Professional BiographyJennifer MardenCTE - Business and IT Teacher
I am so happy to be a part of the Loudoun County HS CTE team as the Business Education/Information Technology teacher for the Introduction to Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Operations, Application Development, and Personal Finance classes. This is my eleventh year teaching at LCPS.
I graduated from Mary Baldwin University in Staunton, VA where I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration, with minors in Economics and Computer Information Systems. My Master's degree in Business Administration was earned from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. Shenandoah University is where I earned my Virginia state teaching licensure with endorsements in Business Education and Marketing. I have been teaching for the past nine years for LCPS. I am also a former Adjunct Professor for the Kogod School of Business, Masters of Business Administration program, at American Univerisity in Washington, DC (go Eagles!)
Prior to teaching, I worked as an Information Technology systems engineer, consultant, developer, manager, and director for various consulting and telecommunications companies in northern Virginia, Kansas, and abroad (Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea, Chile, and Canada). After seventeen years in IT, I switched careers from doing business to teaching business!
My goal in education is to have all of my students learn many workplace readiness and business skills to enhance their academic and everyday lives. I want my students to excel in life skills: communication skills, people skills, and networking skills. My students enjoy an innovative and enthusiastic class where learning is challenging and fun!
Please check ParentVue or Student Vue for grades and Schoology for lessons and assignments. If you have any questions, please send me an email at Jennifer.Marden@lcps.org.
My 2021-2022 Schedule:
1st - Personal Finance Room 132 5th - Cybersecurity Operations Room 130 2nd - Application Development Room 130 6th - Study Hall Room 229 3rd - Planning 7th - Planning/ CLT 4th - Introduction to Cyber Room 130 8th - Introduction to Cyber Room 130 Advisory Department Grading Policy Department Reassessment policyAll CTE Classes - Major and minor summative assessments will make up 100% of your grade. Formal formatives will be shown in the grade book but will not have an impact on final grades.All missing work will receive a 0% but can be turned in late. Any work later than two class periods will incur a grade reduction.All CTE Classes - Students have two class periods to schedule a retake or makeup assessment without penalty for an excused absence.Students will be required to complete some form of remediation or study guide to be eligible for a retake.Students will receive the higher of the two grades.Retakes may not be the exact test/project.FBLA/Interact AdvisorNHS Co-sponsorDebate Team Coach