Intensive English Language Institute - World Languages and Cultures
Associate Professor, MSLT Co-director
I am an associate professor in the intensive English program (IELI) at Utah State University. I am also in charge of the international teaching assistants’ training and am involved with pre-service language teachers' education at USU (MSLT). My research and teaching interests include intercultural learning, multilingual literature, computer-assisted language learning, critical pedagogy, and L2 teacher education. I am actively engaged with Intermountain TESOL and International TESOL (ITA- and CALL-IS). I have published in System, TESOL Journal, and Teaching Education journals.
LING 6900 Culture Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice
IELI 2420 Writing from Academic Sources
LANG 7010 Academic Writing for Graduate Students
IELI 7920 International Teaching Assistants’ Training Workshop
Arshavskaya, E. (2020). Multilingual literature in writing classes: Bringing out students’ authentic voices. Modern Journal of Studies in English Language Teaching and Literature, 2(2), 15-30.
Arshavskaya, E. (2020). Language teachers’ intercultural learning: A sociocultural perspective. InSight: A Journal of Scholarly Teaching, 15, 67–82.
Arshavskaya, E. (2019). Teachers’ stories about teaching: Collaborative dialogues as Open Educational Resources. Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence, 3(1), Article 3. doi: https://doi.org/10.26077/k1s8-jn09