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Baynard Bailey

Vassar College Box 621

124 Raymond Avenue

Poughkeepsie, NY 12604

babailey@vassar.edu (845) 437-7279

 

OBJECTIVE

To obtain an online education position utilizing my information technology skills to train, communicate and collaborate using instructional technology (view e-Portfolio).

 

EDUCATION

University of Maryland University College

M. Ed. Candidate 2008 Instructional Technology

Advanced Professional Certificate Bus. Ed. & K-12

 

Vassar College

B.A. English 1991

Elementary Education Certification MD

 

EXPERIENCE:

 

Media Cloisters Manager, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY 2007 – Present

Academic Computing Services

The Media Cloisters is dedicated to promoting and supporting the use of multimedia materials and tools for learning, teaching, and research. It is a gathering place for students, professors, librarians, IT professionals and community members engaged in planning, evaluating and reviewing the efforts of research and study utilizing the whole range of technology literacies.

 

The Cloisters is a high-tech hub with vital connections to the Learning and Teaching Center, the Library, the Reference Desk, and Academic Computing Services. The Media Cloisters is in the library, the intellectual center of the campus. Vassar supports and advocates a relationship to technology in our learning and teaching that is always informed by critical thinking.

 

Duties include:

  • Consulting with faculty and administrators in the use of instructional technology in support of the College Mission.

  • Planning and executing a calendar of talks and workshops for the college community covering a wide range of instructional technology topics including (but not limited to) video editing, audio editing, graphic design, web design, social networking and emerging technologies.

  • Training faculty and staff in the use of iMovie, Final Cut, YouTube, iPhoto, wikis, blogs, Photoshop, Illustrator, CS3, Screencasting, Smartboards, Audacity, Garageband, Podcasting, RSS, iTunes U, Dreamweaver, Google Earth, Skype, and and emerging technologies.

  • Managing and collaborating with two dozen student employees.

  • Consulting with faculty to design instruction and create customized workshops specific to instructional needs.

  • Producing and curating an online multimedia archive of instructional materials in support of teaching and learning.

 

Information Technology Teacher, Carver Center for Arts & Technology, Towson, MD 1999 – 2007

Business Education Department, Baltimore County Public Schools

Teaching and codifying a wide range of programming and computer applications courses in a high school setting for students enrolled in a Business Magnet Program leading to Information Technology completer status from the Maryland State Department of Education.

Courses Taught:

  • Programming Courses: VB.net, HTML, JavaScript, Java, AP Computer Science, QBasic, C++ & Alice 2.0.

  • Computer Applications Courses: Computer Information Processing I, Computer Information Processing II, Microsoft Office User Specialist Training, Microcomputer Applications

Extracurricular Responsibilities:

  • FBLA Advisor: Meeting bimonthly with award-winning high school club in preparation for district and statewide Future Business Leaders of America competitions.

  • Parent/Faculty Liaison: Compiled an email database of parents wishing to receive news and notices electronically. Editing and publishing a monthly e-newsletter to promote community collaboration.

  • Prime Switch Day Coordinator: Organized and executed a school-wide freshman class exchange of all 9th graders so that all they could sample and learn from the different magnets.

  • Web Site Developer: Pioneered Carver’s first web site. Producing QuickTime and Flash movies to communicate with parents and to market Carver’s magnet programs.

  • School Improvement Team: Logistics team facilitator in preparation for accreditation.

 

Computer & Drama Teacher, Shrine of the Little Flower School, Baltimore, MD 1998 - 1999

Developed and implemented computer curriculum for primary schoolwork centered on word processing, graphics, and stories integrating text and graphics. Duties included maintaining and updating a combination of Windows and Macintosh systems. Rehearsed, scripted, directed, and scheduled performances for all grades.

 

ESL 1-2 Grade Teacher, Nusantara Learning Center at the French School of Bali, Indonesia 1996 - 1998

Designed and taught lessons to a first grade classroom of expatriate children, predominantly ESL students.

 

Drama Specialist, Public School 83, New York City, NY. 1995 - 1996

Directed the drama program and taught drama classes at an inner city elementary school in Spanish Harlem.

 

Japanese Exchange and Teaching Assistant Language Teacher, Wadayama, Japan. 1994 - 1995

Hired by the Japanese government to promote the speaking of English in the public schools. Designed lesson plans, homework assignments, and tests for 400 first- and second-year high school students.

 

Vassar Maguire Teaching Fellow, Sanata Dharma University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. 1991 - 1993

Taught English to undergraduates at a teachers’ college. Implemented a variety of upper level curricula. Focused on drama, literature, cross-cultural understanding, business and creative writing. Served students in class sizes ranging from twenty to fifty. Mastered spoken Indonesian.

 

Computer Intern, Computer Center, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York. 1987 - 1989

Managed user lab and maintained services for 2,500 people. Prevented and repaired system failures, led software training workshops. Recovered lost data and repaired faulty disks and software.

 

ACTIVITIES

Going for walks, playing squash, and soaking up HD fun when I can on my x-box 360.

 

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