JULIET C. SINGER
12 Elko Street- Apt. 7
Brighton, MA 02135
THE LEARNING CENTER FOR DEAF CHILDREN, Framingham, MA, winter and spring,
1988. High school teacher. Taught 6 classes, including English, litera-
ture, U.S. government, American history, and earth science. Taught compre-
hensive units on Animal Farm, U.S. Constitution, and organization
Federal and State government. Utilized presidential primary elections as
part of on-going discussion of current issues in U.S. government.
Researched and proposed new materials to be used for U.S. history courses.
Co-wrote initial stages of high school English curriculum. Participated
Individualized Educational Program (IEP) meetings with parents and other
faculty. Prepared quarterly student progress reports. Interpreted main-
stream classes an substitute basis.
R.E.A.D.S. COLLABORATIVE, Raynham, MA, Fall, 1987. Assistant Teacher
(practicum), Middle School. Taught 8th and 9th grade classes in science,
math, and social studies, with sole responsibility for planning and exe-
cuting lessons. Units included body systems, measurement, states names
THE LEARNING CENTER FOR DEAF CHILDREN, Framingham, MA, Fall, 1987.
Assistant Teacher (practicum), Lower School. Planned and executed art and
nature area lessons for children ages 6 to 11 in open classroom setting.
Designed and executed unit on using and understanding measurement. Created
spelling and handwriting exercises. Team-taught as fully integrated staff
member. Participated in teachers planning meetings and monthly in-service
seminars. Supervised recess and lunchtime activities. Conducted story
group. Prepared daily progress reports. Assisted with daily cab duty.
TULANE UNIVERSITY, Freeman School of Business, New Orleans, LA, 1985-1986.
Provided students career and resume counseling. Arranged and supervised
campus visits, interviews, and receptions by Fortune 500 companies.
Edited, compiled, and arranged for printing The Resume Book.
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, New York, NY, 1984-1985. Administrative Aide, School
for Continuing Education. Coordinated daily office operations. Provided
information to students and public on courses, registration, and University
Drafted copy for promotional and publicity materials.
Supervised arrangements for meetings, conferences, and special events.
DOUBLEDAY & COMPANY, INC., New York, NY, 1983-1984. Foreign Rights
Assistant for Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, German, and French language
markets. Negotiated sales terms with foreign publishers. Read manuscripts
and submitted reader's reports to editors.
BOSTON UNIVERSITY, Graduate School of Education, Boston, MA. M.Ed.,
Education of the Hearing Impaired, May, 1988. Coursework included:
Psychology and Culture of the Deaf, Advanced Language Instruction of Hearing
Impaired Children, Instructional Strategies, Audiology, Expressive &
tive Vocal Processes, American Sign Language, and ASL Structure.
NEW YORK SOCIETY FOR THE DEAF, New York, NY. Certificate of Completion,
Advanced American Sign Language, July, 1985.
BARNARD COLLEGE/ COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, New York, NY. BA, American
Studies, May, 1983.
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE, Fribourg, Switzerland, Summer, 1978. Exchange
American Sign Language
Massachusetts certificate in Deaf Education (K-12) (in process).
Pi Lambda Theta National Honor & Professional Association in Education
Massachusetts Parents Association for the Deaf
Massachusetts State Association of the Deaf
Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf