My name is Antonietta Cozzolino and I was born in Naples, Italy. I received a Degree in Languages and European Modern Literature from the University of Naples, Federico II, in 1995. I acquired a teaching qualification from the Provveditorato agli Studi di Salerno in Teaching English as a Second Language in Middle and High School. I have been teaching English and French since I was a senior in High School. From 2000 to 2004 I worked in an international environment for the University of La Verne, testing and placing Italian students in various levels for English courses. In 2009, I started teaching Host Nation and ESL at the ISN.
I have always had a passion and propensity for teaching. I am creative, outgoing, patient, as well as precise; these are qualities I believe are helpful in being a teacher. Besides acquiring new languages and travelling, I love dancing flamenco and organizing performances. I also enjoy playing the guitar and jogging. My students have always been exposed to my interests, which I believe can only make them more interested in the subjects I teach.