Curriculum Vitae

Michael DeNobile
 

19 Richard Drive

Mahopac, NY 10541

 

E-mail: michael.denobile@gmail.com

Phone: (845) 612-9900

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Curriculum Vitae

Michael DeNobile
 

19 Richard Drive

Mahopac, NY 10541

 

E-mail: michael.denobile@gmail.com

Phone: (845) 612-9900

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Curriculum Vitae

Michael DeNobile, MS, MFA
 

19 Richard Drive

Mahopac, NY 10541

 

E-mail: michael.denobile@gmail.com

Phone: (845) 612-9900

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Michael DeNobile
Qualifications
Manhattanvile College, Purchase, NY. MFA Writing: Fiction.
2010 - 2013

 

  • GPA: 3.82, Magna cum laude.

  • Foundations in Graduate Creative Writing. Advanced Seminar thesis: The 21st Century Educational Manifesto: A Curriculum Proposal that Promotes Freedom, Learning, and Life Preparation.

  • Writing Workshops; Summer Writers' Workshops. Thesis Project novel: Chickasaw Creek.
     

College of Mt. St. Vincent, Riverdale, NY. MS Urban & Multicultural Education.

​2003 - 2007

 

  • GPA: 9.94, Summa cum laude, Professional Certifications: Secondary English (2012) & Students with Disabilities (2013). NY ID: 1839983. Current Status: Registered (8/4/2-17-1/31/2023).

  • Public Speaking; Education & Society; Health Education in Schools; Psychology of Teaching & Learning

  • Methods – Teaching English; Teaching Literacy in the Inclusive Secondary Classroom

  • Introduction to Students with Disabilities; Foundations in Urban & Multicultural Education

  • Cross-Cultural Communication; Research for Classroom Teachers • Language, Cognitive Development, & Cultural Diversity; Strategies for Inclusion of Special Learners

  • Teaching Across the Content Areas: Pedagogy in English Language Arts and Social Studies

  • Classroom Management & Social Skills Instruction; Practicum in Assessment & Instruction of Special Learners

  • Life Span Special Education: Transition from Birth to Adulthood
     

College of Mt. St. Vincent, Riverdale, NY. BA English; Minor - Religious Studies.

​2003 - 2007

  • GPA: 3.84, Magna cum laude, Erasmus Honor Scholar.

  • English

    • ​Introduction to Literary Interpretation; Shakespeare; The English Tradition I & II

    • American Literature: Modern Age; World Literature; Creative Writing Workshop: Fiction

    • Coordinating Seminar; Senior Writing Studio; Writing Workshop

  • Religious Studies

    • ​Search for Wisdom; The Life of Faith; Sociology; Bioethics; Science & Religion

    • Death as a Fact of Life; God & Evil; Modern Catholic Thinkers

Interests

creative / technical writing

classical / modern literature

scholastic journalism

history / science / fine arts

philosophy / theology

multiculturalism / world religions

youth / young adult outreach

community service / building

social media

Skills

building community / relationships

communication / interpersonal

collaboration

computer / technology

creative / critical thinking

cross curricular education

curriculum building / knowledge

flexibility

leadership

multicultural education

networking

passion / patience / professionalism

team player

Awards, Honors & Affiliations
  • Delta Epsilon Sigma

  • Erasmus Honors Scholar

  • Journalism Education Association

  • Kappa Delta Pi

  • National Consortium for Teaching about Asia

  • Sigma Tau Delta; NEHS (STD High School Affiliate)

  • Theta Alpha Kappa

  • US Achievement Academy Collegiate All-America Scholar Award for Academic Excellence

  • Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges & Universities (2007)