Introduction
Teaching Interests
Research Interests
Educational Background
Schedule




Charter College of Education

J. Sabrina Mims
Professor


Office: KH C2094A
Phone: 323/343-4362
FAX: X5458
Email: smims@calstatela.edu



INTRODUCTION

Dr. J. Sabrina Mims is currently Professor of Education at California State University, Los Angeles and Director of the Los Angeles Accelerated Schools Center. Her primary areas of research and interest include Multilingual/Multicultural Education, Emergent Literacy, New Models of Teacher Education in a Global Community and School Transformation. She has authored several children’s Reading textbook series in both Spanish and English along with numerous articles in professional journals. She has presented internationally on the topics of school transformation and reform and serves as an educational consultant for a variety of organizations including Rotary International, the International Reading Association, the American Egyptian Master Teacher Exchange program, Intel ® Teach The Future and more.


TEACHING INTERESTS

Dr. J. Sabrina Mims is currently Professor of Education at California State University, Los Angeles and Director of the Los Angeles Accelerated Schools Center. Her primary areas of research and interest include Multilingual/Multicultural Education, Emergent Literacy, New Models of Teacher Education in a Global Community and School Transformation. She has authored several children’s Reading textbook series in both Spanish and English along with numerous articles in professional journals. She has presented internationally on the topics of school transformation and reform and serves as an educational consultant for a variety of organizations including Rotary International, the International Reading Association, the American Egyptian Master Teacher Exchange program, Intel ® Teach The Future and more.


RESEARCH INTERESTS

Dr. J. Sabrina Mims is currently Professor of Education at California State University, Los Angeles and Director of the Los Angeles Accelerated Schools Center. Her primary areas of research and interest include Multilingual/Multicultural Education, Emergent Literacy, New Models of Teacher Education in a Global Community and School Transformation. She has authored several children’s Reading textbook series in both Spanish and English along with numerous articles in professional journals. She has presented internationally on the topics of school transformation and reform and serves as an educational consultant for a variety of organizations including Rotary International, the International Reading Association, the American Egyptian Master Teacher Exchange program, Intel ® Teach The Future and more.

Representative Professional Activities

Date

Publications/Presentations

2001 Nomura T., Cadenas H., & Mims J. S. (2001). Taka Tips: Building Blocks for Parents 2nd Ed Los Angeles: LAASC
(1997) Mims, J.S. et al. Transition in Literacy (K-6 textbooks series). Thirteen anthologies with ancillary materials Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.
(1997) Mims, J.S. et al (1997). Invitaciones (K-5 textbook series). Thirteen anthologies with ancillary materials Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.
2002 Mims, J.S. (2002) “Principals Exchanges in Accelerated Schools: Fostering Greater Avenues of Communication and Support.” in Accelerated Schools Special Interest Group 2002 Conference Proceedings .AERA National Conference, Seattle, Washington, LA. Los Ang
2002 Mims, J.S (2002). “ Interactive Strategies for the Language Development Classroom: Bringing Literature to Life through Role Play, Storytelling, Music, and Art—2nd Ed.” in American Egyptian Teacher Exchange Project Curriculum Modules 2002, Cairo, El Minya


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Ph. D.
Claremont Graduate School/San Diego State Joint Doctorate

Claremont, CA

M.A.
San Diego State University

San Diego, CA

B.A.
University of California, San Diego

San Diego, CA


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