Associate Professor, Faculty Senate Vice President, LITE Center Professional Development Coordinator
College of Education
M.A. TESOL, University College Plymouth, St. Mark & St. John, England, 2012
M.A. Education, Reading and Writing, Universidad de Carabobo, Venezuela, 2009
B.A., Education, Modern Languages: English, Universidad de Carabobo, Venezuela, 2001
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Evelin is a Ph.D. in Education student at Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana. She holds her first Master’s degree of Arts in Teaching English and her second of Education in Spanish Reading and Writing. She has been working as a Spanish/English teacher, teacher-trainer, and ELT consultant for the last 16 years not only in Valencia, Venezuela, but also abroad, specifically in England and The Netherlands. From 2003 to 2014, she was a university professor, academic director, and teacher-trainer at the Universidad de Carabobo, Faculty of Education in Venezuela, coordinating different subjects and modules dealing with language teaching and learning. She has been an active member of VenTESOL since 1999, starting as a regional representative and organizing several successful events ever since. She then became VenTESOL president and held her presidency from 2013 to 2015. To this day, she still acts as an advisor for the VenTESOL teacher’s organization and is an active member of the TESOL International Association. Her interests include blended learning, written corrective feedback, creative writing, and reading.