TExES and TOPT
Bilingual Education ESL Dual Language
Workshops are available for the following tests and other related subjects.
ESL, Bilingual & TOPT Workshop Presenters
Dr. Perry K. Haley-Brown
Dr. Haley-Brown is Dean of the School of Education at McMurry University in Abilene, Texas. She is a graduate of Sul Ross State University and Arizona State University. Her background is in Early Childhood and Multicultural Education. She has taught in Bilingual and ESL programs EC-12 in Texas and Arizona. As an administrator in the public schools, she was the coordinator of Bilingual, ESL, Title I, and Migrant Programs. She has taught for Northern Arizona University, the University of Phoenix, and holds a Community College Certificate in Arizona. She has presented both nationally and internationally and has served as an educational consultant for numerous school districts in the United States.
Mary Jacque Northup
Mary Jacque Northup has 26 years of experience in education. She holds degrees from Wayland Baptist University in bilingual education and a Masters of Education with early childhood specialization from Houston Baptist University. She also holds a supervisory endorsement for Abilene Christian University. She has worked for Region 14 Education Service Center and assisted school districts with Title 1, ESL, Bilingual, and Migrant programs. She has provided individual consultation to administrators and teachers on a variety of issues related to NCLB programs. She has also done TOPT training for districts across Texas.
Karina Silva Schulte
Karina Schulte has a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Childhood and Bilingual Education and a Masters of Education from the University of Texas El Paso. She has been a trainer for Dual Language Programs in the Ysleta Independent School District and has taught at the Alicia R. Chacon International Dual Language School in the district. She has made many conference presentations in the area of dual language and she initiated "Language for All" at East Point Elementary. "Language for All" is a program where monolingual and dual language teachers work together with curriculum planning to establish appropriate language acquisition environments.
Contact information on workshops is available at the address listed below.
McMurry University is approved as a provided under No Child Left Behind.
Dr. Perry K. Haley-Brown
School of Education
Abilene, Texas 79697