Jeremy Bateman

  • 1530 Eaton Ave. Hemet, California
  • (951) 500-6290
  • jbateman@valverde.edu

Summary

Highly motivated, innovative and dynamic educator who specializes in the implementation of educational technology.  Skilled and experienced in providing staff development in the use of emerging technologies and in the development of educational programs that utilize a variety of technological devices to promote student engagement and mastery of academic content.

Relevant Work History

Work History
2001 - Present

Teacher

Val Verde Unified School District

Fourth grade GATE teacher, grade-chair, and leadership team member; served as teacher tech for fourteen years, supporting staff and administration in development and implementation of a comprehensive site technology plan; selected to pilot a one-to-one iPad project in 2011 that has been expanded to include multiple grade levels at our site.

2000 - 2001

Substitute Teacher

Moreno Valley Unified School District

Adapted to a variety of classroom environments to provide a positive, well-managed learning experience for students in grades K-12.

Education

Education
2001 - 2003

Master of Arts Degree: Education

Azusa Pacific University

Multiple-Subject Credential, CLAD Certificate, and Master of Arts Degree in Education

1999 - 2001

Bachelor of Arts Degree: Liberal Studies

University of La Verne

Liberal Studies In Education

1996 - 1999

General Education

Mt. San Jacinto College

General Education Units Completed for Transfer

Related Experience

  • Presented on the use of integration of educational technology in the classroom at 2011-2013 CUE Conference; 2011 CSBA Golden Bell Awards; 2014 Riverside County Models of Academic Excellence Awards; and 2014 California STEM Symposium
  • Coordinated the Technology Showcase for Victoriano Elementary School's 2013 and 2014 STEM Fairs, supporting teachers and students in sharing technology-based learning projects with hundreds of educators, administrators, and community members
  • Developed robotics and video production programs to support and enhance learning at the elementary level