George Lucas Educational Foundation

Amy Begnene-Molnar

I have an amazing teaching career and believe Renaissance High School is the most fulfilling work I have ever done. I am French and German secondary certified as well as K-12 ESL. I am the sponsor of the French, German, National and Spanish Honor societies. I am the lead teacher in World Languages and teach AP French and German. I served on the Curriculum Development Committee for the district and am affiliated with a number of professional organizations-language/research/education/technology based. I also wrote the proposal for our Skillman Foundation Grant and was part of the grant writing team, and I was the School Improvement Team Chair. I was our Online Support Specialist, Data Director Leader, Netbook Administrator, and lead the district in application of Gaggle in the classroom. I have a B.A in French Language and Literature, a B.A. in German Language and Literature, a M.A in Education, and EdS in Curriculum & Instruction. Enough about me, but just in case you need more info, do not hesitate to contact me through my email.

Areas of Interest: 
School Improvement,
SECOND Language Acquisition

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