Grace Huerta


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B.A., English, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1981; M.A., English, California State University, Los Angeles, 1986; Ph.D., Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Arizona State University, 1994.

Expertise: qualitative research methods, policy studies

Interests: English & American literature, ESL/language acquisition theory, educational policy, multicultural & secondary education, Latina/o & Chicana/o studies, critical theory, qualitative research methods & percussion studies.

Contact Information

Office
Sem II A-2112
Phone
(360) 867-5209
Email
huertag

Current, Recent, and Upcoming Offerings

Year Offering
2015-16 Local Knowledge: Building Just and Sustainable Communities
Fall and Winter
2015-16 Making Meaning: Teaching English Language Learners
Spring
2014-15 Diversity and Dissent in Education and the Media
Fall and Winter
2014-15 Race to the Top, Race to the Bottom: Interrogating Educational Policy, Law and Media
Spring
2013-14 Education and Empowerment-Understanding Critical Race Theory and Qualitative Research
Fall and Winter
2013-14 Introduction to Teaching ESL
Summer
2013-14 Making Meaning--Teaching English Language Learners in K-12 Classroom and International Settings
Spring
2012-13 CounterACTION: Exploring Racial and Cultural Inequalities in Education
Spring
2012-13 Individual Study: Educational Policy, Multicultural Literature, ESL K-12 Education & Percussion Studies
Winter
2012-13 Local Knowledge: Creating Just and Sustainable Communities
Fall and Winter
2011-12 Action Research 1: Literature Review and Study Design
Summer
2011-12 Action Research 2: Data Collection and Analysis of Student Learning - ELL
Fall
2011-12 Action Research 3: Research Paper and Presentation - ELL
Winter
2011-12 Assessment for ELLs 2
Summer
2011-12 Language Acquisition and Identity Formation
Fall and Winter
2011-12 Resistance and Social Change: Critical Readings in African American and Latina/o Literature
Spring