Paul A. Wiedorn


M. S. in General Education, Johns Hopkins University, 1999
M.S.E. in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, University of Michigan, 1981
B.S. in Naval Architecture, U. S. Naval Academy, 1978



Teacher at Wilde Lake High School from August 2008 to Present

Teaching students in Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, and Engineering Design.
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Teacher at Old Mill High School from July 2007 to June 2008

Wrote/developed/improved three new courses: Production Sytems I; Power, Energy, and Transportation; and Communications System II (none of which had approved curriculum or pacing guides). Also the first and only teacher at the school to teach the new Foundations of Technology course. Taught one section of Keyboarding for the business department each semester.

Teacher at Catonsville High School from July 1998 to July 2007

Continued excellence in teaching technology. Teach Introduction to Engineering, Research & Experimentation, Introduction to Technology Systems and Power, Energy and Transportation.
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Teacher at Owings Mills High School from August 1994 to June 1998

Effective transition to teaching at this level. Application of math and science to practical problems in technology. Taught Introduction to Engineering and Introduction to Technology Systems.
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Surface Warfare Officer in the U. S. Navy from June 1978 to August 1994

Various assignments afloat and ashore including Repair Officer on the USS Enterprise (CVN 65), Navigator on the USS Halsey (CG 23), Shift Engineer at the AIW Nuclear Reactor Prototype, Operations Officer on the USS Robison (DDG 12), the Radiological Controls Officer on the USS Puget Sound (AD-38) and finally a Master Instructor in Naval Architecture at the U.S. Naval Academy.
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