Joseph C'de Baca MaEd. is a veteran Social Studies and Industrial-Technology classroom teacher of 15 years with Denver Public Schools. He is also an adjunct partner instructor for Colorado State University at Pueblo extended studies program, and a former distance and continuing education instructor for North Dakota State University of 5 years - providing teacher training, professional development, and graduate courses for teachers. Course offerings include Brain Based Learning, Learning Styles and Raising Student Achievement and more.
Mr. C'de Baca has also been a student teacher supervisor for the Metro State College education department. He has offered courses on dropout issues and Hispanic culture and other courses through Colorado School of Mines, Adams State College and University of Phoenix extended studies programs.
Mr. C'de Baca has also volunteered for numerous community and education focused organizations and has served as an educational and social issues analyst, contributing to several regional newspapers in the greater-Denver area.
Joseph also served 5 years as Executive Director of the Denver based nonprofit organization "Hispanic Education". Prior to his experience in the public school system, he served in various vocational trades.
Expertise in learning theory, methodology and instructional delivery for improving student achievement.
Analyst on public education, management and public policy issues. Classroom teacher at middle and high school levels in the area of social studies and industrial technology for 15 years. Active in numerous community organizations. Work experience in the vocational trades and business-curriculum writing team for the industrial technology department. Physical education minor and ability to teach health and coach various sports.
Teacher training on Hispanic history, culture, and social issues, as well as the school dropout dilemma issues. Expertise in educational policy and political activities.