Stacy has worked for APLNG as a lecturer since 2013. She has worked in the IECP and the ESL programs, including the ITA program. Stacy’s research interests include: teacher education development, sociocultural approaches to second language teaching, and L2 teacher development. Stacy regularly participates as a host teacher for the M.A. TESL practicum and the APLNG 493 team teachers.
Mattson, N. & Suhadolc, S. (2017, March). Interpreting Student Feedback About a CALL Program Through Activity Theory. TESOL International Association. Seattle, WA.
Black, M., Childs, S., Golombek, P., Johnson, K., Lynch, M., & Suhadolc, S. (2017, March). The Mentoring Process: Enriching Individual Professional Growth. TESOL International Association. Seattle, WA.
Childs, S., Lynch, M. & Suhadolc, S. (2017, February). Meeting the needs of diverse MA TESL practicum students: A collaborative approach. 10th International Conference on Language Teacher Education. University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.