Instructor of Spanish
Heritage University, Toppenish, Washington, Master’s degree in Teaching in K-8, May, 2010
Washington State University, Master of Arts in Foreign Languages & Cultures, Spanish, May, 2007
University Foundation of San Gil, UNISANGIL, Santander, Colombia
Bachelor of Arts in Rural Education with specialization in Community development and leadership, Dec 2002
Washington State University, Ph.D. In Language, Literacy & Technology, May, 2015
Courses taught at WSU:
- SPAN 101 First Semester
- SPAN 102 Second Semester
- SPAN 203 First semester Intermediate
- SPAN 204 Intermediate
- SPAN 307 Intermediate Listening and Speaking
- For-L 100 Spanish for VetMed Students First Semester
- SPAN 362 Spanish for VetMed Students Second Semester
- SPAN 261 Spanish for VetMed Students Third Semester
Lopez-Lopez, S, I., Hussein, I., & Ali, M. (2011). The importance of using technology-enhanced 21st century literacy skills to support culture and diversity in the classroom. NORTHWEST PASSAGE: Journal of Educational Practices. 9, (2), 180-189.
Lopez-Lopez, S, I. (2012). Rosetta Stone TOTALe® K-12 Spanish Latin America: A Software Review. TESL-EJ. 16, (1).
Lopez-Lopez, S, I., Hussein, I. “Enhancing literacy skills and diversity in the classroom through technology” Washington Association for Bilingual Education, WABE. May 11-12, 2012, Tacoma, WA.
Lopez-Lopez, S, I., Hussein, I. “Enhancing Teaching and Learning Through Technology” Washington Association for the Education of Speakers of Other Languages WAESOL. October 20, 2012. Highline Community College, Des Moines, WA.
Lopez-Lopez, S, I., Hussein, I. “Teaching Digital Natives and Enhancing Learning” Oregon Teachers for Speakers of Other Languages ORTESOL. Nov.16th and 17th at Portland Community College Sylvania. Portland, OR.