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									                                CARMEN A. MORALES-JONES

                                            I. Personal Data

Office:

Florida Atlantic University
College of Teacher Education                          Email: morales@fau.edu
777 Glades Road                                       Phone: (561) 297-3611
Boca Raton, FL. 33431


1.1 Educational Experience

          Ph. D. Curriculum and Instruction, Florida State University - 1975

          M. Ed. Guidance and Counseling, University of Puerto Rico - 1969

          B.A. French and Education, University of Puerto Rico - 1966

1.2 Professional Experience

1995-Present: Associate Professor of Education, College of Education
              Florida Atlantic University

          Major responsibilities:
          -      Coordinator: ESOL Teacher Training Program (2000-Present)
          -      Teach Foreign Language Methods, Language Arts Methods, and
                 TESOL Methods Courses
          -      Teach ESOL Curriculum Course
          -      Academic Advisement - graduate students; all matters
                 including certification concerns, undergraduate Foreign Language Majors
          -      Consultant - Palm Beach County
          -      Conduct ESOL In-Service Workshops (For Adjuncts and New
                 Faculty Members)
          -      Member - Doctoral Committees
          -      Supervision of Student Teachers
          -      Teach Undergraduate ESOL stand alone course (TSL 4081)
          -      Interview, recommend for hiring, and train TESOL adjuncts

1988-1994: Assistant Professor of Education, College of Education, Florida Atlantic
  University

          Major responsibilities (1988-1991):
          -      Supervision of Student Teachers
          -      Teach Foreign Language Methods
          -      Teach ESOL Methods Course
          -      Teach ESOL Curriculum Course
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       -      Academic Advisement - undergraduate and graduate students;
                 all matters including certification concerns
       -      Consultant - Palm Beach County
       -      Conduct ESOL In-Service Workshops
       -      Member - Doctoral Committees
       -      (1992-1993) Leave of Absence—Served as Personnel Administrator/Broward
              County School Board

       In addition to those listed above (1994-1995)
       -       Develop and coordinate (with colleague, Dr. Burns) Master's Degree Program in
               Elementary Education leading to initial certification (Master's Plus Certification)
       -       Program and advise 50 percent of all students admitted to Master's Plus Certification
               Program
       -       Coordinate ESOL Endorsement Program
       -       Consultant - St. Lucie County
       -       Conduct ESOL Methods Summer Institute

1987-88: Coordinator of Field Placements, Office for Student Services, College of
Education, Florida Atlantic University

       Major responsibilities:
       -      Coordinate with FAU service area county personnel the placement of all student
              teachers and interns
       -      Review transcripts of all applicants to insure certifications requirements are met prior
              to graduation
       -      Plan, coordinate, deliver, and evaluate student teaching seminars
       -      Plan, coordinate, deliver, and evaluate seminars for cooperating teachers
       -      Interview, recommend hiring, and train adjunct supervisors
       -      Intervene with college supervisors, cooperative teachers, regarding student teachers
       -      Develop Student Teaching Handbook

1986-87: Director, Office for Student Services, College of Education, Florida Atlantic
University

       Major responsibilities:
       -      Serve as link between education majors and Dean of the College of Education
       -      Serve as FAU Certification Officer dealing directly with the State Department of
              Education regarding all certification matters, including course approval, program
              approval, and reciprocity
       -      Coordinate and oversee registration process in the College of Education
       -      Coordinate and oversee all students' documents kept in the College of Education
       -      Prepare statistical reports requested of the College of Education
       -      Serve as resource person to faculty when confronted with students’ problems and vice
              versa
       -      Service as liaison between the College of Education and the Office of the Registrar
       -      All duties related to the placement of student teachers and interns


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1974-86: Assistant Professor of Education, College of Education, Florida Atlantic
University
     - Supervisor of Student Teacher
     - Teach Foreign Language Methods
       -      Teach Language Arts Methods
     (1979-81) Leave of Absence—Taught at the University of Puerto Rico

1967-72:   Instructor, University of Puerto Rico Laboratory School
     -      Taught French, English as a second language (ESL), an Spanish as a native
             language
       -       Supervisor of Student Interns
       -        Lecturer on topics related to Non-Graded Schools

1966-67:    Teacher, Island School, an American school in Puerto Rico
     -       Taught Spanish and French to children whose native language was English

 COURSES DEVELOPED AND/OR TAUGHT (1994-2003)

