Mrs Carloni

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This curriculum focuses on the use of photography with a growing population in the US: refugee youth. As part of Arts Bridging Cultures, a summer education and enrichment program for recently arrived refugee youth, eighteen youth were given
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This professional development lesson was designed to teach mainstream teachers and program volunteers the basics of language learning and language acquisition as well as the personality factors that impact students language learning needs. Be sure
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Teaching Experience High school English as a Second Language (ESL) and Students With Interrupted Formal Education (SIFE) teacher: Lafayette High school, Buffalo, NY (August 2011-June 2012) Taught English language, Literacy and content to newly arrives SIFE refugee students from a wide variety of cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and taught intermediate ESL/ELA prep classes. Elementary ESOL Teacher: Wuhan Yangtze International School, Wuhan, China (August 2009-June 2011) Taught ESOL for all language levels grades 1-5 in an international school for expatriate Children Taught 3-6th grade EFL in Chinese public school Student teacher: International Preparatory School at Grover Buffalo City Schools, Buffalo, NY (January-May 2009) Student Taught 9-10th grade beginner and intermediate ESOL and 6-7th grade beginner and intermediate ESOL Summer program teacher: AmeriCorps, Journey’s End Refugee Services, Buffalo City Schools, Buffalo, NY (July 2007) Assisted a Buffalo ESL teacher in a first grade classroom of newly arrived refugee and immigrant children in the morning. Taught photography and writing to eighth grade newly arrived refugee and immigrant youth in the afternoons. Developed curriculum integrating photography and writing which I later presented at the World TESOL Conference in 2008. Administrative Experience Director of academic programs Jericho Road Community Health Center: Buffalo, NY (June 2012-present) training and supervising staff and developing curriculum and assessments for middle school summer and after school programs for refugee students with Interrupted Formal Education (SIFE). Overseeing grant writing and reporting. Designing and launching High School literacy and college preparatory program for SIFE students. Elementary ESOL Program Coordinator: Wuhan Yangtze International School, Wuhan, China (August 2009-June 2010) Wrote ESOL and Chinese standards and benchmarks for the school Designed a language acquisition IEP program for English and Chinese Languages. Restructured the ESOL program from a self contained to an inclusive immersion program with combination push in and pull out support for ESOL students in the mainstream classroom. Trained and supervised local Bilingual Chinese staff in language acquisition and language teaching methods. Curriculum coordinator: AmeriCorps, Buffalo City Schools, and Journey’s End Refugee Services Project Jump Start/ Refugee Summer Impact Program Buffalo, NY (2008) Developed and taught a teacher education course in language acquisition, ESOL teaching methods and curriculum and assessment. Served as the program on sight supervisor and administrator. Administrative Intern: Buffalo City Schools Office of Multilingual Ed., Buffalo, NY (2008) Updated data on ELL demographics and services. Planned summer program enrollment, transportation, and field trips. coordinated collaboration with Journey’s End Refugee Services and Americorps


SIOP content based language acquisition


Best Poster session: world TESOL conference 2008


Masters of Arts: Applied Linguistics and Educational Administration, University of Massachusetts, Boston (Current) Bachelors of Arts: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Houghton College (2005-2009) Magna Cum Laude Bachelors of Arts: Intercultural Studies, Houghton College (2005-2009) Magna Cum Laude Senior honors research: Houghton College, Perry, NY (March 2008- May 2009) Conducted ethnographic field research regarding federal and state educational policy of education for English Language Learners (ELLs) Provided push-in language support for ELLs in the mainstream classroom during the research period


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