I currently teach graduate-level classes and undergraduate classes, with the majority of the most recent classes I have taught listed below. Both Koen Van Gorp and I teach Language Teaching Methods (LLT 807) in the fall (which we teach with a Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT) focus), and Language Assessment (LLT 808) in the spring. Every two years I or Meagan Driver teach Individual Differences in SLA (LLT 841).

In my assessment course, I focus on (a) classroom assessment practices, (b) standardized assessment practices, (c) survey and questionnaire design, and (d) ethics and validity in testing.

I teach undergraduate TESOL Methods courses for (a) TESOL minors (LLT 306) and (b) K-12 elementary education majors in the College of Education who are pursuing a Michigan K-12 ESL endorsement (LLT 307).

More recently, I co-taught with Dylan Burton: we taught two customized, Advanced Special Topics courses (LIN 891) on language testing and assessment to United States Foreign Service Institute personnel through an agreement between the MSU Provost’s Office and the U.S. Department of State, and with grants from the U.S. Department of State. I provide the more recent of those two course syllabi below, which was categorized under the LIN 891 course code.

I am always happy to share my syllabi and materials! Let me know if you have questions.