Conferences & Workshops

Research

  • Pawan, F. (2021, Nov. 13). Learning presences of language and literacy teachers in professional development. INTESOL Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana.  (Keynote)

  • Pawan, F. (2021, Nov. 4). Culturally and linguistically inclusive online instruction. AECT Conference, Chicago. 

  • Pawan, F. Healey, D., Christison, M., Warren, A., Shin, J. (2021, March 27) Research into the practices of online language teacher education. TESOL International Virtual Convention.

  • Pawan, F., Myers, R. & Sankaranayaranan, R. (2021, April,11). Learning Presence: Doctoral students’ patterns of online engagement. AERA Virtual International Conference.

  • Pawan, F. (2021, February 8). Teacher informal learning and the reconceptualization of ESL/EFL teachers’ professional development. English Teachers Association Israel. (Virtual Conference)

  • Pawan, F., Hung, R., Sankaranarayanan, Wang, C. & Zakaria, F.  (2020, Nov. 3). Online learning presence of doctoral students in language & literacy. AECT Virtual Conference.

  • Pawan, F. (2020, Aug. 19). Teaching presence and student online engagement. South East European University Virtual Research Colloquium. 

  • Pawan, F. (2020, April 21). The pedagogy of presences in online language teacher education. Beijing Normal University Virtual Research Series. 

  • Pawan, F. (2020). Glocalization of foreign language teaching practices. American Educational Research Association (AERA) International Convention, San Francisco, USA. (Virtual)

  • Pawan, F., Qu, P.T, & Zhu, M. (2019, Oct 21) Online PD for English teachers in rural Yunnan Province, China.  Association for Educational Communications and Technology Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

  • Pawan, F. (2019, May 20). Glocalization and the reconceptualization of teacher learning and professional development in Minzu schools in Yunnan Province. The New Trends in Ethnic Minority Education in a Globalized World Conference. Yunnan University, Kunming, China.

  • Pawan, F., Ding, A., Mokko, M. & Zakaria, F. (2019, March 13). We did it our way! Self-directed and informal professional development: Personal Learning Networks, videocase reflections & blended professional development.  TESOL International Convention Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

  • Pawan, F., Pettitt, N., Schmitt, L., Xiong, N., Lypka & Soto, S. (2019, March 13). Socially-just teacher education practices for refugee-background English learners, TESOL International Convention Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

  • ​Pawan, F. (2018, October 5). Transforming instruction through “Glocalization”: Waters far away will not put out nearby fires. International Conference in Literacy, Culture & Language Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA

  • Pawan, F., Ding, A., Mokko, M., Zakaria, F. & Smith, L. (2018, October 3). Pedagogically-driven online teacher education & professional development. International Conference in Literacy, Culture & Language Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA

  • Pawan, F. (2018, September 28). Multimodal instruction of English as a Foreign Language. Universidad de Costa Rica - Sede de Occidente, San Ramon, Costa Rica. (Invited)

  • Pawan, F. (2018, September 28). Universal Design for Learning in the teaching of English as a Foreign Language.  Universidad de Costa Rica - Sede de Occidente, San Ramon, Costa Rica. (Invited)

  • Pawan, F. (2018, June 7-15). The professional development of pre-service English teachers:  Beijing Normal University 5-day Lecture Series. Beijing, China. (Invited)

  •  Pawan, F. (2018, June 6). Teaching English to students of diverse learners. Yunnan Minzu (Minority) University (Yuhua Campus), Chenggong District, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China. (Invited)

  • Pawan, F. (2018, June 3). Interest-driven and personalized English language instruction for heterarchical learners of the 3.0 generation. Yunnan Normal University, Kunming, Yunnan Province China. (Invited)

  • Pawan, F. (2018, May 28). Just-in-Time & “newbie-it” pedagogy for language teachers. Lijiang Normal University, Lijiang, Yunnan Province, China. (Invited)

  • Pawan, F. (2018, March 14). Research in Online Pedagogy. Paper presented as an invited speaker in a lecture series at Yunnan Normal University, Chenggong, Yunnan Province, China.

