is currently a full-time professional learning consultant for Corwin and teaching clinician. She has facilitated professional learning and consulted throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, Indonesia, and the South Pacific.
Aida is an adjunct professor of teacher education at San Diego State University. She has served as a liaison and resource for school districts, superintendent, school administrators, and residency programs, and partnerships that cultivate accomplished teachers. She delivers professional learning and coaching to school districts on instructional rounds as a member of Corwin’s Teacher Clarity, and on her other areas of expertise including curriculum design, Visible Learning, Balanced Literacy, English Language Learners, teacher leadership, and school and district leadership.
Aida has been a bilingual teacher in an elementary school where she taught grades K-6. She has worked with Dr. Douglas Fisher at Health Science High and Middle College as an instructional coach, teacher, English Learner coordinator and administrator. She is dedicated to developing teacher and leadership growth mindsets for diverse learning populations. Aida research agenda includes school and teacher leadership development, urban school leader development, multicultural education, and Restorative Practice.
Aida holds a master’s degree in educational curriculum and development from San Diego State University.