Annalise E. Silivanch
Abraham Clark High School, Roselle NJ – ELA Teacher
August 2015 – present
Sole teacher of AP English 12th grade, and honors English 11th grade. Curriculum writer for English 11/12/Philosophy & Debate elective, PD leader for tiered curriculum for honors → AP. Consistently positive classroom observations by administration. Volunteer faculty advisor for nascent Debate Club. Taught online synchronous courses with Schoology, Genesis. Forty hours annually of AP Literature tutoring conferences, online & in-person, 2018-present.
Drew University, Madison NJ – Lecturer in Writing
August 2010 – May 2015
Designed and assessed evolving first-year writing program with three distinct student tiers and a shared core competencies. Coached weekly small group work. Partnered with Drew’s First Year Seminar Program for thematic hybrid coursework. Multi-platform online instruction & conferencing.
University of Phoenix, Jersey City, NJ – Instructor/Area Chair for Humanities
September 2005 – May 2015
Led online content area meetings for faculty, led 20-hour new faculty certification classroom process, conducted faculty observations/evaluations at the Jersey City campus, faculty training, curriculum assessment and recommendations, managed online faculty meetings. Area Chair annual position 2010-2011. Instruction specialties include all levels of writing courses, public speaking, research and college prep courses. Host Instructor for J.D. Powers & Associates’ classroom observation which resulted in analyst stock recommendation.
Education for Sustainability Curriculum PD, statewide – Facilitator
2005 – 2010
Led PBL-based, student-led workshops for high school students that explored the connection between individual decision-making and larger environmental trends, with follow-up student reflection and assessment. In partnership with Cloud Institute, New York, NY.
Author, Education & Environment
● Rebuilding America’s Infrastructure (Aug. 2010)
● Essential Careers (Jan. 2010)
● Making the Right College Choice (Jan. 2010)
Other credits: McSweeney’s, Yankee, NJ-based news publications, Journal of New Jersey Poets
Editor, New York, NY, Business Travel News
Managed business and managed online and print news and publications for international B2B corporate travel industry. Managed newsletter’s transition from print/ online product to exclusively online. Organized international travel reporting, tracking industry shifts before and after 9/11’s impact on corporate travel.
Monmouth University – Teaching Certification
Received August 2016
Sarah Lawrence College – MFA in Poetry
Rutgers University – BA in English
Outstanding Faculty Award, 2010
Student Feedback Award, 2015
Evelyn Hamilton Award in Poetry, Rutgers University