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Curriculum Vitae DEAN A. PAPALIA dean.papalia@gmail.com [925] 526-4370 [phone] [925] 949-3148 [text] http://asldeanpapalia.weebly.com/ EDUCATION Gallaudet University, Washington, D.C. Master of Arts – Sign Language Education – Expected July 2018 Computer Career Center, Garden
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  dean.papalia@gmail.com http://asldeanpapalia.weebly.com/ Page  1 | 5  Curriculum Vitae DEAN A. PAPALIA dean.papalia@gmail.com [925] 526-4370 [phone] [925] 949-3148 [text] http://asldeanpapalia.weebly.com/  EDUCATION Gallaudet University, Washington, D.C. Master of Arts –    Sign Language Education  –   Expected July 2018   Computer Career Center, Garden City, NY Certificate: MCP –   Networking Technology     –   October 1999   Gallaudet University, Washington, D.C. Bachelor of Science    –  Business Administration  –    June 1990   Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY  Associate Degree, Applied Science    –  Applied Computer Technology  –   March 1986   PROFESSIONAL TEACHING EXPEREINCE Carondelet High School, Concord, California American Sign Language Teacher,  August 2016 –   Present    Teach three levels of ASL classes totaling 85 hearing students.    Formed ASL Honor Society and facilitated cross-sectional program about ASL. De La Salle High School, Concord, California   American Sign Language Teacher,    January 2014 –   Present       Teach three levels of ASL classes totaling 85 hearing students.    Formed ASL Honor Society program and facilitate cross-sectional program about ASL. Deaf Counseling Advocacy and Referral Agency, San Leandro, California   Computer Educator,   September 2008 –   June 2009      Taught computer skills in order to improve client technical skills and job readiness.    Installed and upgraded operating systems and software applications Mt. Diablo Adult Education, Concord, California   American Sign Language Instructor,    June 2004 –   December 2004    Instructed hearing adults in American Sign Language I and II through the Adult Continuing Education program.    Developed curriculum and developed and coordinated events about Deaf Culture between ASL students and the Deaf community. Concord High School, Concord, California American Sign Language Teacher,    August 2002 –   May 2003      Taught two levels of ASL in five classes totaling 145 hearing students.    Worked closely with the Digital High School to bring the use of this technology up-to-date for the high school faculty and staff.  dean.papalia@gmail.com http://asldeanpapalia.weebly.com/ Page  2 | 5  NorCal Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing, North Highlands, California Adult Educator,    January 2001 –   April 2002      Taught Deaf and hard-of-hearing adults through the Basic Skills Training in Literacy and Employment program.    Developed and prepared appropriate educational units within the Personal and Work Success program to in order to achieve goals outlined in a service plan developed with the Department of Rehabilitation. Peninsula Counseling Center, Lynbrook, New York Project Director,    April 2000 –   August 2000      Taught computer skills in order to improve client technical skills and job readiness.    Facilitated Deaf clients and hearing clients in social etiquette skills Lexington School for the Deaf, Jackson Heights, New York Substitute Teaching Assistant , November 1999 –   January 2000      Substitute teaching assistant in high school Science classes.    Taught chemistry lesson plan Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf, Mill Neck, New York Substitute Teacher , September 1999 –   May 2000      Substitute taught in Deaf classes in diverse educational settings.    Taught math and social studies Island Trees School District, Levittown, New York American Sign Language Service Provider, September 1999 –   May 2000      Tutored Deaf and hard-of-hearing students in several subjects using American Sign Language.    Scheduled Deaf events for students to attend to. Nassau Library System, Uniondale, New York ESL Instructor,    August 1996 –   August 1998      Assisted in the selection of ESL software, ordering materials and writing lesson plans for the ESL program.    Taught Adult Continuing Education Courses for Deaf non-English speaking individuals. Mill Neck Services, Inc., Mill Neck, New York   Employment Advocate,    July 1993 –   March 1999      Acted as liaison between consumers and corporations and administered an employment program to train and place clients in long-term positions.    Prepared and taught prospective students job readiness, and instructed employees in workforce signs. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York Computer Lab Instructor,   September 1986 –   April 1987       Instructed three classes of lab students on all aspects of how to use and operate macro-frame computers.    