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Ashley Ingraham

Student at Brenau University majoring in Early Childhood Education
Seeking full time or part time Teaching, Tutoring or Training opportunities! Certified Microsoft Office Specialist Word 2013, May 2016 Certified Microsoft Office Specialist Excel 2013, June 2016 Certified Microsoft Office Specialist PowerPoint 2013, June 2016 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Certification, May 2015 Quality Matters: Online Course Development, November 2013 Quality Matters: Peer Reviewer, October 2013
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Ashley Ingraham from St. Mary's, GA, made the Fall 2018 Dean's List at Brenau University

Ashley Ingraham from St. Mary's, GA, achieved Brenau University dean's list honors for the Fall 2018 semester. Ingraham is a earning a second degree in Early Childhood Ed. Dean's list students mus...

February, 18 2019 - Verified by Brenau University
Ashley Ingraham from St. Marys, Georgia Makes the Summer 2018 Merit List at Brenau University

Ashley Lauren Ingraham from St. Marys, Georgia, achieved Brenau University's Merit List Honors for the summer 2018 semester. Ingraham is a class of 2022 student majoring in Early Childhood Educatio...

August, 30 2018 - Verified by Brenau University
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Spring 2007
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Delta Sigma Pi
Pledge class president
Fall 2008 - Spring 2010 - Kennesaw State University
Substitute Teacher at Camden County School System
- Work cooperatively with all school personnel, maintain a professional manner with students and parents and perform all duties as required. - Maintain a flexible and organized classroom in order to foster a safe and positive learning environment for all students, in accordance with established policies and regulations of the School Board. - Supervise students in and out of the classroom environment to assure the health, welfare, and safety of students, while taking reasonable precautions to protect equipment, materials and school property. - Implement existing lesson plans in a manner that ensures the integrity of academic time and motivates students to learn and participate. This includes the management of the learning environment and providing instruction on a variety of topics. As well as assigning reasonable tasks and homework to students in accordance with the lesson plans. - Adhere to the plans and schedules set forth, which includes maintaining the established routines and procedures of the school and classroom, ensuring appropriate use of learning time throughout the day. - Encourage, monitor, and promote student progress by utilizing different teaching methods to address and engage various learning styles and individual personalities. - Report all student injuries, accidents, illnesses, and discipline problems to the school personnel immediately as well as provide a brief report for the teacher, in writing, on the days activities at the conclusion of each day. - Follow policies and regulations in keeping classroom notes and student records, ensuring confidentiality of all information.
October 2015 - Present
Adjunct Professor at Kennesaw State University
- Providing challenging course work, innovative projects and stimulating exercises while utilizing active learning techniques and a hands-on approach and promote utilization of the latest technology to cultivate a greater set of post educational skills. - Teaching Information Systems and Communications to over 80 students per semester for two years as well as Information Systems management to over 55 students each semester for 1 year in accordance with the Coles College of Business approved course description and course outlines. - Developing new course syllabi for classes based on official course outlines, including information on assignments, weekly in-class activities, discussions, online supplementary materials and guidelines for student attendance and absence. These include established office hours for student conferences. - Presenting information systems course content to almost 200 students each week while guiding them in open discussions about various IS, IT and ISA related topics. - Leading students in course work-study including case studies on Google, Apple and financial policies, including dealer-broker record retention requirements and their impact on the use of the cloud for financial institutions. - Maintaining active interest and knowledge of current practices that affect the discipline and field of study through continuing education. - Using computer applications, such as MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint to access, create, edit, print, send, retrieve and manipulate data and information to be stored online. - Developing reports and provide documents to verify completeness, correctness and consistency for up to 1,000 assignments throughout academic school year. - Creating content for web-based publishing using HTML in Notepad ++, to be published with Filezilla to the student and faculty servers. - Attending scheduled faculty meetings as they pertain to each class and department development meetings throughout the semester.
August 2013 - Present

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