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Charlotte Ardoin Casgrain Edit Profile

Foreign language professional

Charlotte Ardoin Casgrain, American foreign language professional. Certified elementary and high school French teacher. Recipient Outstanding Senior Vol., Sarasota Public Schools, 2005; grantee French Government grant, 1980; scholar Alliance Francaise scholar, 1969-1970; Fullbright grantee, 1964.

Background

Casgrain, Charlotte Ardoin was born on April 24, 1940 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Ardoin Edmund and Mildred Chaloner (Davis) Casgrain.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in French Literature, Brown University, 1962. Master of Education, University Bridgeport, 1966. Master of Arts in Romance Languages, University Bridgeport, 1972.

Career

Assistant to the directors Les Chalets Francais, Deer Isle, Maine, 1955—1979. French specialist Greenwich Public Schools, Connecticut, 1962—1997. Director Le Cercle Francais, since 1997.

Consultant Scholastic Testing Service, 1985-1986, Educational Testing Services 1986-1987, French for Mastery (second edition). NACEL program France, 1985-1989. Educational consultant District of Columbia Health.

Achievements

  • Certified elementary and high school French teacher.

Membership

Republican United Way, Greenwich, 1984-1988. Chairman Greenwich Education Association Scholarship Program. Member American Association of Teachers in French, Alliance Francaise of Greenwich, Council of Language Teachers, National Education Association, Connecticut Education Association, Greenwich Education Association, American Council Teaching of Foreign Language, Connecticut Assessment Educational Process.

Connections

father:
Ardoin Edmund Casgrain

mother:
Mildred Chaloner (Davis) Casgrain