Many of my articles and some of my books are available for free download at www.sdkrashen.com. OK to share. I am not writing any books these days because nobody can afford them. I also post regularly on twitter, trying to have more followers than Justin Bieber.
Ha Nguyen is a PhD Candidate in Education at North Carolina State University (USA), Vietnam-based college lecturer, classroom teacher, instructional designer, professional learning specialist, and educational leader with a passion to improve educational access and quality for disadvantaged students in developing countries by advancing teacher professional development and building educational program capacity. Ha was granted the Fulbright scholarship to complete dual Master of Arts degrees in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and Teacher Leadership in 2 years at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale (Illinois). She has been taking various leadership roles in numerous educational projects at national and international levels, in collaboration with governments and organizations, with further experience in improving organizations' capacity and branding. For her commitment to education, she was invited to attend a UN Agency of Refugees' meeting on online learning strategies for refugees with 23 other universities and organizations in Copenhagen (Denmark) in 2019. Her top 5 Clifton strengths are: achiever, activator, futuristic, competition, and relator.
https://L2grit.ils.uw.edu.pl - new preregistered, IRB approved study of the impact of language learners' personality traits on their perception of the effectiveness of online vs F2F courses
https://schoolclosure.ils.uw.edu.pl/publications/ - 6 articles detailing findings from a global study on emergency remote teaching
https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003087953-8 - peer interactions and L2 learning in Study Abroad vs At-Home environments - an SNA methods paper
https://doi.org/10.1017/S0261444820000580 - the contributions of Social Network Analysis to Study-Abroad SLA research
https://doi.org/10.1080/13670050.2016.1203858 - bilingual myths and benefits
https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0081225 - emotions vs social norms in bilingual decision-making
Dear Dr Krashen,
Thanks so much for your kind message.
I really appreciate your works; and your interesting books and articles you shared with us make an ideal gift for so many colleagues of ours!
I'm sure your approach to language learning has helped lots of EFL /ESL teachers in their classrooms, as well as inspired some of us to work on the books we'll be able to afford in the near future.
Thank you so much again for your sharing, Dr Krashen, and keep writing books too, in spite of anything; particularly if it seems that no one can afford them right now. Those written by you have been, and will be read, and such things do matter.
Best regards,Lala Sadykhova, PhDMoscow, Russia
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