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Subjects Taught
Social Studies 7

Education

1) Jacksonville State University, 2004-2007

Master of Science in Education (M.S. Ed.)

 2) Jacksonville State University, 2000-2004

B.S. Geography, Minor-History, Concentration-Archaeology

 3) Oxford High School, 1993-2000

High School Diploma

Certifications/Continuing Education

1)    ARI certified (Alabama Reading Initiative

 

 

 


 



Experience

Classroom Teacher

  • 2006-present, Munford Middle School
  • Classes taught include: Social Studies (7th), Contemporary American Issues (7th), and Outdoor Survival Skills (6th,7th & 8th)
  • 2005-2006 B.B. Comer Memorial High School
  • Classes taught include: Social Studies (7th) and Street Law (9-12)

January 2005 – April 2005 Jacksonville State University

Tutor

  • Participated in level II clinical experience at Jacksonville State University by working with one student throughout the semester.
  • Diagnosed learning needs for the student and developed and implemented learning activities.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans for tutee.

October 2003 – November 2004 Archaeological Resource Laboratory

Field/Lab Technician

  • Analyzed historic and prehistoric cultural materials.

  • Assisted on cultural resource surveys.

  • Assisted with the education of the public during Alabama Archaeological Week, 2004.

  • Assisted in research to further the understanding of southeastern archaeology.




Bio

My name is Patrick Talley and I am from Oxford, Alabama and I am currently in my fifth year of teaching. I am married with one child. I have obtained both my bachelorette and master's degree from Jacksonville State University. I have been with the Talladega County School System for all years that I have taught and I plan to stay in this area and develop relationships with people throughout the community. I currently coach the 7th and 8th grade baseball team as well as teach 7th grade social studies

Teaching has given me with the opportunity to provide students with not only the knowledge of the social sciences, but also knowledge that they can achieve any goal that they believe is possible. I look forward to 2009-2010 school year!

now!