Margaret Rose Don, EdD
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Spanish
Margaret Martínez-Don, Ed.D, teaches lower-division Spanish courses as well as advanced composition. Her specializations include the appropriate use of technology in foreign language instruction and her research focus has been on Spanish online instruction.
Ed.D., United States International University, Education and Technology
M.A., San Diego State University, Spanish
M.A., San Diego State University,English
B.A., Occidental College, Spanish
Scholarly and Creative Work
Don’s research has focused on quality online Spanish instruction. She is published in this field and has given presentations on this topic in both the United States and Spain. She is also very interested in the appropriate use of Powerpoint in the foreign language classroom and has presented these ideas at scholarly conferences as well. She plans to develop a series of interactive Powerpoint presentations appropriate for use in Spanish foreign language instruction.
Don enjoys teaching all levels of Spanish and has a passion for teaching literature from Spain and Latin America. All of her courses are designed to create a comfortable learning environment where her students feel comfortable to ask questions, take risks and practice their foreign language and critical thinking skills. She also enjoys taking students on summer study trips to Spain.