Kate Demello

Freelance Biography Writer & Article Writer

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Location:Swansea, Massachusetts, United States
Profile:https://www.freelanced.com/katedemello
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Kate DeMello
66 Sailmaker Ct. ? Swansea, MA 02777 ? 508-678-8248 ? katedemello@gmail.com
Adjunct Faculty
Dedicated and passionate college professor eager to expand teaching career. Offer a passion for education and desire to aid students in fulfilling their academic and professional goals.
Core Competencies
? Classroom Management
? Creative Lesson Planning
? Curriculum Development ? Detail-oriented
? Mentoring
? Curriculum Design
Experience
NORTHPOINT BIBLE COLLEGE, formerly ZION BIBLE COLLEGE
Haverhill, MA
Adjunct Faculty, 8/07 to Present
Office of Recruitment(Administrative Assistant), 6/05 to 8/07
Assistant Director of Christian Service, 6/05 to 6/06
Faculty Assistant (Intern), 8/03 to 5/05

Hired as an adjunct faculty member upon completion of Masters degree, created and developed new classes, as well as existing classes in the curriculum.
Key Contributions:
? Created several new classes on demand from curricular foundations to instruction.
? Earned high marks from students for relating content to practical life and future work.
? Developed and implemented mentoring platforms for all students in my classes.
? Taught students and individuals with learning challenges within a mainstreamed, inclusive classroom.
? Was one of the first faculty members to develop, design, and implement online courses, using blackboard.
Education & Credentials
NORTHCENTRAL UNIVERSITY — Prescott, AZ
Ph.D. in Education, emph. Curriculum and Teaching, June 2011 – present
Current GPA of 4.0, expected completion 2/2016

GORDON CONWELL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY — South Hamilton, MA
M.A. in Theology, August 2005 – December, 2006
GPA of 3.3

ZION BIBLE COLLEGE — Barrington, RI
B.A. in Bible, Minor in Christian Education, August 2002 – May 2005
Graduated with high honors

UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND — Kingston, RI
Exercise Science & Athletic Training, August 1996 – May 1999