Title: Department Chair
Company: American Heritage School
Location: Boca Raton, Florida, United States
Constance Paladino, Department Chair at American Heritage School, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of language education.
A proud speaker of five languages, Ms. Paladino initially had aspirations to become a United Nations Translator. She pursued a formal education at Montclair University in New Jersey and earned a Bachelor of Arts in French and Spanish in 1964. She began her career as a language educator, and in 1983, Ms. Paladino became the founder and president of the Language Exchange International, an internationally recognized language center that aims to develop a conversational approach to learning new languages. She would use her proven effective method to teach young students, and the parents of her students would express how impressed they were with their child’s development.
Soon thereafter, Ms. Paladino attended Middlebury College and secured a Masters in French Language and Literature in 1995. Since 2007, she has excelled as the French Department chair for the American Heritage School in Boca Raton. Civically, Ms. Paladino has volunteered her time to the Lilian & Julian Green Wellness Center. To remain aware of changes in the field, she maintains affiliation with the National French Association of Language Teachers. As a testament to her success, she has been the recipient of a Teacher of the Year Award from the Rotary International, the William P. Dweyer Award for Excellence, and the Business Woman of the Year Award from the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce. In the coming years, Ms. Paladino hopes to continue growing her business. Currently, her English class is showing the most growth compared to other foreign languages. She is also working with travel agents to create a foreign language survival guide for people on vacations.
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