November 6-8, 2019 * Gillette, Wyoming
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Karolina Kopczynski

Dr. Karolina Kopczynski is a native of Poland. She Moved to the USA as a high school student. Her passion was learning foreign languages and being able to travel and communicate with others to broaden and deepen her perspectives as a global learner.  She earned her B.A in Spanish from UMASS, Amherst. There she also studied, French, German, Italian and Russian. She completed her study abroad program in Oviedo, Spain. Dr. Kopczynski obtained her M.A.T. in Spanish and ESOL from the School for International Training, VT. She also taught herself Greek and lived in Greece. In 2010, she completed her Ed.D. from the University of Phoenix in Curriculum and Instruction. Her dissertation topic was: Student Proficiency in Spanish Taught by Native and Non-native Spanish instructors. In 2015, she completed two additional Master degrees from the University of Jaén in Spain and the University Iberoamericana in Puerto Rico in Applied Linguistics in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language and Formation of Professors of Spanish as a Foreign Language. Her thesis topic was: Use of Technology and Blended Learning Method in Spanish as a Foreign Language Class. She has experience instructing Spanish K-20. Dr. Kopczynski has presented at MaFLA, MA regarding “Reading & Listening Comprehension and Writing & Speaking Proficiency = Online Applications” and Canvas Network (online), international webinar called: Use of Technology in a Foreign Language Classroom. 

My Speakers Sessions

Friday, November 8

8:00am MST