I have a flexible, patient, culturally sensitive teaching approach. Having worked with many students of different ages, I understand the need to listen to the student first, then create a plan of learning with the student to accomplish academic objectives and goals.
I have taught students of all ages in literacy, computer literacy, and more recently academic writing and editing. I have also taught functional academic skills to military members to improve ASVAB/AFOQT scores. In addition, began GED/TASC programs for remote learners.
Face-to-Face lessons may be reduced by 10% based on travel times.
Dr. Anne E. Montgomery
165 Scott Rd, York, PA 17403
C: (concealed information)
Building bridges between self-directed, lifelong learners and educational opportunities.
September 2019 -- Present: York County Libraries/York City School District -- Literacy Interventionist
• Administer BenchMark Assessment and Progress monitoring for students in K-3
• Provide small group instruction in Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and Oral Reading Fluency
• Created Videos for Covid learning at home using Heggerty’s Kindergarten and Primary materials
• Provide online and 1-1 learning to students needing intervention for the Fall semester
February 2017 – June 2019: Victor Elementary School District – Long Term Substitute Teacher, K-6.
Silver Valley Unified School District -- Substitute Teacher, K-12
• Long Term Multiple subject substitute teacher Credential
• SDC class substitute (special education)
• Volunteer Tutor, Liberty Elementary
• Site Board Member, Liberty Elementary 2017-2018
• Participated on the 2017-2018 Teacher hiring interview committee.
October 2016 – Present: Varsity Tutors – Self-Employed
• Developed online and face-to-face tutoring programs for individual students in desired subjects, such as Conversational German.
• Doctoral candidate mentor and editor
• Writing tutor for adults and high school students.
January 2015 – Present: WyzAnt Tutor – Self-Employed
• Developed online and face-to-face tutoring programs for individual students in desired subjects, such as Access database design.
• Provided testing support and tutoring to students studying for the GED/TASC, ASVAB, and GRE.
• Received a 5-star rating from learners.
January 2015 – June 2016: TASC/GED Instructor – New York Board of Continuing Education Services/Carthage Library, Carthage, NY
• Brought learning possibilities to learners seeking GED/TASC diplomas by connecting students with BOCES at the local (Carthage) library.
• Guided learners through tutoring and learning programs offered by BOCES to a 95% pass rate on the TASC Exam.
• Broadened learner comprehension and success by combining written materials and computer learning programs to offer a more complete study program.
August 2014 – June 2016: Adjunct Instructor – Jefferson Community College, Watertown, NY
• Improved learner participation and comprehension by developing hybrid online instructional design elements on Blackboard courses using Explee, Audacity, and Captivate.
• Maintained a 97% pass rate on learners developing critical reading skills to pass Accuplacer reading and writing tests.
• Provided a comprehensive Beginning German speaking, reading, and writing program by integrating real-world conversations, current reading materials, online conversations, and language discovery research.
• Courses Taught
• GER 121: Elementary German I
• CLS 099: Critical Reading
April 2012 – August 2016: University of Phoenix Doctoral Candidate, Full-Time Student
August 2010 - April 2012: Functional Academic Skills Training (FAST) Instructor - Central Texas College, Bamberg, Germany, AE,
• Designed instructional materials to supplement online Pearson skills testing tools improving learner pass rates by 15%.
• Merged classroom materials and Pearson testing tools to create additional options for learners needing a review rather than comprehensive instruction.
• Improved the success rate on the ASVAB and AFOQT testing from 65% to 80%.
February 2008 – September 2008: Adjunct Instructor - Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA
• EDUC 3100 Technology Applications for Teachers, College of Education
• Computer Applications, Department of Continuing Education
• Introduction to the Internet, Department of Continuing Education
• Designed hybrid learning materials to teach computer literacy
September 2004 – May 2006: Armstrong Atlantic State University, Master’s Program, Full-Time Student
July 1998 – May 2004: Workforce Instructor - Vernon College, Wichita Falls, TX
• Taught Business, workforce applications and computer software courses.
• Expanded the role of tutors in the Student Learning center by implementing educational technology improvements to include a text reading center and enhanced monitor for several students with disabilities.
• Maintained a 94% pass rate on courses
• BUSI 2303-Business Correspondence and Communication,
• ITSW 1401+ Introduction to Word Processing (TP),
• POFT 1309+ Administrative Office Procedures (TP),
• POFT 1325 Business Math and Machine Applications,
• POFT 1429 Beginning Keyboarding ,
• COSC 1301 Microcomputer Applications,
• ITSC 1409+ Integrated Software Applications I (TP),
• POFI 1349 Spreadsheets
• POFI 2431 Desktop Publishing
• POFT 1349+ Administrative Office Procedures II
• Unlisted Database Management Microsoft Access
January 1991 – May 2004, Owner/Consultant - Compute at Your Own Pace, Wichita Falls, TX; Ellsworth AFB, SD
• Designed and conducted classes and labs at local universities and colleges and corporate training at local businesses.
