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Josie Tinajero

 
ED 903
Education Building
El Paso Texas, 79968
Hometinajero@utep.edu
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Josie V Tinajero
Professor, Teacher Education

Dr. Tinajero is Professor of Bilingual Education. She is an educator and advocate on issues of equity and excellence for culturally and linguistically diverse children and families. Her areas of research are in bilingualism, dual language education, language acquisition, bilingual education, literacy, biliteracy, parent engagement and education of underrepresented groups. She directs the UTEP Mother-Daughter/Father-Son Program, and is Chair of the El Paso chapter of Do the Write Thing Challenge, a violence prevention program that is part of the National Campaign to Stop Violence. Nine school districts in the El Paso area participate in this initiative.

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  1. Bilingualism
  2. Second Language Acquisition
  3. Literacy
  4. Biliteracy
  5. Education of Underrepresented Minorities
  6. English as a Second Language Methodology
  7. Bilingual Education
  8. Parent Engagement
  9. Teacher Preparation
  10. Community Outreach
  11. Proposal Writing
  12. Mother-Daughter/Father-Son Program
  13. Do the Write Thing Program and School-university Partnerships

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