Rosalina Burgos Ed. D. is a dedicated educator with over 20 years of experience at different levels: as a classroom teacher, school principal, instructional coach and trainer, and college professor. She has worked extensively with children, their families, teachers, and future teachers, in creating meaningful teaching and learning experiences to foster each child’s development and growth.
Her professional experience has been centered on early childhood and elementary children, understanding better their characteristics and needs, and fostering responsive environments that take into consideration all developmental dimensions: physical, socio-emotional, cognitive, conceptual, and linguistic. She has worked with different curriculum frameworks and has created specific curricula to address the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of early childhood children. As a college professor, she worked in a teacher preparation program building the future teachers’ theoretical and reflective practice around the best developmentally-appropriate practices. She also served as instructional coach and trainer for teachers in topics related to curriculum, assessment, standards, school readiness, language development, family engagement, among others.
Dr. Burgos possess a BA in Preschool and Elementary Education, 36 graduate credits in Early Childhood, a MEd in Education, and a EdD in Educational Leadership and Change from Fielding Graduate University.