    UNDERGRADUATE

      *EDG 1930--Honor’s Seminar: Children’s Literature and Cultural Identity
        LAE 4353—Language Arts and Children’s Literature
        FLE 4333—Special methods of teaching Foreign Languages
        TSL 4080—Introduction to Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages
       (TESOL)
       *TSL 4081—TESOL Issues and Practices
       *TSL 4081—ESOL Strategies for Content Area Teachers

     GRADUATE

         TSL 5145—Curriculum Development in ESOL
       *EDG 5931—Effective Teaching Practices I
         LAE 5319—Language Arts methods
        *EDG 5931—Effective teaching practices II
         TSL 5345—Methods of TESOL
        *EDG 5931—ESOL Strategies (Modified Course)
        *LAE 6352—Language Arts: Elementary School
        *TSL 5320—ESOL Strategies for Content Area Teachers (Original Course)
            * New courses that I had never taught ; developed syllabi and all
               supplementary materials to enhance courses.




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                            II. Research and Scholarly Activities


REFEREED WORKS:

      BOOKS

             Ariza, E., Morales-Jones, C.A., Yahya, N., and Zainuddin, H. (2002)
                    Why TESOL? Theories and Issues in Teaching
                    English as a Second Language for K-12 Teachers,
                    (Second Edition), Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company,
                    Dubuque, Iowa.
                       *Names listed alphabetically.


          Zainuddin, H., Yahya N., Morales-Jones, C.A., and Ariza, E. (2002)
                    Fundamentals of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages in
                    Mainstream Classrooms, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., Dubuque, Iowa.
                     *Names listed alphabetically in descending order.


   Workbooks

             Ariza E. Morales-Jones, C.A., Yahya, N., and Zainuddin, H. (2002),
                    Accompanying Workbook to Why TESOL? Theories and Issues in
                    Teaching English as a Second Language for K-12
                    Teachers (2nd edition). Kendall/Hunt Publishing
                    Company, Dubuque, Iowa.

             Zainuddin H, Yahya, N, Morales-Jones, C.A. and Ariza, E. (2002)
                   Accompanying Workbook to Fundamentals in Teaching English to
                   Speakers of Other Lanaguates in K-12 Mainstreem ClassroomKendall/Hunt
                   Publishing Company, Dubuque, Iowa.


 Journal Articles (International)


           Morales-Jones, Carmen A. (2001) ―Benefits of Foreign Language
                 Study from an Historical Perspective‖. The Delta Kappa
                 Gamma Bulletin, 67(2), 40-44.

            Morales-Jones, Carmen A. (1998) ― Understanding the Hispanic Culture: From
                    Tolerance to Acceptance‖. The Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin. 64(4),13-17.

            Morales-Jones, Carmen A. (1998) ―Effective Teaching with Diverse
                  Populations: From Theory to Practice‖. The Delta Kappa
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              Gamma Bulletin. 64(3), 15-17/23.

       Morales, Carmen A. (1994) ―Education Majors: Why
             Teaching as a Career?‖ Education. 104(3),340-342

       Morales, Carmen A. (1994) "Birth Order Theory: A Case for
             Cooperative Learning." Journal of Instructional Psychology, 21 (3), 246-249.

      Morales, Carmen A. (1994) ―Student Teaching: The Perfect Arena for Developing a
            Professional Portfolio‖. College Student Journal. 28(2), 248-250.

       Morales, C. A. (1983) "Teacher Education at the Threshold in
             Florida." The Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, 49(3), 35-39.

       Morales, C. A., (1982) "Posters Pay Off in Classroom
             Management." Education, 102(3), 236-37.

       Morales, C. A., (1980) "Discipline: Applicable Techniques for
             Student Teachers." Education,101(2),115-17.

       Morales, C. A., (1979) "The Media Specialist and the Bilingual
             Student." Audiovisual Instruction, 1979, 24(1) 26-27.

      Morales-Jones, C. A.(Under review) ―Analysis of English Language Learners’
             Interview Responses: Implications for English Language Teachers‖.
              English Language Forum


Journal Articles (State)

      Morales-Jones, C. A. (In press) Pioneering an Elementary/ESOL Infused
             Teacher Preparation Program in Florida. Sunshine State TESOL
            Journal.

