Judith Guerrero

Associate Professor

Judith Guerrero

Contact Information

Hawkins Hall, Room 413K


Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Kansas
Area of specialization is Bilingual Education and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

Areas of Expertise

Teacher Education, Dual Language Learners, Family Engagement


Dr. Guerrero is the co-chair of the Latino Faculty and Staff Association, member of the Latino Faculty Advisory Committee, Universal Design for Learning (UDL-PLN) Coach, and Professional Development School Liaison for Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS).  Her teaching, service, and scholarship focus on culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy and appropriate technology practices in education.  She works with children and families of Latino backgrounds in Professional Development Schools (PDSs) and her community in Montgomery County. In addition, she advises, teaches and supervises interns in early childhood classrooms.


Mogge, S., Martinez-Alba, G., & Cruzado-Guerrero, J. (2017). A university-school partnership to promote school and immigrant community relationships. TESL-E, Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language, 20(4), 1- 10.