Graduate Studies in Composition and TESOL
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PhD, Pennsylvania State University
Language Pedagogy, Critical Pedagogy, Cultural Studies, Curriculum Theory, Educational Philosophy
My teaching and research are aimed at developing connections between language, bodies, and movement in a variety of educational contexts. I believe that language and learning are activities that always include the creative use of bodies and space and it is important for educators to understand how these can act as sites of relevant educational, social, and cultural action.
Engl 202: Research Writing for Multilingual Writers ENGL 644: ESOL Teaching Methodology, Materials, and Instructional Technology Engl 723/823 Second Language TeachingEngl 725/825 Second Language LiteraciesEngl 749 Advanced TESOL Research Seminar Engl 754/854 World Englishes in Composition & Applied Linguistics