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Anneris Coria-Navia

 Anneris Coria-Navia


office: McGregor 231
phone: 937-479-5692

Assistant Professor of Language

Dr. Coria-Navia’s experience includes a decade of K-12 and college-level Spanish instruction, as well as two decades of music education in the U.S. and abroad. Currently, she teaches a beginning Spanish class, Spanish for Health Professionals, and a music appreciation class at Kettering College. Additionally, she teaches beginner- and intermediate-level Spanish classes at Wright State University, where she also serves as a faculty supervisor in the Teacher Education Program. Previously, she taught a variety of Spanish courses, including Advanced Placement Spanish, at the Redlands Adventist Academy in Redlands, California. During her time at Redlands, she also developed a cross-age teaching program that prepared second- and third-year Spanish students to teach at the elementary level. As a music educator, Coria-Navia has also taught courses in music education at Andrews University, Lake Michigan College, the Universidad Adventista de Montemorelos, and in elementary, middle and high school settings. Her research interests include: code-switching in bilingual children, technology in the foreign language classroom, and social networks in education.


Ed.D., Education Leadership, University of Southern California
M.A., Spanish, Miami University
M.A., Education, Andrews University
M.M., Music Education, Andrews University
B.M., Piano Performance, Music Education, Universidad Adventista del Plata


"Cuando los hijos se van (Juan Bustillo Oro, 1941): el epítome del melodrama familiar" Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY October, 2007

"¡A buscar trabajo! A unit with strategies for writing in the foreign language classroom" Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Miami University, Oxford, OH October, 2008

"Cambio de código en niños de edad preescolar: un estudio comparativo en Ohio y California" Conference on Luso-Hispanic Languages, University of Texas, Austin, TX, November, 2008

"How to incorporate Facebook in the curriculum " Ohio Foreign Language Association Conference, Columbus, OH, April 2009

"Listening and reading enhancement strategies: vodcasting and podcasting in Spanish foreign language teaching" Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, April 2009

"Enhancing foreign language skills through social utility networks" American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, San Diego, CA, November, 2009

"Facebook in the foreign language curricula to promote student interaction" Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Minneapolis, MN, March,2010


Fall 2011

SPAN 110 Spanish I

SPAN 120 Spanish II