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Mari A. Haneda

Mari A. Haneda

Associate Professor of World Languages Education & Applied Linguistics

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Education

  • Ph.D., Second Language Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto

Areas of Specialization

  • Classroom Interactional Analysis
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Language, Identity, and Ideology
  • Sociocultural and Critical Approaches to L2 Development
  • The Education of School-Age English Language Learners

Recent Courses

  • Multilingualism & Multilingual Literacies
  • Educating English Language Learners in K-12 Contexts
  • Qualitative L2 Research
  • Analyses of Classroom Interaction
  • Language, Culture, and the Classroom: Issues for Practitioners
  • English as an International Language

Selected Publications

Haneda, M., & Nespor, J. (2013). Strangers and professionals: Positioning discourse in ESL teachers’ work. Urban Review.

Haneda, M. & Wells, G. (2012). Some key pedagogic principles for helping ELLs to succeed in school. Theory into Practice, 51(4), 297-304.

Haneda, M. & Wells, G. (2010). Learning science through dialogic inquiry: Is it beneficial for English-as-additional-language students? The International Journal of Educational Research, 49(1), 10-21.

Haneda, M. (2009). Learning about the past and preparing for the future: A longitudinal
investigation of a grade 7 “sheltered” social studies class. Language and Education, 23(4), 335-352.

Haneda, M. (2008). Contexts for learning: English language learners in a US middle school.The International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 11(1), 75-94.

Professional Awards and Achievement

Cultivating New Voices Among Scholars of Color Fellow, National Council of Teachers of English, 2002-04

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Postdoctoral Award, 2001-2003

Steve Cahir Award (Award for Outstanding Writing Research by a New Scholar), Writing and Literacies SIG, the American Educational Research Association, 2001