Armando Tejeda

Armando Tejeda

Lecturer
College Of Education And Human Development
Department of Educator and Leadership Preparation
Main Campus-MPB Room 329

210-784-2570   |armando.tejeda@tamusa.edu

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Armando is married with four children, a grandson, and a lifelong resident of the south side of San Antonio. He is a Full-time Lecturer in Education and Special Education at Texas A&M University San Antonio. Armando attended Palo Alto College and UTSA, and is now a PhD candidate in the Higher Education Program at the University of the Incarnate Word. After graduating from Central Catholic Marianist High School, Armando joined the United States Marine Corps.  Upon returning and entering college, he worked with a state-funded non-profit social-service organization providing guidance to students and their families in five (5) local south side school districts for 9 years. Armando worked as a Paralegal for a large law firm here in San Antonio while attending college. He also taught special education in the Harlandale and Southside school districts for ten (10) years, specializing in working with students with exceptionalities that included various disabilities like Learning Disabilities, Autism, and Emotional Behavioral Disorder. His research interests are in Special Education ,Adult Education, Leadership and Social Justice.

Courses Teaching

Subject Number Section Description Term Syllabus
EDSE 4346 600 Assessment of Exceptional Stds Spring 2022 Syllabi
EDSE 3345 600 Survey of Exceptional Individ Spring 2022 Syllabi
EDSE 3348 600 Intervention/Tech in Spec Educ Spring 2022 Syllabi
EDSE 3346 600 Development of Except Indiv Spring 2022 Syllabi
EDSE 3345 601 Survey of Exceptional Individ Spring 2022 Syllabi