Teacher Education Faculty & Staff
Dr. Sandra Rodríguez-Arroyo
- Associate Professor
- Teacher Education, Education
- RH 308N
- Tel: 402.554.3676
- Fax: 402.554.2125
- Email: email@example.com
Undergraduate and graduate courses in areas of expertise related to ESL, Bilingual, World Languages, and Literacy Teacher Education. Supervise field-based experiences for future and current language teachers.
Research and Creative Interests
- Educational opportunities for English Language Learners (ELLs) in the state of Nebraska.
- Preparing future and current teachers to work with the growing rate of ELLs in the state.
- Establishing university and school collaborations to implement educative experiences in teacher education.
- Development and implementation of service learning experiences in language teacher education.
- Study Latina experiences in higher education (undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty).
- Recruitment and retention activities for diverse teachers.
- Establishing relationships and creating opportunities for Latino parents to get involved in their children’s education.
- D.Ed Curriculum and Instruction - Language and Literacy and Minor in Applied Linguistics
Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA.) 2009
- M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction - Bilingual/Multicultural Education
Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA.) 2002
BA - Secondary English Education
Universidad de Puerto Rico en Cayey (Cayey, Puerto Rico. ) 1999
University of Nebraska at Omaha Leading Excellence Award (Service, University) 2016
University of Nebraska at Omaha, UNO Service Learning Academy (SLA) Faculty Fellow (Service, University) 2016
UNO Faculty Service Learning Award (Teaching) 2016
Nebraska Campus Compact 2015 Excellence in Community-Based Teaching & Scholarship Award (Teaching) 2015
American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE), Inc. Conference Faculty Fellowship for the AAHHE National Conference (Scholarship/Research) 2014
AERA Division K- New Faculty Workshop (Scholarship/Research) 2014
Outstanding Community Engagement Link (Service, Community) 2012
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