  • Pawan, F. (2018, March 2). Responsive pedagogical shifts in English language teachers in radically hypermediated contexts.  Paper presented as a keynote speaker at the Puerto Rico TESOL, Ponce, Puerto Rico. (Keynote)

  • Pawan, F. (2018, March 3). Water from far way does not extinguish fire nearby: Glocalized pedagogy of Chinese English Language Teachers. Paper presented as an invited speaker at the Puerto Rico TESOL, Ponce, Puerto Rico.

  • Pawan, F. (2017, May 13). Pedagogical knowledge base of ESL and Content Area in collaboration. Paper presented as an invited speaker at the Faculty of Education, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China. 

  • Pawan, F., Warren, A.; Park, J. & Gonzales, K. (2017, March 24). Theorizing pedagogy and practice for online English Language Teacher Education. TESOL Conference, Seattle, WA. 

  • Pawan, F. (2016, December 8). Research in the professionalization of ESL teachers. Beijing Normal University Lecture Series. Beijing, China.

  • Pawan, F. (2016, April 8). Theorization of internationalization in ESL/EFL teaching. Paper presented at the TESOL International Conference, Baltimore, MD.

  • Pawan, F. (2015, October 15). Problematization research of English language teaching pedagogies. Paper presented at the Eleventh Annual Wenshan International Conference. Taipei, Taiwan. (Invited)

  • Pawan, F. (2015, April 16). Foreign Ways, Chinese Meanings: Impact of Western-Based Education on Chinese English Language Teachers. American Educational Research Association Conference. Chicago, Illinois.  

  • Pawan, F., Park, J., Warren, A. & Wiechart, K.  (2015, March, 26). Oz behind the Curtain: Pedagogy utilized in online graduate instruction. TESOL Conference, Toronto, Canada.

  • Pawan, F. (2015, March 7). Reflective research of native and non-native English Speaker Teachers in the Kazlıçeşme district schools, Istanbul, Turkey. Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey.

  • Pawan, F. (2013). The impact of western-training on Chinese ELTs. Language Teacher Education Conference, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

  • Pawan, F. (2013). Collaboration in the school-based professional development program for Chinese English Language teachers. INTESOL Conference, Indianapolis, IN. 

  • Pawan, F. (2012). Comparisons of the ESLT and CAT ELL instructional knowledge.  INTESOL Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

  • Pawan, F. (2012). Content area teachers and instructional scaffolding for ELLs. INTESOL Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Pu, H. & Pawan, F. (2011, June). Global pedagogy, local meanings: Toward the glocalization of Communicative Language Teaching in the classrooms of western-trained Chinese EFL teachers. NAFSA: Association of International Educators, Vancouver, Canada.

  • Pawan, F. (2011, May). A comparative study of “jiaoyanzu” and individual Chinese EFL teacher reflections on practice. Language Teacher Education Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  • Pawan, F. (2010, Nov.). Partnerships in educational research for advocacy. International Conference on the Mission of Educational Research in Changing Societies. Peking University, Beijing, China.

  • Pawan, F. (2010, Aug.). Research in the professional development of teachers of linguistically diverse learners. Yunnan Normal University, Kunming, China. (Invited)

  • Pawan, F. (2010, April). Research into the EFL Chinese standards and its balancing act of the old and the new. International Conference on the Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Boston, MA.

  • Pawan, F. & Ortloff, J. (2010, April). Interactional and organizational factors in interprofessional collaboration.  International Conference on the Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Boston, MA.

  • Pawan, F. & Ortloff, J. (November. 2009). Internal and external factors of ESL and Content Area teacher collaboration. Literacy, Culture and Language Education Student-led Symposium. School of Education Indiana University.

  • Pawan, F. (2009, June). A qualitative research into English and content area teachers’ knowledge of language instruction, Tsinghua University, Beijing.

