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Background Information

Employment History

Sixth Grade Spanish Teacher and Academic Support

Atlanta Charter Middle School


Spanish Teacher and Special Education

Atlanta Charter Middle School


Research Manager

School of Public Health


First Grade Full Inclusion Teacher

Chelsea Public Schools


Kindergarten-5th Grade Spanish Teacher

City Schools of Decatur


Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School


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Atlanta Charter Middle School

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Monica Wolff-Waldman - 6th and 8th (group B) Grade Spanish
mwaldman@atlantachartermiddle.com Monica Wolff-Waldman grew up in Mexico City. She grew up speaking Spanish and also speaks 6 other languages. She got her Ph.D. 13 years ago in clinical Neuropsychology and a post-doctoral fellowship at Yale University in psychiatric genetics but has to say that teaching is where her heart is now. She got married almost 9 years ago and she recently had twins, Ethan and Gabriela. She has been working as a teacher for 14 years now, 10 at the elementary level and 4 years here at ACMS.


Atlanta Charter Middle School

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Monica Waldman
6th Grade Spanish Teacher & Academic Support mwaldman@atlantachartermiddle.com


atlncs.org

Monica Waldman
Monica Waldman Monica Waldman is in her fifth year of teaching at ANCS. While she got her Ph.D. 14 years ago in clinical Neuropsychology and a post-doctoral fellowship at Yale University in psychiatric genetics, she has to say that teaching is where her heart is now. She has been working as a teacher for 14 years, ten at the elementary level and 4 years here at ACMS. Ms. Waldman worked at Chelsea Public Schools as a 1st grade full inclusion teacher. She also worked for the City Schools of Decatur as a Kindergarten-5th grade Spanish teacher while simultaneously working for almost 7 years as a research manager at the School of Public Health at Emory University doing drug abuse research. Ms. Waldman continues to combine psychology theories with education, which makes her classroom experience a very unique and special one. She feels confident in her knowledge of the curriculum for students and brings to the classroom an understanding of child development and effective methodologies to engage students in learning. With these skills she has been able to promote student inquiry, exploration and knowledge construction. It is her belief that it is important to give students many opportunities to pose questions, and utilize logic and reason to discover solutions with the goal of becoming confident problem solvers and learners. As a classroom teacher she has engaged students in hands-on experiences and empowered them to come to their own conclusions. This has helped her students to make connections between disciplines and to the world outside of the classroom. She believes this is how successful learning takes place. She believes in the power of children and the awesome influence a teacher holds. She knows that she has created a child-centered learning environment enriched with a community-centered core and exploration of self. Through songs, games, drama, art, and movement exercises students learn to understand and communicate in Spanish. Science, math, and social studies are also included in our Spanish lessons. Ms. Waldman continues to improve each year, and values your input and suggestions to help build a strong Spanish program. Ms. Waldman grew up in Mexico City. Her native language is Spanish but she also speaks six other languages. She has been married for almost ten years and has twins - Ethan and Gabriela. Ms. Waldman has a B.S. and an M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Anahuac University in Mexico City, an M.S. in Neuropsychopharmacology and a Ph.D in Psychopharmacology from University of Surrey, U.K., a Post-Doctorate in Psychiatric Genetics from Yale University, and a Masters in Public Health from Emory University. Mrs. Waldman hopes that she has an opportunity to meet you in the near future. Thank you for all your support! ¡Hasta luego!


atlncs.org

Monica Waldman
Monica Waldman


Atlanta Charter Middle School

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Monica Waldman , Sixth Grade Spanish
Mrs. Waldman continues to combine psychology theories with education, which makes her classroom experience a very unique and special one. She feels confident in her knowledge of the curriculum for students and brings to the classroom an understanding of child development and effective methodologies to engage students in learning. With these skills she has been able to promote student inquiry, exploration and knowledge construction. It is her belief that it is important to give students many opportunities to pose questions, and utilize logic and reason to discover solutions with the goal of becoming confident problem solvers and learners. As a classroom teacher she has engaged students in hands-on experiences and empowered them to come to their own conclusions. This has helped her students to make connections between disciplines and to the world outside of the classroom. She believes this is how successful learning takes place. She believes in the power of children and the awesome influence a teacher holds. She knows that she has created a child-centered learning environment enriched with a community-centered core and exploration of self. Click HERE for upcoming events and assignments from Ms. Waldman!


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