1 Doris Correa Universidad de Antioquia Calle 67 # Escuela de Idiomas Oficina Tel. (57-4) Medellín Dissertation Correa, D. (Feb. 2008) Understanding voice in the disciplines: The struggles of Latina Nontraditional Students and their Instructors, Dissertation submitted to the School of Education,, Dec, 2007 Advisor: Dr. Jerri Willett. Education Feb. 1, 2008 Sept May 2001 June 1996-May 1998 Doctor of Education (Ed.D) School of Education, Language Literacy and Culture Program Master of Education School of Education, Bilingual, ESL, and Multicultural Education Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia Foreign Language Teaching Specialist English and French Escuela de Idiomas Honors: Honor award received for monograph A Grammar Course Analysis July 1986-June 1990 Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia Professional in Languages Escuela de Idiomas Sept Sept.1984 Dwight Eisenhower High School, Decatur, Illinois Senior
2 Experience Spring Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia Assistant Professor FL Teaching Preparation Program, School of Languages Duties: Coordinate Master s Program, teach licensure and master s level courses: New Approaches in FL Teaching and Learning, spring 2010 Research II- Spring 2009 Fall 2008-Spring 2009 Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia Lecturer EFL Licensure Program, School of Languages Duties: Teach licensure courses (Research, Practicum) Research II, Fall 2008 Trabajo de Grado, Fall 2008 Practicum, Fall 2008 Fall 2007-Spring 2008 Lecturer and Director of ESL Licensure Language Literacy and Culture Program, School of Education Duties: teach master and doctoral level seminars (Reading, Writing, Language and Thinking- a genre-based pedagogies course; Language and Language Learning- a Systemic Functional Linguistics course; Practicum in ESL; Sociocultural Theories of Language; and Managing Culturally Responsive Classrooms), advising master and doctoral students and coordinating program preparations for the national accreditation visit by NCATE in spring Sept Licensure Advisor for prospective English Language Learners (ELL) teachers and Reading Specialists pursuing studies at the Language Literacy and Culture Practitioner Program. Duties included: Advising students interested in English Language Learning and Reading licensure, maintaining and updating the advising system, student records, and office advising materials; maintaining contact with cooperating teachers and supervisors and communicating with licensure students and the Educator Licensure Office; assisting with data collection, management, updating, analysis and production of reports to support NCATE activities; mapping TESOL, IRA, DOE and NCATE standards to the Reading specialist and ESL licensure programs; assisting Faculty in the ESL and Reading Licensure programs in sending assignments, developing standard-based rubrics, implementing NCATE assessment plans, and producing various licensure reports.
3 June 2002-Aug2006 Summer 2006 Fall 2005 Summer Summer 2005) Fall 2004 Summer 2003 Fall 2001 Summer 2000 Spring- Fall 2000, Assistant Director for Bachelor of General Studies with concentration in Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Communities, a program offered by the School of Education through a Title VII Career Ladder Grant. Duties included: Preparing faculty meetings and student orientations, selecting, documenting, and scheduling of courses, giving feedback to instructors, trouble shooting, assisting with the design, implementation, and evaluation of courses providing assistance to students with writing and technology needs serving as liaison between the School of Education, Continuing and Professional Education, the Colleges of Arts and Sciences and the students. Teaching Assistant for a course entitled Language and Language Learning offered to students in the Bilingual/ESL/Multicultural Program Teaching Assistant for a course entitled Critical Discourse Analysis offered to students in the Language, Literacy and Culture Doctoral Program Coordinator for Intensive Summer Program in TESOL Teaching Assistant for a course entitled Teaching Content to L2 Learners offered by the School of Education to students pursuing the Master s Program with TESOL Focus Instructor for a course entitled Critical Reading and Writing offered by the School of Education to students pursuing the Bachelor of General Studies with concentration in Studies of Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Communities Instructor for a course entitled Pre-Practicum in ELL offered by the School of Education to Paraprofessionals working toward ELL licensure. Instructor for a course entitled Pedagogical Linguistics offered by the School of Education to students pursuing the Master s Program with TESOL Focus and ESL Licensure Practicum Supervisor for the ELL Licensure Program offered by the School of Education to pre-service and in-service teachers
