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Dr. Lisa Delgado Brown

Dr. Lisa Delgado Brown

Dr. Lisa Delgado Brown,
Associate Professor of Education
Education
TESOL

Biography

Ph.D. University of Oklahoma

Curriculum and Instruction and Literacy Education

M.Ed. University of Oklahoma

Instructional Psychology and Technology

B.S. University of Oklahoma

Special Education

Dr. Delgado Brown is an associate professor of education and has been teaching since 1999.  She has taught in elementary and secondary settings, working as a special educator, reading specialist, and literacy coach in public and private schools in Oklahoma and Miami, Fl.  She has devoted her career to working with children who need additional support in order to experience success.  She holds certification in the following areas: Emotionally Disturbed, Learning Disability, Mentally Handicapped, Autism, and Other Health Impaired. Her scholarship interests include using technology to motivate and engage literacy learners, effective reading and learning strategies for at-risk students, English Language Learners, metacognition and differentiation in literacy classrooms, and the impact of language and literacy development on student learning.  Dr. Delgado Brown has taught previously at the University of Oklahoma while working on her doctorate and has been at OCU since 2014.  She teaches professional education courses and mentors elementary and secondary student teachers.  

Dr. Delgado Brown regularly volunteers at schools in the Oklahoma City area and with local area Girls Scout troops.  Additionally, she has served as the president of the Oklahoma Higher Education Reading Council for the 2016-2017 school year.  Currently she serves as a member of the Oklahoma City Public School Gifted and Talented Advisory Committee, a member of the OCU Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Advisory Board, and as the faculty sponsor for Student Oklahoma Education Association.  

Dr. Delgado Brown believes that working with and guiding preservice teachers is extremely rewarding and a great way to make an impact in today’s classrooms.  Learners have changed in this 21st century and she is committed to exploring the ways in which classrooms practices can continue to evolve as well.  She holds that partnering with preservice teachers serves to positively change the future of education.  


Contact Information

Room 273
Walker Center
Oklahoma City, OK 73106