is a graduate student from University of San Francisco
Originally an English as a second language teacher, I have pursued my master's degree in TESOL and Educational Technologies. My passion for teaching is learning about how students learn best. Consequently, it led me to find out more about learning theories and do research on best practices in teaching language to 21st-century learners.
I am particularly interested in how to support language learners and equip them with the skills that will prepare them for the future work world.
My research interests are first and second language acquisition, collaboration, inquiry-based approach, and design thinking framework.
University of San Francisco
Promoting 21st-Century Skills through Online Collaboration