Reyes Quezada

Professor

  • Learning and Teaching
  • Ed.D. Ed. Northern Arizona University, Administrat
  • Ed.S. Ed. Point Loma Nazarene College, Administration
  • M. Ed. University of San Diego, Counseling
  • B.A. San Jose Staff University, Liberal Studies

Reyes Quezada, Ed.D., writes and teaches in the areas of Bilingual Education, K-12 Teacher Recruitment, Issues on Faculty of Color, Instructional Models, Home-School Community Partnerships, Experiential Education and Physical Education Through Adventure Based Programs. He came to USD in 1999 from the University of Redlands and prior to that he taught at California State University, Stanislaus. He has also lectured for California State University San Bernardino, San Diego State University and the Washington Center for Academic Seminars in Washington D.C. Among his articles are "K-12 Teacher Recruitment: Implications for Teacher Education" (Teacher Education Quarterly), "Developing Diverse Faculty in Culturally Proficient Education Programs" (Journal of Multicultural Education), and "Forming Home-School Community Partnerships Among Bilingual Communities" (The School Community Journal).

Recent Publications:

Published Books:

Quezada, R., Lindsey, R., & Lindsey, D. (July, 2012). Cultural proficiency Practice-Educating English learners. Corwin Press.

Quezada, R. (2012). Internationalization of teacher education: Creating global competent teachers and teacher educators for the 21st. Century. UK. Reutledge.

Published Book Chapters:

Quezada, R. (2010). Internationalization of teacher education: Creating global competent teachers and teacher educators for the 21st. Century. UK. Reutledge. (1-6 and 47-60).

Quezada, R., Lattimer, H., & Spencer, J. (2011). Opportunities and obstacles in action research as a pathway to developing as a practitioner researcher, in Part III.  Practitioner Research: Opportunities and Challenges. Peter Lang Publishing Group, Frankfurt am Main Germany. (pg.183-200).