Spring 2019: Tues./Thurs. 1-2pm or by appointment
Dr. Longoria (they/them; Longoria) teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in methods and foundations. As affiliate faculty for the Education and Social Justice minor (ESJ), Longoria teaches SEC 310 and 412. They also teach courses for the Future Woodring Scholars Program and Family and Community Engaged Teaching (FACET).
-BA in English, San Francisco State University
-Master in Teaching in Secondary Education, Seattle University
-PhD in Curriculum and Instruction: Multicultural Education, University of Washington, Seattle
-Washington Teaching Certificate (endorsements in English/Language Arts, History, and Social Studies)
Selected Publications and Presentations
Longoria, A., Baker-Sennett, J., Chu, M., Korsmo, J., Larson, B., Velez, V., & Van Wingerden, C. (2019). Building critical consciousness for family and community engaged teaching: Lessons learned in a middle grades after-school program. Victoria, BC: Child & Youth Care in Action VI.
Larson, B., Baker-Sennet, J., Chu, M., Korsmo, J., Longoria, A., & Velez, V. (2019). Family and community engaged teaching: A systems approach to pre-service teacher preparation. Paper Session. Toronto, ON: American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting.
Escamilla, L. & Longoria, A. (2019). Strengthening our continuing journey: Educators of color creating puentes (bridges). Surrey, BC: Teaching for Joy and Justice: A Cross- border Conference for British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon Teachers.
Wang, T. & Longoria, A. (2016). A comparison of civic values in the curriculum standards of China and the U.S. In K. Shin (Ed.). Multicultural education in a global era: New perspectives and practices in contemporary society (pp. 73-96). Hauppauge, NY: Nova.
Research Agenda and Scholarly Interests
Longoria’s research agenda centers on exploring broadly the concepts of identity, migrations across borders, and home. This research is situated at the intersections of teacher education, multicultural education, Queer issues in education, and Latinx issues in education. Additional scholarly interests:
-Queer immigrant youth and UndocuQueer identities and activism
-Early-career teachers of color retention
-Preparing teachers for work with multicultural families and communities
-Pedagogies of the Latinx Queer body and corporeal pedagogies