4 Fall1999 Teaching assistant for a course entitled Introduction to Bilingual Education course offered by the School of Education to students pursuing the Master s Program with TESOL Focus Fall Fall 2000 Instructor of Spanish beginning and intermediate courses offered by the Spanish and Portuguese Department to undergraduate students from other departments Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia Instructor of English writing, listening, speaking, and grammar courses offered by the School of Languages to students in the EFL Teacher Preparation Program 1998 Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín and San Andrés Island, Colombia Practicum Supervisor for the EFL Teacher Preparation Program offered by the School of Languages to pre-service and in-service teachers Fundación Universitaria Luis Amigó, Medellín, Colombia Instructor of EFL courses offered by the Foreign Language Department to in-service teachers Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Medellín, Colombia Instructor of EFL courses offered by the Continuing Education Department to professionals from inside and outside the university 1994 Universidad Católica de Oriente, Medellín, Colombia Instructor of EFL courses offered by the University to students from the International Trade Program 1991 Audio-Visual Center, Medellín, Colombia Instructor of EFL courses offered to adults 1991 El Centro Inglés, Medellín, Colombia Instructor of EFL courses offered to adolescents Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia Languages Laboratory Assistant
5 Research Projects Fall 2014 Fall 2014 The commodification of women s bodies in Colombian cities Billboards and other media: A linguistic landscape study. In Collaboration with Prof. Elana Shohamy, University of Tel Aviv. Co-researcher in the project bilingualism, globalization, Non-native Speaker English Teachers, and the Media: The Case of Latin America. EALE Group Fall 2009 Fall Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia Principal Investigator in the Project: Developing Academic Literacies in the Master s of Foreign Language Teaching and Learning and the Foreign Language Teaching Program at the School of Languages at Universidad de Antioquia. GIAE Group Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia Principal Investigator in the Project: Interpretación e Implementación del Programa Nacional de Bilingüismo: Un Estudio Exploratorio en el Departamento de Antioquia. GIAE and EALE Research Groups Longitudinal critical ethnographic case study of academic literacies developed by two Latina/o nontraditional students who were pursuing their Bachelor of General Studies at University of Massachusetts Amherst Ethnographic study of the narratives paraprofessionals wrote and told in class as part of a pre-practicum course offered by the School of Languages 1998 Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia Co-researcher in the multi-site case study Autonomy in the language classroom: a study of teachers and student practices 1997 Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia Action Researcher project conducted with students taking an English Grammar Course offered by the School of Languages Conference Presentations Correa, D. (2014). Dilemmas and contradictions faced by universities regarding foreign
6 language education policies: The case of Colombia. AILA World Congress, Brisbane, Australia, August 10-15, Usma, J. & Correa, D. (2014). Dilemmas and Contradictions Faced by Colombian Higher Education Institutions Regarding Foreign Language Education Policies. 5to Seminario Internacional de Desarrollo profesional de Docentes de Lenguas Extranjeras, Medellin, Agosto 4-6, Shohamy, E. & Correa, D. (2014). The commodification of women s breasts in Colombia: A linguistic landscape study. Presentation at 4th Linguistic Landscapes Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, April 9 11, Correa, D. (2013). El Futuro del bilingüismo en Colombia. Presentation at Primer Encuentro Regional de Lenguas - Programa Nacional de Bilingüismo (PNB): Impactos y Realidades. Universidad de La Salle, March 1-3, Correa, D. (2011). What Doing Systemic Functional Linguistics Analysis of Our EFL Students' Texts Can Show Us About Our Ways of Scaffolding and Providing Feedback on Writing. Presentation at 46th Annual ASOCOPI Conference, Bogotá, October 15, Correa D. & Usma, J. (2011) National Program of Bilingualism in Colombia: From Foreign Language Policy Borrowing to Local Appropriation and Enactment. Presentation at 16th World Congress of Applied Linguistics, AILA, Beijing, August 24, 2011, Correa, D. & Muñoz, J.H. (2011). Studying Systemic Functional Linguistics as a Means to Improving our EFL Writing Teaching Practices: Possibilities and Limitations. Presesntation at 16th World Congress of Applied Linguistics-AILA, Beijing, August 25, Correa, D. & Muñoz, J.H. (2010). "Using Systemic Functional Linguistics theories to teach academic writing in FL Teacher Preparation Programs: Usefulness and limitations. Presentation at ASOCOPI 45th Annual Conference. Universidad Simón Bolivar, Barranquilla, Colombia, October 14-17, 2010 Correa, D. (2010). " Teachers appropriating reform: The experience in three public schools and what we can learn from them. Presentation at III International Seminar on Teacher Professional Development. Medellín, Colombia, August 4-7, 2010 Correa, D. (2009). "Developing Academic Literacies: A Process that Goes beyond Learning How to Read and Write. Plenary session. ASOCOPI 44th Annual Conference. Medellín, Colombia, October 8-11, 2009 Correa, D. (2009). "Developing an academic voice: the struggles of one esl non-traditional student and her instructors. Plenary session XIV Round Table on Applied Linguistics Issues, Bogotá, Colombia, mayo 21 & 22, Correa, D. (2009). " From Whole Language to Multicultural Education: A Reflection on Five Pedagogies and How They Can Help Improve EFL Teacher Education Programs in Colombia.
