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Marc Bednarczyk

Having taught from grade levels elementary thru middle school, Marc Bednarczyk has capably demonstrated his enviably unique skills in handling classes in Social Sciences and Civics and Culture in his various posts. After graduating from the University of Phoenix with not just one but two degrees: A Bachelor of Science degree in Communication, major in Culture and Communication; and a Doctor’s degree of Education in Educational Leadership major in Curriculum and Instruction, Marc joined Crestwood Elementary as 3rd Grade Social Sciences teacher from January 2003 to June 2003. He had to teach classes using the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) Standards including the National Standards for Civics and Government.  From August 2003 until June 2004, Mr. Bednarczyk handled classes for 6th Grade Language Arts at Augusta Elementary, using the stipulated Standards for the English Language Arts of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). His exceptional performance impressed the Augusta Area School District, which gave him his assignment as 7th and 8th Grade Social Sciences teacher at Augusta Middle School. From August 2007 to June 2010, Marc Bednarczyk served at Carson Academy of Science as 6th Grade Culture and Civics teacher. Mr. Bednarczyk’s consistently exemplary performance has impressed his colleagues who have elected him grade leader almost every year. Marc had been tasked to organize many major school activities and programs at the various posts he had served at. Truly, Marc Bednarczyk has proven that hard work and perseverance will truly spell success in whatever endeavor an individual undertakes.

Marc Bednarczyk

Marc Bednarczyk

From his early days at the University of Phoenix in Madison, Wisconsin to his most recent job at Carson Academy of Science, Mr. Marc Bednarczyk has continued to cultivate his own brand of professional excellence in his chosen career. Having completed two degrees has largely contributed to Marc’s commendable philosophy of education: to create a classroom environment highly-conducive to learning and that encourages students to shine with their own set of potentials.  This being his sole purpose in embarking on a career in education, Marc Bednarczyk thus prepared himself adequately with his two degrees: his Bachelor of Science in Communication with a major in Culture and Communication; and his Doctor of Education degree with concentration in Educational Leadership. Impressively, Marc Bednarczyk’s credentials caught the interest of the Madison Metropolitan School District, which allowed him to join Crestwood Elementary School as 3rd Grade Social Sciences teacher for 6 months from January to June 2003. Subsequently, Mr. Bednarczyk joined Augusta Elementary School as 6th Grade Language Arts teacher from August 2003 to June 2004. Marc’s next teaching assignment was at Augusta Middle School, where he taught 7th and 8th Grade Social Sciences (August 2004 to June 2007) following the guidelines stipulated by the Center for Civic Education, the National Standards for Civics and Government. His most recent teaching stint at Carson Academy of Science handling 6th Grade Culture and Civics allowed Marc to familiarize himself more with the PBIS and SAGE standards of classroom education. All told, Marc Bednarczyk has created a solid work history which will surely buoy his career in more ways than one.