the duties and responsibilities of a teacher as specified in the Stafford County School Board Policies and Regulations. Specific duties include:    Comply with school and School Board policies and regulations and guidelines provided in the Substitute Teacher's Handbook. Maintain an organized program of instruction based on the lesson plans provided by the teacher. Utilize a variety of appropriate materials and resources for instructional purposes.

Phone: 540-374-8121 Email: [email protected]

COURTNEY DETTINGER
                     Communicate the lesson objective and its importance to students. Utilize appropriate and varied teaching techniques and learning activities both in class and out of class. Perform all the duties and responsibilities of the regular teacher unless released from such duties by the principal or designee. Develop a resource of materials appropriate to a variety of academic levels which may be used to augment the teacher's prepared lesson plans as necessary. Assume responsibility for care of materials, equipment, and facilities in the absence of the teacher. Assume responsibility for a neat, safe environment for students committed to the teacher's care. Practice and promote positive interaction with and among students. Demonstrate enthusiasm for learning. Demonstrate interest in the students and the planned instructional activities. Encourage self-direction and self-motivation in students. Adapt and adjust instructional presentation of subject content to students' needs and interest. Leave the room and materials in a neat and orderly manner. Provide a summary of the day's activities for the classroom teacher. Endeavor to preserve the regular routine of the classroom. Implement fair and consistent methods for managing student behavior. Adhere to guidelines of confidentiality as outlined in federal and state laws and School Board Policies and Procedures. Maintain a record of appropriate attendance and punctuality. Serve as an optimal role model for students, colleagues, and the general public. Maintain a clean, neat appearance, appropriate to position. Comply with all district and school policies and regulations. Perform other duties as assigned.

BEHAVIOR PARAPROFESSIONAL
Stafford County Public Schools Heather Empfield Day School and Transition Center

AUGUST 2011 – JUNE 2012
Stafford, Virginia

With the Heather Empfield Day School and Transition Center, I was responsible for assisting the teacher in the overall management of the classroom. This was accomplished through the following responsibilities:                  Managing the Sensory Room under the guidance of the Occupational therapist for each of the students in the elementary classroom. Occasional lesson planning and teaching to include lessons that would help the students achieve their various IEP goals. Work with students to reinforce learning of material or skills initially introduced by the teacher. Assist the teacher with adapting materials based on the students needs. Assist the teacher with monitoring and supervising student class work. Keeping data for the individual and classroom education plans and behavior plans. Assist the teacher with devising special strategies for reinforcing positive behaviors based upon the individual needs of the students. Implement visual strategies and revise as necessary. Implement prompting techniques and revise as necessary. Provide social skills cueing and reinforcers. Accompany the student to assigned classes and implement behavior strategies as directed by the teacher. Assist the students with daily living skills and self-help skills if applicable. Assist the teacher with data collection, and implementation of B.I.P.s Assist the teacher with technology needs. Work in conjunction with the teacher toward meeting the social and emotional needs of the students. Provide strategies for successful transition. Writing incident reports as required.

Phone: 540-374-8121 Email: [email protected]

COURTNEY DETTINGER
BEHAVIOR SUPPORT ASSISTANT Stafford County Public Schools
Heather Empfield Day School and Transition Center With Empfield Day School and Transition Center, I was responsible for assisting the teacher in the overall management of the classroom. I was also responsible for working one on one with a student with Autism and providing in home support when necessary. This was accomplished through the following responsibilities:                 Occasional lesson planning and teaching to include lessons that would help the students achieve their various IEP goals. Work with students to reinforce learning of material or skills initially introduced by the teacher. Assist the teacher with adapting materials based on the students needs. Assist the teacher with monitoring and supervising student class work. Keeping data for the individual and classroom education plans and behavior plans. Assist the teacher with devising special strategies for reinforcing positive behaviors based upon the individual needs of the students. Implement visual strategies and revise as necessary. Implement prompting techniques and revise as necessary. Provide social skills cueing and reinforcers. Accompany the student to assigned classes and implement behavior strategies as directed by the teacher. Assist the students with daily living skills and self-help skills if applicable. Assist the teacher with data collection, and implementation of B.I.P.s Assist the teacher with technology needs. Work in conjunction with the teacher toward meeting the social and emotional needs of the students. Provide strategies for successful transition. Writing incident reports as required.

AUGUST 2009 – AUGUST 2011 Stafford, Virginia

AUTISM PARAPROFESSIONAL – Stafford County Public Schools
Mountain View High School Stafford Middle School Stafford, Virginia AUGUST 2008 – AUGUST 2009 Stafford, Virginia AUGUST 2007 – AUGUST 2008

With Mountain View High School and Stafford Middle School, I was responsible for assisting the teacher in the overall management of the classroom. This was accomplished through the following responsibilities:           Occasional lesson planning and frequent teaching to include lessons that would help the students achieve their various IEP goals. Assist the teacher with adapting materials based on the students needs. Assist the teacher with monitoring and supervising student class work. Keeping data for the individual and classroom education plans. Assist the teacher with collecting and organizing evidence for the VAAP. Shadow students as they attend classes with their non-disabled peers. Assist students with personal hygiene needs. Assist the teacher with data collection, development and implementation of F.B.A.s and B.I.P.s Assist the teacher with technology needs (Video for the VAAP, Board Maker visuals, Manipulating Digital pictures and captioning within PowerPoint for inclusion in VAAP binders, trouble shooting technology issues within the classroom.) Writing incident reports as required.