       Morales-Jones, C. A. (2002). ―Creating a Global Village in the Classroom‖.
             Trends and Issues, The Quarterly Publication of the Florida Council
              for the Social Studies, XIV, (3).

      Morales-Jones, C. A. (2000) ―Teachers Facing the Challenges
              of Linguistically Diverse Classrooms‖. Trends and Issues,
              The Publication of the Florida Council for the Social
              Studies. XII (2).




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  Reviews


          Alexander, L. G., Kingsbury, R. and Chapman, J. (1979) Talk It Over/ Take a
                 Stand: Discussion Topics for Intermediate ESL Students. New York:
                Longman, Inc. (62 pp. each). In FATESOL Newsletter.

          Alexander, L. G. and Cornelius, E. T. (1979) Exercise in Comprehension and
                 Composition, New York: Longman, Inc. (135 pp.). In FATESOL Newsletter

  Competitive Grants


            Summer Enhancement Grant (1990) Office of Undergraduate Studies, Summer A.
                (Funded—Full Salary)

            Mini-Grant (1987) Institute for Research and development in Teacher Education
                  (Funded--$500.00)

            QUIP Proposal for One Quarter of Released Time (1981) (Funded--Full Pay plus
                  $700.00 for Expenses)

            Florida State Department of Education (1979) "Year Long
                   Internship" with Colleague John E. Bennett. (Funded--$15,000)

            Florida State Department of Education (1979) ―Development of Item Specifications
                   for assessment of teacher competencies‖ with colleague John Bennett.
                   (Funded--$9,961)


Presentations (Refereed, International/ National)

            Kirkwood T. and Morales-Jones, C. A. (2001, August) Bafa, Bafa: A Cross-Cultural
                 Simulation. A paper presented at the Fifth International Conference for the
                  Social Studies, Calgary, Canada.

            Morales-Jones, C. A. (1998, July) ―Connecting our Global Community:
                  Understanding the Hispanic Culture‖. A paper presented at the Delta Kappa
                  Gamma international conference, Dallas, Texas.


            Morales, C. A. (1980, October) ― Tecnicas de Control de Grupo‖ Paper presented (in
                  Spanish) at the National Convention of the Association of Private
                  Schools, Isla Verde, Puerto Rico.

            Morales, C. A. and Bennett, J. (1980, September) ―Mini-School: An Innovative
                  Summer Student-Teaching Program‖. Paper presented at the National
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                   Association for Teacher Educators’ Conference, Washington, D.C.

           Morales, C. A. (1977, May) ―The Media Specialist and the Bilingual Student‖. Paper
                 presented at the Florida Association for Media in Education-National
                 Convention, Washington D.C.

  Presentations (Refereed, Regional/ State)

           Morales-Jones, C. A. (2003, May) ― ELL’s and Best TESOL Practices‖ Reseach-based
                 paper presented at the Sunshine State TESOL Convention, Jacksonville,
                 Florida.

           Morales-Jones, C. A. and Yahya, N. (2000, September) ―Using Pictures in the ESOL
                 Classroom‖. Paper presented at Florida Migrant/ESOL Education Conference,
                 Orlando, Florida.

           Kirkwood-Tucker, T. & Morales-Jones, C. A. (1998, October). ― Teaching about
                 Japan: Postholding new content and methods for students of limited English
                 proficiency‖. Presented at the Pre-Conference Global Institute-- Annual
                 Meeting of the Florida Council for the Social Studies.

           Morales-Jones, C. A.(1997, July) ― Connecting our Global Community: Understanding
                 the Hispanic Culture‖. A paper presented at the Delta Kappa Gamma
                 Southeastern Regional Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

           Morales, C. A. (1980, March) ―Self-Instructional Materials for Foreign Language
                 Teaching‖ A paper presented at the Southern Council on Language Teaching,
                 New Orleans, LA

          Read, D. and Morales, C .A. (1980, August) ―Bridging the Gap: Reading Instruction
                  and the Bilingual Student‖. A paper presented at the Florida State Reading
                 Conference Daytona Beach, Florida.

NON-REFEREED WORKS

BOOKS

           Ariza, E., Morales-Jones, C. A., Yahya, N., and Zainuddin, H. (2000) Why
                   TESOL? The Changing Face of America, Theories and Issues in
                   Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages for K-12 Teachers,
                   (539pp) Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., Dubuque, Iowa.
                  *Authors are listed alphabetically.




