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Emily Bennett

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Emily E. Bennett

1200 N. Kennebec St., Apt. A

Arlington, VA 22205

(202) 465-5751



Education and Certifications

M.Ed. George Mason University, Proposed Graduation December 2007

            Curriculum and Instruction in Multilingual and Multicultural Education K-12

            ESL Endorsement, Proposed June 2007


M.A.T., Johns Hopkins University, Graduated May 2002


B.A. Pennsylvania State University, Graduated May 1999

            Majors:  Spanish and International Studies

            Minor:  Information Systems and Computer Analysis


Virginia Teacher Certification, Effective July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2008

Elementary Education PreK-6



Fluent in Spanish, Basic German


Employment History

Key Elementary School, Arlington County, VA, School Years 2002-current

Taught 3rd and 4th grades (ESOL, HILT, Special Education, and General Education students) in a Dual Language Program (Spanish/English,) editor-in-chief of a school-wide Spanish/English literary magazine for two years, completed ERSI reading course, Social Studies Alive, Guided Readers and Writers, and TESA courses, taught after-school reading skills and test preparation enrichment classes


Pointers Run Elementary School, Howard County, MD, School Year 2001-2002

Interned in 3rd grade classroom for four months, planned and taught reading groups, language arts, math, and science lessons


Swansfield Elementary School, Howard County, MD, School Year 2001-2002

Interned in 4th grade classroom for four months, carried out an “Action Research” project that studied the effects of learning multiplication tables utilizing methods particular to students’ multiple intelligences, started a weekly Spanish-language program in classroom, led reading groups, writing, social studies, math, and science lessons, assumed role of lead teacher for a two-week period 


Interned in 2nd grade classroom for two months, used technology to enhance reading lessons, taught math to special education students

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