Lecturer, Stanford University High School Spanish Teacher and Department Chair Adjuct professor City Colleges of Chicago. College Board Exam Reader (grader) for AP Spanish Language and Culture. ACTFL - - Vice Chair of the Foreign Language Cinema Department
The Joshua Lippincott Fellowship was founded by Howard W. Lippincott, of the Class of 1875, in memory of his father. This award is granted on recommendation of the Committee on Fellowships and Prizes for a proposed program of advanced study that has the approval of the Swarthmore College faculty. Vice-President of Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica.
Stanford University, Stanford, CA Master of Arts degree in Spanish and Portuguese. Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA Bachelor of Arts degree. Major in Spanish. Double minor in Latin American Studies and Educational Studies. National Louis Univeristy, Chicago, IL Master of Arts in Teaching of Spanish K-12.
Originally from Torreón Coahuila, México. - Founder of College Board approved AP Spanish Language and Culture Program at IHSCA. - Certified from the AP Summer Institute at Northwestern University’s School of Continuing Studies. - Currently teach two sections of AP Spanish Language and Culture, and Honors Spanish Heritage III. - Have also taught Spanish Learners I, II and Honors Spanish Heritage Speakers I and II. - Received a 100% passing rate on the AP Spanish exam with an average passing score of 4.5/5 for 58 students. - Assigned Co-Department chair position for the Foreign Languages Department at IHSCA. - Represent the Spanish department at weekly department faculty meetings. - Help organize and lead Academy Meetings and the ACT Committee for the Junior Class at IHSCA. - Helped launch the first Illinois State Seal of Bi-literacy Program with 11 passing students in the first year implemented. This was the highest percentage of passing students from any other school in the state of Illinois. - Co-Founder of the Spanish Honor Society (Sociedad Honoraria Hispáncia) at IHSCA, which recognizes and promotes high academic achievement in Spanish and Hispanic culture. - Teach Dual Enrollment Spanish 101 and 102 for the City Colleges of Chicago.
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