Guidelines for the Development of World Language Teachers:
Linguistic and Cultural Competence
Pedagogical Competence
Continuing Professional Development

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Guidelines by Central Jersey World Languages Professional Development Institute 2000.
Guidelines for the Development of World Language Teachers:
Meeting the Vision of the Standards

Facilitator: Helena Curtain, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Jacqueline Benevento, Rowan University
Mary Lee Bretz, Rutgers University
Rebecca Brittain, Rutgers University
Marion Carolan, Jackson Twp. Public Schools
Alisa Dupuy, Princeton Regional Schools
Eloise Forster, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Priscilla Gac-Artigas, Monmouth University
Joseph Goebel, The College of New Jersey
Marion Hussong, Rutgers University
Scott Jacobs, Plumstead Twp Public Schools
Janis Jensen, New Jersey State Department of Education
Grisel López-Diaz, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Alvin Lubiner, Caldwell College
Elaine Lubiner, Caldwell College
Alison Maginn, Monmouth University
Ray Meulener, Hopewell Twp Public Schools
Glenn Morgan, Monmouth University
Margarita Pont, East Brunswick Public Schools
Cheryl Reagan, Sussex County Community College
Wallis Reid, Rutgers University
Karen Sanchez, Rutgers University
Sarah Savary, Warren Public Schools
Martin Smith, Princeton Public Schools
Dorothy Strickland, Rutgers University
Connie Titone, The College of New Jersey
Nancy Tumposky, Montclair State University

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