University Professorand avid researcher who prioritizes student participation in the classroom.
Motivating and talented Spanish teacher driven to inspire students to pursue academic and personal excellence. Strives to create a challenging and engaging learning environment in which students become life-long scholars and learners.
Professor of Spanish Instructors in different programs.
Awarded the "Teachers Honor" for the best professor in the field of Spanish and Literature Education during the academic semester August–December 2008, and May 2009..
Undergraduate level courses in Linguistics and Literature for majors in Spanish Language Education and Literature.Various subjects include Linguistics (General and Applied for Teaching Languages) , Group Management, Microteaching I-V, Advanced Spanish I-IV, Spelling and Writing Workshop. President of the Academy in the field of Advanced Spanish in the College of Spanish Education and Literature. Manager, creator and coordinator for the pilot program in the areas described. Researcher and creator of teaching techniques in written competency in Spanish language as a part of the core of university courses.
Served as an Academic Advisor for 150 undergraduate students each year.
As full time professor: Coordinated the non-traditional program of UNINTER in the field of Education of Spanish Language and Literature (EEL). Head of developing training materials for the teaching of SNE-EEL. Administrative coordinator for management of the degrees in EEL and Languages. Collaborator for the university magazine Uninter-informa. Coordinator of scholarship recipients and practicing professionals. Management consultant. Tutor of students. Creator of the internal video library for degrees in EEL and Bachelors in Languages. Cofounder of the degree in Psychology and Collaborator and reviewer of the program of the study of Education.
Maintained a teaching load of 150 undergraduate and graduate courses each semester.
Initiated thought-provoking classroom discussions to help students develop their critical thinking abilities.
Conducted small group and individual classroom activities based on differentiated learning needs around levels: SPN 100 - 400 (Basic to advance levels).
Lectured and communicated effectively with students from diverse backgrounds into SSL.
Initiated thought-provoking classroom discussions to help students develop their critical thinking abilities in the new language.
Master studies of Arts in Hispanic Literature, research in the area of teaching creative processes.
Obtained degree with the thesis: Findings in the Current Teaching Practices Related to the Subjunctive Verbal Mode (SSL)
Advanced coursework in teaching languages.
Diploma for highest GPA in the class of 2007.
Bachelor's in Teaching Spanish as a Second Language and Literature Education.
Advanced coursework in classroom management.
Nationality: Mexican. Age: 35. Place of birth: Puebla, Puebla, Mexico. Date of birth: October 9, 1979. Passport No.: 02280020364
Thesis: Sevilla, Juan. Findings in the Current Teaching Practices Related to the Subjunctive Verbal Mode (SSL), published by autor, 2014.
Poetry, writing short histories, alternative medicine.
Expert in creating special or curricular programs in SSL.
Creativity in teaching design.
Flexibility for different teaching and learning needs.
Great organizational and/or administrative skills.
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