Rise in the RGV, by Marie Garcia
Dr. Edith Trevino, also know as "Dr. ET" is a dynamic presenter, self-taught edtech, storyteller, author, advocate of language and students, wife, mother, friend, abuela, and passionate educator who lives and teaches in the Rio Grande Valley.
Dr. ET is an immigrant from Coahulia Mexico, and as a resident alien proudly served in the United States Army Reserves. 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.
Dr. ET is co-author of "The Death of My Mexican Name" published by Rethinking Bilingual Education. In 2020, Dr. ET's guide titled "Teaching in the Time of Covid: A Toolkit for Teachers" was ranked in the top 100 for Amazon under Crisis Management.
Dr. ET's research is focused on Teacher Perceptions of Mexican Immigrant students' lived experience with border violence on the Texas-Mexico Border. Her passion and research are grounded on border life of La Frontera, bilingual education, culture, language, historical trauma and social emotional well-being, and how those lived experiences intertwine and impact education.