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Dr. Melissa Arrambide

Assistant Professor

Educational Leadership

Office Location: Frank Young Education North, #114

Phone: 903-886-5520

Email: Melissa.Arrambide@tamuc.edu



Education & Experience

Education

2003                   Doctor of Education Texas A & M University - Commerce

                           Dissertation Title: Bilingual Programs in Texas: A Multi-Site Comparison

                           Dissertation Committee: Dr. Carolyn Kneese, Chair Dr. Anita Pankake Dr. Leonardo Ledezma

                           (Educational Sociology)

1997                   Master of Science Texas A & M University - Commerce

                           Field of Study: Educational Administration

1994                   Bachelor of Arts Baylor University

Experience

Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, TX

Assistant Professor Educational Administration

Wylie Independent School District, Wylie Texas

Director of Special Services

Independent Consultant
Plano Independent School District

Principal – Meadows Elementary Plano

Independent School District

Assistant Principal – Meadows Elementary

Dallas Independent School District

Superintendent Internship

Assistant Principal – Pleasant Grove Elementary

Dallas Independent School District

Frederick Douglass Elementary

3rd Grade Teacher, 2nd Grade Teacher, Kindergarten Teacher

Professional Experience

2013           Humanities Responsible Conduct of Research Course 1

2013           Social and Behavioral Research – Basic/Refresher

2013           eCollege Training platform used for online course development and instruction.

2012           Texas Accountability System Training – Texas Education Agency

2012           504/RTI Legal Updates – Richards, Lindsey & Martin, LLP

2011           Federal Title Grant Compliance Training – Association for Compensatory Educators of Texas

2011           CSCOPE Curriculum Training

2010           Professional Learning Communities At Work – Solution Tree

2004           Conflict Resolution/Mediation Training

2003           Resiliency Training

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