Dr. Elba HerreroProfessor
Email: email@example.comPhone: (201) 200-2090Office: Professional Studies 209
1999, Ph.D. Educational Theory and Practice, Curriculum and Instruction; State University of New York at Albany
MCC 605: Introduction to Bilingual Education
MCC 607: Theory and Practice of Teaching the Bilingual Child in the Content Areas
MCC 608: Language, Culture and Communication
MCC 610: Sociolinguistics
MCC617: Field Experience in the ESL/Bilingual Classroom
MCC 623: Contemporary Issues in Bilingual Curriculum Development
MCC 627: Historical and Cultural Background of LEP Students
Current Campus AffiliationsCollege of Education Writing Assessment Committee, NJCU University Promotions CommitteeAlternate Senator for MCC, NJCUField Experience CommitteeCurrent Facilitator Paterson School #5 Professional Development Currently working on plan for Hackensack Public Schools Professional DevelopmentProfessional AffiliationsTeachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. (TESOL) The American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL)The International Association of Applied Linguistics (AILA)NJTESOL/NJBEAmerican Association for Applied LinguisticsThe Advisory Committee for the Bilingual Program at Hudson County Community College American Educational Research Association
2008-present: External Evaluator, Northern New Mexico College Northern Esperanza Project
2002-2007: US Department of Education Grant, Office of English Language Acquisition ($1.5 million from 2002-2007); sole author and Project Director, Project TELL
1999: Elba Alicia Herrero. “Using culturally relevant literature and discourse to support literacy learning among ‘at-risk’ English-language learners.” Proquest.
1994: Elba Herrero and Judith Langer, Editors. “Cuentos de Mi Herencia: Tales from Home”. National Research Center on Literature Teaching and Learning. University at Albany, State University of New York. The book consists of short stories written by project participants in “The Second Language Literacy Acquisition through Literature Research Project” for which I was field researcher.
Peer Reviewed Articles
2007: “A Brief History of Bilingual Education in the United States”, International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 2.1:34-37. 2006: “Using Dominican Oral Literature and Discourse to Support Literacy Learning among Low Achieving Students from the Dominican Republic”, International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 9.2: 219-238.
2000: “Internationalizing the Curriculum: What about Language Testing?” The Academic Forum (New Jersey City University) 9.1:14-15.
1998: “The Urban University in a Multilingual Community: New Goals for Bilingual Education”. The Academic Forum (New Jersey City University) 7.1:11-24.