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WORKBOOKS

             Morales, Carmen A. (1980) Manual Para la Practica Docente: Programa a
                    Base de Competencias. University of Puerto Rico Press: Rio Piedras,
             Puerto Rico.
                  * Spanish translation--- Original refereed text was in English.

STUDY GUIDE

     Morales, Carmen A. (1989) Study Guide for the Florida Teacher
          Certification Exam. Florida State Department of Education.
          *For three years I participated as a writer and reviewer of items the professional
          section of the Florida Teacher Certification Exam. These items were employed to
          develop the study guide.

MONOGRAPH

     Vidal, E., Sanchez, C. L., Morales Garcia, E., and Morales, C. A. (1972) La
          Evaluacion en el Plan de Progreso Continuo. University of Puerto
          Rico Press. (41pp)

VIDEOS
          Thirty-minute videotape from which excerpts were taken to
             develop a videotape for the Florida Council on Education and Management. (Video
             has been employed throughout the State of Florida in training administrators in the use
             of the Florida Summative Instrument), 1988.

            Twenty-minute videotape for Palm Beach County Learning
             Strategies Draft. (Video has been employed by secondary learning disabilities teachers
             in teaching the following skills: listening, note taking, and outlining) 1986.


MIMEOGRAPHS

         Morales, C. A. (1987) ―Student Teaching Handbook‖, First Edition, Florida
                    Atlantic University, College of Education, pp.1-19; Appendix A, pp.1-2.

         Cruz, A. L., Irizarry, J. A., Lopez, A., Morales, C. A.,
                     Roman, C. and Subirats, P. (1982) ―Manual para las Experiencias de
                     Laboratorio‖. University of Puerto Rico, College of Education. Rio
                     Piedras, Puerto Rico (17pp).

         Esteves, C. C., Fournier de Lugo, B., Morales, C., (1972-73) ―Manual
                     de Lecturas - Estudios Sociales, N-6 - Unit I‖. University of Puerto Rico
                     Elementary Laboratory School (60 pp).




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        Esteves, C. C., Morales, C. A. Tricoli, N. (1972-73) ―Manual de
                     Lecturas - Estudios Sociales, N-6 - Unit III‖. University of Puerto Rico,
                     Laboratory School (60 pp).


PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS

         Morales-Jones, C. A. (2003) ―Integrated TESOL Programs‖ Presented at The
            Sanibel Leadership Conference, Sanibel Island, Florida.

         Morales-Jones C. A. (2000) ―Preparing the Pre-service Teacher to Meet ESOL
            Students’ Needs: Issues in Teacher Education Programs,‖ Paper                 presented
            at the Sunshine State TESOL conference, Daytona Beach, Florida.

         Morales-Jones, C. A.(2000) ―Status of ESOL Pre-service Programs at Florida
           Atlantic University‖. A panel conducted at the Sanibel Leadership
           Conference, Sanibel Island, Florida.

                                         III. SERVICE

2003

STATE
            Member, Florida State Department Folio Review Team
             Tallahassee, Florida

             Board Member, Sunshine State TESOL (State Organization)

           Chair, Outstanding TESOL Teacher Award Committee
             Sunshine State TESOL

           Chair, Outstanding TESOL Student Grant Award Committee
             Sunshine State TESOL

            Officer, Sanibel Leadership Association (State Organization)

UNIVERSITY

          Officer, Phi Delta Kappa/FAU Chapter (Program Chair)


LOCAL
             Consultant – St. Mark’s Episcopal School - Observe and render expert
             opinion on foreign language faculty and program K-8 (Spring)




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2002

NATIONAL

           Member – Southern Association of Colleges and School (SACS) Visiting Team
            Midwestern State University
            Wichita Falls University, TX (February. 2002)

STATE
           Member, Florida State Department Folio Review Team
             St. Petersburg, Florida

           Registration Chair, Sanibel Leadership Conference, Sanibel, Florida (Summer)

LOCAL
     Presenter- Conducted invited one day workshop at the South                           Florida
Consortium of Schools’ Conference, Davie, Florida (Fall)

           Guest Speaker, Palm Beach County TESOL Chapter Meeting (Spring)

UNIVERSITY

              Marshall, FAU, Fall Commencement Exercises

              Officer, Phi Delta Kappa/FAU Chapter
2001

NATIONAL
       Presenter - Conducted invited workshop for TESOL volunteers in
          Franklin, North Carolina.

