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Earl Cater, Ed.D
PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Engaging Entry Level College Professor passionate about guiding adult learners to knowledge formation through accurate assessment and intentional design. Adept at problem-solving, professional communication, and research. Specializes in forming productive relationships with students and faculty members. Skills: Problem Solving and Decision Making Skills: Critical thinking skills enabling problem solving and decision making with student populations gained through experience with University of Phoenix enrollment and administrative leadership roles working with adult learners, Oral, Written, and Interpersonal Communication Skills: Professional communication skills developed through public speaking, instruction, and storytelling, Professional Image: Professional non-profit and business spokesperson accustomed to attending and presenting in business meetings, conferences, and events, Qualitative and Quantitative Research Skills: Trained and experienced in the application of the legal-historical method of literature research using qualitative and quantitative methods to develop accurate adult instruction resources and learning assessment, Storytelling Skills: Expert oral presentation of Americana stories, Business ethic values stories, Gnome stories, Historical stories, and Bible stories. Dynamic presentation of stories through chalk painting combined with telling.
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