Carmen Montecinos Sanhueza

Formación disciplinar

  • Doctora en Psicología Educacional, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. EE.UU.
  • Psicóloga, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile


  • Montecinos, C. (1995). Multicultural education for a culturally diverse teaching force. In R. Martin (Ed.), Practicing what we teach: Confronting diversity in teacher education (pp. 97-116). Albany: SUNY Press.
  • Montecinos, C. (1995). Culture as an ongoing dialogue: Implications for multicultural teacher education. En C. Sleeter & P. McLaren (Eds.), Multicultural education, critical pedagogy, and the politics of difference (pp. 291-308). Albany: SUNY Press.
  • Nielsen, L., & Montecinos, C. (1995). Patterns of professional development among seven master elementary teachers. Journal of Staff Development, 16, 40-43.
  • Montecinos, C. (1995). Remembering high school: Students of color make the case for an education that is multicultural. The High School Journal, 78, 124-132.
  • Montecinos, C. (1994). Characterizing ethnic groups in the curriculum. Insights on Diversity (p. 11). Bloomington, IN: Kappa Delta Pi.
  • Montecinos, C. (1994). Teachers of color and multiculturalism. Equity & xcellence in Education, 27, 34-42.
  • “Teacher-based attributional retraining with ninth-grade drop-out students”. Investigadores: Montecinos, C. & Al-Mabuk, R. FINE Foundation. 1993-1994.
  • Montecinos, C., & Leitner, D. W. (1988). Aspects of the college selection process of Hispanic-American students. College Student Journal, 22, 408 – 415.
  • Jackson, E. W. , McGlinn, S. M., Montecinos, C., Smith, J. S., McKinley, J. M., & Bardo, H. R. (1988). Follow-up study of an enrichment program for students preparing for health professional school 1972-1986. Journal of Medical Education, 63, 477- 476
  • Montecinos, C., & Pohlman, J. T. (1987). Academic criteria as predictors of minority students’ acceptance to medical school. Journal of Medical Education, 62, 678-80 (reprinted in the Advisor).