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educator , consultant , Language professional

Jo Ann Olliphant, American language professional, educator, consultant.

Background

Olliphant, Jo Ann was born on March 1, 1944 in Kalispell, Montana, United States. Daughter of Glenn Elmer and Dorothy Alice (Moore) Manning.

Education

Bachelor, University Montana, 1966. Master of Arts, Pacific Lutheran University, 1982.

Career

Teacher French, United States Military Schools, Federal Republic of Germany, 1968-1973;teacher French, The Annie Wright School, Tacoma, Washington, 1974-1980;teacher French, Epiphany School, Seattle, 1980-1989;methods instructor, The Language School, Seattle, 1982-1989. Consultant in field, since 1984. Instructor Western Washington U., 1983-1989, Whitworth College, 1983-1986, U. Puget Sound, since 1990, Seabury School, since 1991.

Director curriculum and teacher training Pacific Lutheran U., 1983-1987. 2d vice president Advisers for Language Learning.

Works

Membership

Member Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Teachers English to Speakers Other Languages, American Council Teaching Foreign Languages, New Horizons for Learning, American Association Teachers French, Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages (executive council 1985-1987), Washington Association Foreign Language Teachers (board directors 1988-1990, Creative Innovation to the Profession award 1986), Washington Association Bilingual Education, National Network Early Language Learning (representative Pacific Northwest chapter since 1994, Service award 1994).

Connections

Married Webb Buckley Olliphant Junior, December 15, 1970.

father:
Glenn Elmer Manning

mother:
Dorothy Alice (Moore) Manning

spouse:
Webb Buckley Olliphant Junior