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Anna Maria Jaker, curriculum director of the youth language school, instructor of beginner/intermediate A: 3-5 years, bilingual/advanced A: 3-5 years, coordinator of the ora delle fiabe, and mother of two grown bilingual children, holds a medical degree from l' Universita' degli Studi di Bologna and has completed coursework towards a second major in elementary education with a pre-primary specialty at the College of Saint Catherine in St. Paul.

Frida Tosi, instructor of beginner/intermediate B: 6-9 years and bilingual/advanced B: 6-9 years and mother of one bilingual little girl, was born and raised in the historic city of Verona, in North Italy  She attended a high school specializing in education and holds a bachelor degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Padua. Since moving to North America in 2002 she has enjoyed teaching Italian language and culture.
Luisa Narducci O'Gara, instructor of beginner/intermediate B: 6-9 years and bilingual/advanced B: 6-9 years and mother of two young bilingual children was born and raised in Puglia. The youngest of three, her mother was an elementary school teacher and her father was a farmer. Her mother’s love for teaching inspired her to pursue a degree in Education from the University of Firenze. She moved to Minnesota in 2002 and worked as a preschool teacher for St. David’s Center for Child & Family Development. Luisa loves to share her passion for cooking and making homemade pasta - just the way her nonna taught her.
Luisa Narducci O'Gara, instructor of beginner/intermediate B: 6-9 years and bilingual/advanced B: 6-9 years and mother of two young bilingual children was born and raised in Puglia. The youngest of three, her mother was an elementary school teacher and her father was a farmer. Her mother’s love for teaching inspired her to pursue a degree in Education from the University of Firenze. She moved to Minnesota in 2002 and worked as a preschool teacher for St. David’s Center for Child & Family Development. Luisa loves to share her passion for cooking and making homemade pasta - just the way her nonna taught her.

Luisa Narducci O'Gara, instructor of beginner/intermediate C: 10-14 years, beginner/intermediate D: 15-18 years, bilingual/advanced C: 10-14 and bilingual/advanced D: 15-18 and mother of two young bilingual children was born and raised in Puglia. The youngest of three, her mother was an elementary school teacher and her father was a farmer. Her mother’s love for teaching inspired her to pursue a degree in Education from the University of Firenze. She moved to Minnesota in 2002 and worked as a preschool teacher for St. David’s Center for Child & Family Development. Luisa loves to share her passion for cooking and making homemade pasta - just the way her nonna taught her.

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