Multimedia Language Lab Director, June 1996 - retirement, June
(See also Bio)
M.A. French Literature, Summa Cum Laude, Fairleigh Dickinson University,
Stage: Université de Paris (Sorbonne), 1972.
Stage: Université Catholique d'Angers, 1978.
TESOL Instutute: Montclair State University, 1970.
B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Special Honors in French, Western Maryland College,
Courses taught at the University of Richmond:
Web page Developer and Webmaster, Salisbury
Presbyterian Church Online, June 2000 - present.
Multimedia Language Lab Director, University of Richmond, June 1996 - retirement,
Web page Developer and Webmaster, The URCVa-Net
Global Village and the Global Village French
Quarter, March 1995-present.
Adjunct Professor of French, University of Richmond, 1994 - 1996.
Professor of French, Midlothian High School, 1983-1994.
Grandview (Mo.) District FL Supervisor, FL Department Chair and Professor
of French, Grandview High School, 1974-1983.
FL Department Chair, Professor of French, Spanish and Adult ESL, Westwood
(N.J.) Middle and Adult Schools, 1964-1974.
Professor of French, Mechanicsville (Pa.) High School, 1963-1964.
Teacher of French FLES, Mt. Royal Elementary School, (Cumberland, Md.)
Courses taught at the Public School Primary, Secondary and Adult levels:
Intensive Elementary French 121, Intensive Intermediate French 221, French
Selected Electronic Publications:
French secondary school levels 1 - 5, Spanish secondary school levels 1-5,
French FLES (primary school level) grades 3 - 6, Adult ESL levels 1 - 3.
Selected Print Publications:
Using Authentic Online Target Language
Reference Resources - The Cross-Cultural Semantic Research Project.
Online. University of Richmond. Available HTTP: http://ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/FLtech/SemanticResearch.html
"New Era Trends
And Technologies in Foreign Language Learning: An Annotated Bibliography"
. Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal of Computer-Enhanced
Learning 1. 05 April 2001, Wake Forest University. Available HTTP:
http://imej.wfu.edu/articles/2001/1/05/index.asp, 05 April 2001.
bonnes TICE* en et du français - "FL Tech
Strategies That Work" Online. University of Richmond.
Available HTTP: http://ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/FLtech/FLtechseminar.html.
VILLAGE. Online. University of Richmond. Available HTTP: http://ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/cvanetgv.html,
Mirror site Online. Central Virginia's Free-Net. Richmond, Virginia.
- LE QUARTIER FRANÇAIS
DU VILLAGE PLANÉTAIRE. Online. University of Richmond. Available
HTTP: http://ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/gvfrench.html, 1995-2000.
Mirror site Online. AdmiNet, Paris, France. Available HTTP: http://www.ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/gvfrench.html,
Mirror site Online. REFER. Abidjan, Côte-d'Ivoire, Africa. Available
HTTP: http://www.ci.refer.org/ann/village/gvfrench.htm, 1996-2000. (This
site is now mirrored in every Francophone country in the world.)
The Global Village
Instructional Applications Center. (Le Centre Pédagogique).
Online. University of Richmond. Available HTTP: http:ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/pedagog.html,
Mirror sites Online as above.
de la Civilisation française. Online. University of Richmond.
Available HTTP: http:ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/civfrw3.html, 1996-2000.
FICHES ET ACTIVITÉS
POUR ACCOMPAGNER HISTOIRE CM. Online. University of Richmond. Available
HTTP: http:ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/histoire.html, 1996-2000.
ET ACTIVITÉS POUR ACCOMPAGNER LE PETIT PRINCE. Online. University
of Richmond. Available HTTP: http:ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/petitprince/petitprince.html,
ET ACTIVITÉS POUR ACCOMPAGNER L'ÉTRANGER. Online. University
of Richmond. Available HTTP: http://ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/camus/letranger.html,
FRANÇAIS. Online. University of Richmond. Available HTTP: http://ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/leverbe/leverbe.html,
A trilingual series of Web exposés on the vision of Teilhard de
Chardin (written in collaboration with Maria Luiza Glycerio of Brazil):
for French 121. Online. University of Richmond. Available HTTP: http:ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/projects.html,
for French 221. Online. University of Richmond. Available HTTP: http:ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/221proje.html,
See also additional electronic publications listed on my Home
Page: University of Richmond. Available HTTP: http://ensmp.net/~jpaulsen/home.html,
"New Technologies for the 21st Century Foreign Language Classroom", Curriculum-Technology
Quarterly, Vol 10, No 2, Winter 2000 : Using Technology to Improve K-12
Teaching and Learning, ASCD (Association for Supervision and Curriculum
Development www.ascd.org), Alexandria, VA. ISSN: 1091-2703, pp. 1-4.
"Making Foreign Language Study REAL via the WWW Global Village", VIRTUAL
CONNECTIONS: Online Activities and Projects for Networking Language Learners,
edited by Mark Warschauer, University of Hawaii Press, January, 1996.
"Organizing for Proficiency", FLAVA Bulletin, 1986.
FL Tech Strategies That Work. Wake Forest University Faculty Seminar,
presented 12 juin 2000.