Phone: 540-374-8121 Email: [email protected]

COURTNEY DETTINGER
EDUCATION FOR EMPLOYMENT (EFE) MANAGER Phillips School~ Annandale AUGUST 2005 – JUNE 2007 Annandale, Virginia
With Phillips School~ Annandale, I was responsible for coordinating all aspects of the EFE Program including development and maintenance of appropriate work sites for the students and being able to communicate effectively and professionally with other staff participating in the Program. Specific responsibilities included:           Coordinate placement of students and staff at community work sites, providing initial training and follow-up to teaching staff participating in the EFE Program. Plan, develop and implement strategies for developing students’ work skills in the community. Coordinate and prepare students vocational progress reports. Transport and accompany students to EFE sites, observe performance, supervise work training and provide job coaching and assistance as needed. This duty requires the maintenance of CDL License and acceptable DMV driving record. Monitor and teach work-related skills and behaviors to students. Attend student team meetings as necessary and communicate effectively with all student team members and family members regarding program changes and student needs. Report progress, successes and challenges to direct supervisor on a regular basis. Maintain and update all EFE program data including attendance and databases. Assist in school-wide and other Career Education activities as needed. Submit bus requests.

VOCATIONAL ASSISTANT/DLS
Phillips School~ Annandale

OCTOBER 2001 – AUGUST 2005
Annandale, Virginia

With Phillips School ~ Annandale, I was responsible for assisting the Vocational Department in transporting students and staff to their EFE (volunteer community work) Sites and supervising students at their EFE sites, two mornings a week as well as transporting and supervising students during Daily Living Skills trips into the community. Specific responsibilities included:              Maintain CDL License and maintain acceptable DMV driving record. Documenting progress made in each skill area. Writing midyear and end of year progress reports for the students EFE experience using documented data. Document DLS trip purpose and maintain a record of students and staff in attendance. Assist the classroom teachers by making contact with various community businesses and helping plan the trips to get the maximum benefit for the students. Coordinating the planning of the trips with all staff that may be responsible for student supervision. Implement behavior plans for each student while off campus when applicable. Communicating progress made to the classroom teacher in regards to IEP goals and Level System points earned by each student during my supervision of them. With the assistance of classroom staff and related services providers who may be in attendance for Daily Living Skills trips, responsible for the safety and well being of all students during DLS trips. When necessary, assist in crisis intervention. Develop and implement “On Campus Job” program. Pay students weekly for their performance of an “On Campus Job”. Hire and fire students for “On Campus Jobs” and provide feedback to students regarding their “On Campus Job”.

Phone: 540-374-8121 Email: [email protected]

COURTNEY DETTINGER
ASSISTANT TEACHER
Phillips School~ Annandale

AUGUST 2000 - OCTOBER 2001
Annandale, Virginia

With Phillips School ~ Annandale, I was responsible for assisting the teacher in the overall management of the classroom. This was accomplished through the following responsibilities:       Occasional lesson planning and teaching to include lessons that would help the students achieve their various IEP goals. Assistance with developing and implementing the various behavior plans under supervision of the Behavior Specialist assigned. Help the teacher by tracking and administering medications according to the schedules of the students in the classroom. Keeping data for the individual and classroom behavior plans. Supervising students at their EFE sites and during DLS trips in the community Writing reports as requested by the teacher.

EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST
Job Discovery, Inc.

JANUARY 1996 - AUGUST 2000
Fairfax, Virginia

With Job Discovery, Inc., I was responsible for providing a combination of individualized employment and non-employment activities, support, training, and ongoing supervision in a developmental day support, intensive employment environment. Under the direct supervision of the Manager of Employment/Day Support Services, I was responsible for the daily programs for each participant in a group setting. Specific responsibilities included:         Assist in the development and implementation of Individual Service Plans, including, but not limited to, vocational, developmental, social and behavioral skills. Supervise, train, support and monitor individuals in the supported employment and developmental day support services. Responsible to the Manager of Employment Day Support Services for record keeping and documentation; including progress reports, incident reports, attendance/time sheets, evaluation/assessment reports, medication, and production data in a timely, confidential and proper manner. In coordination with the Manager of Employment/Day Support Services and the Behavioral Specialist, assess and evaluate individuals on work skills and behaviors in order to enhance identified strengths, learning new skills, appropriate work habits and behaviors, and assessment of individual work preference. Establish and maintain communication with parents, guardians, and residential counselors regarding the individual’s progress, health and hygiene, and other incidents. Maintain open communications with the site supervisor concerning changes in the program, concerns, notification of late arrivals, or absenteeism. Utilize appropriate behavior management techniques with the guidance and assistance of the Behavioral Specialist. Assist the Manager of Employment/Day Support Services by training, supervising, and monitoring the effectiveness of the Employment Services Technician and other substitutes.

Phone: 540-374-8121 Email: [email protected]

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