Christine Berg, a French teacher at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, has achieved National Board Certification in the area of Early Adolescence though Young Adulthood/World Languages – French. Berg, who received her National Board Certification in November 2014, is one of more than 4,000 teachers across the nation who achieved the honor this year.
A teacher at RFH since 2012, Berg currently instructs students in multiple levels of French, from French I to AP French. She is Advisor to the RFH French National Honor Society.
The recipient of two letters of commendation from former President Bill Clinton for projects related to the Republic of Haiti, she also received a mini-grant from the Foreign Language Educators of New Jersey for the classroom use of iPad minis. Her published works on the subject of teaching French include “A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Building a Language Program”, which appeared in the French Review, Volume 86 in 2013.
“Christine is the quintessential lifelong learner,” said RFH Principal Tracy Handerhan. “Despite being very accomplished in her field, she continually seeks opportunities to grow as a French educator.”