- Department: World Languages
- Courses taught: Spanish (various levels)
- Education: B.A., Architecture, Universidad Anáhuac del Norte; M.A.T., Spanish, Central Connecticut State University
One of the most important ideas for me is to have students come in contact with culture. It helps them learn. For one class, we made tortilla — a traditional Spanish potato omelet — in my home. There were 12 students in my little kitchen. I explained what needed to happen and they got right into it. If I attach an experience to the meaning of vocabulary words, they will remember the words forever.
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