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Portrait of Robert Bartlett

Robert Bartlett completed their B.S. in Elementary Education with a concentration in Spanish and American Sign Language from the University of Vermont. They subsequently completed an M.Ed. in teaching English as a Second Language: Bilingual Education.

Robert started their career teaching English in a bilingual elementary school in Granada, Spain. From there they taught a bilingual fifth grade in Monteverde, Costa Rica. For the last several years they have been teaching Spanish in various settings around Vermont. At Norwich, Robert teaches Beginning Spanish I: Spanish 121.

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