Madeline Rudden

Madeline Rudden


Madeline Rudden is a first-grade bilingual teacher at PS 133 in
Brooklyn, NY. Previously she taught at Excellence Boys Charter School for
three years, both fourth grade and first grade. She completed her
undergraduate degree at Boston College, May 2016, majoring in Elementary
Education and Hispanic Studies concentrating on English Language Learners.
Madeline was the recipient of the Wells Remy Crowther award for
consistently demonstrating a commitment to service and inspiring others by
her example. She also won The Patricia M. Coyle award for being a clear
thinker in her field, and her ability to translate the theories of child
development and learning into the practice of young children with
enthusiasm and love. She completed her master’s at Teacher’s College
Columbia University, May 2020, in the Bilingual-Bicultural Education
department. Her inquiry thesis project researched how metalinguistic
awareness influences emerging bilingual identity. Her research was accepted
to be presented at the New York State Association for Bilingual Education
(NSYABE) 2020 Conference. She is committed to promoting the benefits of
bilingualism and the power of language.

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