Anny Fritzen Case, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Teacher Education

Anny Fritzen Case joined Gonzaga's faculty in 2011. Her scholarship focuses on multilingual learners, particularly ways in which schools intentionally and unintentionally limit immigrant and refugee students' access to equitable and intellectually rich...

Anny Case

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Education & Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D., Curriculum, Teaching, and Educational Policy, Michigan State University

M.A., Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Brigham Young University

B.A., History Teaching, Brigham Young University

 

Courses Taught

Secondary Differentiated Instruction

Discipline Specific Literacy

Literacy and English Language Learners


Anny Fritzen Case joined Gonzaga's faculty in 2011. Her scholarship focuses on multilingual learners, particularly ways in which schools intentionally and unintentionally limit immigrant and refugee students' access to equitable and intellectually rich instruction. A proponent of field-based teacher preparation, she teaches two courses on-site at local middle schools where her students develop professional skills while simultaneously providing academic and social support to diverse students in Spokane's public schools. She is actively involved in the Hillyard Youth Collaborative and is a founding member of the Spokane Regional ESOL Consortium. Dr. Case was recognized with an Exemplary Faculty Award in 2017.