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Patricia Anne DiPillo

Patricia Anne DiPillo, American language educator, researcher. Achievements include design of WebQuest Curriculum. Neighborhood coordinator Boston City Council, 2003—2005; Member of American Educational Research Association, Massachusetts Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (member development publications committee), Classical Association Massachusetts (president 1991-1995).

Background

  • DiPillo, Patricia Anne was born on August 13, 1951 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Alfred N. and Louise M. DiPillo.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Boston College, 1973. Master of Education, Lesley University, 1995. Doctor of Education, University Massachusetts, Lowell, 2005.

    Career

    • Latin/Spanish teacher Weymouth (Massachusetts) Public Schools, 1975—1977, Ashland (Massachusetts) Public Schools, 1977—1981, Acton (Massachusetts) Public Schools, 1981—2004. Latin teacher Marlborough (Massachusetts) Public Schools, 2004—2007. Department chairman foreign language Falmouth Public School, since 2007.

      Presenter Northeast Council teaching foreign language, since 2008, 4th International Research Conference, Nashville, since 2009. Presenter instructional practices inventory EERA, Savannah, Georgia, 2010. Presenter instructional practices inventory Florida teachers Sixth International Language Teacher Conference, Washington, 2009.

      Assessor National Board Professional Teaching Standards, since 2002. Adjunct Merrimack Education Collaborative/Fitchburg State College, Chelmsford, Massachusetts, since 2006. Teacher education licensure scorer Massachusetts Department Education.

      Reviewer National Council Teacher Accreditation American Council Teaching of Foreign Languages, American Education Research Journal. Invited speaker American Education Research Association, China, 2007, National Council Teaching Foreign Languages, New York City, 2007. Presenter in field; private tutor for foreign languages.

      Board program reviewers National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, 2009, lead reviewer, 09. Presenter in fields.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include design of WebQuest Curriculum.

    Works

    • Co-author: The Ancient City of AB-urbe SUBurbe (Gold Chalice award, 2000). Author: Gods and Heroes of the Odyssey, 2006 (Gold Chalice award, 2007). Correspondent: Boston College magazine.

      Presenter NECTFL, 2008. Contributor articles to professional journals. Author: (4 part article) The Instruetional Practices Inventory, 2010.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Neighborhood coordinator Boston City Council, 2003—2005. Member of American Educational Research Association, Massachusetts Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (member development publications committee), Classical Association Massachusetts (president 1991-1995).

    Personality

    Interests

    Travel.

    Connections

    • father: Alfred N.
    • mother: Louise M. DiPillo
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    Born August 13, 1951
    (age 66)
    Nationality
    • 1973
      Boston College
    • 1995
      Lesley University
    • 2005
      University Massachusetts
    • 1975 - 1977
      Latin/Spanish teacher, Weymouth (Massachusetts) Public Schools
    • 1977 - 1981
      Latin/Spanish teacher, Weymouth (Massachusetts) Public Schools
    • 1981 - 2004
      Latin/Spanish teacher, Weymouth (Massachusetts) Public Schools
    • 2004 - 2007
      Latin teacher, Marlborough (Massachusetts) Public Schools
    • 2007
      department chairman foreign language Falmouth Public School
    • 2009
      presenter instructional practice, s inventory Florida teachers Sixth International Language Teacher Conference
      Washington, United States
    • 2009
      presenter Northeast Council teaching foreign language
      Nashville, Tennessee, United States
    • 2010
      presenter instructional practice, s inventory EERA
      Savannah, Georgia, United States
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