Ran disk operating systems’ command systems.  dean.papalia@gmail.com http://asldeanpapalia.weebly.com/ Page  3 | 5  PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE California School for the Deaf, Fremont, California Residential Counselor,   October 2009 –   October 2016      Supervised and instructed 22 residential high school boys in academic progression.    Worked with academic staff to ensure that the educational needs of individual students were met. Fiorentino Foundation, Wantagh, New York Program Director,   November 1997 –   August 2000      Promoted and implemented community projects, including Signing Santa and open-captioned films.    W orked to further the foundation’s goal of changing the perceptions  of deafness through Deaf Awareness programs. Initiated and organized collaborations with the United Colors of Benetton, Muhammad Ali’s book signing  and a cocktail party with the City of New York’s Deaf Community. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 9 th  Biennial American Sign Language Teachers Association National Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, June 28 th    –  July 3 rd , 2017. Johnson, D. (2017). Flexing Students out: A Personalized Learning Approach in Second Language   Instruction in High School Settings . ASLTA Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. Di Pietro, G. & Trotto, T. (2017). Interactive Class Activities. ASLTA Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. Lentz, E., Mikos, K. & Smith, C. (2017). Signing Naturally, UNITS 7-12. Teacher’s  Curriculum Training . ASLTA Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. Lentz, E., Patterson, M., & Smario, J. (2017). Let’s Bring ASL into the Future . Bay Area ASL Teachers Association. Convo Communications, Pleasanton, CA. Rowley, Amy June. (2016). Gatekeeping Between ASL Students and the Deaf Community  . Bay Area ASL Teachers Association. California State University, East Bay, Hayward, CA. CERTIFICATIONS    Signing Naturally  , Units 7-12. Completed Full-Day Training (2017).     Adult Education , Designated Subject Credentials, Preliminary. State of California, Office of Education (2002  –  2004). LEADERSHIP Founder,  Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York (1986).   Gallaudet University, Washington, DC (1989) .    dean.papalia@gmail.com http://asldeanpapalia.weebly.com/ Page  4 | 5  RELEVANT COURSES TAUGHT AND ENROLLMENT Teacher, Modern Language, Carondelet High School, Concord, CA  August 2017 –   Present ASL 1 American Sign Language 1 (29 Students) ASL 2 American Sign Language 2 (27 Students) ASL 3 American Sign Language 3 (20 Students) Teacher, World Language, De La Salle High School, Concord, CA  August 2017 –   Present   ASL 1 American Sign Language 1 (30 Students) ASL 2 American Sign Language 2 (31 Students) ASL 3 American Sign Language 3 (15 Students) Teacher, Modern Language, Carondelet High School, Concord, CA  August 2016 –   June 2017   ASL 1 American Sign Language 1 (30 Students) ASL 2 American Sign Language 2 (25 Students) ASL 3 American Sign Language 3 (16 Students) Teacher, World Language, De La Salle High School, Concord, CA  August 2016 –   June 2017   ASL 1 American Sign Language 1 (30 Students) ASL 2 American Sign Language 2 (24 Students) ASL 3 American Sign Language 3 (15 Students) Teacher, World Language, De La Salle High School, Concord, CA  January 2016 –   June 2016  ASL 1 American Sign Language 1 (30 Students) ASL 2 American Sign Language 2 (27 Students) Teacher, Foreign Language, Concord High School, Concord, CA  January 2002 –   June 2003  ASL 2 American Sign Language 2 (35 Students) ASL 2 American Sign Language 2 (35 Students) ASL 3 American Sign Language 3 (26 Students) ASL 3 American Sign Language 3 (27 Students) ASL 4 American Sign Language 4 (22 Students)   RELEVANT COURSEWORK    Master of Arts, Sign Language Education , Gallaudet University, Washington, DC    Assessing Sign Language Skills (3 Credits)    Curriculum Development for Sign Language Education (3 Credits)    Digital Pedagogy in Sign Language Field (3 Credits)    Introduction to First and Second Language Acquisitions (3 Credits)    Literary Traditions in the Deaf Community (3 Credits)    Methods of Sign Language Teaching (3 Credits)    Sign Language Media Production (3 Credits)    Sign Language Linguistics for Sign Language Professionals (3 Credits)    Sign Language Practicum (3 Credits)    Sign Language Teaching Internship (3 Credits)    Sign Language Planning and Advocacy (3 Credits)    Sign Language Teaching, Culture and History (3 Credits)    Special Topics: Sign Language Heritage Languages (3 Credits)    Special Topics: e-Portfolio (1 Credit)    Special Topic: Professional Preparation (1 Credit)    Special Topics: American Sign Language Teachers Association (1 Credit
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