by Ed Davis

Mr. Edward Davis, Curriculum Vitae

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ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC STATE UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Department of Middle and Secondary Education


 

Name:  Edward N. Davis     

Position:  Clinical Instructor

Email:  davisedw@armstrong.edu

Website Link:

Credentials

Educational/Professional Credential

1990-1994     Georgia Southern University
                      Statesboro, Georgia
                      50 Graduate Hours in Educational Leadership

1983-1986     Armstrong State College
                      Savannah, Georgia
                      EdS, Middle Grades Education

1978-1982     Armstrong State College
                      Savannah, Georgia
                      MEd, Middle Grades Education

1973-1977     Tennessee Temple College
                      Chattanooga, Tennessee
                      BS, Secondary English Education


       

Professional Experience

Professional Experience

2007-2011     Armstrong Atlantic State University     Savannah, Georgia
                         Assistant Professor, Middle and Secondary Education

1999-2006     Southeast Bulloch Middle School     Brooklet, Georgia
                         School Principal

1994-1999     Charles Ellis Montessori Academy     Savannah, Georgia
                         School Principal

1992-1994     Gould Elementary School     Savannah, Georgia
                         Assistant Principal

1985-1992     Wilder Middle School     Savannah, Georgia
                         English/Language Arts Teacher

1985-1991     Armstrong Atlantic State University     Savannah, Georgia
                         Adjunct Instructor, Reading/English

1981-1985     Effingham County High School     Springfield, Georgia
                         English Teacher

1979-1981     Central Junior High School     Springfield, Georgia
                         English Teacher

1979-1997     Georgia Air National Guard     Garden City, Georgia
                         Retired at Rank E-7 (Master Sergeant)

Intellectual Contributions

Intellectual Contributions

A. Professional Publications

    Co-author of article, "Working With Ineffective Teachers",
    Principal Leadership, November, 2003

    Author of article, "Getting Needed Research Done", Public
    School Montessorian, Fall, 1996

    Author of Article, "Taking the First Steps", PDS Partners, September, 2009

 

B. Professional Presentations
    
    April, 1997, National Association of Elementary School
    Principal's National Conference, San Antonio, Texas, "The
    Public Montessori School"

    November, 1997, National Charter School Conference, 
    Washington, D.C., "The Public Montessori School"

    November, 2001, National Middle School Association Annual
    Conference, Washington, D.C., "The Crisis Response
    Team--Practical Implementation Ideas" 

    November, 2002, National Middle School Association Annual
    Conference, Portland, Oregon, "The Crisis Response
    Team--Practical Implementation Ideas"

    November, 2003, National Middle School Association Annual
    Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, "The Crisis Response 
    Team--Practical Implementation Ideas"

    November, 2004, National Middle School Association Annual 
    Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, "The Crisis Response
    Team--Practical Implementation Ideas"

    November, 2008, National Middle School Association Annual 
    Conference, Denver, Colorado, "Smooth Transition To and From the Middle"

      November, 2009, National Middle School Association Annual 
    Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, "Effective Teaching in the Middle School"

 

C. Professional Organizations

    Member, National Middle School Association

    Member, National Professional Development School Association

    Member, National Council of Teachers of English

    Member, Georgia Middle School Association

    Member, Georgia Council of Teachers of English

 

D. Other Contributions (grants, etc.)
 

    Peer reviewer for proposals for the 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 National

    Youth At Risk Conference, Savannah, Georgia

    Recognized as a "High Performance Principal" in the state of
    Georgia by Governor Sonny Perdue, August, 2006

    One of twelve school principals nationally selected to 
    participate in the "Leaders for Teacher Preparing Schools"
    project sponsored by the University of Washington, Bothell
    in collaboration with Dr. John Goodlad, 2005-06

    Developed and coordinated the international Collaborative
    Exchange Program between Southeast Bulloch Middle
    School in Brooklet, Georgia and Mittelschule Kitzscher in
    Kitzscher, Germany, 2001-2006

    One of twelve Georgia principals selected to participate in 
    a cooperative international exchange program between the
    Georgia Department of Education and the State of Saxony,
    Germany, 1999-2000

    Named "Principal of the Year" by the Savannah Federation of
    Teachers, 1998

    Presented the "Celebrate Savannah" award by The Georgia
    Guardian newspaper for outstanding community service as
    Principal of Charles Ellis Montessori Academy, May, 1997

    Led the successful application of Charles Ellis Montessori
    Academy to become one of the first two charter schools in 
    the State of Georgia, 1995