A native of Boston, Julia Dutton did her graduate work in Paris at the Sorbonne, at the Institut des Professeurs de Français à l'Etranger and at the Institut de Phonétique. She has taught French at all levels, from elementary school through college. She has travelled extensively in France and Quebec. Her interests include the integration of technology and the implementation of authentic materials, communicative activities and children's literature in world language teaching. She is active in professional associations, including the New Hampshire chapter of the American Association of Teachers of French, of which she is Past President; and New Hampshire Association of World Language Teachers (NHAWLT), of which she is a member of the executive board, past president and conference presenter. She has presented at Pizza and Pedagogy, the Keene State College regional language teachers' collaborative. In 2009, she was named the NHAWLT Teacher of Excellence. In 2010, she received the New Hampshire Excellence in Education Award as World Languages Teacher of the Year. She enjoys travel, hiking, and square dancing with her husband.
Elementary French I
Elementary French II
Elementary French III
Master of arts, French, Emmanuel College Graduate Program in Paris
Bachelor of arts, cum laude, French, Emmanuel College, Boston, MA