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The Power of the 5 Ps: What Every Educator Needs to Know

Dixon, Dr. Marva T.

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Title: The Power of the 5 Ps: What Every Educator ...

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Let not your true purpose be defined by the organization, the system . . . or that you be defined by it! Understand the policies and laws that dictate what you should say or do within the boundaries of the system. Excel in the practices of your field, defining what and how you perform your art and how you shall be known! Seek out people of quality who provide guidance and truly care about your success. Yield to prayer, maintaining your faith in good and bad times even when things don’t make sense, knowing your goal is to make a difference! Professional educators are now living in an era where there is increased concern about the quality of education in public schools in America. States are beginning to take a greater role in monitoring and maintaining higher academic standards. Communities across the country are scrutinizing the expense of public education. Local school districts are expressing concern about the district’s ability to continue providing high-quality teaching and other related services with diminishing resources. Parents everywhere, regardless of ethnicity, socioeconomic status, or cultural family background want the assurance that their child will receive adequate and appropriate academic preparation that will lead to a productive livelihood for their child’s future. The intended result of this book is to serve as a guide and inspiration to educators whether they serve in the capacity of a teacher, paraprofessional, or administrator as they continue their journey in the field of public education, especially during these most challenging times. America needs every person involved in the education of youth to remain steadfast. Each educator makes a difference in the lives of youth. America’s youth need and are counting on you.

About the Author:

Dr. Marva T. Dixon retired from Grand Prairie ISD in June 2011 as the Executive Director of Innovation and Support responsible for major areas including: competitive grants inclusive of grant writing training and procedures, researching and implementing innovative projects, multicultural/diversity, STEM initiatives, General Education Homebound Services, District 504 Compliance Coordinator, oversight of Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities, special projects assigned by the superintendent and District AVID Director. Dr. Dixon started the first AVID program in GPISD.


She has also served as the Director of General Curriculum Services for the Department of Special Education in GPISD. Dr. Dixon has been an elementary and middle school classroom teacher and served as a campus principal for 16 years. She has also taught classes in Educational Leadership, Effective Teaching Practices and Special Education Legal Issues for UTA, TCU and TWU and continues to serve as a guest lecturer.


Dr. Dixon served as the co-chair for the Texas Commission on Standards for the Teaching Profession (now SBEC) during the period when Texas underwent major educator preparation reform. Working with SBEC (State Board of Educator Certification), she also played a major role in helping to develop the accountability system for educator preparation programs (ASEP) in Texas.


She is a native of Murfreesboro, North Carolina where she received a BA and M. Ed. from North Carolina Central University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the areas of intermediate education with emphasizes in math, ELA and Special Education. Dr. Dixon has many certifications including superintendent, mid-management, professional and special education counselor, professional and special education supervisor, elementary general, elementary math and ELA and elementary mentally retarded (K-12). She received her doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction and Administration from the University of North Texas.


Dr. Dixon is a published author and has served on numerous national, state and regional commissions and tasks forces. She currently serves as an educational consultant, motivational and keynote speaker for national, regional and local organizations.


Her honors and awards are numerous including:


2012 NAACP Grand Prairie Branch 6260 - President s Award


2010 Career Communications Group Inc. STEM Education Leadership Award


2010 Saint John Church Unleashed - Educational Leadership Award


2009 NAACP Grand Prairie Branch 6260 President s Award - Thurgood Marshall Award


2008 Princeton Premier Business and Professionals Honoree


2006 Region X Service Center Celebrating the Achievement of Remarkable Women - 2006 SHERO


2006 Lifetime Achievement Award Grand Prairie Branch NAACP


2006 State Representative Kirk England Certificate of Appreciation City of Grand Prairie Disable Services Commission Expo


2005 Thurgood Marshall Educational Leadership Award - NAACP Grand Prairie Branch 6260


2004 Certificate of Excellence - Parent and Community Conference


2002 Consortium of Doctors Inductees Los Angeles, California


1997 Achievement in Educational Excellence Award - NAACP Grand Prairie Branch 6260


1997 UTA Educational Leadership Dream Conceiver Award


1990 2000 Most Notable Women Award


1988 Who's Who Among American Educators


1981 Teacher of the Year Jackson Middle School GPISD


1979 Young Career Woman Award Durham, N. C.


1977 Teacher of the Year Parkwood Elementary - Durham County Schools, N. C.


What Dr. Dixon really wants people to know about her is that she is an advocate for all students and wants to leave a legacy of truly making a difference in the lives of students!

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