Sandra Rogers is an active member in the computer-assisted language learning interest section (CALL-IS) of TESOL. She volunteers to provide professional development for ESL/EFL teachers with TESOL’s Electronic Village Online (EVO). For instance, Mrs. Rogers serves as a mentor on the EVO coordination team. EVO is an open source project of TESOL.
Sandra has been an educator for 20 years in a variety of educational settings. Here’s a list of her career highlights:
- mentoring for the Electronic Village Online (EVO);
- teaching as an English Fellow at a Mozambican university;
- demonstrating dual language (Spanish/English) Pre-K teaching for UCLA;
- managing educational products for Hampton-Brown publishing; and
- volunteering for the Peace Corps in Honduras.
Education & Training:
Currently, Sandra attends graduate school in instructional design at the University of South Alabama and works in the Innovation in Learning Center as a graduate assistant. Additionally, she has a virtual internship with the US State Department and is working on a literacy project with the US Office of Interest in Havana, Cuba. Mrs. Rogers has a master of arts in TESOL, as well as a TESOL certificate in the Principles and Practices of Online Teaching. She holds a K-12 bilingual (Spanish) teaching certificate from the California Commission on Teaching. Additionally, Sandra is certified to teach in Alabama. Her areas of expertise are bilingual education, culture, language acquisition and development (BCLAD), quality assurance, reading, and instructional design.