COUNTY
              Judge, Palm Beach County Foreign Language Competition,
              Spanish Impromptu (Spring).

COLLEGE
            Consultant - Gate Liaison at Pioneer Park Elementary School.
                 Engaged in demonstrating effective teaching practices
                 with students to serve as model for professional
                 development of teachers, observed teachers and gave
                 feedback on effective teaching practices for teaching second
               language learners. (Spring, Semester – one day a week)

LOCAL

              Judge - Foreign Language Competition
              St. Andrews Episcopal School, Boca Raton, FL Spanish Competition (Spring)

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2000

NATIONALL

         Member - SACS Visiting Team, Southern University at
         New Orleans, LA (Spring).
COUNTY
          Judge - Palm Beach County Foreign Language Competition,
            Spanish Impromptu (Spring).


LOCAL
          Keynote Speaker - Regional DKG Founders’ Day and Initiation
         (Four Chapters) Topic: ―ESOL: Past and Present, What Are We Doing to
          Prepare Teachers to Face the Challenges of Today‖ (Spring).

1999

COUNTY
            Guest Speaker - Port Salerno Elementary School.
            Topic: ―Understanding the Hispanic Culture‖ (Winter).

            Consultant - Palm Beach County School Board-Member of District Level II
            Professional Development Plan Committee (Full Year).

            Judge - Palm Beach County Foreign Language Competition, Spanish Impromptu
            (Spring).


COLLEGE

            Participant - Sixth Bi-Annual Symposium on Child Victimization and the Teaching
            Profession. Introduce Key Note Speaker and Summarize major points addressed by
            panelists (Spring).
LOCAL

            Consultant - St. Mark’s Episcopal School. Evaluate Foreign Language Program (K-8)

1998

COLLEGE

            Participant - Fourth Bi-Annual Symposium on Child
            Victimization and the Teaching Profession – Summarize
            major points addressed by panelists (Spring).




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1996-1998

UNIVERSITY

             Mentor, Florida Atlantic Mentoring Program

1995

NATIONAL

             Consultant - Broward County School Board - Assist
              in the recruitment of Bilingual Teachers in Puerto Rico (Spring).

1994

REGIONAL

             Chairperson - SACS Visiting Team Deerfield
              Park Elementary School, Deerfield Beach, FL (Spring)

1993

NATIONAL

            Member - SACS Visiting Team, Jacksonville University,
             Jacksonville, Alabama.
COUNTY
            Consultant - Palm Beach County, conduct ESOL Methods
              Workshops, six Saturdays (Spring).

1992

COUNTY
            Teacher Education Center (TEC) Consultant - St. Lucie County - Conducted
              ESOL Summer Institute Elementary Level (Summer)

1991

COUNTY
            TEC Consultant - St. Lucie County - Conducted
              Summer Institute for Spanish Teachers
              Secondary Level (Summer).


1991-1992     Consultant - Broward County School Board, On-Site Instructor - ESOL
              META Tele course (for Broward County School Board personnel who wished
              to take the course).

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1990

NATIONAL
       Member - SACS Visiting Team, Spellman College, Atlanta, GA.

1989

NATIONAL
           Member - SACS Visiting Team, Morris - Brown College, Atlanta, GA.

1988

REGIONAL

         Chairperson - SACS Visiting Team, Nova Blanche Forman Elementary and Park
            Ridge Elementary Schools, Broward County, Florida.

STATE
          Coordinator - Pilot Testing of Subject Area, Teacher Certification Exam,
            Spanish, at Florida Atlantic University.

             Member - State - Wide Review Team to Review Item Specifications             for the
             Florida Teacher Certification Exam.

          Member - On-Site Visit Review Team, Florida A&M, Tallahassee, FL.

             Member - State Department Critical Review Team for Evaluation of Identified
             Teacher Education Programs.
LOCAL
             Judge - Palm Beach County Foreign Language Fair (Spanish).


1987

NATIONAL

             Member - SACS Visiting Team, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX.
STATE
          Reviewer - Florida Performance Measurement System Research Base Update.

LOCAL
           President, Delta kappa gamma International Organization,
           Alpha Omega Chapter
1986

NATIONAL
             Member, SACS Visiting Team, Presbyterian College, Clinton, SC.

