Camille fitzpatrick markey, PH.D.

 
 
 

EDUCATION 

 

Ph.D.   Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, June 2009

M.A.   Theology, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, December 2003

M.Ed.  Education, Secondary English, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, August 2002

            Degree granted in conjunction with the Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE),

            a two-year teaching and service fellowship

B.A.    English magna cum laude, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, May 2000

            Minor in Theology, Concentration in the Hesburgh Program in Public Service


 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Associate Director, Center for Christian-Jewish Learning, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

            (June 2010-present)

            Develop and coordinate research initiatives, conferences, publications, and general educational

            programs.

            Facilitate partnerships between the Center and other groups working in the area of Christian-Jewish

            relations.

            Serve as managing editor of the Center’s academic journal.

            Manage daily operations of the Center, including finances, website content, and supervision of student

            interns.


Adjunct Faculty, Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA

            (September 2009-May 2010)

Taught undergraduate, sequential humanities courses (Critical Thinking and Writing I and II) focused on building student skills in analytical reading, critical thinking, research, draft writing and self-editing, and several forms of academic writing. 


Head English Teacher, African Community Education (ACE) Program, Worcester, MA

(January 2009-May 2010)

Developed and implemented program curriculum, diagnostic and school-year assessments, and

teacher and staff directives.

Articulated learning objectives and level-appropriate skill sets, linking them to state standards.

Recruited and advised program’s English teachers.

Helped write and revise grant applications.

Designed and implemented English and language arts lessons for African refugee students.

Focused on reading comprehension, grammar, writing skills, and vocabulary development.


 Consultant, Office of University Advancement, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

            (November 2009-April 2010)

Served as lead organizer of a national conference sponsored by the Boston College Alumni Association, including all budget, sponsorship, publicity, electronic and print media, speaker, and logistical concerns.

Managed on-line Service & Spirituality program of Alumni Association.

Developed and coordinated roles of alumni groups and networking events.   


Consultant, Diocese of Worcester Catholic Schools Office, Worcester, MA

            (July-October 2009)

Conducted a program evaluation for the Diocese of Worcester regarding the St. Paul Catholic Schools Consortium Math and Science Summer Enrichment Program.

Evaluation included analysis of surveys and interviews administered to Diocesan administrators, principals, teachers, parents, and students; program curriculum; program materials; student demographic data; and student academic records.

 

Instructor, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

            (January-May 2008)

Co-taught a graduate education course (Supervision in Action) focused on mentorship of student

teachers, assessment strategies, and bridging teaching theory and practice.


Graduate Assistant, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

            (September 2005-May 2008)

            Facilitated collaborative mentoring programs for student teachers.

            Conducted qualitative and quantitative research assessing mentoring programs.

            Assisted with organization, implementation, and assessment of teacher induction and professional

            development programs.

            Edited professors’ publications.

            Conducted K-12 school site visits and interviews for school-university partnership programs.

 

Campus Minister, Elms College, Chicopee, MA

(November 2007-May 2008)

Planned and coordinated liturgies for school community.

Developed involvement of student liturgical, musical, and service groups.

Assisted with logistical planning of service trips and retreats.


High School Theology Teacher, Notre Dame Academy, Hingham, MA

            (September 2003-June 2005)

            Designed and implemented junior and senior Theology lessons.

            Focused on Catholic Social Justice, Papal Encyclicals, morality, and sexuality.

            Coordinated and chaperoned weekly and special service projects for students.

            Planned and coordinated school liturgies and retreats; played piano with choir.


Liturgical Music Coordinator, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

            (June 2002-May 2003)

            Planned and coordinated music for weekly masses and special masses.

            Directed weekly music practice with singers and instrumentalists.

            Served as primary pianist.

            Assisted with the planning and facilitation of retreats.

 

High School English Teacher, Charlotte Catholic High School, Charlotte, NC

            (September 2000-June 2002)

            Designed and implemented freshmen English lessons.

            Focused on detailed reading skills and comprehension, essay writing, vocabulary development,

            and grammar skills.

Played piano for school choir and school liturgies.

 

Teaching Assistant, Upward Bound Program, South Bend, IN

(June-August 2000)

Taught high school English to at-risk adolescent summer school students.


Teaching Assistant, Sugar Loaf School, Orange County, NY

(June-August 1998)

Tutored at-risk, incarcerated male adolescents in language arts.



CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS


“Content Mentoring in Teacher Education: Its Value for Teacher Candidates and Their Arts and Sciences Faculty Mentors.” New England Educational Research Organization, Portsmouth, NH, April 2010.

“The Controversy over Question 2 and Bilingual Education in Massachusetts: The Public Discourse, Why it Passed, and What We Can Learn From It.” Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 2008.

“Empowering Student Teachers to Empower Students: How a Mentoring Program for Student Teachers Encourages Praxis of Critical Theory.” New England Educational Research Organization, Portsmouth, NH, April 2007.

“Female Minority Mentoring in Higher Education:  A Review of the Literature and an Analysis of Four Interviews.” Women and Work Conference, City University of New York, New York, NY, March 2007.


PUBLICATIONS

Fitzpatrick, C. (2005, March). Response from the field. [Review of the article “Narrative theology in the high school classroom: Teaching theology through the literature”]. Catholic Education: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice, 8(3), 375-376.


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND LICENSURE

American Educational Research Organization (AERA), 2005-present
Massachusetts Educator Licensure: English as a Second Language 

Curriculum Vitae

 

Educational Professional


Email: CamilleFMarkey@gmail.com  

Phone: 617-413-0276