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A school district has to improve an education program, creating the ability to measure success at different levels. Given time involved and dollars to be invested, should the administration plan and design with their in-house staff or reach out for fresh expertise?
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An attorney, representing a student receiving special education, is looking for a learning and transition assessment -one that includes in vivo, out-in-the-community assessment tasks- but simply can't find a learning consultant who performs non-traditional assessments and traditional assessments.
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Building principal or private school director finds herself in a crisis. Her certificate-holding supervisor is unable to perform because of illness, and she needs a substitute supervisor like yesterday. Reaching out to David Hancock at the Consultancy has a certificate-holding supervisor there the next day, assuring compliance with state regulations.
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DEHancockConsultancy Services: To the school and institutional market, consultancy provides learning and transition assessments that include in vivo, out-in-the-community assessment tasks; confidential support of parents, supervisors and attorneys. Design, supervise and conduct special education programs. Considered an expert witness.
And to the non-school, business community, DEHancockConsultancy offers merchandising, marketing and copy writing skills.
Services to schools and institutions: learning and transition assessments ; employee/team development; process and procedure design; transition planning and management. Contract supervisory services.
School and institution client list: The David Gregory School, (Paramus, NJ); Chatham Public Schools (NJ), Jefferson Public Schools (NJ), Greater Brunswick Charter School (NJ), Morristown Public Schools (NJ), Linden Board of Education (NJ), Morris County Education Services Commission (NJ), Hunterdon County Education Services Commission (NJ).
Services to the non-school business community: product selection and development; direct mail catalog design and creation; copy writing; trade show management and presence.
Business, non-school client list: S&S Worldwide (CT), Genesis Direct (NJ), Fabrication Enterprises (NY)
Recent employment: Learning consultant on Linden High School (Union County, NJ) child study team. Began working for the city as a contractor (DEHancockConsutancy) providing per-case learning and vocational assessments, case management of middle and high school children. Subsequently recruited and joined staff as an employee on tenure track. Responsibilities: assess academic and pre-vocaional skills; administer a variety vocational assessment and career preference instruments. Consult with and support students, teachers, parents and administrators. Big part of my work was case management involving post high school transition counseling and planning. Maintained close contact with public and private schools and agencies in the county and state. Retired 1Nov2014.
Direct mail catalog merchant, Flaghouse, Inc (products sold to the education and institutional market), NY/NJ.
Supervisor of education, SEEK-Education & Rehabilitation Services, Inc (multi-disabled young adults;socialization/mobility/prevocational training), NJ.
Learning consultant, RiverDell Junior/SeniorHigh School (member of the child study team), NJ.
Teacher of emotionally disturbed children (elementary and middle school ages), Ridgewood Board of Education, NJ.
Teacher of autistic/seriously emotionally disturbed children (primary and elementary ages) Forum School, Waldwick, NJ.
Military service: Regular USArmy (Army Security Agency) SP5 E5; honorably discharged.
Volunteer service: American Red Cross; disaster action team member and recovery case worker.
>Virginia Military Institute
>William Paterson University (BA, MA)
Post Graduate Training
>Alfred Adler Institute: (clinical counseling)
>Elizabeth Boggs Center (Rutgers University) on Developmental Disabilities (adult transition services)
>Montclair State University (supervision of professional staff)
>Fairleigh Dickinson University (assessment and identification of learning disabilities)
NJ Issued Teaching Certificates
>Social studies, junior/senior high school
>Teacher of the Handicapped (all grades)
>Learning Disabilities Teacher/Consultant
>Supervisor of Professional Staff
>Structured Learning Experience/Coordinator
David Eric Hancock
1705 Wood Avenue, #D1, Roselle, NJ 07203