MA in Teaching Italian language and Literature, University of Siena (2017)
MA in Clinical Psychology, University of Chieti, Italy ( 2006)
Pamela Pisone was born and educated in Italy. She earned her M.A. in January 2017 in Teaching Italian Language and Literature (summa cum laude) from the University for Foreigners of Siena, Italy. In 2006 she received a Laurea (summa cum laude) in Clinical Psychology from the University of Chieti, Abruzzo, Italy.
She has been teaching Italian language at Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges since January 2015. In addition to teaching elementary sessions of Italian, she is the Adviser for “Le Italianiste di Bryn Mawr” (Italian club) and is a weekly participant in the "Tavola Italiana".
Her teaching focuses on the strategies and theories for the development of students’ abilities to learn language using a communicative approach that considers language as a form of acting in society. She has participated in numerous pedagogical seminars such as “Italian through music”, Italian through science and technology” and “Italian through art” at the University of Pennsylvania. She has also attended professional development seminars and webinars organized by American and Italian institutions.
Pamela’s interests range from classical to modern literature and from Linguistics to Psycholinguistics of language learning. She also enjoys cinema, soccer, and Italian cuisine.