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Gonzalo Ramirez

  • Ed.D. Texas Tech University
  • M.Ed. Texas Tech University
  • B.S.Ed. Lubbock Christian University
Professor of Education

Please call or email for an appointment.
office: 806.720.7481
fax: 800.928.3530

About Gonzalo

Dr. Gonzalo Ramirez is a professor in the School of Education. He holds a B.S. in Education from Lubbock Christian University, M.Ed. from Texas Tech University and an Ed.D. from Texas Tech University. He has over 30 years of experience as an educator. He has previously served as an elementary teacher at Hardwick Elementary in the Lubbock Independent School District, an assistant principal in the Carrollton-Farmers Branch (C-FB) ISD, principal in Lamesa ISD and C-FB ISD, Coordinating Director for Pre-K, Bilingual/ESL Education in Richardson ISD, Director for Bilingual and ESL Education at C-FB ISD, assistant superintendent for the Lamesa ISD and university professor at Texas Tech University, Texas Women's University, University of North Texas, Wayland Baptist University and Richland Community College. He has also served as president of the Llano Estacado Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, Bilingual Education for the Metroplex, and The Rotary Club in Lamesa. He has served on several boards including: Literacy Lubbock, The United Way of Lubbock, City of Carrollton, Texas Multicultural Committee, Texas Association for Supervisors and Curriculum Development and Texas Education Agency State Textbook Review.

Dr. Ramirez has co-written a book with his wife, Jan, "Multiethnic Children's Literature". He currently teaches undergraduate education courses in Educational Psychology and English as a Second Language. He also teaches graduate education courses in School Law and Special Programs. Curriculum Vitae

Currently Teaching

  • Socio-cultural Considerations in Education and Bilingual Education
  • Teaching in a Multicultural Setting
  • Dual Language and Cognitive Development
  • Teaching Math, Science, and Social Studies to Linguistically Different Students
  • Educational Psychology
  • Teaching the Multicultural/Multilingual Student
  • Classroom Management in a Bilingual Setting (Taught in Spanish
  • Teaching Literature to the Culturally Different Child
  • Foundations in Reading for English Language Learners
  • School Law
  • Field Experiences
  • Multiethnic Children's Literature
  • Elementary Education
  • Student Teaching
  • Teaching Reading in the Content Area
  • Education and Contemporary Cultures
  • Administration of Special Programs in Public Schools