Digital Technologies for Teaching and Learning
Luz Navarrette  García

Luz Navarrette García, M.A., M.S.

Adjunct Faculty, Digital Technologies for Teaching and Learning

Luz Navarrette García is a lifelong learner and educator who holds a master's degree in Teaching English as a Second Language and a second master's degree in Education with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction. She will receive her doctorate from the University of San Francisco in International and Multicultural Education with an emphasis in Second Language Acquisition in 2013.
Luz Navarrette García is passionate about facilitating and participating in engaging, rigorous, transformative, and innovative learning experiences. She has experience in all levels of education, from early childhood education through graduate school. In addition to teaching, Luz has enjoyed being a part of the steering committee for the Research and Pedagogy Symposium at USF each spring.

Education

M.A., TESOL, Grand Canyon University, AZ

Research Areas

Second language acquisition; technology in education; the P-20 pipeline; Latin@s in education; language and culture; education communities and support programs; academic motivation and success; creativity; use of testimonio.

Courses Offered
  • Digital Media Storytelling and Communications Media