Glenna Scott
Senior Learning Architect, World Languages

Glenna Scott is a senior learning architect in World Languages and has spent her career in education or educational publishing. In addition to tutoring both English and Spanish at Austin Community College and teaching college-level Spanish classes while in graduate school at UT Austin, she also worked as an editor at Publishers’ Resource Group and Steck Vaughn. Currently, two of her favorite assignments are finding and posting authentic content for the Spanish FYI site and watching Carmen Sandiego in Spanish in order to create student and teacher materials. In her spare time, she takes guitar lessons, spends time with her grandson and extended family, and watches a variety of shows on Netflix. A big believer in the power of input in second language acquisition, some of her favorite shows and movies are produced in Spanish, French, Hindi, Korean, and Turkish.

Glenna Scott is a senior learning architect in World Languages and has spent her career in education or educational publishing. In addition to tutoring both English and Spanish at Austin Community College and teaching college-level Spanish classes while in graduate school at UT Austin, she also worked as an editor at Publishers’ Resource Group and Steck Vaughn. Currently, two of her favorite assignments are finding and posting authentic content for the Spanish FYI site and watching Carmen Sandiego in Spanish in order to create student and teacher materials. In her spare time, she takes guitar lessons, spends time with her grandson and extended family, and watches a variety of shows on Netflix. A big believer in the power of input in second language acquisition, some of her favorite shows and movies are produced in Spanish, French, Hindi, Korean, and Turkish.

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Carmen Sandiego: Spanish Class Activities
These Carmen Sandiego-themed free Spanish class activities for Grades 6–12 provide lessons that cover real-world culture, geography, art, and more.
Glenna Scott
Senior Learning Architect, World Languages
June 20, 2019