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Terry Espejo Curriculum Vitae

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  1. Terry EspejoCurriculum Vitae For: Prince George School District 57 District Principal - Aboriginal Education

  2. Academic Preparation • Bachelor of Education, University of Alberta. English, Physical Education • Post Baccalaureate Diploma - Special Education. University of British Columbia. Learning Disabilities, Behavior Disorders. • Master of Education. University of British Columbia. Educational Administration

  3. Professional Experience 1. Secondary Teacher • October 1986 - Present - Prince George School District # 57 • English, Math, Social Studies, Science, Law 12, Geography 12, Learning Assistance, Alternate Education, Pre-Employment Program, Youth Corrections

  4. Prof. Exp. Continued 2. Education Technical Advisor (First Nations Education Consultant) • April 2002 - April 2003 - Carrier Sekani Tribal Council • Authored proposals, Community Consultations on Education Services, Research on Carrier Sekani Education Authority

  5. Prof. Exp. Continued 3. Elementary - Junior / Secondary School Principal. • February 2000 - July 01. Namgis First Nation, T’lisalagi’lakw School. Alert Bay, British Columbia. (Leave of Absence from Prince George School District # 57). • Comprehensive Language / Cultural Curriculum • Pre-school, K - Grade 10, Alternate Education

  6. Prof. Exp. Continued 4. Elementary-Junior Secondary School Principal • August 1997 - August 1998. Takla Lake First Nation. Nuzwadeezulh Community School. Takla Lake, British Columbia. (Leave of Absence from Prince George School District # 57 • Introduced cultural programs in songs, dances and outdoor survival using community members

  7. Prof. Exp. Continued • Nuzwadeezulh Community School Continued: • Pre-school, Kindergarten - Grade 10, Alternate Education, Adult Education • Introduced technology to school infrastructure

  8. Prof. Exp. Continued 5. Correctional Services Consultant • March 1990 - March 1993. BC Ministry of Attorney General - Corrections Branch • Prince George Youth Custody Center • Designed and implemented sports, recreational, music and cultural programs

  9. Prof. Exp. Continued 6. Work Experience / Recreational Coordinator - Alternate Education • September 1984 - October 1986. Revelstoke School District # 19 • Designed and implemented recreational and work experience programs

  10. Aboriginal Education Experience • Prince George Secondary School Aboriginal Enhancement Schools Network, Team Member. 2010 - present • Purpose is to implement Aboriginal Culture to school activities and improve graduation rates

  11. Aboriginal Education Experience • Co-authored School Plan for Student success to identify strategies to increase Aboriginal students participation rates in work experience. • Data collection is ongoing to examine trends in placement and successful completion rates.

  12. Aboriginal Education Experience • Authored proposal for locally developed courses in Carrier Sekani First Nations cultural studies. • Authored proposal for a school-based Outreach Program that would support “high risk” students to stay in school.

  13. Aboriginal Education Experience Cont. • Aboriginal Education Contact - Prince George District Teachers Association (2006 - 08) • Prince George School District # 57 Aboriginal Education Board, Carrier Sekani Tribal Council Alternate Representative (2002 – 2003) • Nechako Lakes School District # 91 First Nations Education Council Carrier Sekani Tribal Council Representative (2002 – 2003)

  14. Aboriginal Education Experience Cont. • First Nations Education Steering Committee - Carrier Sekani Tribal Council Alternate Representative (2002 - 2003) • North Island College Aboriginal Education Advisory Committee Member (2000 – 01) • School District 85 (Vancouver Island North) First Nations Graduation Task Force Member (2000 – 01)

  15. Aboriginal Education Experience • Authored T’lisalagi’lakw School External Evaluation Catalogue (2001); School Accredited by Ministry of Education Independent Schools Branch for four years. • Participant BCTF First Nations Task Force Meetings. (1997) • Faculty Associate - University of British Columbia Native Indian Teacher Education Program (1996)

  16. Prof. Development / Activities • Prince George District Teachers Association Involvement: - Executive Committee - Member at Large (2010 - present) - PGSS Union Staff Representative (2009 - present) - PGSS Staff Committee Chair (2010 - present)

  17. Prof. Development / Activities Continued Prince George Teachers Association Involvement: • British Columbia Teachers Federation Workshop Facilitator on Classroom Management (2010 - present) • BCTF Income Security Committee Member (2010 - present) • BCTF Research Team Member on Staff Committees (1997)

  18. Prof. Development / Activities Continued • Teacher Mentor for beginning teachers - Prince George School District (2009 - 10) • PGSS Pre-Employment Program Department contact / head (2009 - 11) • Co-authored internal review / evaluation of Camp Trapping Young Offenders Rehabilitation Program as a teacher (1989).

  19. Prof. Development / Activities Continued Attended seminars on: • Teaching Critical Thinking Skills • Social Skills Training • Certified Critical Incident Stress Management • Certified Occupational First Aid Level 2 • Certified Therapeutic Crisis Intervention

  20. Prof. Development / Activities Continued Attended seminars on: • Standardized and Curriculum-based assessments • Assessment for Learning / Formative Assessments • Individualized Educational Plan Development • Teacher Expectations and Student Achievement

  21. Hobbies and Interests • Level 3 Canoeing Certificate • Level 2 National Coaching Certification (gymnastics, volleyball, basketball) • Member of varsity teams in high school and college (basketball, volleyball and wrestling) • Class 4 Unrestricted Professional Drivers’ License

  22. Hobbies and Interests • Enjoy chess, playing guitar, outdoor activities • Prince George Folk Festival Volunteer • Cluculz Lake Volunteer Fire Department member

  23. References • Sherry Thibault, Principal Prince George Secondary School (250) 562 - 6441 (Business) • Marlene Erickson, Chairperson Prince George School District # 57, Aboriginal Education Board (250) 562 - 5848 (Business)

  24. References • Kap Manhas, Vice-principal Prince George Secondary School (250) 562 - 6441 (Business) • Paige French, Aboriginal Education Worker Prince George Secondary School (250) 562 - 6441 (Business)

  25. References 5. Sandra Teegee, Education Councilor (ex-officio), Takla Lake First Nation (250) 564-0291 (Business) (250) 564-3923 (Residence) • Ann Abraham, School Trustee (ex-officio)Takla Lake First Nation (250) 614-0025 (Residence) (250) 617-4653 (Cell)

  26. References 7. Beth Hunter, Teacher Prince George Secondary School (250) 562-6441 (Business) 8. Marilyn Ireland, Teaching Assistant Prince George Secondary School 250-562-6441 (Business)