Dr. Luis Rosado


Dr. Luis A. Rosado is a Professor of Bilingual Education and the Director of the Center for Bilingual and ESL Education in the College of Education and Health Professions at the University of Texas at Arlington. He holds degrees from the University of Puerto Rico, Boston State College, and Texas A & I University, now Texas A&M–Kingsville.  Prior to coming to UT-Arlington, Dr. Rosado held academic appointments at Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, Texas Southern University, and Texas Woman’s University.  

Dr. Rosado has over 30 years of teaching experience at the elementary, high school, and college levels. He has taught in Puerto Rico, Massachusetts, and Texas.  In Puerto Rico he taught high school history, and served as a program coordinator and instructor in a bilingual teacher preparation program.  In Massachusetts, he worked as a bilingual social studies high school teacher, and in Texas he taught third grade bilingual.

Dr. Rosado has authored or co-authored several articles and books in the areas of pedagogy and professional responsibilities, parental involvement, cross-cultural communication, preparation for teacher certification exams, and Spanish for bilingual teachers. Among his best known publications are a series of books to prepare pre-service teachers to take teacher certification examinations—the TExES Bilingual Generalist EC-6 (192), the PRAXIS II: English to Speakers of Other Languages, and Desarrollo del Español para Maestros en Programas de Educación Bilingüe.


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