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Tomás Galguera Tomás Galguera
Professor of Education
Abbie Valley Professorship in Education

At Mills since 1996

Office: Education 217
Phone: 510.430.3190
Email: tomasgs@mills.edu
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Faculty Office Hours-Spring 2015
Days Time Room
T
 
1:00-3:30
and by appointment
EDUC 217

Fall 2016 Schedule
Days Time Description Room
T 04:00PM-06:30PM EDUC 353
ELD & Cont. Inst. Meth.-Secon.
CPM 109
W 05:30PM-08:00PM EDUC 293A
Gr Sem: Research in Ed - MEET
WETMOR 1
W 09:30AM-12:00PM EDUC 352
ELD & Cont. Inst. Meth.-Elem.
ED 106


Education
  • PhD, Education and Language, Literacy, and Culture, Stanford University (1997)
  • BS, Biological Science, California State University at Hayward (1984)
Courses Taught
  • EDUC 137/237: Child Language Acquisition
  • EDUC 192: Senior Seminar: Child Development
  • EDUC 203: Public Policy: Children, Youth, and Family Issues
  • EDUC 207B: Inquiry into the Teaching Process: Practice into Theory
  • EDUC 244: Working with Parents: Listening and Communication
  • EDUC 280: Advanced Research Methods in Education-ECE
  • EDUC 293A: Graduate Seminar: Research in Education—MEET
  • EDUC 293B: Research Seminar—MEET
  • EDUC 313: Introduction to Computers
  • EDUC 352: English Language Development and Content Instruction Methods-Multiple Subj.
  • EDUC 353: Methodology of English Language Development and Content Instruction in Secondary Schools: Theory, Research and Practice
  • EDUC 373A/B: Student Teaching in the Elementary School
  • EDUC 385B: Student Teaching in the Secondary Schools
  • EDUC 414: Quantitative Methods
Professional Interests

Teacher education for language-minority students, bilingual education and English language development programs, ethnolinguistic diversity in education

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Center for Play Research

Language Development Lab

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P: 510.430.3190
F: 510.430.3379
E: education@mills.edu

Last Updated: 2/2/15