1 Lynne Goldfarb, PhD Objective: A University Faculty Position. Summary of Qualifications 24 years of experience in education: Online Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor, Community College Instructor, University Supervisor, Teaching Assistant, and Research Assistant, Project Based Learning Advisor. Instructor: Thorough understanding of historical themes, trends, facts, ancient to modern, and world to United States. Academic coordinator: Teaching and supervising teaching assistants, working with graduate teaching assistants, research, program planning/design, and teaching program creation. Developed first interdisciplinary course in History and Humanities for San Marcos Unified School District. Strong written/verbal communication and organizational skills. Academic writing and editing. Multi-cultural doctoral training emphasis in PhD program. Knowledge of foreign cultures and languages. (Russian, Hebrew, Polish, German and Yiddish) Fluency in using computer technologies: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Connect, Adobe PageMaker, Adobe Photoshop, I-Movie, Skype, and QuickTime Pro. Education Ph.D. Education Claremont Graduate University/S.D.S.U, CA 2005 Administrative Credential San Diego State University 1990 Single Subject Credential San Diego State University 1985 M.A. History (honors) University of California at Los Angeles, CA 1984 Law Student Southwestern University School of Law 1982 B.A. History (honors) University of California at Los Angeles, CA 1979 Credentials State of California, Community College History Instructor Credential (Life); Administrative Credential, Single Subject Credential, San Diego State University, CA, San Diego State University, CA. Instructional Technologies Adobe Connect, 2sc Platform, Ashford University Online Training in Blackboard & E-College, Skype, I-Movie, Facebook, How to Create and Teach Online Classes, Chapman University, 2006; Use of Blackboard, Chapman University, 2006; Uses of the Internet in College Teaching Chapman University, 2006; Media Presentations, Educational Related Trainings Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment, 2007, International Renewal Institute; Nurtured Heart Approach To Education, 2007, Phoenix; Learning Styles, 1992, Anthony Gregoric; Race-Human Relations, 1991, San Diego City Schools; Gifted and Talented, 1990, San Diego City Schools; Effective Schools, 1988, 1989, 1990, Phoenix.
2 Lynne Goldfarb, Ph.D. 2 Employment History Assistant Professor of Clinical Education University of Southern California Teaching graduate online and on campus courses in Secondary Social Studies Pedagogy, Guided Practice Participate in Identity Outcome Group Meetings Developing Pedagogy A Course for Secondary Social Studies Revising Pedagogy B Course for Secondary Social Studies Attend Curriculum Coordinator meetings Assisted in developing Outcomes for Identity Group Working with PACT Coordinator to assure completion of PACT for Guided Practice Students Hold weekly office hours for students Hold mid-term one on one meeting with students to track progress Research best Social Studies Pedagogical Practices Research Multi-media literacy and Social Studies Pedagogy Research uses of Shoah Institute s data bases and Social Studies Pedagogy Attend Shoah Institutes Training s for Secondary Social Studies Teachers 2010-present Curriculum Coordinator/Course Lead 2010-present University of Southern California Hiring of all adjunct faculty for Pedagogy Courses and Guided Practice Courses Supervising all adjunct Secondary Social Studies Adjunct faculty. Developing Pedagogy A Course for Secondary Social Studies Revising Pedagogy B Course for Secondary Social Studies Attend Curriculum Coordinator meetings Work with other faculty to ensure articulation of Content Literacy within Pedagogy A & B courses Working with Outcomes sub-committee Synthesized course/program policies and procedures into Excel Spreadsheet Checklists for new and continuing Adjunct Organize and participate in weekly adjunct staff meetings Online Professor Ashford University Teaching undergraduate and graduate online courses to students in the areas of Teacher Education, Research Methods, History, Psychology.
3 Lynne Goldfarb, Ph.D. 3 Social Science Advisor/Teacher North County Trade Tech Charter High School Developing Social Science curricula for Project Based Learning model. Teach Social Science curricula to 9 th grade students. Work with other staff to develop materials and an organizational model for this unique Charter School. Lead students in Advisory based groups throughout the school week. Education Specialist/ Consultant Golden Educational Solutions Assisting students with educational challenges. Consult with students and parents about educational solutions for academic success. Assistant Professor: Core Faculty Chapman University: San Diego Campus Coordinate and develop undergraduate Liberal Studies Program for multiple-subjects teaching credential students. Teach Liberal Studies required and elective courses. Community College Instructor Mira Costa College - Adult High School Diploma Program Teach and facilitate US History to "at-risk," multi-cultural students. Develop curriculum. Create innovative instructional approaches to increase student retention rates. Students participated in a democratic education classroom research study. Independent Educational Consultant Consulted with Eco Tech Charter School Clients include: Journeys, Carlsbad; Encinitas School District and Bay Park Elementary School, San Diego. University Supervisor San Diego State University, San Diego, California United States International University, San Diego, California Trained and supervised teachers in K-12 classes. Trained and supervised secondary history teachers.
4 Lynne Goldfarb, Ph.D. 4 Employment History Continued Administration - Junior High School Assistant Principal (Alternate) San Marcos Junior High Resolved student social-educational issues. Supervised students on and around campus grades 7-8. Consulted with Principal about curriculum and organizational and discipline concerns. Worked closely with other Assistant Principals regarding school safety and policies. Effective School's Coordinator San Marcos Unified School District, San Marcos, California Developed and facilitated the San Marcos Unified School District Master Plan for school improvement and initial District Effective School Plans for San Marcos Unified Elementary, Junior and High Schools K-12. Developed, administered, collected, and produced data for Effective Schools' Surveys. Surveyed parents, all staff K-12, and all 7-12 grade students. Worked with Testing/Curriculum Coordinator on district-wide testing implementation, policies, data collection, and data reports. Worked with District level Effective School's committee and 10 individual school committees K-12. Worked as a team with Superintendent and all other district level administrators. Assisted other school districts with projects to make schools more effective. Professional Affiliations American Education Research Association Association for Curriculum Development The Alternative Education Resource Organization National Social Science Honor Society- Pi Gamma Mu Professional Publications Pageant of World History: Prentice Hall Consulting Writer Transforming A Community College Class Into A Democratic Experience: A Case Study Reuniting Education and Democracy
5 Lynne Goldfarb, Ph.D. 5 Research Papers Teacher-Research A Paradigm For Change Teacher Research: Translating Practice Into Policy Teachers On The Fringe or Forefront? A Case Study Complexities In The Classroom: Issues of Educational Equity, Equality, and Status Equalization The Battered Link: Are Education and Democracy Still United? Awards Bertha Sklar Fellowship Outstanding research scholarship in History, UCLA