Taji Gibson holds her bachelor’s in Secondary English Education from Indiana University (1997) and a Master’s in Education from Indiana Wesleyan (2009). Taji joined the Institute in June 2016 after almost 20 years of being an English teacher, serving 11 of those years at Warren Central in Indianapolis, and the rest at Bloomington High School North. She has also been adjunct faculty for Indiana University teaching a methods courses for future English teachers and also Composition W131 and L202. Her work at CELL will extend to facilitation and knowledge in INTASS, Co-teaching, Cultural Responsiveness, classroom management, etc. Taji’s thrilled to be a part of CELL’s fantastic collaborative team, and looks forward to continuing on to a doctoral program in the future.
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