Julie Rich joined the School of Education in August, 2008. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Redlands in Business Administration and Economics, with a minor in English, and two master’s degrees: Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Administration from San Diego State. Credentialed in History/Social Science and English, Ms. Rich taught classes at San Dieguito High School, served as the ASB Director and then Assistant Principal before being selected as a middle school principal for the Escondido Union School District. After serving as Principal for Grant MS, Hidden Valley MS and Bear Valley MS, Ms. Rich began her second career at CSUSM. During her time in the School of Education she has served as a University Supervisor, instructor in the single subject and middle level programs, Accreditation Team lead and is currently the Single Subject Program Coordinator and Field Placement Director, as well as continuing to teach coursework
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Dr. Anne Rene Elsbree teaches in the Single Subject Credential Program and Master of Arts in Education Program. She earned her doctorate in Multicultural Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She taught students in special education in the Grossmont Union High School District, San Diego County Court and Community Schools and Madison Metropolitan School District. Dr. Anne Rene Elsbree is dedicated to making schools socially just, where all students are valued and provided the educational services to succeed. Her work focuses on universally designed instruction with effective strategies to differentiate curriculum at the secondary level for English language learners and students with disabilities. Her research areas not only address inclusion and differentiation, but also how to disrupt homophobia in schools. Dr. Elsbree is an out lesbian. She researches and writes about how schools can avoid the perpetuation of homophobic oppression by building communities where all differences are valued and supported.
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Annette M. Daoud is a professor of Multicultural / Multilingual Education in the School of Education at California State University San Marcos. She teaches a class in the Single Subject Credential Program focused on teaching credential candidates how to teach content and English language development to their middle and high school English learners, and also teaches multicultural education courses at the undergraduate and MA levels. Dr. Daoud is the author of Middle and High School English Learners and the Common Core: Equitable Instruction in Content Area Classrooms (2015, Pearson). Her research agenda includes improving the educational experiences of secondary English learners as well as issues of social justice and equity in teacher education. Dr. Daoud serves as the principal investigator on a grant, Leading and Learning: Supporting English Learners with Effective Teacher Preparation and Professional Development funded by the Office of English Language Acquisition in the US Department of Education.
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Teri Gerent, DTiR