Dr. Amy Barrios joined the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the Fall of 2019 as Associate Professor. Most recently residing in the DC area, Amy was a faculty member in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of the District of Columbia, where she served as Division Chair of Education, Health, and Social Work. Prior to working at UDC, Amy served as faculty at Angelo State University in San Angelo, where she led secondary and graduate certification programs. She has also taught for Valdosta State University, the George Washington University and Johns Hopkins' School of Education, where she worked to support new teachers in DC schools within their first five years of teaching.
Over the course of her career in education, Amy has served as an English teacher, instructional coach, administrator, and faculty member. She began her education career as a high school English teacher in her hometown of Ashburn, Georgia. Amy’s leadership in the field of education earned her a national Emerging Leader in Education award through Phi Delta Kappa, and she recently served on the Board of Directors for the Association of Teacher Educators. Dr. Barrios has more than 17 years of experience in education, where she has taught in rural, urban, face to face, online, and hybrid formats, and has served learners in traditional, nontraditional, and community college settings.
Amy is certified as a teacher and administrator in more than a dozen areas and is passionate about ensuring teachers are prepared to address the diverse needs of today’s student population. Her research interests include Literacy strategies, classroom diversity, curriculum development, teacher quality and preparation, and culturally relevant learning.
Amy is a graduate of Baylor University.
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