Student Testimonials

A vital part of my teaching pedagogy involves metacognition and reflective writing. The following are excerpts from mid-course and final reflective letters, as well as emails and Facebook posts, written by students around the world who have taken my courses. Click the course title to view its syllabus; click the students’ names to visit their…

CURRICULUM VITAE

QUICK SEARCH ABOUT EDUCATION — SCHOLARSHIP — UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE TEACHER/PROFESSIONAL TRAINING & MENTORING EXPERIENCE OTHER TEACHING EXPERIENCE — ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE PRESENTATIONS & GUEST LECTURES — HONORARIUM PUBLICATIONS — THESIS SUPERVISION/ADVISING — VOLUNTEER/LEADERSHIP SERVICES SKILLS & PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS UNIVERSITY COURSES TAUGHT — PHILOSOPHY OF TEACHING — BRIEF BIODATA Dr. Marlen Elliot Harrison has been teaching…

Literary Studies and Personal Voice: Exploring Autoethnography as a Research Method in the Graduate English Thesis

https://autoethnographicjourneys.wordpress.com/ One of the ways that literature instructors can actively address states of insecurity with graduate thesis writers is by helping them develop projects that build upon strengths and interests and critically explore connections between personal and cultural experience. As such, this session seeks to expand concepts of literary research by examining the enduring paradigm…

Marlen Re-designs Diversity in Education Course

In autumn, 2016, Marlen re-designed Tiffin University’s “Diversity in Education” course. Marlen had previously taught the course in summer, 2016, as part of Tiffin’s online M.Ed. program. Acting as a subject matter expert, Marlen selected Banks & Banks’ Multicultural Education: Issues and Perspectives as the new course text, for example, and expanded the units on Multilingual and…