Andrea W. Bacorn



  • Master’s Degree in Spanish Literature, New York University in Madrid, Spain (1976-1978)


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish, University of St. Thomas.  Included a Junior Year abroad with Marquette University in Madrid (1974-1975)



  • Cambridge Certification in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CELTA) (August 2005)




  • Lone Star – Montgomery                             January 2003 to Present

Professor of Spanish

ESL Instructor


  • Montgomery College                                     August 1999 – May 2000

Adjunct instructor of Spanish


  • Sam Houston State University                     January 1999 – December 2002

Full-time adjunct Spanish instructor


  • Houston Community College                       August 1982 – May 1984

Adjunct Instructor of Spanish and ESL


  • Colegio San Estanislao de Kostka                January 1979 – December 1981

Madrid, Spain

Full-time ESL teacher in elementary

grades as well as in high school


  • Instituto Mangold, Madrid, Spain               September 1976 – June 1978

Part-time ESL teacher




  • Lived in Madrid, Spain for twenty years 
  • Fluent in Spanish and familiar with the Spanish culture and traditions
  • Several years of experience teaching Spanish on a college level
  • Teaching experience in ESL