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Christine earned her M.A. in Teaching English as Second Language at the University of Idaho in 2013. In 2012, she completed a secondary education certification with endorsements in Spanish, Sociology, Anthropology, and ESL. She earned her B.A. in Sociology, with Honors, at Weber State University in 1989. She was a full-time English teacher at El Colegio Saint George in Santiago, Chile, and has been teaching in the American Language and Culture Program since 2012. In addition to ALCP courses, she is looking forward to teaching ENG 101 and ENG 109 to linguistically diverse learners beginning Fall 2020.
MA TESL, The University of Idaho, 2013
- Hoffman Teaching in Excellence Award Nominee, University of Idaho, 2017
- Best Faculty Proposal Award, Palouse Language Symposium, University of Idaho, 2015
Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA), Volunteer Site Reviewer, 2017 to present
Teaching & Advising Committee - faculty appointment, University of Idaho, 2017-2020
- English language standardized testing
- Linguistically diverse learners
- Language acquisition and comparative linguistics
- Composition and rhetoric
- Curriculum design and assessment
Mapping Standardized English Language Placement and College Entrance Exams to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, 2017. A reference for admissions and international student marketing in accepting standard tests and determining cut scores. Updating for 2020-2021.