|Dr. James Seale Collazo is Catedrático Asociado (Associate Professor) at the University of Puerto Rico’s Río Piedras campus, in the College of Education’s secondary laboratory school. With over 20 years’ experience as a high school teacher, he teaches 9th grade World History at UHS, as the lab school is known.
Dr Collazo has also taught graduate-level courses and coordinated the program in History Curriculum and Instruction at the College of Education’s Graduate Studies Department. Dr. Seale, an anthropologist of education by training, has studied Christian religious education in Puerto Rican private schools, student protest at UPR, and uses of digital technologies, including video games, in teaching high school History.
Dr Collazo has collaborated with the Colectivo Universitario para el Acceso (CUA), a project aimed at increasing admissions, enrollment, retention and graduation rates of students from under-served high schools and communities at the University of Puerto Rico’s eleven campuses, and held leadership positions in the Río Piedras chapter of the Asociación Puertorriqueña de Profesores Universitarios, which seeks to represent UPR faculty as a collective bargaining agent.
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