CM150-240.jpgDr. Cherice Montgomery holds a B.A. in Spanish, a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, and a Ph.D. in Curriculum, Teaching, and Educational Policy with an emphasis in Learning, Technology, & Culture. She has experience teaching at a variety of levels, and has been honored with several awards for excellence in teaching, including the Kansas Foreign Language Teacher of the Year Award. She is currently teaching technology-infused courses in Spanish pedagogy while supervising student teachers at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.

Cherice's research interests focus on the intersections of:


Her professional endeavors have included service as a member of the Advisory Board for the National K-12 Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC), as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Critical Inquiry Into Curriculum & Instruction, and as a member of the New Visions in Foreign Language Education Task Force. While at Michigan State, she worked with the Literacy Acquisition Research Center, served as a technical consultant to the Top-of-the-Mitt satellite of the Red Cedar Writing Project, was a writing consultant for the MSU Writing Center, and coordinated the Innovation with Technology in Education Consultants (iTecs) for MSU’s College of Education. She has also designed and facilitated a variety of grant-funded, summer institutes with the purpose of helping teachers to develop skills in mentoring, leadership, pedagogy, and technology (including several for teachers of less commonly taught languages). You can follow her work here: