I am Professor of ESL/EFL Teacher Professional Development in the Department of Instructional Systems Technology (IST) in the School of Education, Indiana University. My current research/development interests are in culturally- and linguistically-inclusive online teacher professional development. I continue to focus on projects that focus on the different types of pedagogical and "glocalization" insights that emerge from formal and informal educational experiences of new and experienced second/foreign language teachers. 

I usually assume a blended teaching load i.e. I teach face-to-face (on-campus), online and/or hybrid classes (combined on-campus and online classes).

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Professor, Instructional Systems Technology(IST)
& Adult Education. IU School of Education

2020-2023 Chair, International Programs Committee, IU School of Education.


2020-2021 Chair, Teacher Educator Interest Section, TESOL. 
 
 

Completed dissertation research undertaken by previous and current students under my supervision. 

efl & esl teacher education
collaborative teachers

My research and practice on language teacher education and teacher professional development are defined by a Sociocultural perspective consisting of value placed on the following elements:

  • ​teacher insider knowledge

  • ​responsive teaching

  • ​situated and glocalized pedagogy

  • ​inquiry based teaching

  • ​reflective teaching

  • ​culturally-relevant instruction

  • ​collaborative & interdisciplinary teaching

 

online pedagogy
online pedagogy & practice
  • teaching and teacher presence

  • universal design for learning

  • connectivism

  • just-in-time-teaching

  • flipped teaching

  • dialectical learning

  • hard and soft scaffolding

  • third space

  • transclassroom teacher