Clayton N. Kitchings



Updated: January 12, 2011

I married Marie in July, 2009. She is a wonderful blessing in my life! I completed my M.Ed. in Mathematics Education at UGA in 2008.  I began work on an Ed.D. at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in the Fall of 2009. In the Summer of 2010, I transitioned back to the University of Georgia as an assistantship opportunity opened once again. I am currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education.


Professional Education:


University of Georgia

Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics Education (In Progress)


May, 2013

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

Earned 18 hours towards Doctor of Education, Christian Education


August, 2009 – May 2010

University of Georgia

Master of Education, Mathematics Education


August, 2008

University of Georgia

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics Education


May, 2002

Gordon College

Associate of Science, Mathematics

May, 1999



Prior Teaching Experience:

Graduate Assistant/Teacher Assistant, University of Georgia, Department of Mathematics Education, Athens, Georgia

Prince Avenue Christian School, Bogart (Athens Area), Georgia

Lamar County Comprehensive High School, Barnesville, Georgia

Whitewater High School, Fayetteville, Georgia

Cedar Shoals High School, Athens, Georgia



Graduate Assistant Duties and Responsibilities


Fall, 2006

EMAT 5360 Assistant: Secondary School Mathematics Field Experience.  Graded papers, assisted with instruction, planned instruction.


Spring, 2007

EMAT 5460/7460 Assistant: Student Teaching in Secondary School Mathematics.  Provided supervised visits for 5 student teachers. Gave feedback, critiques, and provided recommendations to the mathematics education department chair concerning student pass/fail progress.


Summer, 2007

               Provided technology assistance to professors in mathematics education


Fall, 2007

EMAT 6680 Assistant: Technology in Secondary School Mathematics. Provided one-on-one guided instruction when necessary. Supported students website write-ups of mathematics problems.


Spring, 2008

EMAT 4360 Assistant: Teaching and Learning Secondary School Mathematics (Methods course). Graded papers and assessments. Provided instruction and assisted with planning instruction.


Summer, 2010

               EMAT 4600/6600 Assistant: Problem Solving in Mathematics. Shared instruction duties with professor, including planning, delivery and assessment.


Fall, 2010

EMAT 4680 Assistant: Technology in Secondary School Mathematics.  Delivered the majority of instruction. Provided almost all assessment activities and graded almost all assessments. 


STAT 4070/6070 Assistant: Probability and Statistics for Teachers. Graded and provided comments for all homework assignments.  Assisted with some class activities. Collaborated with professor to provide some input with instruction.  Provided technology assistance for instructional purposes.


Spring, 2011

EMAT 5460/7460 Assistant: Student Teaching in Secondary School Mathematics. (In progress.)


EMAT 4680 Assistant: Technology in Secondary School Mathematics.  (In progress.)



Professional Memberships

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

Mathematics Education Student Association (MESA) – University of Georgia

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)

American Education Research Association (AERA)





        Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, University of Georgia, Department of Mathematics and Science Education (2008)

        National Honor Roll of Outstanding American Teachers

        University of Georgia Graduate, Cum Laude

        High School Senior Superlatives: Most Likely To Succeed, Male Class Leader, Most Dependable, Most Intelligent

        Highest average in Business Calculus at Gordon College

        Highest average in AP Calculus AB at Lamar County High School

        Lamar County High School Citizenship Award

        National Honor Society President in High School

        Licensed FCC Amateur Radio Operator, General Class (FCC Call Sign: N4CNK)



Educational Technology Experience:


Texas Instruments:

        TI Neighborhood Workshop Instructor, Atlanta, Georgia (2006)

        EMAT 3500 TI Navigator Demonstration, UGA, 2005

        NCTM Regional Conference Texas Instruments Volunteer Presenter, Birmingham, Alabama (2005)

        TI Navigator Cadre Training, 2005

        TI Interactive

        TI Smartview

        TI-84+ Silver Edition

        TI Presenter

GaETC Technology Conference – Texas Instruments Volunteer Presenter, Atlanta, Georgia (2005)

GTCO CalComps Interwrite SchoolPad

Geometers Sketchpad

Graphing Calculator (3.5)

Microsoft Office for MAC/PC



Production Technology Experience:

Panasonic HMC-150 HD, Solid State Cameras

Sony VX2000, DSR-PD150, DSR-PD170, PDX-10, DSR-11

Videonics MX-Pro Camera Switcher

Apples Final Cut Studio

Pro-Presenter (For Apple) – Character Generator

Pro Video Player (For Apple) – Background Loops

Sound Technician (Multiple Locations)



Major Volunteer Experiences:


Production Team at 7:22 Singles Ministry, Alpharetta, Georgia


September 2000 – June 2006

Production Team Leader, 7:22 Singles Ministry


September 2003 – June 2006

Church Deacon

First Baptist Barnesville, Georgia

Prince Avenue Baptist Church, Bogart (Athens), Georgia


Ordained September, 2003

College Worship & Praise Team Leader

Prince Avenue Baptist Church, Athens, Georgia


Fall 1999 – Spring 2003

Mission Trips to Romania, Honduras, and Japan


March 2002 – Present






Must-Have Resources for Mathematics Teachers

Membership to NCTM

Interwrite SchoolPad

Principles and Standards for School Mathematics

Texas Instruments Education Homepage & E-Resources




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