• Designed and developed instructional materials using Captivate, Dreamweaver, and Audacity.
• Consulted with clients in the areas of computer operations, software, & upgrading software, computer systems setup, testing, and repair.
• Managed a $15,000 budget.
July 2006 – February 2008, Coordinator of Graduate Faculty Services and Sponsored Programs - Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA
• Coordinated changes and edited all office publications and Web sites, including Graduate Catalog, Grants, and Contract Manual for Research and Sponsored Programs, resulting in more accurate and timely information for students and faculty.
• Assisted faculty, staff and administrators prepare competitive proposals to external funding agencies for projects that positively affected institutional instruction, research, and public service goals.
• Hired, placed, and supervised up to 25 graduate work-study assistants per semester.
• Developed and delivered workshops on proposal writing, institutional review board applications, and funding searches.
June 1998-December 2003, Information Systems Specialist/Program Assistant - First Step, Inc. (FSI), Wichita Falls, TX
• As a member of Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) Technical Advisory Committee, created SQL queries and comprehensive reports that were then incorporated into the statewide integrated tracking system.
• Published step-by-step instructions for ITS for statewide distribution.
• Designed, installed, and managed an in-house network connecting three separate locations and enable on-site data entry into one system.
August 2016, University of Phoenix, School of Advanced Studies, Tempe, AZ
Doctorate of Education, Educational Leadership, specialization in Educational Technology
May 2006, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA
Masters of Education, Adult Education, Educational Technology, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
August 2002, Wayland Baptist University, Sheppard AFB, TX
Bachelors of Science, Occupational Education: Computer Information Sys., Minor. English
Associate of Applied Science, Computer Information Systems
May 1990, Community College of The Air Force, Ellsworth AFB, SD
Associate of Applied Science, Administrative Management
Professional Memberships and Certifications
2018 – Present – Open, Distance, and e-Learning (OdeL) Research and Mentoring Group (concealed information)
2012 – Present – Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Peer Reviewer, Conference Volunteer (2013)
2012 – Present – American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), Peer Reviewer
2016 –2017 – Adult Higher Education Alliance (AHEA), Technology Director
2012 – Present – Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Conference Volunteer (2016), Peer Reviewer, Member of ODeL Mentoring Group
2019 – Montgomery, A., Expert Panel, in Mallette, L. A. (2018), Dissertation Fundamentals for the Social Sciences 4th Ed forthcoming Dec 2019.
2018 – Montgomery, A. E. & Mallette, L. A. (2018) MOOC Malalignment
2018 – Montgomery, A. E. & Mallette, L. A. (2018) Foundations of Distance Education and Learning: The Impact of Fugitive Literature and Changing Definitions on Distance Education Research.
2017 – Montgomery, A. E. (2017). Writing a dissertation: Tools for success. University of Central Florida, Proceedings for AHEA 2017 Conference.
2016 – Montgomery, A. E. (2016) Massive Open Online Courses: Finding Consensus on Best Practices for Improving Learner Participation and Completion. University of Phoenix, Dissertation. Proquest
2006 – Montgomery, A. E. (2006) VISTA Educational Online Teachers Classroom, Armstrong Atlantic State University.
2000 - First Step, Inc. and Texas Council on Family Violence: ITS Query Instructional Pamphlet
PE Conference/CoTL 2019, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning to Engage Transnational and Intercultural Research Community in Course Design Using a Logic Model Framework Forthcoming (Award Winner)
AACE 2018 E-Learning Conference, Presenter, MOOC Malalignment; Fugitive Literature
AHEA 2017 Technology Director, Writing a dissertation: Tools for success.
AECT 2016 AECT International Convention Supervisor Volunteer, Graduate Student Assembly, Panel Discussion member: ST&C - A Sure Thing or Hedging Bets? Graduate Students Debate The Rise of Alt-Faculty Positions in Western Universities / STC and GSA Joint Panel: Chair: Eugene Kowch, University of Calgary - Faculty of Ed Debating an Increase in ALT-AC (Alt-Academic) Positions in the University and Their Impact on AECT Student Lives. Jennifer Englund, University of Minnesota; Anne Elizabeth Montgomery, University of Phoenix; Fan Ouyang, University of Minnesota; aysegul gok, Georgia State University Graduate Student; Eugene Kowch, University of Calgary - Faculty of Ed
AACE 2013 E-Learning Conference Volunteer
2017-Leadership Impact Awards – Distinguished Alumni Award Nominee, University of Phoenix
1983 - 1990, United States Air Force, Administrative Management, SSgt, Honorable Discharge, Last Clearance: Top Secret, DD 214 available upon request.
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