Julia R. Daniels

Teaching
  • Instructor (Fall 2017, Spring 2018)
    Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity (EDUC 251)
    College of Education, University of Washington
  • Instructor (Winter 2017)
    Sociolinguistics and Education (EDC&I 547)
    Doctoral Seminar in Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education, University of Washington
  • Instructor (Winter 2016, Winter 2018)
    Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching (EDTEP 544)
    Elementary Teacher Education Program, College of Education, University of Washington
  • Instructor (Summer 2015)
    Working with English Language Learners & Literacy Across the Curriculum (EDTEP 575)
    Secondary Teacher Education Program, College of Education, University of Washington
  • Instructor (Fall 2014)
    English Language Arts Methods (EDTEP 580)
    Secondary Teacher Education Program, College of Education, University of Washington
  • Teaching Assistant (Fall 2016 - Spring 2017)
    Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity (EDUC 251)
    College of Education, University of Washington
    Instructor: Dr. Jondou Chase-Chen
  • Teaching Assistant (Fall 2015)
    Literacy Methods (EDTEP 532)
    Elementary Teacher Education Program, College of Education, University of Washington
    Professor: Dr. Sheila Valencia
  • Teaching Assistant (Spring 2015)
    Teaching for Learning (EDTEP 560)
    Secondary Teacher Education Program, College of Education, University of Washington
    Professor: Dr. Megan Bang
  • Teaching Assistant (Summer 2014)
    Working with English Language Learners & Literacy Across the Curriculum (EDTEP 575)
    Secondary Teacher Education Program, College of Education, University of Washington
    Professor: Dr. Heather Hebard
  • Teaching Assistant (Spring 2014)
    English Language Arts Methods (EDTEP 580)
    Secondary Teacher Education Program, College of Education, University of Washington
    Instructor: Karen Mikolasy
  • Guest Lecturer (Spring 2015)
    What are we teaching for?: New teachers in poor schools, Field Study for the Humanities
    College of Humanities and the Arts, San Jose State University, San Jose, California
  • Guest Lecturer Winter (2015)
    Social Justice Language Pedagogy in the Secondary Classroom
    Sociolinguistics in Education, College of Education, University of Washington

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