Carmen Lopez Navarro

Adjunct Instructor

Department: 
World Languages and Linguistics
Office: 
FH 302A
Experience: 
  • Adjunct Instructor
  • Rotational English Teacher
  • Bilingual Teacher
  • Extracurricular Education Instructor
  • Children’s Community Home Instructor
Education: 
  1. Master Degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language
  2. Bachelor Degree in General Education
  3. Bachelor Degree in English Teaching
  4. Ecclesiastical Certificate of Declaration of Academic Competence
Biography: 

Bachelor Degree in English Teaching in Science Education University, Cordoba UCO. Bachelor Degree in General Education and Master Degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language in Camilo Jose Cela University, Madrid UCJC. She began his teaching career in the Community of Madrid. She has participated in various conferences and programs such as Erasmus Plus Project: TEPS (2017-2018), Special Dedication Activities “Environmental Education in Madrid Community” and professional development courses at various universities to enhance her expertise in Teaching and Bilingual Education. Author of published book <Sharing time and space, two issues to address in education: working materials for environmental education and gender equality in Primary Education> and three articles for a magazine.
Her extensive knowledge in diversity of students’ background includes a rotational English Teacher in Madrid, Spain and Bilingual teacher in Dallas, Texas. She is adept in dual language immersion instruction methods of classroom management. Moreover her experiences has afforded her a well-rounded skill set including interpersonal, communications abilities and determination. At the moment Professor Carmen Lopez Navarro is a Spanish Instructor at UNT Dallas. In the future she will complete a Ph.D. in Science Education.

Research and Interests: 
  • Analysis and production of teaching didactic materials