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Research articles and a book chapter published by Professor MaryAnn Christison

Research articles and a book chapter published by Professor MaryAnn Christison

The Department of Linguistics would like to congratulate Professor MaryAnn Christison on her recent publications. The first publication is in the Journal of Second Language Teaching and Research. Co-researchers on the project were Kristen Lindahl (University of Texas, San Antonio) and Zuzana Tomaš (Eastern Michigan University). Both are Ph.D. Linguistics graduates from the University of Utah.  

Lindahl, K., Christison, M. A., & Tomaš, Z. (2019). The impact of rubric use on peer feedback tasks in a TESOL practicum. The Journal of Second Language Teaching and Research, 7(1), 58-82.

Professor Christison also published her research related to online language teacher education (OLTE).

Christison, M. A., & Murray, D. E. (2018). What research needs to tell us about online language teacher education (OLTE). Conference Proceedings for the 3rd Annual OLLReN Conference. Retrieved from https://ollren.org/ld.php?content_id=46705383

Murray, M. A., & Christison, M. A. (2019) Online language teacher education: A review of the literature. Norwich, England: Association of Quality Education and Training Online (AQUEDUTO). Retrieved from http://aqueduto.com/research

Congratulations are in order as well for the publication of a book chapter.  

Christison, M.A. (2019). Applying principles of Buddhism to English language teaching leadership. In M. S. Wong & A. Mahboob (Eds.) Spirituality and language teaching: Religious explorations of teacher identity, pedagogy, context, and content (pgs. 32-45). Bristol, England: Multilingual Matters.

Last Updated: 3/28/19