Instructor of Spanish
Washington State University, Ph.D. In Language, Literacy & Technology, in progress.
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
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).
Egbert, J. L., Shahrokni, S. A., Zhang, X., Yahia, I. A., Borysenko, N., Mohamed, Adnan F. Saad, Herman, D. N., Lopez-Lopez, S. I., Ezeh, C., Aljarih, F. (2018). Planning for Future Inquiry: Gaps in
the CALL Research. International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching, 8(2), 39-59.
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.