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Daniel Newman of Elizabethtown, Derry Township, Pennsylvania is an expert teacher of Spanish, who has been teaching for ten years, starting in an educational leadership role in 2013 as a teacher at New Albany High School in New Albany, Indiana, where he taught levels I, II, Dual Credit/IB level course of Spanish III, and piloted a Heritage Spanish course. While at New Albany High School, he also headed up the New Albany High School Spanish Club. After teaching Spanish at Tigard High School in Tigard, Oregon, where he taught IB Spanish I and II to over thirty students who were able to complete and master the IB Spanish test and receive the IB diploma, Daniel Newman then spent two years as a Spanish teacher at Northern High School in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania. While there, he taught levels I, II, III, and IV Spanish, as well as sponsored the Spanish Club. Next, Mr. Newman taught Spanish I and II at Elizabethtown Middle School and High School in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. His most recent post is at GREEN Charter School in Greenville, South Carolina, teaching Social Studies to 7th and 8th graders. In his most recent role, Daniel Newman has taught South Carolina History, Geography, and sponsors the Rho Kappa and Jr. Rho Kappa Honors Society.
Daniel Newman graduated from Cleveland High School in 2005 with a full International Baccalaureate diploma. After which, he attended Brandeis University from 2005-2009, where he was a double major in History and Latin American studies. He was adventurous and fortunate enough to study abroad in Grenada, Spain in the autumn of 2007, and in Cochabamba, Bolivia in the spring of 2008. He then studied at Millersville University, where he earned a post baccalaureate degree and teacher certification in 2012. To round out his educational background, Mr. Newman achieved the level of Master of Arts in Spanish in 2015 at the University of Louisville.
Daniel Newman has a long history of volunteerism, whether in Elizabethtown, Derry Township, Pennsylvania or the various places he has lived and spent his time helping others throughout his educational career and journey. As recent as 2019, he was a little league t-ball coach in Derry Township, Pennsylvania. Prior to that, Mr. Newman worked with Amigos de las Américas. While working with that organization, Dan Newman spent six years between the Portland, Oregon and Boston, Massachusetts chapters. During his time with Amigos de las Americas, Daniel worked in Dajabón, Dominican Republic and Canazas, Panama as a volunteer teaching health, nutrition, environmental sustainability, and English to school children. He was also part of a sustainable construction project that renovated a school and built a roofed meeting space. Whether through his volunteership or work as a teacher, Daniel Newman has always demonstrated his dedication to the education of his students and people in general. He embodies the idea of an instructor living what they teach.
A seasoned Spanish instructor
Daniel Newman of Elizabethtown, Derry Township, Pennsylvania began his career in 2013 as a teacher at New Albany High School in New Albany, Indiana. There, he taught Spanish levels I and II, Dual Credit/IB level course of Spanish III, and piloted a Heritage Spanish course. He also oversaw the Spanish Club at New Albany High School during his time there. Daniel Newman spent two years as a Spanish teacher at Northern High School in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, where he taught levels I, II, III, and IV Spanish, as well as sponsored the Spanish Club. This followed his time teaching IB Spanish I and II to over thirty students at Tigard High School in Tigard, Oregon. These students were successful in passing the IB Spanish test and earning the IB diploma. Then, in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, Mr. Newman taught Spanish I and II at the middle and high schools. His most recent position is as a Social Studies teacher for 7th and 8th grade students at GREEN Charter School in Greenville, South Carolina. Daniel Newman has most recently sponsored the Rho Kappa and Jr. Rho Kappa Honors Societies and taught South Carolina History and Geography.