Isabelle Corneaux earned a “Maîtrise de Français Langue Etrangère” from the Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France. She also earned a Master in Education, Teaching and Learning from Heritage University, WA. Her research interests include Contemporary French, Francophone literature and culture, technology, and hybrid learning.
Isabelle is a native speaker from Dijon, Burgundy and has spent 15 years living and teaching abroad in Hong Kong, Ireland, French Polynesia, Washington State and Oregon. Isabelle’s husband is also a native French from Burgundy and they have two sons. Both speak French, English and Spanish fluently and the oldest loves languages so much, he is now learning German! Isabelle has been a professor at George Fox University since 2011.
Each summer she goes back to France to either teach French to International Students, or lead a group of Juniors Abroad Students traveling through different regions of France and sharing about her own culture. Isabelle is particularly passionate about photography, travels, technology, gastronomy and other cultures!
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