Dr. Edith Treviño
20+ years experience in delivering, designing, transforming, and
demonstrating accomplishment in Higher Education, Public Education, Private Education, Certification of Educators, Pre Service Education, Educational Technologies, Bilingual
and ESL Education.
A proven track record of significant implementation on professional learning, educational coaching, learning initiatives, research, processes, development, transformation, quality of teacher preparation, leadership, community involvement, and overall student and teacher success.
How it all started
I was born and raised in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila, Mexico. I learned English when I was 7 years old. For many years I was a transnational student, as we crossed the border daily for school. I fell through the cracks and failed high school.
Higher education was not in the plans for me. I joined the U.S. Army Reserves to give back to the USA for taking us in as immigrants. As a soldier in basic training I had my epiphany moment. My life goals, and the trajectory of my life changed.
Dr. ET served as a bilingual and ESL specialist for Region One in Edinburg, for two years. Her time at Region One was spent empowering 37 districts, universities, and charter schools in sheltered instruction, educational technology,ESL, Bilingual, and innovation for all teachers and students. Dr. ET has empowered educators at the local, state, and national level.
Dr. ET is co-author to “The Death of My Mexican Name" published by Rethinking Bilingual Education. Dr. ET’s research is focused on Teacher perceptions of Mexican Immigrant students’ lived experience with border violence on the Texas-Mexico Border.
ET holds a Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on Bilingual Studies from The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, a Master of Education degree from Sul Ross State University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Edinboro University in Pennsylvania.