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    • Curriculum Vita David E. Emenheiser
    • Special Competencies
        • Team-building, consensus formation,and group facilitation skills
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        • Safe, positive, strength-oriented learning environment, school culture and climate
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        • Research-based school start-up, development and improvement planning anad evaluation
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        • Integration of educational, therapeutic and vocational programming
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        • Supervision, development and evaluation of professional and paraprofessional staff
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        • Creative alternative program planning and administration
    • Areas of professional interest
      • Emotional and behavioral diversity
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      • Special education practice and leadership
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      • Social neuroscience - especially affective aspects
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      • Interpersonal and group interactions
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      • Disability as a social construct
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    • Research interests
      • The general education school culture and climate necessary for successful inclusion of emotionally and behaviorally diverse learners
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      • The fidelity of implementation of special education and related services for emotionally and behaviorally diverse students within a non- or cross-categorical environment
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      • The preparation of general and non-categorical special education teachers and administrators to teach emotionally and behaviorally diverse children and adolescents
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      • Federal, state, and local policy that promotes effective services for the whole child
    • Education
      • (2012)    Special Education, Doctoral Candidate, GWU
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      • 2004    Ed. Policy & Leadership, 24 Graduate Credits, UMCP
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      • 2000    Admin & Supervision, 12 Grad. Cr., McDaniel College
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      • 1998    Special Education, M. A., George Washington U.
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      • 1994    Ed. Studies & Psychology, B. A., U. of Delaware
    • Higher education experience
      • University supervisor of 4 interns per semester
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      • Instructor of Internship Seminar
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      • Recruitment Officer for 3 projects
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      • Manager of tuition and stipend awards for 20 master's students
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      • Student Representative on faculty search committee
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    • School administration experience
      • Grew nonpublic school from 18 to 120+ students in 4 years
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      • Showed 20% or higher profitability
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      • Supervised and evaluated faculty and staff of 30
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      • Managed school facility and operations
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      • Developed new programs and school locations
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      • Eight years leading nonpublic special education high schools
    • Publications
      • Pathways of hope for the students left behind: The sagas of two students. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 12, pp.71-75.
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      • Coming out resilient: Strategies to help gay and lesbian youth. Reaching Today's Youth: The Community Circle of Caring Journal, (3) 4, pp.51-54.
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      • CB Career Education Scope and Sequence , Pathways Schools.
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      • The Pathways School at Edgewood: A Guide for Students and Families , Pathways Schools.
    • Presentations
      • Pioneers in the field of educational neuroscience: Special education doctoral students bridge the gap . 6th Annual Educational Symposium for Research and Innovation, GWU, Feb. 28, 2009.
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      • A study in shadow: A metaphor of Eisner's imaginings In N. Paley Reimagining "The Educational Imagination:" A gallery walk of Aesthetic Research Methodologies. 6th Annual ESRI, GWU, Feb. 28, 2009.
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      • Meeting Students Where They Are . The Benedictine School, May 16, 2003.
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      • The Pathways Schools: Transition within the Community , MANSEF Conference, Dec. 1, 2000.
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      • The Pathways Schools: Transition within the Community , Apr. 4, 1997
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      • Providing Culturally Sensitive Services to Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Adolescents . The Metropolitan Consortium of Special Education Schools' Conference, Nov. 5, 1996.
    • Certification
      • Advanced Professional Certificate, Maryland, 2011
        • Special Education, Grade 6 - Adult
        • Administrator I
        • Administrator II
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      • Trainer, Therapeutic Aggression Control Techniques, expired
      Awards Selective Excellence Doctorate in Special Education   Dean's Scholar Award, 2008-2009 & 2009-2010
    • Community & volunteer service
      • 2008 – 2010    President, GW Student Ch #1006, Council for Exceptional Children
      • 2008 – 2009    Student Representative, EBD Faculty Search Committee, George Washington University
      • 2001 – 2007    Advisory Council for Programs for Teachers of Students with EBD, George Washington University
      • 2000 – 2004    Board Director & Treasurer, Anne Arundel Council of Community Services, Maryland
      • 2003 - 2004     Reviewer, Bridge to Excellence Master Plan Peer Review Panel, Maryland State Department of Education
      • 1999 – 2004    Professional Member, Anne Arundel Special Education Citizens’ Advisory Council, Maryland
      • 1998 – 2003    Conference Planning Committee, Maryland Association of Nonpublic Special Education Facilities
    • Contact
      • Emic Consultancy
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      • 913 Blue Ridge Drive
      • Annapolis, Maryland 21409
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      • 410-302-6844 (m)
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      • [email_address]
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