Beginning and Intermediate Spanish, Language, Writing and Conversation
Office: Moore Hall 433 | Phone: (808) 956-7177
Luisa E. Kou Wong is a Spanish Instructor in the department of Languages and Literatures of Europe & the Americas at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. With years of experience teaching different levels of Spanish, including Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced classes, Luisa is a passionate educator dedicated to helping her students develop their language skills and achieve their academic goals. For her work she has been awarded the 2015 HALT Award for Excellence in Teaching.
She’ve worked with different college students, proficiency levels, and group sizes. Knowing how to speak a foreign language does not turn you into a good teacher. There is a lot of skills and tools you need to acquire and learn in order to become one. She’ve learned a great deal about the psychology of learning, effective motivation, progress testing, classroom control, and many others which she has acquired through years of training and education. She has a certification in Effective College Instruction with the The Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) endorsed by the American Council of Education.
Luisa is a member of HALT (Hawai‘i Association of Language Teachers), Sigma Delta Pi, National Spanish Honor Society and AATSP (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese). Her dedication to advancing the field of language instruction is evident in her involvement in these organizations and her ongoing pursuit of professional development opportunities.