Vicki A. Martinez
UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education, G.P.A.
3.500. I have a minor degree in Library Science.
SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY Graduate Courses
Fifteen hours toward an add-on certification in Special Education. G.P.A. - 4.0.
Fifteen hours toward a Masters in Educational Technology G.P.A - 4.0
NETT Conference Presenter 2008
Topics: Jazzin' It Up with Game Shows In the Classroom
Topic: Blogging in the Classroom
LACUE Conference Presenter 2007
Topic: Graphing and Data Links Web Page related to a "Tinker Plots" software presentation.
NETT Conference Presenter 2007
Topic:"Teaching With Technology: Lessons That Pack A Punch"
Lacue Teaching with Technology
JANUARY, 2011 to present ABNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
I am currently employed as a librarian. My responsibilities include teaching Kindergarten through Fifth Grade students library skills and managing the library inventory.
AUGUST, 2006 ABNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
I was employed as a fourth grade regular education teacher for math, science, and social studies.
I was also a TAP Mentor or Support Teacher.
Class Web Site: www.vickimartinez.com
Supervisor: Mike Alford
2007, Web Pages Designed for Dr. Jason Hancock for Presentation to
St. Tammany Parish Teachers
2007 Parent Ed Web Page Designed for Abney Elementary
JUNE, 2007 CREEKSIDE JUNIOR HIGH
Through July 2007
LEAP Summer Remediation - ELA
Supervisor: Mrs. Lisa Virga
OCTOBER, 2006 ABNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Superviosr: Mike Alford
JANUARY, 2006 TCHEFUNCTE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Through May 2006,
I taught fourth grade regular education students using the Guaranteed Curriculum of St. Tammany Parish for Math, Science,
Art, P.E. I was temporarily transferred to this school due policy changes of the parish regarding teachers displaced due to Hurricane Katrina.
Supervisor: Mrs. Roxanne Lagarde
OCTOBER,2005 CLEARWOOD JUNIOR HIGH
I was employed as a fourth grade regular education teacher for Math, Science, and Art.
I was transferred to this school due to flooding of Abney Elementary, my original school, during Hurricane Katrina.
Supervisor: Mr. Allen Bennett
AUGUST, 2004 ABNEY ELEMENTARY
I was employed as a fourth grade teacher for all subjects.
Supervisor: Ms. Jane Freeman
BONNE ECOLE / WHISPERING FOREST ELEMENTARY
I was employed as a special education teacher . I taught fourth grade
and fifth grade math at Bonne Ecole and first and second grade reading
at Whispering Forest .
SEPTEMBER, 2003 MASONIC LEARNING CENTER
I was employed as a teacher - facilitator for the program developed by the
Scottish Rite Hospital in Texas for children with Dyslexia.
AUGUST, 1984 ST. MARGARET MARY SCHOOL
1050 Robert Road
Slidell, LA 70458
I was employed as a fifth grade teacher for six years. My responsibilities
included evaluation and instruction in Math, Reading, Religion, English,
Science, Social Studies, Spelling. I then taught a combination class of
fourth and fifth grade honor students for one year. From that time until
the present I have been teaching fourth grade. This also includes incor-
porating an extended list of computer programs on ten IBM compatible
computers to reinforce classroom instruction, as well as involving the children in several Internet based projects.
Supervisor: Bobby Ohler, Principal
(643 - 4612)
AUGUST, 1997 EDUCATION STATION
70 Brown Switch Road
Slidell, LA 70458
I was employed part time as a sales associate. My responsibilities included
advising parents and teachers and recommending appropriate educational materials as needed.
Supervisor: Kay Everman ( 641 - 8692 )
SEPTEMBER, 1977 GLYNN H. BROCK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
through Carey Street
APRIL, 1981 Slidell, LA
I was employed as a third grade teacher. My
responsibilities included evaluation and instruction
in the areas of reading, language arts, science, social
studies, and physical education. Supervisor: Melba
SEPTEMBER, 1976 ST. TAMMANY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
through Cleveland Avenue
MAY 1977 Slidell, Louisiana
I was a teacher for learning disabled children in grades six through
My responsibilities included setting up individual education programs
based on assessed needs in reading, language, art, and math.
Supervisor: Victor Doucette.
JULY, 1976 UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS
SEPTEMBER, 1976 New Orleans, Louisiana
I was employed as a secretary in the College of Education. My
responsibilities included typing , calculating graduate student grade
point averages, filing, operating a Xerox machine, and answering
the telephone. Supervisor: Dr. Milton Ferguson
JUNE, 1975 GREATER NEW ORLEANS FEDERATION OF CHURCHES
through New Orleans, Louisiana
I was employed as a secretary and a receptionist. My
responsibilities included taking dictation, typing filing, and
answering the telephone. Supervisor: Dr. David Mason.
JUNE, 1975 AUDUBON BUSINESS SCHOOL
through International Trade Mart Building
DECEMBER, 1975 New Orleans, Louisiana
I was employed as a receptionist. My responsibilities
included answering the telephone, taking dictation,
typing, filing, and obtaining new business clients
through telephone solicitation. Supervisor: Elizabeth Kammer
College of Education Deans Award
Library Science Faculty Award
Kappa Kappa Iota Loretta R. Doer Award
1985 St. Margaret Mary Teacher of the Year Award
1992 Who's Who Among America's Teachers
2008- Abney Elementary Teacher of the Year
2008 Monteleone Technology Grant Award
Phi Kappa Phi 2008
NETT Conference Presenter - July, 2007
"Teaching With Technology, Lessons That Pack a Punch"
Northshore Reading Council
Membership Chair Person - 2007
2004 to Present
Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society
1975-1982: President 1975-1976
National Council of Teachers of English (UNO Chapter)
1975-1976; President 1975-1976
Alpha Theta Epsilon Honor Society
Kappa Delta Pi National Bicentennial
Biennial Convocation Delegate, 1976