Education: B.S Human Development and Family Studies, University of Utah. A.S Elementary Education, Salt Lake Community College.
Why I teach at DIA: I am at DIA because I have a true passion for education, and to work with students to become “Spanish-English bilingual, bi-literate, and bicultural.” I am here because I want to help shape the next generation by giving them the necessary tools to become successful in life with their own personal goals, or pursuing their goals in their higher education.
Education: BA Commercial Relations, Instituto Politecnico Nacional; Graduate Certificate on Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Brigham Young University.
Why I teach at DIA: DIA's model and mission truly give me the opportunity to use both English and Spanish to teach and serve children in the community I belong to.
Education: BA Elementary Education, Brigham Young University - Hawaii
Why I teach at DIA: As a teacher, it's my duty to mold the minds of the future generations. I have a passion for teaching and guiding my students to realize their full potential
Education: B. A. General teaching, Autonomous University of Madrid Spain.
Why I teach at DIA: When two languages are well balanced, bilingual children have an advantage over monolingual children. The access to two different cultures enriches a child's education (literature, history, behaviors, traditions, conversations, media, etc.)
License/Education: BA in English, University of Utah; graduate school in Ethnic Women's Literature, Michigan State University; USOE k-8 teaching license (ARL).
Why do I teach at DIA: I believe every young person should know at least two languages and at least two cultures in order to prepare them to be the leaders that will promote excellence and tolerance.