Ms. Andrada is a PhD candidate with the University of Edinburgh. She studies gender, family, and deviance and holds an M.A. in sociology and a B.A in sociology and English literature from CSU, Bakersfield. She has worked for various American universities and colleges as an instructor and researcher. Ms. Andrada continues to teach and tutor for various colleges and universities as well. Ms. Andrada is available via email, Facebook: aandrada013 or Skype: Aandrada13. Allow a 24-48 hour window for a response.
- Gender studies
- Family studies
- Cultural sociology
TEACHING PHILOSOPHY & EQUITY STATEMENT
Learning is a co-constructed experience, both between students and teachers and among them. Learning does not start nor stop in the classroom, but it is a space in which it may be developed and practiced. My role is help students develop an understanding of how to maneuver, critique, and engage with various spaces with knowledge of their social world and to help others create a language of these understandings for themselves.