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STATE
           Member - Florida Generic Competencies Revision Team

COLLEGE
            Trained as a State Certified Observer for the Florida Performance
            Measurement System (Test Passed, June, 1986 updated in 1994)
COUNTY

           TEC Consultant, Bennett Elementary School, Broward County, FL.

          Judge, Palm Beach County Foreign Language Fair.

LOCAL
            President, Delta Kappa Gamma international Organization,
          Alpha Omega Chapter
1985

NATIONAL

         Member - SACS Visiting Team, University Houston - Downtown Campus
           Houston, TX.

COMMUNITY

            Judge - Miami Herald Silver Knight Awards Program (Area – Foreign Languages).

COUNTY

            Judge - Palm Beach County Foreign Language Fair (Area - Spanish).

LOCAL
          Program Chair, Delta Kappa Gamma International Organization,
          Alpha Omega Chapter

1984

NATIONAL

            Member - SACS Visiting Team, St. Mary's University, San Antonio, TX.
COLLEGE

            Member - FAU Special Task Force on Teacher Education.




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1983

NATIONAL

            Member - SACS Visiting Team, East Texas State University,
             Commerce, TX.

              Program Facilitator - Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher
              Educators (SRATE), Tampa, FL.

COMMUNITY
    Speaker - St. Luke's School Faculty Meeting, Topic: "Managing Students'
          Behavior."

              Speaker, Immaculate Conception School Faculty Meeting, Topic: "Classroom
              Management Techniques."

1982

NATIONAL

              Member - SACS Visiting Team, Our Lady of the Lake University,
              San Antonio, TX.

            Member - Registration Committee, Southern Region Association of Teacher
  Education (SRATE) Regional Conference, Tampa, FL.

            Member - SACS Visiting Team, Griffin Elementary School, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

COLLEGE
           Sponsor - Florida Student Leaders’ Association of Teacher Education
    (FSLATE) Charter Chapter at Florida Atlantic University.

LOCAL
              Editor - Delta Kappa Gamma, Alpha Omega Chapter Newsletter


1979-1981
COLLEGE
            Co-Director - State Funded Grant to Develop a Year-Long Internship Model.

1977
STATE
          Trained as Consultant for OUNCE Classroom Management Program.




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1967 – 72

NATIONAL

            Responsible for Pre-Service and In-Service Teacher Training as Member of the
             Faculty of the Laboratory School of the University of Puerto Rico
            Lectures given (On Different Occasions):
                   Diagnosis in Teaching
                   Evaluation in a Non-Graded School
                   Individualizing Instruction
                   Teaching in a Non-Graded School

             Consultant for WIPR (Government of Puerto Rico ITV), Script Writer for
             French Program.

             Cooperating Teacher for Pre-Service Teacher Training, University of
             Puerto Rico.

             Translation and Adaptation of Materials (from English to Spanish) for the
             Development of Social Studies Units of Instruction, University of Puerto Rico
             Laboratory School


COMMITTEES (1994-2003)

UNIVERSITY

      Fringe Benefits(1994-1996); Judicial(1998-2000).

COLLEGE

     Graduate(1994-present); Graduate Petitions Sub-committee(1994-1999); Graduate
Curriculum Sub-Committee (1999-present); Travel Assistance(1994-1999);               Secondary
Education Coordinating(STECC), 1994- present; TIP Awards(1995-1996);        P&T Guidelines’
Revision(1996-1998);Faculty Assembly Steering(1997-2000); Market      Salary Equity(1998-
2000).

DEPARTMENTAL

      Lesson Plan (1998-2000); Early Childhood Faculty Search (1999-2000);TESOL (1999-
present); ESE Faculty Search (1999-2000); Third Year Review(2000-2002);
Performance Assessment (PAC),2001-present.

MEMBERSHIPS (STATE BOARDS)

      Sunshine State TESOL             (2002-2006)
      Sanibel Leadership Association    (2003-2006)

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HONORS

   1995          Recipient, Teacher Incentives Program Award (TIP),
                 Florida Atlantic University

   2002           Recipient, Florida Legislature Outstanding Contributions Award,
                 Florida Atlantic University

   1991           Excellence in Undergraduate Advisement Award,
                  Florida Atlantic University

   1966           B.A. Magna Cum Laude, University of Puerto Rico

CERTIFICATIONS HELD

    Puerto Rico: French, Secondary (7-12)

    Florida: Spanish, French, Counseling (1975-1995)




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