  • Pawan, F. (2009, April). ESL and Content area teachers’ knowledge of instruction for English Language learners. American Education Research Association (AERA), San Diego, California

  • Pawan, F. (2009, April). Sustaining the challenge: ESL-as-a-Second language and Content Area Teacher Collaboration. Poster session at the American Education Research Association (AERA), San Diego, California.

  • Pawan, F. (2008, December). Content area teachers’ development of knowledge in ELL instruction. International Conference on Applied Linguistics and Foreign Language Instruction, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. (Keynote invitation) 

  • Pawan, F. (2008, October). Online collaborative professional development for English Language Teachers: A research report. Korea Association of Multimedia-Assisted Language Learning (KAMALL), Seoul, Korea. (Keynote Invitation)

  • Pawan, F. (2008, December). Instructional and student factors mediating online collaboration amongst English Language Teachers: A research report. Computer Assisted Language Learning Seminar, Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan. (Guest Lecture).

  • Pawan, F. (2008, April). ESL and content area teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge. International Conference on the Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), New York.

  • Pawan, F. (2008, February). Responsive evaluation as community-based literacy research. National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research (NCTEAR), Bloomington, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (2007, April). Content area teachers and scaffolded instruction for English Language Learners. Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA). Chicago.

  • Pawan, F. (2007, April). Dimensions of complexity: ESL and content-area teachers’ knowledge of English Language Learner Instruction. Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA). Chicago.

  • Pawan, F. (2006, June).  Responsive evaluation of language services for newcomers. Conference on Ethnographic and Qualitative Research in Education (EQRE), Cedarville, Ohio.

  • Pawan, F., & Craig, D.A. (2005, June). The problematization of ESLTs and CATs interdisciplinary collaboration. Biennial Language Teacher Education Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  • Pawan, F. & Craig, D. A. (2005, May). ESL and content area teacher collaboration: Issues of interogation in ELL instruction. Conference on Research and Teaching Language in Critical Times, Bloomington, Indiana. 

  • Pawan, F. (2004, October). Teaching interventions and student-mediating factors in online collaborative among in-service teachers. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISOTL), Bloomington, Indiana. 

  • Pawan, F., Yalcin, S. & Kou, X. (2004, April). Online teaching interventions and their effects on the collaborative interactions of  language teachers. Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Diego, California.

  • Pawan, F., Paulus, T.M. & Yalcin, S.(2003, March).Patterns of online collaboration among language teachers. International Conference on the Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Baltimore, Maryland. 

  • Johnston, B., Pawan, F. & Mahan, R. (2001, May). Teacher identities in language teaching. Second International Conference on Language Teacher Education, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

  • Pawan, F. (2001, May). Teachers’ ways of knowing and teaching in the new millennium. Research and Practice in Language Teacher Education, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  •  Muench, C. & Pawan, F. (1997, March). Native speakers’ judgments on the politeness of non-native speakers’ telephone messages. International Conference on the Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Orlando, Florida.

  • Pawan, F. (1996, June). Malaysian and American professors’  expectations of successful graduate students: A comparative study. NAFSA International Educators Conference, Phoenix, Arizona.

  • Pawan, F. (1996, March). Waterface: Preservation of honor in interpersonal relationships in a Malaysian professional setting. International Conference on the Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Chicago, Illinois. 

  • Pawan, F. (1995, December). Malaysian and American professorial expectations of the literate reader. American University of Cairo Second International Reading Conference, Cairo, Egypt. 

  • Hughes-Wilhelm, K. & Pawan, F.(1996, November). Maintaining the delicate balance between professional and personal relationships while teaching in South East Asian university environments. MidWest TESOL/NAFSA Conference, St. Louis, Missouri. 

  • Pawan, F. (1992, July). Social and cognitive consequences of literacy in South East Asian communities. Malaysian Reading AssociationConference, Kuala  Lumpur.

  • Pawan, F. (1992, May). Accommodating L2 writing expectations and resulting abilities in L1 situations. Malaysian English Language Teacher Association Conference, Kuala Lumpur. 

