I have experience working with students on three different levels—middle school, high school, and the university level. Because of the different levels of academic exposure I have and am currently receiving, I have been fortunate to work with diverse people who represent many different backgrounds from around the world.
I am current with the needs of today’s students; I have a growing academic portfolio and an equally extensive teaching background. In my time in the classroom, I have gained and perfected skills that are timeless.
Outstanding Service Award Teacher of the Month Teacher of the Month, nominee
B.A. English, Minor in Secondary Education Technology Certification M. Ed. English Ed. S. English School Library Media Specialist Certification Ed. D. Educational Admin.-Higher Ed., currently pursuing
Muldrow, Marian. “Crossed Boundaries in Thomas Harris’s The Silence of the Lambs Maintain a Corrupt Society,” Peeling Labels: Ritual Disorientations of Reality. Ed. Maria Doyle. Carrollton: UWG Printing and Publication, 2004. Muldrow, Marian. “Enrollment in Advanced Academic Programs Can Increase CRCT Scores for Students at the Middle Learning Level.” Diss. University of West Georgia, 2007. Carrollton. Muldrow, Marian. “Imitation of Allison Joseph,” 4210: Poetry Anthology. Ed. Greg Fraser. Carrollton: UWG Printing and Publication, 2008. Muldrow, Marian. “If Then,” 4210: Poetry Anthology. Ed. Greg Fraser. Carrollton: UWG Printing and Publication, 2008. Muldrow, Marian. “Lipstick Jungle,” Soultweet. Ed. Ruth Thomas. Powder Springs, 2010. Muldrow, Marian. “I am the Caged Bird who Sings: An Exploration of the African American Woman’s Experience.” Teaching College Literature: A Resource Guide. San Bernardino, California, 2012. Web. http://teachingcollegelit.com/?page_id=92. Muldrow, Marian. “Representing African American Women.” Teaching College Literature: A Resource Guide. San Bernardino, California, 2012. Web. http://teachingcollegelit.com/?page_id=92. Muldrow, Marian. Essay Writing Guide. Charleston, SC: Amazon. 2012. Print. Mincey, Rhonda. A Girl’s Guide to Becoming Great. Ed. Marian Muldrow. Houston, TX: Bookstand Publishing, 2013. Print.
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Writing-Expository, Grammar, Specialty, Social Studies - History, U.S. History, Arts & Music, Drama, Career and Technical Education, English, For All Subject Areas, Literature, Library Skills, Writing, Writing, Writing-Essays, Poetry, Informational Text