"Teaching should be such that what is offered is perceived as a valuable gift and not as a hard duty."
   --Albert Einstein
 


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My diverse teaching experience and unique personal background make me an outstanding candidate for educational leadership in technology or a teacher professional development center .

  • Current doctoral student at St. John's University in educational leadership and accountability program.
     
  • Almost thirty years of literacy and English language arts secondary level teaching experience.
     
  • Technology curriculum integration and technology staff development expertise as well as knowledge of computers and networks.
     
  • Theater and drama education expert including 16 years of play direction of musicals, Shakespeare, and children's story theater as well as instruction of credit-bearing high school theater arts program.
     
  • Lay expert in grief, death, dying, and family bereavement including workshop presentation at a national conference. Member of steering committee and newsletter editor for local chapter of The Compassionate Friends.



Victor A. Montemurro
32 Old Saddle Road, Ridge, New York 11961
Home: 631-924-9276      Cell: 631-834-7942
vicmont@optonline.net

http://www.vicmont.org


Career Goal:
Technology Education or
Teacher Center Leader

Documents and artifacts written or created by Victor Montemurro are presented below to demonstrate writing and organizational skills, leadership and communication  capacity, staff development and curriculum expertise.

 

Resume
Curriculum Vitae
References
Personal Statement (written April 14, 2001)


Professional Development Plan:
New Networks and Labs for Middle Schools

Software Recommendations and Budget:
Middle Schools Technology Department

Middle School Computer Installation Memo

Celebration of Technology News Article


Understanding by Design Staff Development Unit for Patchogue-Medford Inservice Program
Technology Essentials for Teachers

 

Technology Staff Development Project:
Keyboarding Research Summary
 

Language Arts Standards and Technology Workshop for English Department
Internet Resources for Project L.A.S.T.
 

2002-2003 NYS Teacher Resource and
Computer Training Center Application:

Patchogue-Medford Teacher Center

Technology Staff Developer Goals:
1999 - 2000
2000 - 2001

Learning Grade Quick Quickly and Easily
Several individual help sheets were also created for teachers.


Curriculum Writing:
Visualizing and Personalizing Anne Frank:
NYS Learning Experience using technology and videoconferencing developed for New York Institute of Technology and the Nassau County Holocaust Memorial and Museum


PowerPoint: English Language Arts & Internet Resources

PowerPoint: Online Lesson Planning

PowerPoint: Understanding by Design

PowerPoint: Assistive Technology