In addition to teaching Spanish at Stonehill, I also am a Visiting Lecturer at Bridgewater State College teaching courses in Spanish. At Bridgewater I am also affiliated with the School of Education where I am a supervisor of student teachers. I have also taught at Massasoit Community College. Prior to my college teaching I was department chair for the Bridgewater-Raynham Regional School District. I also have given workshops on the Massachusetts World Languages Frameworks.
Some of my academic degrees include: Universidad Autonoma de Mexico (graduate studies), University of Southern California (graduate studies), Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Espana (graduate studies), Bradley University in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, (graduate studies) and, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth (graduate studies)
Some of my accomplishments include: Foreign Language Chair, Bridgewater-Raynham Regional School District (34 years), Visiting Lecturer, Bridgewater State College/University 1986-Present and, Supervisor of Student Teachers for School of Education at Bridgewater State College, (nine years)
My presentation include giving presentations to area high schools regarding Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.
- Stonehill College, A.B.
- Bridgewater State College, M.Ed.
- Middlebury College, M.A.
- Boston College (48 credit hours)