Julius Rodriguez

Instructional Designer
Seattle Colleges District
Zoom ID 2200992735
By appointment: tinyurl.com/book-with-julius


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  • Course Title: Trauma Informed Care In Ece
  • Subject: EDUC
  • Catalog #: 260
  • Credits: 5
  • Class Day: MW
  • Start Time: 06:30 PM
  • End Time: 08:30 PM
  • Building: Online (NSONL)
  • Room: VIRT
  • Section: V1
  • Class#: 37261

Personal Statement

About me

I serve as an instructional designer for faculty at all Seattle Colleges. I am physically located at Central and teach Trauma-Informed Early Childhood Education at North Seattle College.

  • My areas of expertise: student-centered pedagogies, trauma-informed curriculum design, culturally sustaining practices, and accessibility. 
  • My academic background: feminist studies, indigenous literature, media literacy, and black cinema. 
  • What I enjoy about working with faculty: tackling pedagogical questions in a collaborative way and making discoveries together. My passion is to create equitable, empowering learning environments that engage students. 
  • What I'm currently learning: gamification in education, AI

To book an instructional design appointment, please use my bookings page.


About my role

Department: eLearning

Role: Instructional Designer

Pedagogical support for all Seattle Colleges

More about what Instructional Designers do and services available to faculty

Book an appointment

Email me: julius.rodriguez@seattlecolleges.edu


Location and contact

Teaching & Learning Commons

BE 2101-P, Central Library


eLearning team

eLearning hours

Degrees & Certificates

CULTIVATE LEARNING Certificate: Advanced Trauma-Informed Care Competencies, Early Childhood Education and Teaching (October 2022 - February 2023) · · · · · · UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Master of Arts: Cultural Studies, Critical Theory and Analysis (2018 - 2020) · · · · · · UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Bachelor of Arts: Ethnic, Cultural Minority, and Gender Studies (2013 - 2015) · · · · · · NORTH SEATTLE COLLEGE Associate of Arts (2011 - 2013)