Soonhyang Kim, PhD
Phone: (914) 773-3257
PhD, The Ohio State University
MA, Murray State University
BA, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea
- ED 632: Languages, Meaning and Development of Global Perspectives
- ED 690: Teacher as a Researcher
English language learning; second language (L2) teacher education; second language learners’ oral classroom participation, non-native English-speaking professional issues; computer-mediated communication in teaching and learning, program assessment.
- Kim, S. & Kubota, R. (2012, Eds.). Supporting Nonnative-English-Speaking Instructors to Maximize Student Learning in Their Courses. Special issue of Journal of Excellence on College, 23 (3).
- Kim, S. (2012). Seeking a faculty position, In Kubota, R. & Sun. Y. (Eds.) Demystifying career after graduate school: A guide for second language professionals in higher education. Charlotte: NC: Information Age Publishing. 9-21.
- Kress. H., Thering, A., Lalonde, C., Kim, S., & Cleeton, L. (2012, in-print). Faculty reflections on online course development and implementation for teacher education. The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society.
- Micek, T., Kim, S., & Weinstein, D. (2011/12). Factors influencing success of conditionally admitted students in graduate TESOL programs. The CATESOL Journal, 23(1). 182-193.
- Samimy, K., Kim, S., Lee, J., & Kasai, M. (2011). A participative inquiry in a TESOL program: Development of three NNES graduate students’ legitimate peripheral participation to fuller participation. The Modern Language Journal, 95(4), 558-574.
- Kasai, M., Lee, J, & Kim, S. (2011). Secondary EFL students’ perceptions on native and nonnative English-speaking teachers in Japan and Korea. Asian EFL Journal, 272-300.
- Kim, S. (2008). Silent participation: East Asian international graduate students’ views on active classroom participation. Journal of Excellence on College Teaching, 199-220. (Special issue: “Diversity and Inclusion on Campus”)
- Kim, S. (2006). Academic oral communication needs of East Asian international graduate students in non-science and non-engineering fields. English for Specific Purposes, 25, 479-489.