Acknowledgments

Many thanks to the following REEP staff for their invaluable contributions at all phases of online curriculum development and implementation:

Leadership Team
Project Director - Inaam Mansoor
Project Coordinator - Suzanne Grant
Instructional Technology Coordinator - Elena Collins
Family English Coordinator - Mike Jerald

Unit Development
Phil Cackley
Kerry Carlsen
Elena Collins
Karen DeParis
Jennifer DiBella
Jennifer Fadden
Angie Felix
Anne Kenison
John Kinney
Cynthia Ingersoll
Christine LeCloux
Cathy McCargo
Donna Moss
Sharon McKay
Trish McLaurin Rodriguez
Melanie Siteki
Pat Thurston

Webquest Development
Mary Kay Alegre
Phil Cackley
Kerry Carlsen
Elena Collins
Christine LeCloux
Donna Moss

Sharon McKay
Vanessa Phillips
Melanie Siteki

Website Design and Development
Elena Collins
Karen Taylor

Web Support
Chris Blackstone
Aysegul Ozdemirli
Robert Mello
Molly Moran
Melanie Siteki

Non-Intensive Guide
Cheryl Fuentes

 

The REEP online curriculum is based on the following documents, curricula, and teacher training modules:
  • REEP Curriculum (3rd Edition): A Learner-Centered ESL Curriculum for Adults (1993) by the Arlington Education Employment Program (REEP). Arlington, VA: Arlington Public Schools.
  • Competency-Based Teacher Education Workshops in CBE/ESL (1984) by Deborah L. Schaffer and Carol H. Van Duzer.  Arlington, VA: Arlington Public Schools.
  • Discovering and Responding to Learner Needs: A Teacher Training Module (1993) by Suzanne Grant and Cathy Shank.  Arlington, VA: Arlington Public Schools.
  • Learner Evaluation: A Teacher Training Module (1992) by Cathy Shank.  Arlington, VA: Arlington Public Schools.
  • The REEP Curriculum: Competency-Based ESL for Adults (1985) by Timothy Riney and Margaret Seufert-Bosco.  Arlington, VA: Arlington Public Schools.
  • The REEP Family Literacy Curriculum, by Mary Kay Alegre and Mike Jerald. Arlington, VA: Arlington Public Schools.

 

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