Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

PhD Students to Present Research at American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference

Five of our PhD students will present their research studies at the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference, which will be held March 18-21, 2017 in Portland, Oregon: 

Gwan-Hyeok ImIm, Gwan-Hyeok, Ph.D. Measurement, Assessment, Policy, Leadership, Evaluation (MAPLE)
Research Study: "Consequential Validity Reconsidered"
Yi MeiMei, Yi, Ph.D. Assessment and Evaluation/Cognitive Studies
Research Study: "Examining Essay Rating of a High-Stakes English Test: A Sociocultural Perspective"
Yue (Luna) PengPeng, Yue (Luna), Ph.D. Educational Studies
Research Study: "Task-based Language Teaching for Chinese as a Second Language: Teaching Practice and Teacher Cognition"
Nasreen SultanaSultana, Nasreen, Ph.D. Measurement, Assessment, Policy, Leadership, Evaluation (MAPLE)
Research Study: "A Game of Chinese Whispers: The Journey of a Test from the Test Designers to the Test Users"
Wei YanYan, Wei, Ph.D in Measurement, Assessment, Policy, Leadership, Evaluation (MAPLE)
Research Study: "What do they mean? International Grades and English Proficiency Test Scores"

AAAL is one of the most competitive conferences in the field of applied language education. For more information, see AAAL and AAAL Conference

Congratulations Gwan-Hyeok, Yi, Luna, Nasreen, and Wei! 

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