2018 NNETESOL Conference
Save the date for the next conference, Nov. 3, 2018, at University of New Hampshire in Durham. Raichle Farrelly will be the keynote speaker. Calls for proposals come out in the spring!
Date: November 3, 2018
Raichle ‘Rai’ Farrelly
Department of Applied Linguistics
St. Michael’s College
Raichle Farrelly is an Assistant Professor in the Applied Linguistics Department at St. Michael’s College in Vermont, USA. She earned her Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Utah. For several years she taught English as an additional language (EAL) to international students in an Academic English Language Program. For the past decade, she has been teaching community-based EAL courses for adult refugee-background and immigrant populations. She recently worked as an Assistant Professor in the MA TEFL Program at the American University of Armenia. Her professional interests include second language teacher education, reflective teaching, curriculum design, internationalization of higher education, and second language acquisition by adult emergent readers. She has presented extensively on a range of pedagogical topics at national and international conferences. She has published work in peer-reviewed journals and co-authored the book Fostering International Student Success. She is the co-editor of a new book, Educating Refugee Background Students: Critical Issues and Dynamic Contexts, which is being published by Multilingual Matters in 2018.
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