Mr. Benjamin M. Malone

Phone: (432)685-4641

Email: benjamin.malone@midlandisd.net

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor's of Behavioral Science in Secondary Social Studies Education, Hardin-Simmons University Master of Arts in Political Science, Texas State University, (in progress) Certificates: Secondary Social Studies Composite 8-12, 2008 renewed 2014-2019. Advanced Placement Summer Institutes: Pre-AP World Geography--Texas Christian University, 2008 AP U.S. History--the University of Oklahoma,2011 AP World History--the University of Texas, at San Antonio, 2014 Kagan Institute--Dallas, 2014 Commissioned Notary Public for the State of Texas

Mr. Benjamin M. Malone

  
     My name is Benjamin M. Malone and I am in my ninth year of teaching.  I am entering my fourth year at Early College High School at Midland College teaching Pre-AP World History.  Previously, I taught Pre-AP World Geography and Government at Perryton High School in Perryton, Texas where I was the chair of the Social Studies Dept.
 
     I grew up in Abilene and attended Hardin-Simmons University where I received my Bachelors of Behavioral Science in Social Studies Education in 2008.  I am certified to teach any Social Studies in grades 8-12 with a College Board Certificate in Pre-AP World Geography, AP United States History and AP World History. I am currently pursuing a Masters of Arts in Political Science from Texas State University and will complete this degree in the Spring of 2018.
 
     After graduating from HSU, I moved to Perryton to teach and now find myself back home in West Texas.  I live in Coahoma with my wife Jerriann (who teaches Family and Consumer Sciences at Coahoma HS,) my cat Atticus and my golden retriever Ellie.  We welcomed our daughter Gracen to the world in January of 2016.
 
     This is my fourth year of teaching with the Midland Independent School District.  I enjoy working for ECHS@MC and enjoy my subject matter even more.  Please, if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email me here.
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