Teaching

Applied Linguistics / Teacher Training

University College London, Institute of Education
– Second Language Acquisition (Winter 2016; co-taught with Andrea Révész)

Northern Arizona University, English Department
– ENG 321: English Grammars (Spring 2012, Spring 2013)
– ENG 406: ESL Methods (Spring 2014) 
– ENG 485: Independent Research / Internship in Applied Linguistics (Fall of 2012-2014)
– ENG 548: Fundamentals of Second Language Teaching (Summer 2012, Summer 2013)
– ENG 587/687/787: Professional Development (Fall 2011)
– ENG 599: Intermediate and Multivariate Statistics in Applied Linguistics (Fall 2014) 
– ENG 658: Second Language Acquisition (Fall of 2011-2014)
– ENG 703: Research Synthesis and Meta-analysis in Applied Linguistics (Fall 2012) 
– ENG 705: Current Developments in Applied Linguistics Research Methods (Spring 2014)

Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT)
– Current Developments in Quantitative Research Methods (January 2014)

Michigan State University, Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African Languages
– LLT 307: Methods of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Fall 2010)
– LLT 361: Second Language Learning (Spring 2010)

Michigan State University, English Language Center
– Advanced ESL and EFL Teaching Methods (Summer 2008, 2009, 2010)

Anaheim University
– EDU 540: Second Language Acquisition
– EDU 580: Second Language Curriculum Development
– EDU 590: Research Methods in Language Learning 

Universidad de Alicante
– Introduction to second language acquisition
– Second and foreign language teaching methods

 

English as a Second/Foreign Language

Arizona State University, American English and Culture Program
– Level 2 Listening and Speaking (Summer 2007)
– Level 3 Reading and Writing (Summer 2007)

Caribbean University, Upward Bound program (high school)
– English 1-4 (Spring-Fall 2005)

Northern Arizona University, Program in Intensive English
– Cross-cultural Communication (volunteer co-taught, Fall 2003)

 

Spanish as a Foreign Language

Michigan State University, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
– Spanish 102 (Fall 2008)
– Spanish 150 (Fall 2007)
– Spanish 201 (Spring 2009)
– Spanish 202 (Spring 2008, Summer 2008)

Northern Arizona University, Department of Modern Languages
– Spanish 101 (Fall 2002, Fall 2003, Fall 2004)
– Spanish 102 (Spring 2003, Spring 2004, Summer 2004)

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