7 Presented at the Sexto Encuentro de Universidades Formadoras de Docentes, Bogotá, Colombia, April 2-5, Correa, D. (2007). "Writing with an Academic Voice: Challenges Faced by an ESL Nontraditional Student and her Instructors Panel presentation, AERA Conference, Chicago, Ill, April Correa, D. (2006). "A Nontraditional Latina Student's Journey to Academic Literacy and Voice". Presented at the Symposium on Second Language Writing-Practicing Theory in Second Language Writing, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, June, Correa, D. (2004). No Language Learner Left Behind: An Analysis of Title III Funded Teacher Education Programs. Panel presentation, AERA Conference, San Diego, CA, April Correa, D. (2003). ESL Latino Paraprofessionals Negotiating Institutional Double-binds. Presented at the 37 th Annual TESOL Convention, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A, March Correa, D. (2002). Journals Are So Annoying! A Study of a Cambodian-American Student Resistance to Reflective Dialogue Journal Writing. Presented at the 13 th Annual NAME International Conference, Seattle, WA, Nov Correa, D. (2002). Climbing up the Ladder, Opening up the Gates: A Study of Latino Paraprofessionals in Search for Professional Development. Presented at the Ethnographic Qualitative Research in Education Conference, Pittsburgh, NJ June Correa, D. (1999). A Grammar Course Analysis. Monograph Presented at the Third Round Table on Applied Linguistics Issues, Universidad Distrital, Santa Fe de Bogotá, Colombia, March Correa, D. ( 1998). Involving students in the design of the curriculum and the solution of the problems. Presesntation at ASOCOPI National Conference, Santa Fe de Bogotá, Colombia, Nov Correa, D. (1998). Improving students learning by involving them in the design of the course. Workshop Presented at the ELT Conference, Centro Colombo-Americano, Medellín, Colombia August Publications 2014 Correa, D., Domínguez, C. (2014). Scaffolding Narrative Writing: An Analysis from an SFL Perspective. How Journal, 21, 2, pp Correa, D. Usma, J. y Montoya, J.C. El Programa Nacional de Bilingüismo desde la Perspectiva de los actores Educativos: Un estudio exploratorio en el departamento de Antioquia. Ikala, Revista de Lenguage y Cultura, 19, 1, 1 15
8 2013 Correa, D. & Usma, J. (2013). From a bureaucratic to a critical sociocultural model of policymaking in Colombia. How Journal, 20, Willett, J. & Correa, D. (2013). On making language visible: Reciprocal learning in a professional development alliance" En: English learner instruction through collaboration and inquiry in teacher education Correa, D. (2010). Developing academic literacy and voice: Challenges faced by a mature ESL student and her instructors. PROFILE, 12, Correa, D. (2009). Exploring Academic Writing and Voice in ESL Writing IKALA Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura, 14, 21, pp Correa, D. (July 1999). How to involve the students in the design of the curriculum and the solution of problems, Ikala, School of Languages, Universidad de Antioquia.