Fanella Tague has been a part-time Adjunct Professor at Meredith since the Spring of 2002. She is a Meredith alumna and was thrilled with the opportunity to be able to return to her Alma Mater to teach. Throughout her time here thus far, she has taught a variety of lower- and intermediate-level Spanish language courses as well as the seminar. In addition, she teaches the Foreign Language methodology course and observes student teachers in Spanish. In order to continue her professional development, she attends either a state or national teaching conference yearly. In the fall of 2015, she presented about Tech Tools in the Classroom for teachers at the national ACTFL conference. She enjoys attending these conferences and learning from colleagues so that she might return and implement new ideas and methods into her courses.
M.A. Hispanic Linguistics – The Ohio State University
B.A. Spanish Major & K-12 Licensure Minor – Psychology – Meredith College
ACTFL OPI Certified Tester
NC World Languages Collaborative Team Member eLinguafolio OnlineTraining
LearnNC Online Teaching Course Certificate