  • Pawan, F. (1989, June). Cultural literacy in teacher expectations. Summer Reading Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Teaching

  • Pawan, F., Li, Z. & Yan, Y. (2021). Pedagogical and technological decision-making in designing a Culturally- and Linguistically-Inclusive online professional development course. AECT Conference, Chicago.

  • Pawan, F. (May 13, 2021). The online medium and the reconceptualization of language teachers’ professional development. IU/ANU joint virtual colloquium. 

  • Pawan, F., Daley, S., Kou, X. & Bonk, C. (July, 2021). Motivating English language learners online. TESOL International Virtual Convention. 

  • Aymen, E. & Mansour, C. (December 21, 2020). Lessons from Africa: Teacher development through Language Teacher Associations. Interview by F. Pawan. In TESOL Teacher Educator Webinar Series. YouTube: https://youtu.be/NXos-eysyXs 

  • Pawan, F. (November 29, 2020). Professional development of EFL/ESL Professionals, AMA/Korea TESOL Webinar. 

  • Razali, B. (2020, October, 22). Malaysian English language teachers & the “web of conundrums” in using technology in teaching process writing. Interview by F. Pawan. In TESOL Teacher Educator Webinar Series. YouTube: https://youtu.be/lwHJRoBMM_Q 

  • Kareva, V. & Simjanovska, E. (2020, August 17) Impact of blended and online teaching on North Macedonian student satisfaction.  Interview by F. Pawan. In TESOL Teacher Educator Webinar Series. YouTube:  https://youtu.be/4fn9rAzmvAk

  • Gamboa, R., Morales, H. & Ramirez Casalvolone. (2020, June 25). Costa Rican EFL pre-service and in-service EFL teacher reflections on identity as Non-Native Speaker Teachers (NNESTs). Interview by F. Pawan. In TESOL Teacher Educator Webinar Series. YouTube: https://youtu.be/vE62Q040Mpw 

  • Power-Carter, S. (2020, June 17). Languaging Blackness. Interview by F. Pawan. In TESOL Teacher Educator Webinar Series.

  • Pawan, F. (2020, May 24). Motivation through nurturing ELL student engagement and success online. Indiana University's Office of School Partnerships and Indiana University High School.

  • Pawan, F. (2020, May 15). Serving English learners in a distance learning environment. National Association of ESEA State Program Administrators Conference. 

  • Qiang, W. (2020, May 29): Chinese English teachers' public teaching lessons and teaching competitions. Interview by F. Pawan. In TESOL Teacher Educator Webinar Series. YouTube: https://youtu.be/lPWoelhglyo 

  • Pawan, F. (2020, Feb. 21). You fall down seven times, you get up eight. Handling rejections. School of Education seminar hosted by the Office of Graduate Studies. 

  • Pawan, F. (2019, June 19). Teaching and teacher presence in informal and multimodal learning. Museo de San Ramon, Alajuela, Costa Rica.  

  • Pawan, F. (2019, May 28-June 7). Reconceptualizing language teacher professional development. All-day workshops for language teachers. Beijing Normal University.

  • Pawan, F. (2019, March 18-22). All day workshops on “Photo Voice” projects. Colegios Nocturnos de Naranjo y Palmares, Alajuela, Costa Rica. 

  • Pawan, F. (2018, June 7-15). Transformed pedagogy in teaching languages: The “New Normal.” All-day workshops for language teachers. Beijing Normal University.

  • Pawan, F. (2018, March 16). Differentiated instruction for young English language learners. Paper presented as an invited speaker at the School for Foreign Languages. Yunnan Normal University, Kunming. 

  • Pawan, F. (2017, July 28). Shifts toward responsive English language teaching pedagogy. Dominican Republic TESOL, Santo Domingo: Dominican Republic.(Keynote)

  • Pawan, F. (2017, April 23). Pedagogy and English language teaching online. Paper presented at the 2017 International Conference on Higher Education administration Innovation in the New Era. Kunming, China. 

  • Pawan, F. (2016, February 2). Pedagogical perspectives on diverse learners across diverse learning platforms. Paper presented at the Future Faculty Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington.

