Dr. Gladys Barrio ,
Instructional Supervisor

Dr. Gladys Barrio, Instructional Supervisor for High School Science.  She holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Miami. Prior to joining Miami Dade County Public Schools, she worked on scientific research at a local scientific research facility affiliated with Florida International University from which she produced over 25 publications and presentations. Dr. Barrio started her teaching career at Braddock Senior High where she taught Chemistry and AP Chemistry for 13 years. At the end of this time, she became a Curriculum Support Specialist followed by District Supervisor. Dr. Barrio has been an adjunct professor at Florida International University, Miami-Dade College and University of Miami teaching various Chemistry and Education courses. Over the years, Dr. Barrio has been involved in many scientific and education projects from local universities and other institutions such as the Lawrence Berkeley Labs in Berkeley, CA.  She presently oversees the science program for the Tier 3 schools under the Office of Academic Support.

Resources:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B4qDivUV0lOMfjRDVVlfY0Vqd3JuOTJTT0pKT21wNENIUVlvS0M3LXMxUC05Vy1Mc3hzV1E


Melissa Martinez Carneiro,
Instructional Supervisor

Melissa Martinez Carneiro is the Instructional Supervisor supporting Science Curriculum and Instruction in Tier 3 Middle Schools. Mrs. Carneiro began her career with MDCPS in 2005 at Miami Jackson Senior High School, where she taught Biology. She also served as Science Coach at Miami Northwestern Senior High School where she led her team of teachers to increase proficiency on the state Science assessment from 26% to 42% in 1 year, achieving the greatest growth margin (+16%) of all high schools supported by the Education Transformation Office. By year 2, Miami Northwestern increased science proficiency to 69%, outperforming several non-supported district high schools. Mrs. Carneiro holds a B.S in Science Education from Florida State University, a M.S.Ed in Education and Social Change from the University of Miami and a M.S.Ed in School Building Leadership from Columbia University.

Resources:
https://sites.google.com/a/etomsscience.org?pli=1

http://science.dadeschools.net/teachers.htm


Marion Chase,
District Supervisor

A member of Team Social Studies with a passion for Social Studies AND literacy! Earned undergraduate degree in History - Secondary Education from St. Thomas University and Master of Education, Reading K-12 from University of Miami. Proud mother of two MDCPS educators.
Team Social Studies is dedicated to supporting the alignment of standards (Next Generation Sunshine State Standards and the Florida Standards for Social Studies) for student-centered social studies instruction in K-8, Middle and High Schools for Tiers 2 and 3. We follow the Miami-Dade County Public School Social Studies site for Pacing Guides, Instructional Resources and the very popular History Labs.
Let’s MAKE History!

Resources - K-8/Middle
FS Informative and Argumentative Writing Rubrics
Middle School Instructional Framework
RH 6-8 Florida Standards
SS GRRM and Lesson Plan Template
WHST 6-8 Florida Standards

Resources - High School
FS Informative and Argumentative Writing Rubrics
High School Instructional Framework
RH and WHST 9-10 Florida Standards
RH and WHST 11-12 Florida Standards
SS GRRM and Lesson Plan Template


Sarah Chatel, Ed.D.
Instructional Supervisor

Sarah Chatel is currently serving Miami-Dade County Public Schools as the Tier 3 Instructional Supervisor for K-8 schools in the Division of Academic Support. Prior to becoming an Instructional Supervisor, Sarah worked for nearly 10 years in multiple grades at the Elementary level teaching both Literacy and Math. While working as a teacher, Sarah was involved with the University of Florida and the Ready Schools Initiative and was trained to create and facilitate professional development opportunities for educational leaders across the district. She is certified by the National School Reform Faculty and has traveled and trained many educators across the state of Florida on facilitation of Professional Learning Communities. Most recently, Sarah worked in the Education Transformation Office as a Curriculum Support Specialist in Literacy and in the Office of School Improvement where she supported schools in the process of continuous improvement. Sarah holds a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from Florida Atlantic University, a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Florida, and a Doctorate degree in Curriculum and Instruction, also from the University of Florida. In addition to developing and supporting schools in M-DCPS, Sarah spends her time traveling and enjoying the company of her family and two young children

 


John Crary, Ed.S.
Instructional Supervisor

John began his teaching career as a middle school math teacher in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York City. Prior to moving to Miami, he served as a Presidential Management Fellow, working in the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Innovation and Improvement. During this two-year fellowship, he focused on improving the outcomes of the Department’s teacher quality programs. Since moving to Miami in 2008, John has taught middle school math (from 6th grade to Honors Algebra 1), and served as an instructional coach in two middle schools. John has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Washington University in St. Louis, a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Syracuse University, and an Education Specialist’s degree from Florida State University.

Website Link: 
https://sites.google.com/site/etomsmathresources/home  

https://sites.google.com/site/dashsmathresources/home


Walter Fajet, Ed.S.
Instructional Supervisor

Walter Fajet is currently the Instructional Supervisor for Tier 3 High School. Mr. Fajet holds certification in English 6-12, ESOL K-12, Reading K-12, and Educational Leadership. He has worked as a literacy teacher and coach at the Elementary, Middle, and High School levels in Miami Dade County Public Schools. Prior to that, he spent 8 years as a post-graduate research assistant and adjunct professor at the University of Miami’s School of Education.

High School Curricular Resources can be found at:
https://sites.google.com/site/etohighschoolliteracyresources/


Kernique Moore, Ed.S.
Instructional Supervisor

Kernique Moore currently serves in Miami Dade County Public Schools as an Instructional Supervisor for the Division of Academic Support. She has a diverse teaching career; which includes Frank C. Martin K-8 Center, Somerset Academy, and Miami Southridge Senior. During her tenure in MDCPS, Moore has also facilitated teacher development for the Center for Professional Learning in the area of Reading Endorsement. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida International University, Masters of Science degree from Nova Southeastern University in Reading Education, and an Educational Specialist from Barry University. In addition to her primary role, she has built partnerships and conducted outreach with community organizations. Advocating on behalf of students and families hits close to home as Ms. Moore is a mother of a beautiful toddler with one on the way.

High School Curricular Resources can be found at:
https://sites.google.com/site/etohighschoolliteracyresources/