Antonietta Di Pietro, High School Representative
M-DCPS School District Florida International University
Tel: (705) 675-1151 ext. 4271
Antonietta Di Pietro, Ph.D. in Atlantic History, Florida International University. She holds two Master’s degrees, the first in History, and the second one in Italian Pedagogy. She is active as a certified ACTFL OPI and OPIc tester, and acts as President of the Florida Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Italian (FATI). She is College Board Consultant, co-chair of the AP Italian Language and Culture Development Committee and a member of the Osservatorio della Lingua Italiana at the Consulate General of Italy in Miami.
Her research and training in Art History, Western European History and Italian Language have prepared her to teach not only larger comparative Humanities courses but also to infuse the Italian and AP Italian language courses that she currently teaches in the M-DCPS School District and at FIU with history, literature and cultural practices that constitute an integral part of foreign language learning.