Gloria Delany-Barmann, Ed.D.Chairperson Professor
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona
Ed.D. with Distinction, Curriculum and Instruction, 1997
University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
M.A., Spanish, 1991
University of California, Santa Cruz, California
B.A., Language Studies, 1989
Bilingual/ESL Teacher preparation, Spanish for Heritage Language Learners, Indigenous Teacher Education, Language Policy and Planning, Qualitative Research Methods.
Research interests in topics related to first language maintenance, teacher preparation, sociolinguistics, indigenous education, and language policy and planning. Currently, her research centers on dual language immersion and the social relations/networks of students in these programs and the interaction of micro and macro level planning in the implementation of dual language programs in rural areas.