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Hope Anderson

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Hope AndersonAssistant Professor of Spanish and Coordinator of lower level Spanish language program
  • CollegeCollege of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • DepartmentWorld Languages and Cultures Department
  • EmailHope_Anderson@uml.edu

Education

  • Ph D: Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, Second Language Pedagogical Theory and Program Administration, (2016), University of Arizona - Tucson, Arizona
    Supporting Area: Hispanic Linguistics
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: Blended basic language courses: Making pedagogical and administrative choices about technology
  • MA: Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, (2014), University of Arizona - Tucson, Arizona
  • Other, (2009), California State University Monterey Bay - Seaside, California
  • MA: International Policy Studies, (2006), Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey - Monterey, California
    Supporting Area: Hispanic Studies
  • BA: Spanish and Music, (2004), University of Indianapolis - Indianapolis, Indiana

Publications

  • Anderson, H. (2016) "Review of Developing online language teaching: Research-based pedagogies and reflective practices by R. Hampel and U. Stickler," 20:3 pp. 24-27
  • Anderson, H., Chuffe, E. (2016) "Digital Story Telling as Oral Presentations," American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages conference
  • Anderson, H. (2016) "Blended Basic Language Courses: Making Pedagogical and Administrative Choices about Technology," University of Arizona
  • Anderson, H. (2016) "A Website as Co-Teacher: Trends in Hybrid Basic Spanish Courses ," University of Arizona
  • Anderson, H., Lopez, M., Tanner, J. (2016) "Learner Autonomy in the Digital Age: Who's Really in Control?," University of Arizona

Presentations

  • Blended Basic Language Courses: Making Pedagogical and Administrative Choices about Technology - German Studies Colloquium Series, March 2016 - Tucson, Arizona
  • A Website as Co-Teacher: Trends in Hybrid Basic Spanish Courses - 26th Annual Symposium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literature, Language and Culture, February 2016 - Tucson, Arizona
  • Learner Autonomy in the Digital Age: Who’s Really in Control? - 29th Annual Teaching, Learning and Sociocultural Studies Graduate Student Colloquy, February 2016
  • Mock Interview - Second Language Acquisition & Teaching Colloquium, January 2016
  • Dissertation Phase - Second Language Acquisition & Teaching Colloquium, October 2015
  • Dissertation Feedback - Second Language Acquisition & Teaching Colloquium, April 2015
  • Non-Native Speaking Language Teachers: Issues of Identity and Language Diversity - 28th Annual Teaching, Learning and Sociocultural Studies Graduate Student Colloquy, February 2015
  • Dissertation Proposals and Dissertation Format - Second Language Acquisition & Teaching Colloquium, February 2015
  • El uso del progresivo con distintos verbos auxiliares en el español del sur de Arizona [The use of the progressive with distinct auxiliary verbs in Southern Arizona Spanish] - Department of Spanish and Portuguese Linguistics Colloquium, November 2014
  • El uso del progresivo con distintos verbos auxiliares en el español del sur de Arizona [The use of the progressive with distinct auxiliary verbs in Southern Arizona Spanish] - Hispanic Linguistics Symposium, November 2014 - West Lafayette, Indiana
  • IRB Panel and Workshop - Second Language Acquisition & Teaching Colloquium, November 2014
  • Considering a Ph.D. or Ed.D.?, October 2014 - Monterey, California
  • ¿“Se van olvidando del español” o “van a seguir hablando”? El uso del progresivo con distintos verbos auxiliares en el español del sur de Arizona [“They’re forgetting Spanish” or “They’re going to continue speaking”? The use of the progressive with distinct auxiliary verbs in Southern Arizona Spanish] - Department of Spanish and Portuguese Linguistics Colloquium, September 2014 - Tucson, Arizona
  • “Do the Best with What You’re Given”: Grammar and Communication in the Spanish Classroom. - Grammar and Communication in the Spanish Classroom, February 2014 - University of Arizona
  • La influencia de la persona gramatical sobre la expresión del pronombre sujeto en el español del sur de Arizona [The influence of grammatical person on subject pronoun expression in Southern Arizona Spanish] - 23rd Annual Symposium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literature, Language and Culture, February 2013 - University of Arizona
  • A Case Study of Program-Level Factors for Language Socialization in Study Abroad: Binghamton University Students at Leipzig University - 26th Annual Teaching, Learning, & Sociocultural Studies Graduate Student Colloquy, February 2013 - University of Arizona
  • A Case Study of Program-Level Factors for Language Socialization in Study Abroad: Binghamton University Students at Leipzig University - Second Language Acquisition & Teaching Colloquium, February 2013 - Tucson, Arizona
  • Simplified Grammar Instruction: Less Confusion, More Communication., November 2011 - Denver, Colorado
  • Discovering Grammar: Making It Make Sense in the Target Language - California Language Teachers Association Conference, March 2011 - Santa Clara, California
  • Discovering Spanish Pronunciation: Helping Students Acquire the Sounds Step-by-Step. - California Language Teachers Association Conference, March 2011 - Santa Clara, California
  • Audio for a New Audience: Creating Recordings to Facilitate Communication - California Language Teachers Association Conference, March 2010 - San Diego, California
  • Online Interactive Language Resources in Authentic Cultural Contexts. - California Language Teachers Association Conference, March 2009 - Sacramento, California
  • Developing Interactive Online Resources for Language Classes. - Technologies in Teaching Languages and Culture, March 2008 - Seaside, California