C.Marquez Resume
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Location: San Diego, CA, USA
School: Portland State University
Major: Social Science / emphasis in Child and Family Studies

C.Marquez Resume

Cindie Marquez
Bachelor of Arts in Social Science with emphasis in Child and Family Studies; Portland State University

Associate’s in Child Development; San Diego Miramar College
ECERS-R® Calibrated; valid through 9/2020

CLASS® Certified Pre-K Observer; Certified Pre-K Trainer and TTT – Teachstone®; valid through 9/21/2020

MMCI Pre-K Instructor – Teachstone®; valid through 9/21/2020

CPIN Trainer; no expiration

Program Director Permit; valid through 8/2022

CBEST; no expiration

CPR and First Aid Certified; valid through 9/11/2020
Training Completed
ASQ-3, ASQ:SE, & Data Reporting

DRDP 2015

DRDP Meaningful Observation

Preschool English Learners Guide

Family Strengthening – 5 Protective Factors

CECO Modules: DRDP Rater Certification (3)

CLASS® Master Coaching

Teaching Pyramid Intensive

Early Childhood Inclusive Practices
Other Skills

Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook


Pinwheel database

7/2015 – Early Education Support Provider
6/2020 San Diego County Office of Education

• Support early childhood educators with effective teacher-child interactions, classroom environments, screenings and assessments, and health and safety through observation and one-to-one reflective coaching
• Guide teachers with setting and achieving goals using the QRIS pathways as a guide
• Create and facilitate professional development trainings to early education professionals to support their enhancement of children’s learning experiences and outcomes

5/2009 – California Early Childhood Mentor Teacher
5/2015 Miramar College Child Development Center

• Provide one-to-one mentoring to Supervised Field Experience students through guidance and feedback on lessons presented on their “student-teacher” days

2/2004 – Instructional Lab Technician / Lead Teacher
6/2015 Miramar College Child Development Center

• Create and implement daily lesson plans to provide developmentally appropriate curriculum for two- to five-year-old’s utilizing the California Preschool Learning Foundations and Curriculum Framework for guidance, while adhering to the standards of NAEYC and ECERS
• Observe children for mastery of behavior and skills in preparation of children’s progress reports using DRDP system; conduct parent-teacher conferences each semester
• Supervise, observe, evaluate approximately 30 lab students each semester
• Assist with administrative duties including enrollment, orientation, center tours, and developing and implementing family engagement events
• Acting Site Supervisor, taking on lead role in the absence of Center Director
• Contributed to attaining NAEYC accreditation for preschool classroom in 2008 and renewal for pre-kindergarten in 2013

2/2004 – Professional Development Facilitator
Present Various
• Developed and/or facilitated many professional development opportunities for the early childhood workforce, including teacher workshops, guest speaking engagements for community college classes, Early years annual conference in 2016, 2018, and 2020, as well as presenting at the 2014 CAEYC conference in Pasadena, CA

Early Education Specialist