Jennifer Green, Ph.D.
She/Her/Hers, Professor; Director of the ELL/Bilingual Education Endorsement Program
Gustavus Adolphus College, B.A. (Social Studies Education 7-12 and Scandinavian Studies)
School for International Training, M.A.T. (TESOL)
University of Connecticut, Ph.D. (Curriculum and Instruction)
I teach a variety of courses in the ELL/Bilingual Education Endorsement Program.
My research focuses on pre-service and in-service teacher understanding of disciplinary language and teaching methods. I use Systemic Functional Linguistics as my primary lens for thinking about language. I use a mix of qualitative and quantitative methodologies.
- Carney, J., Chu, M., Green, J., Nutting, W., Donnelly, S., Clancy, A., Riddle Buly, M., & Carroll (2019). Creating synergies for change. Teachers College Record, 121 (12)
- Wright-Maley, C. and Green J. (2018). Bitter challenge; Swede success: Simulating language learning experiences in social studies classrooms. In Teaching history and social studies to English language learners: Preparing pre-service and in-service teachers (1st ed.) de Oliveira, L. C. and Obenshain K.M. (eds). Palgrave MacMillan
- Wright-Maley, C., and Green, J. (April 2015). Experiencing the needs and challenges of ELLs: Improving knowledge and efficacy of preservice teachers through the use of a language immersion simulation. Cogent Education DOI 10.1080/2331186X.2015.1030176
- Green, J. D. (April, 2015). Language detectives: Teaching and learning about suffixes. The Reading Teacher 68(7), 539-547. doi:10.1002/trtr.1350