Laura McClintock is a French teacher in the Burlington Township School District, where the majority of her teaching takes place in the middle school. Laura is also an adjunct faculty member at Rowan University, where she teaches in the World Language Department and in the Department of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Education. At Rowan, Laura teaches French courses, as well as Methods courses. Additionally, she serves as a Clinical Practice (student teaching) supervisor. In addition to teaching at Rowan, Laura has taught French courses at various community colleges and universities throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Laura has attended and presented at a variety of conferences, such as FLENJ, NECTFL, ACTFL, and the NJEA Convention. She has also given workshops within her own school district, as well as other school districts in New Jersey. The topics that Laura has focused on are teaching in the target language, children’s books in the World Language class, station based learning, and games in the World Language class.
Laura received her Master of Arts (MAT) in Teaching French at Rutgers University, New Brunswick and her undergraduate degree at Rutgers University, Camden. She also received her New Jersey Supervisor Endorsement at Rowan University. While in her undergraduate program, Laura spent a semester in Nice, France. Laura is looking forward to growing as a teacher and learning from other educators as she serves on the Board at FLENJ.