The Gilbert School
High School Art Teacher. Classes include:
Introduction to Design- Classes focus on Understanding the Elements of Art and Principles of Design. The Elements or Art and Principles of Design are also key concepts further discussed in all art classes.
Drawing & Painting- Students develop an understanding for use of materials as well as application as it applies to several periods of art history as well as cultural influences.
Graphic Design 1 & 2- A main focus for these classes is to develop a strong sense of planning through brainstorming and researching. Students also build skills such as software skills (Adobe Creative Suite), typography, communication and collaboration.
Web Design- Students learn the basics of HTML and CSS. Students all learn how to plan a website for multiple pages, basic interactivity and incorporating a variety of multimedia.
Digital Photography- Students develop basic camera and Photoshop skills and learn how to control the cameras shutter and aperture to achieve desired focusing and lighting effects. Students also learn the fundamentals of using symbolism to communicate through photography.
Winsted, Connecticut, United States
Intervention Specialist and Court Liaison. Responsible for planning and facilitating individual and group training sessions with integrity and fidelity towards Treating Addictive Disorders and Reasoning and Rehabilitation curriculum. Provide Case Management and client assessments. Monitor and document achievement of goals identified in client’s Individual Service Plan. Client’s risk level, criminogenic needs, treatment goals, interventions, urinalysis results and any other pertinent information is reported to the court system.
- November 2008
New Britain, Connecticut, United States
Senior Case Manager
Senior Case Manager for intensive, highly structured outpatient adolescent treatment program. Responsibilities include: Case Management of up to 40 youth at risk, supervising and maintaining hire for four case managers, utilizing Microsoft office to maintain and create program forms and spreadsheets, assisting and running group therapy sessions, organization of recreational programs, academic support, preparation of meals, certified behavior management, journal activities, transportation of clients, and continued communication with appropriate resources including, families, probation, schools, and DCF.
- November 2006
Plainville, Connecticut, United States