  • Pawan, F. (2015, April 10). Pedagogy trumps technology in online instruction. Center of Excellence for Women in Technology. Indiana University.

  • Pawan, F., Warren, A., Park, J., Howell, C., & Ding, A. (2015, March 27). Pedagogy and practice in online language teacher education. Workshop undertaken at the TESOL International Conference, Baltimore, MD. 

  • Pawan, F. (2015, March 19). The professional development of Native and Non-Native English Language Teachers. Avrupa School, Kazlıçeşme, Istanbul, Turkey. 

  • Pawan. F. (2014, February). Mainstreaming near-proficient but academically underprepared ESL students in public school classrooms. Indiana State EL Conference. Lafayette, Indiana.  

  • Pawan, F. (2014, February).  Moving on up:  WIDA-based instruction for near-proficient students.  Indiana State EL Conference, Layfayette, Indiana.

  • Morita-Mullaney, Teemant, A., Brooks, K. & Pawan, F. (2014, February). Leveraging our ELL advocacy. Indiana State EL Conference. Lafayette, Indiana. (Keynote panel)

  • Pawan, F. & Seralathan, A. (2013). Near proficient EL students and content-based instruction. Indiana Department of Education podcast.

  • Pawan, (2013). Teaching plausibility and the death of methods in second/foreign language instruction. American University of Mongolia, Ulaanbataar,Mongolia.

  • Pawan, F. (2013, November) The Final Push: Effective instruction for advanced English Learners in preparation for mainstreaming. Statewide podcast for the Indiana Department of Education. 

  • Pawan, F. (2013). Differentiated second and foreign language instruction for Chinese minority (minzu) students. Xinjiang Normal University, Urumqi, Xinjiang, China.

  • Pawan, F.(2013, November).Impact of Western Education on Chinese English language teachers. SLED, School of Education

  • Pawan, F.  (2013, Nov.) Foreign Education, Chinese Meanings. INTESOL Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (2013). EFL instruction and assessment approaches in a multi-proficiency classrooms Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China. 

  • Pawan, F. (2013, May). The Glocalized Pedagogy and Practice of Western-Trained Chinese English Language Teachers.  Language Teacher Education Conference, Washington, DC.

  • Pawan, F. & Sietman, G. (2011). Content-based and Sheltered EFL instruction, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China.

  • Pu, H. Pawan, F.  (2011, June). Global pedagogy, local meanings: Toward the glocalization of Communicative Language Teaching in the classrooms of western-trained Chinese EFL teachers.  NAFSA:  Association of International Educators, Vancouver, Canada.

  • Pawan, F. Chao, C. &Yi, P. (2011).  EFL content integrated instruction: Dialogues and Critiques. National Chengchi University Mentorship Program Taipeh, Taiwan.

  • Pawan, F. & Pei, M. (2011). Sheltered EFL Instruction, Shijingshan School District, Beijing, China.

  • Pawan, F. (2010, November). Content-based English Language Instruction. Tsinghua University High School, Beijing, China.

  • Pawan, F. (2010, June). Seminar on Tandem Certification of Indiana Teachers/EPiiC Leadership Mentorship Program, School of Education, Indiana University.

  • Pawan, F. (2009, November). ESL programs in early childhood programs. Seminar on Early Childhood Programs. School of Education, Indiana University.

  • Pawan, F. (2009, June), University and public school collaboration in professional development for ESL and content area teachers. Title 1 Conference on Supporting Student Learning Conference, Indiana Department of Education, Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (2009, June). Approaches to incorporating language teaching in the content areas. Title 1 Conference on Supporting Student Learning , Indiana Department of Education, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

  • Pawan, F. (2009, April). School of Education Mentoring Seminar, School of Education, Indiana University.

  • Pawan, F. (2008, November). Call to teach. School of Education, Indiana University, Bloomington.

