Our Story and Our Present

The Association of Teachers of Italian in Ireland was founded in 1989. It is open to both second and third level teachers

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FOLLOWERS FROM ACROSS DIFFERENT PLATFORMS
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QUALIFIED TEACHERS OF ITALIAN
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STUDENTS WHO SAT ITALIAN JC AND LC EXAMS LAST YEAR
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SCHOOLS OFFERING ITALIAN

“The Association is composed by a group of enthusiastic and dynamic teachers, whose strengths are competence in pedagogy, proficiency in the language as well as a great deal of creativity and resourcefulness”

Salvo Cacciato, Chairperson

Who We Are

                                     The current Executive Committee is composed of:
Salvo Cacciato – Chairperson
Mairéad O’Driscoll – Secretary
Colm Flaherty – Treasurer
Chiara Biondi – TPN Link person
Other members of the Committee:
Ilenia Cappello – Ilaria Dore – Johanna Higgins – Patrick McAuley – Sorcha Ryan – Julie-Ann Somers – James Ward – Edwina Whearty

WHAT WE DO

                         The Association of Teachers of Italian has, among its aims:
The Promotion of the language
Encouraging higher take up among students
Enabling students to achieve best academic results
Gathering, creation and sharing of teaching resources
Provision of CPD for members, by other members and external speakers

Meet some of our members

The Executive Committee of the ATI is elected every two years

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Salvo Cacciato

Chairperson
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Mairéad O’Driscoll

Secretary and TPN link person
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Colm Flaherty

Treasurer