Julissa A. Diloné

Julissa A. Dilone

Clinical Placement Specialist


Julissa Dilone currently serves as the Clinical Placement Specialist for Adolescent Programs. Previously, she held the position of Professional Learning Specialist at New Visions for Public Schools, collaborating with classroom teachers to prioritize access for diverse learners. Prior to her tenure at New Visions, Julissa led the Induction program for Teaching Residents at Teachers College. This followed her service as a founding ENL/ELA teacher at The Young Women’s Leadership School of the Bronx, where she undertook various teacher leadership responsibilities.

In addition to her extensive background as a classroom teacher and teacher leader, Julissa has contributed her expertise as an instructional coach, induction mentor, and programming consultant. Julissa is currently a doctoral student in the Urban Education department, at the CUNY Graduate Center.

  • MA: Applied Linguistics, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) – Teachers College, Columbia University
  • PhD: Urban Education (in progress) – CUNY Graduate Center
  • HON 308 – Learner as Activist, an Introduction to Research, John Jay College
  • SGA 301 – Designing and Evaluating Assessments, Relay Graduate School of Ed.
  • C&T 4501 – (Co-facilitator) – Teaching & Learning in the Multicultural, Multilingual Classroom, Teaching Residents @ Teachers College
  • Grades 6 through 9 English Language Arts, NYCPS
  • Grades 6 through 12 English as a New Language, NYCPS
  • Grades 8 through 10 Spanish for non-native speakers, NYCPS
  • Sociolinguistics/Anthropology /Urban Education
  • Current line of inquiry: The connection between Raciolinguistics and the stigmatization of Caribbean Spanish dialects.