The last resource on the series. If you have decided to use a social media platform such as Facebook or TikTok for your qualitative research, here are some resources that you may want to check out. These resources will give you a systematic way to look for, collect, curate, download, and organize data. Remember, youContinue reading “Discourse Oriented qualitative research/analysis in Facebook, TikTok, etc?”
This fall I will be teaching ESL 6973 Teaching ESL Online, an online class that would teach you best practices to do distance learning. The class will explore virtual classroom platforms such as Blackboard Collaborate or Adobe Connect. Also, students will get hands on experience teaching English to students in Mexico. Requirements and a list ofContinue reading “Teaching Online – Special Topics Class Fall 2017”
There is still time to enroll for my summer course!
My new paper “Papers are never finished, just abandoned: The role of written teacher comments in the revision process” co-authored with Joel Bloch has been published in the Journal of Response to Writing edited by Dana Ferris. This is the abstract: The debate over the efficacy of written teacher comments has raised a variety of questions forContinue reading “Check out my new publication on Academia”
Congratulations to our MA-TESL students Marie-Louise and Aurora for having their papers accepted for the 2016 International Symposium on Second Language Writing in Arizona State University in October!!!! Marie-Louise will present her work on digital literacies, and Aurora will present findings on her upcoming MA thesis on multilingual tutors in writing centers! Good job Marie-LouiseContinue reading “MA-TESL student proposals accepted for the 2016 International Symposium on Second Language Writing”
In the Spring 2016 semester, I will teach two courses: ESL 5073 Computer-Assisted Language Learning, and ESL 6063 Advance Literacy (Teaching L2 Composition for University Level English Language Learners).