Nancy Scarselletta

Nancy Scarselletta is the Founder and Director of the Language Learning Institute, Nancy A. Scarselletta, is a New York State permanently certified teacher who has taught for over 20 years. Over the span of her career she has taught in both public and private school systems and has had the opportunity to work with students ranging from pre-school age to college level, including community adult education.

Her formation as a teacher afforded her a year’s study abroad in Paris, major studies in French and Secondary Education as well as a Master’s Degree in French. Over the years she has continued to update her work and her knowledge and has received grants for such studies as well as for the original and innovative work she developed for her classes.


Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont, July 2002
Center for Educational Technology

Université de Paris, Paris, France, Summer 1984
Mission Interuniversitaire de Coordination des Echanges Franco-Américaines
Six week travel-study scholarship
Concentration: Study of current events. Educational and Interactive Excursions

Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont, August 1978
Master of Arts Degree in French

College of Saint Rose, Albany, New York, 1975-1977
Concentration: Education courses leading to certification in Nursery-6th grade. Effective Teaching.

Siena College, Loudonville, New York, May 1975
Bachelor of Arts Degree: French and Secondary Education
Academic Honors: Cum Laude
Academic Honor Societies: Alpha Mu Gamma, Delta Epsilon Sigma

Hamilton College, Junior Year in France, 1973-1974
Academic year in Biarritz and Paris
Six week orientation in Biarritz
Academic year in Paris
Studied: Art Appreciation, Literature, Grammar, Culture

La Sorbonne Nouvelle

Institut de la Linguistique et Phonétique
Linguistics and Phonetics


NYSUT: The Twelve R’s of Substitute Teaching, May 2002

Greater Capital Region Teacher Center: Computer Courses, Summer 2001

Model Schools Program: Computer Course, July 2001

Shenendehowa Central Schools: Computer and Effective Substituting, 1997-1999