  • Pawan, F. (2008, July). English language learners in Indiana: A call for teacher collaboration. Indiana University Media Seminar, Indiana University Purdue University (IUPUI), Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (2008, June). An overview on advocacy for English Language learners in Indiana. Paper presented at the Armstrong Teacher Award Retreat, School of Education, Bloomington, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (2007, October). A report on findings from research studies on the collaboration between English-as-Second-Language Teachers (ESLTs) and content area teachers(CATs) in the teaching of English Language Learners (ELLs). Paper presented at the Faculty Research Colloquium, School of Education, Bloomington, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (2006, April). New faculty and faculty of color. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Francisco, CA.

  • Pawan, F. (2006, May). The outcomes of the interdisciplinary collaboration between content area teachers. Paper presented at the Indiana Commission on Higher Education (ICHE), Indianapolis, Indiana. 

  • Pawan, F. (2006, October). Preparing urban teachers in ELL instruction. Paper presented at the Teacher In-Service, East Chicago, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (2006, December). Preparing highly qualified ESL teachers in Indiana. Paper presented at the ESL Certification Seminar for Indiana In-service Teachers, Bloomington, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (2006, January). Collaboration and tandem certification of ESL and content area teachers. Paper presented at the TACIT winter seminar, Bloomington, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. & Deckard, K.J. (2005, April). Tandem certification of Indiana teachers. Paper presented at the Indiana School Executives Leadership Academy Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F., Sinclair, L.,& Warren, H. (2004, November). ENL teacher collaborations in the ICP and TACIT programs. Paper presented at the Conference of Indiana Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (INTESOL), Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. & Newman, K. (2003). Interdisciplinary Collaborative Program:  A professional development model for ESL and content teachers. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Language Teacher Education (ICLTE), Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  • Pawan, F. (2002, October). ENL/EFL professional development for minority pre-service teachers. Paper presented at the Project Team Workshop, Bloomington, Indiana. 

  • Pawan, F., Newman, K., Withoff, H., & Garcia, M. (2002, December). Interdisciplinary and collaborative ENL/EFL approaches to instruction and assessment for in-service ESL and content area teachers. Paper presented at ICP Workshops, Indianapolis, Indiana.  

  • Pawan, F., Newman, K., &Withoff, H., Garcia, M., Gifford, M., &Hentz, R. (2002, November). The Interdisciplinary Collaborative Program (ICP): A model of collaboration between content area teachers and ENL/ESL teachers in Indiana. Paper presented at the Conference of Indiana Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (INTESOL), Indianapolis, Indiana. 

  • Pawan, F. and Jacobson, A. (2001, November). Teaching online: The development of a new pedagogy. Paper presented at the Conference of Indiana Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (INTESOL), Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (2001, October). Storytelling in language learning. Paper presentation at the Foreign Language Share Fair, Bloomington, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (2001, October). Second and foreign language teaching and learning issues in Indiana schools. Paper presented at the ESL Taskforce Symposium, Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (1998, July). CALLA, Reading Inventory, Transmediation and ITI. Paper presented at the Applied Linguistics/CELT In-Service Training Forum, Bloomington, Indiana. 

  • Pawan, F. (1996, October). Using stories and storytelling in a multi-skilled context. Paper presented at at the Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (1996, June). The expectations of graduate students’ success in an American tertiary institution. Paper presented at the COLFUTORO Workshop, Bloomington, Indiana.

  • Pawan, F. (1995, November). Using stories and storytelling in an ESL classroom. Paper presented at the Conference of Indiana Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (INTESOL), Indianapolis, Indiana. 

  • Pawan, F. (1995, October). Practical approaches to teaching culture in an ESL classroom. Paper presented at the Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Hughes-Wilhelm, K. & Pawan, F. (1994). Maintaining the delicate balance between professional and personal relationships while teaching in South East Asian university environments. Paper presented at the MidWest TESOL/NAFSA Conference, St. Louis, Missouri. 

  • Pawan, F. (1991, July). The social and political messages of Tajima Shinji's "The Legend of the Amazing Planet.” Paper presented at the Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka Seminar, Kuala Lumpur.

  • Pawan, F. (1990, September). Cultural differences affecting Malaysian students in an American university setting and their instructional implications. Center for Preparatory Studies Conference, Shah Alam.