Sarah E Dietrich
|Title:||Visiting Assistant Professor|
|Cat. #||Term||Course #||Title|
|1194||01||EDC405||Culturally Responsive Teaching|
|1974||P1||EDS796A||Half-Practicum in Teaching English as a Second Language|
|1975||P1||EDS796N||Graduate Practicum in Teaching English as a Second Language|
|2004||S1||EDU745A||Literacy, Language and Diversity|
|2162||S2||EDS799||Teaching Reading, Writing, and Vocabulary to English Language Learners|
Boston University, Doctorate of Education, Literacy, Language, and Cultural Studies A Bilingual Approach to the Examination of Writing Productsand Processes in Adults who are Learning to Write in their Second Language
Masters of Education, TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
University of Paris VII, Masters of Arts, History La femme comme trosième sexe: La remise en cause du rôle dela femme
University of Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Arts, History and French, minor Women's Studies
Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program for Iraq, Co-director and representative for principal administrative contact, 10-week program bringing 8 junior faculty members (TESOL/Applied Linguistics) to Salem State University, 2014
Fulbright Scholar, Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas, Mexico Teaching and Learning English in Mexico: Language and Literacy Development in a Second Language, 2006-7
Study abroad as teacher training
Culturally responsive teaching
Bilingual language and literacy development
Grammar for teachers
Faculty, staff, and comprehensive international program development
Dietrich, S., Minett, A. and Z. Newell. Our Iraqi Fulbright Adventure: Internationalization and the Terrain of the “Third Space.” Sextant. Salem, MA: Salem State University (Forthcoming, Fall 2016).
Dietrich, S. (2011). Studying abroad: Impact(s) on the beliefs of future teachers. (2011).Summaries of selected presentations. Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. MEXTESOL.
Dietrich, S. (2007). Professional Development and English Language Teaching in Tamaulipas: Describing the Training and Challenges of Two Groups of Teachers. Special Topic Issue,: The Professionalization of ELT in Mexico: National and local perspectives. MEXTESOL Journal.
Dietrich, S. (2007). Falling Into Place: A Trip to Mexico Helps Put the Experiences of International Students into Perspective. Salem Statement.
Dietrich, S. (2007). “Resourceful interaction: Making the most of an authentic information gap.” Language Magazine, April, 31.
Internationalization as ‘Third Space’: Examples from Our Iraqi Fulbright Adventure, International Society of Language Studies, June 2016 (with Amy Jo Minett and Zachary Newell).
Intercultural Competence: Teaching Strategies and Assessments, Pearls and Perils, Salem State University, May 2016. (with Elizabeth Blood, Julie Kiernan, Keja Valens, Guorong Zhu).
She/He/They/Ze: Reflecting on Identity. Writing Vertically Conference, Salem State University, April 2016.
Arab, Sunni, Shia, Kurd: Intergroup Identity Conflict and English Language Programs, American Association of Applied Linguistics Annual Conference (AAAL)/ Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics (CAAL), March 2015 (with Amy Jo Minett).
E-Service Learning: Fostering Intercultural Communication, TESOL March 2015 (with Didem Ekici).
Teacher is this correct?”: Integrating grammar into any lesson Pre-conference institute, MEXTESOL (Mexican Teachers of English) Annual Convention October 2014.
Make it work: Service Learning in the IEP Context TESOL March 2014.
Service Learning as Teacher Development: Lessons from a Pilot Project TESOL March 2014.
Assessing our impact on student awareness: How do we teach about diversity and difference? Pearls and Perils May 2014 (with Guillermo Avila-Saavedra, Steven Oliver, Roopika Risam, Vanessa Ruget, Keja Valens, Julie Whitlow, Guorong Zhu).