- Jan Burnett, IE Standard Trainer
- Valerie Lovegreen, IE Standard & Basic Trainer
- Jan Scott, Ph.D., Trainer
- Jeanne Zehr, Ph.D., IE Standard & Basic Trainer
Jan Burnett has completed her training in all five levels of IE Standard and IE Basic, and is certified to administer the LPAD. She served as the director of the first SCEL after-school program at Morrow Elementary School in Clayton County, Georgia.
Jan Burnett is a middle school teacher with Henry County Schools. She has taught Language Arts and Social Studies in grades 6, 7, and 8, and has served as a Student Teacher Supervisor. Burnett has also served as Academic Team Coach for students competing in the Griffin RESA Academic Bowl.
Dr. Jan Scott joined the staff shortly after SCEL was organized in 2000. Dr Scott has been trained in IE--both Standard and Basic--and in LPAD. Following ICELP training in Amsterdam, she became a certified IE Trainer, and has assisted in all levels of training for IE Standard.
Dr. Scott has a B.S. in mathematics, an M.S. in statistics, and a Ph.D. in educational psychology, all from the University of Georgia. In her doctoral program, Dr. Scott's emphasis was in research, evaluation, measurement and statistics. Her doctoral study was supported by a grant from the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.
Dr, Scott recently retired as the Director of Testing for the Atlanta Public School System. Before joining the Atlanta School System, she served as an assistant professor of mathematics at East Georgia College, as well as assistant professor of mathematics for Clayton College & State University (CCSU).
Dr. Scott specialized in the teaching of statistics and has participated in National Science Foundation workshops in this area. She has also conducted Eisenhower-funded workshops on teaching statistical concepts for middle and high school teachers. She has made numerous presentations at local, national and international conferences on the teaching of statistics.
Martha Wicker is Director Emeritus of the Center for Instructional Development at Clayton State University. During her five years in this position, Martha directed faculty development training and support primarily focused on effective pedagogical strategies for the integration of technology.
Martha holds a B.A. degree in Secondary Mathematics
Education from the University of Central Florida and a M.Ed. degree in Secondary
Mathematics Education from Georgia Southwestern University. Martha has 25 years
of teaching experience in middle grades, high school, and college. Martha has
also conducted pedagogy and technology training workshops for university faculty
in five states. She currently teaches a pre-service course at Clayton State for
middle grade teachers on the integration of technology in the curriculum.