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Rachel's CV

Dr. Rachel R. McAnallen
504 Chaffeeville Road
Storrs, CT 06268

Doctorate of Philosophy (2010)
University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut
Major: Educational Psychology
Specialization: Gifted and Talented Education
Dissertation Title: Examining Mathematics Anxiety in Elementary Classroom Teachers
Master of Science (1968)
Adelphi University, Garden City, New York
Major: Mathematics Education
Bachelor of Science (1958)
Slippery Rock State Teachers College, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania
Majors: Mathematics and Social Studies
Professional Experiences:
2006-present     Founder and President of Zoid and Company
2000-2005          Partner of Aeon Knowledge/Math Channel
1990-2000          Founder and President of McAnallen Consulting Services Corp.
1984-2002          Founder and President of the Institute for Math Mania
1984-present     Model teaching/In-service trainer for the following:
State of Vermont - Thirty districts, over 100 schools
State of Maine - Fourteen districts
State of New Hampshire - Eight districts
State of New York - Ten districts
State of Massachusetts - Seven districts
State of Connecticut - Eight districts
State of Delaware - Seven districts
States of Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Illinois, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia; US territories of St. Croix and St. Thomas
1983/Dec.          Interim Principal, Alberg Elementary School, Alberg, VT
1979-1983         Associate Principal, Harwood Union High School, Moretown, VT
1979-1983         School Board Member, U-32 School District, Montpelier, VT
1958-1979         Teacher of mathematics courses grades 7-12 in Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont
1972-1979         Mathematics Department Head, Vermont

Related Professional Experiences:
2010-2011         Adjunct professor for SUNY Buffalo - Ethiopia
2010                    Workshop presenter American School of Kuwait
2009                    Workshop presenter American School of Dubai
1997-1998         Staff development presenter, Durham School Board, Ontario, Canada
1996-1999         Staff development presenter, Government of the Virgin Islands, St. Croix, St. Thomas
1995-1997         Visiting lecturer, Schmerenbeck RAU Educational Centre, Craighall Primary School, St. Peter's Preparatory School, Johannesburg, South Africa
1995-1997          Visiting teacher, Weiler Farm School, Orange Farm School, Makhoarane Primary, Soweto, South Africa
1994-1998          Instructor and coordinator of "Math Problem Solving Institute" in conjunction with Norwich University and IMM
1986-1993          Instructor of "Math Problem Solving Institute" EDSS 200, University of Vermont
1984-present      Instructor of "Math Strands for Gifted and Talented" Confratute, University of Connecticut
1986                    Instructor of "Math Without Fear" PSTG 10, University of Vermont
1980                    Instructor of "Women and Math Anxiety" Goddard College, Plainfield, VT
1976-1992           Instructor of "Professional Problems in Education: Improving Basic Math Instruction" EDSS 380, University of Vermont
1975-1994           Staff development trainer for programs sponsored by Adult Basic Education, Resources Agent Program, Early Elementary Education Institute, Vermont Department of Education; Bilingual/Multicultural Education Program, New Hampshire Department of Education; Department of Educational and Cultural Services, Maine Department of Education; Tri-State Bilingual Parent Training Program, St. Michael's College, VT; Northeast Equal/Northeast Regional Exchange Inc., Chelmsford, MA; Delaware Summer Math Institute, Delaware Department of Education
1980-1993           Trainer for parents and teachers in "Family Math" program
Related Experience:
1973-1979           Cross country running coach
1968-1977           Field hockey and softball coach - Class I State Softball Champions, 1976
1970-1979           DGWS State Field Hockey Official - high school/college level
1959-1970           DGWS National Basketball Official - high school/college level