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remote part-time certified teacher - regular education and ESOL

Stone Mountain, GA
October 09, 2018

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Arlene Arp

**** ******* *****

Stone Mountain, Georgia 30083

404-***-**** (home/school)

I am a school teacher with thirty-two years of experience. I love teaching and I’m passionate about excellence in education. I am looking for a remote part-time job as a teacher. EDUCATIONAL DEGREES:

Montessori Primary Teaching Certificate, 1981

Indiana University, B.A., With Distinction, in World Religions, 1993. Texas Teaching Certificate for Pre-K through 8th grade, 1994. Georgia Teaching Certificate for Pre-K through 8th grade, 1994. National Board Certified, Early Childhood/Generalist, 1996. CERTIFICATIONS:

English as a Second Language FLD 808 (Pre K - 12th grade) Elementary School FLD808 (Pre-K, K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5th grade) Middle School FLD809 (6,7,8th grade)

Middle School - Language Arts FLD853 (6,7,8th grade) Middle School - Social Studies FLD854 (6,7,8th grade) Montessori Teacher Primary Certificate (3 to 6-year-olds) PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

American Montessori Society

National Board of Certified Teachers Association

Pi Lambda Theta – International Honor Society and Professional Association in Education National Alliance of Secular Homeschoolers

Georgia Home Educators Association


The Children's School - Primary Montessori - Seattle, Washington - 1987 - 1993 Pecan Springs Elementary School - K, 1st Grade & ESOL - Austin, Texas 1993 - 1994 Avondale Elementary School - K, 2nd & ESOL - Avondale Estates, GA - 1994 - 1999 Tutor - K,1,2,3,4,5,6th grade & ESOL - Atlanta, Georgia - 1999 – 2006 Briar Vista Elementary School - 3rd, 4th & ESOL - Decatur, Georgia - 2006 – 2007 Perkerson Elementary School - K, 2nd grade & ESOL - Atlanta, Georgia - 2007 - 2008 - Business & Conversational English for Chinese Professionals Online ESOL - Atlanta, Georgia - 2011

Studyladder – Online Pre - K - 6th-grade Curriculum - Website Consultant and “Test Pilot”USA Rep. - Website is based in Australia - Atlanta, Georgia - 2011 - present Ooka Island Adventure! - Ooka Island Beta Tester for a reading program - Atlanta, Georgia - 2011 - Homeschool Product Tester K - 6 - Atlanta, Georgia - 2012 So Much 2 - Webmaster - A differentiated website for Students, Parents, Educators & ESOL teachers. Decatur, Georgia - 2008 - 2013 So Much 2 Learn Homeschool and Tutoring Services - Founder & Teacher - Stone Mountain, Georgia - 2012 - present. A homeschool that serves children that are years behind in school and need to “catch up”. It’s a secular, multi-age classroom for six, students in the 2nd grade - 12th grade. Stone Mountain, Georgia - 2012 - present


Preschool: What is taught and how to teach it.

Social Studies and Science in Elementary and Pre K. Early Childhood Education

How to write lesson plans.

An overview of child development.

Special Education: Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia Curriculum Development

How to write a curriculum.

The Montessori Method

What Every Childhood Teacher Needs to Know About Reading Recovery. High Scope Training

Put the Write Stuff in Your Classroom.

Classroom Organization and Management Program

Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum Planning

Multi-Cultural Literature

Evolving From a Teacher-Directed to a Child-Initiated Environment Developmentally Appropriate Behavior Management

Whole Language: What Is It and How to Use It

AIDS: The Facts


Children Prenatally Exposed to Cocaine

Writing To Read: Teaching Writing in the Elementary Classroom. Diagnostic and Prescriptive Reading Workshop

True Colors: The seven learning styles and how it effects teachers in their classrooms. Identification and Education of Exceptional Children Maintaining a Positive Attitude in the Classroom

Achieve Technology Training Project

Your Attitude Counts: Classroom Management

The Tough Kid Workshop

Communicating with Difficult People

Diversity and Sexual Harassment Series for Managers Effective Communication Curriculum

Creativity and Innovation Series

Emotional Intelligence Series

Reading First Academy

Integrating the Internet into Language Arts

Putting Technology to Use in the Classroom

Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP)


Developmental Education in the Elementary Classroom. CPR and First Aid Certificate

What every child needs to read.

Learning Disabilities.

How to teach dyslexic students to read and spell.

How to teach children with a math learning disability. How to teach children with dysgraphia.


Nutrition: Curriculum Development Tools

Open House

Outdoor Play Safety

Overcoming Difficulties Communicating with Parents Physical Activity

Physical Activity for Children with Disabilities

Positive Solutions for Challenging Behaviors

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Praise and Rewards

Professional Practices

Reading Prescription Labels

Recognizing Levels of Social Play

Using the Arts as a Teaching Tool

Using Visual Arts to Enhance Development

Working and Communicating with ESOL Families

Working with Children with Disabilities

Teaching Basic Social Skills

Teaching Science to Young Children

Teaching Tolerance

Time Management

Transitioning to Kindergarten

Use of Puppetry and Plays

Using Portfolios in Early Childhood Programs

Special Interest Centers

Staffing Child Care Programs

Stranger and Separation Anxiety

Stress in Young Children

Stress Management

Supporting Cultural Diversity/ESOL Families in Early Childhood Education Relating to Parents

Routines and Transitions

Safety: Curriculum Development Tools

Sexual Harassment Awareness

Shaken Baby Syndrome and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Social Skills for School-Age Children

Special Care: Inclusion

Health: Curriculum Development Tools

Helping Children Cope with Grief

Learning My A, B, Cs

Learning Styles

Learning Through Play

Teaching Preschool Math Using Manipulatives

Methods for Enhancing the Intellectual Development of Children Encouraging Parental Involvement

Equipment, Activities, and Strategies for Promoting Physical Activity Ethics and Ethical Behavior

Experiencing Music in the Classroom/Program

Finding and Using Resources on the Internet


Creating Teachable Moments: The Value of Classroom Decor Cross-Cultural Communication with ESOL Families

Discovery of Math

Documenting Children’s Behaviors

Early Childhood Programs for Multilingual and ESOL Children Early Literacy

Childhood Anger and Anger Management

Childhood Obesity

Children’s Temperament

Circle Time


Conflict Management for Children

Conflict Resolution for Adults

Behavior Management for School-Age Children

Behavior Management for Young Children

Bullying: Identification and Prevention

Child Abuse: Identification and Reporting

Child Abuse: Physical Abuse Awarement

Child Oriented Spaces

Child Self-Esteem

Anger Management for Adults

Assessing Child Care Business Practices

Assessing Child Care Programs

Assessing Children’s Physical Development

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