Tech Seminar Resources - Sound FL Tech Strategy Categories and Illustrations
Tech Seminar Resources cont'd. - PPT Slide Presentations and FL Faculty
Tech Resources The PowerPoint slide presentations (all downloadable)
are in 5 parts:
The Global Village French Quarter Adventure. CULPEPER Ingenious Methodologies
through TECHNOLOGY Conference, Washington & Lee, October 18-19, 1996.
Making Language Instruction Real with the World Wide Web. FLAVA, Richmond,
The Global Village French Quarter: Fabulous French Links discovered while
Navigating the Internet. VHC (Virginia Humanities Conference), VCU, March,
Internet Resources for Spotsylvania County Foreign Language Teachers. Spotsylvania
County Foreign Language Teachers' Workshop,March, 1995.
Uses of the Internet in Foreign Language Instruction. FLAVA Co-presenter,
Richmond, November, 1994.
TNT for Proficiency (SCOLT presentor). ACTFL National Conference, Dallas,
Honors and Awards:
I. Introduction (tracing the development of the "quartier français")
II. FL Tech E-Information Strategies
III. FL Tech E-Communications Strategies
IV. FL Tech E-Practice and E-Project Learning Strategies
V. FL Tech Student Project Examples, E-Evaluation Strategies and Conclusion
Interests and areas of Research:
Star Merlot Peer Review - Le quartier français du village planétaire
Detail View Description [last modified March 2, 2001] - "One
of the most comprehensive and best maintained French resource sites on
the web today. Find dictionaries, encyclopedias, interactive drills and
tutorials, activities and many authentic resources. Voilà search
d'oeil dans le quartier français du village planétaire",
CIFFAD : 13 novembre 1998. Detailed review and recognition of the "quartier
français", by the Consortium international francophone de formation
à distance, as a Web resource which "opens doors to a quantity
of sites and references particularly useful to instruction in the French
language throughout the world".
Recipient of ADMINET's
"Top of the Top Ten French Web sites Award" for Le Quartier français
du Village planétaire, 1996-2001.
- Honored in the full page article by the French journalist, Natacha Quester-Séméon:
"Potaches de tous les pays," TÉLÉRAMA
MULTIMÉDIA, hors-série T 2096, 32, Paris. Télérama
SA, April 1996, as the "Cybermamie [whose] students, far from boring school
textbooks, dialogue with French-speaking peoples on the Internet".
Who's Who in American High School Teachers, 2nd edition, 1993, and 3rd
Outstanding Secondary Educators of America, 1974 edition.
Premier Prix, Cours de la Langue et de la Civilisation françaises,
Université de Paris (Sorbonne), 1972.
Service to the University, Public Schools, Profession and Community:
Researching and creating WWW Resources and Instructional Applications for
Global Communication (Internet, WWW, Multimedia).
Helping colleagues and students access and utilize the rich international
ressources and communication possibilities of the WWW.
Content-based foreign language instruction using authentic L2 materials.
La Métaphysique dans la littérature et la philosophie française,
surtout la Certitude métaphysique de Teilhard de Chardin.
Proficiency / Authenticity - based foreign language instruction and curriculum.
International Exchange and Study Abroad Programs (initiator of the Midlothian
- Toucy French Exchange).
- Web Page Developer and Webmaster, Salisbury
Presbyterian Church Online, Midlothian, VA., June 2000 to present.
Teilhard de Chardin eGroup
Owner and Moderator, June 1997 - present.
MFL&L Assistant Tech Fellow, University of Richmond, 1995 - retirement
June 15, 1998.
Administrator and Global Village Web Page Developer and Provider - The
UR-CVaNet Global Village. Central Virginia's Free-Net, 1994 - present.
Web Page Developer and Webmaster, Le quartier français
du village planétaire, March 1995 - present.
FL Textbook Reviewer for REVUE, Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1990.
Chair: 3 major Foreign Language Curriculum Revisions: 1964, 1975-76 and
Collaborator: the Virginia State FL Standards of Learning, 1984-1986.
Chair of two Secondary School Foreign Language Department Self-studies
and evaluator of one: in Missouri (1980, 1982) and in Virginia (1989).
FL Textbook collaborator under Katia Lutz for Scribner Educational Publishers,
Technology Task Force, Midlothian High School, 1993-1994.
Initiator and Co-Coordinator, Midlothian - Toucy French Exchange, 1988-1994
French Club Sponsor, 1961-1994.
Faculty PTSA Representative, 1989-1993, and Vice President, 1988-1989.
Trustee and Sunday School Teacher, First Methodist Church, 1964-1975.
Adult Sunday School Teacher, First Presbyterian Church, 1961-1963.
Husband and Family (especially our 5 and soon to be 6 grandchildren),
Church, Spirituality (especially Teilhard de Chardin's vision of the Noosphère
and planetary consciousness), International communication via the Internet
and the Web, Vacations at the beach, France, Gourmet dining, Duplicate
Bridge and Classical music.
Janice B. Paulsen,
Last update: 2 January 2004.
Copyright © 1995-2007- Janice
Quartier français du Village planétaire