Profesora Freeman is a creative, innovative instructor and as a native Spanish speaker, teaches a wide range of students and program levels from middle school through college level courses. Her commitment to inspire love of learning and curiosity for the world around us makes her a sought-after instructor and speaker.
She's helped dozens of students improve their performance in Spanish preparing doctors, attorneys, and school personnel for successful communication in total immersion environments.
Rosalinda Freeman instructed Spanish at Brophy College Preparatory as well as Arizona State University. Previously, she spent eight years with Great Hearts Academies, first at Veritas Preparatory Academy and then as Master Teacher of Modern Languages at Scottsdale Preparatory Academy.
Rosalinda is considered a “highly qualified” teacher by the State of Arizona in both Spanish and History. She is currently the owner and director of Magnus Language Institute, which she founded in 2014. Rosalinda is also an Adjunct Professor of Spanish at Grand Canyon University and Mesa Community College.
She conducted research in the use of computers in second language acquisition and teaches several online learning classes.
College Board AP Institute, Fordham University, New York, NY, June 2015
Certificate: Teacher of AP Spanish Literature and Culture
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, May 2004
Master of Arts in Spanish Linguistics
University of Rhode Island / Centro Hispano Continental, Salamanca Spain, 2002 Graduate courses in Spanish Language and Sociolinguistics
College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA, May 1996
BA International Studies
L’Université de Grenoble, Grenoble, France, 1994-95 French Studies Diploma (D.E.L.F.)