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Part-Time Lecturer in English

Adam spent the past decade teaching English in the U.S. and Korea in both K-12 and higher education settings. His passion for teaching has led to an interest in researching and writing about language acquisition and student mobility in international contexts. He is is currently pursuing his PhD in Teaching, Curriculum and Society from Boston College.

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Articles

*Agostinelli, A., & McQuillan, P. (Forthcoming, 2020). How Preservice Content Teacher Background Qualities Influence

*Agostinelli, A., (Forthcoming, 2021). Teaching international Students in Western Universities: A Literature Review. Journal of Comparative and International Higher Education.

Agostinelli, A.V., (2019). Second Language Identities of International Teaching Assistants in the U.S. Classroom. Louisiana State University Faculty Publications: LSU Digital Commons. Link

*Agostinelli, A. (2018). Korean EFL College Students in Foreign Contexts: A Second Language Identity Study. Korea TESOL Journal, Volume 14. Link

*Agostinelli, A. (2017). Dealing with Diversity in a Traditionally Homogenous EFL Classroom. NYSTESOL Idiom, Summer Issue. Link

*Agostinelli, A. (2017). The Second Language Identity of Korean Midshipmen during Cruise Training. International Maritime English Conference Proceedings. Link

Reports

Shirley, D., Kim, D., Wortham, S., Cho, E., Lee, J., Kang, Y., Agostinelli, A., Kim, H., Yang, S., & Pu., M. (2019). Hyukshin schools in Seoul, South Korea: An interim report [a technical report]. Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education, Seoul, South Korea. (Role: Research Assistant & Writer). Link

Agostinelli, A. (2020). The Selection Process for International Assistants: A Cross-University Report. Office of International Students and Scholars & Center for International Higher Education Year in Review (p. 16), Boston College.

Agostinelli, A. (2020). International Students who Remained in the U.S. Post-COVID19: A Report on BC Students. Office of International Students and Scholars & Center for International Higher Education Year in Review (p. 16), Boston College.

 

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Courses

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