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 LGBTQ students. Additionally, the documentary films People Like Us and … Continue reading Marlen Re-designs Diversity in Education Course

English 121 Syllabus

  Humanities Literature: THE HERO’S ADVENTURE “A hero ventures forth from the world of the common day into a region of supernatural wonder. Fabulous forces are there encountered and a decisive victory is won: The hero comes back from this mysterious adventure with the power to bestow boons on his fellow man” (1949, p. 30). -Joseph Campbell, The Hero with a Thousand Faces * Watch … Continue reading English 121 Syllabus

AUM Composition 1

ENGLISH COMPOSITION THROUGH THE 5 SENSES* (*is there a 6th?)   ENGLISH COMPOSITION 1, 101-03 MWF 1-2:20pm Instructor: Marlen Elliot Harrison, MA, PhD About the Instructor: Office and hours: M/W 2:20-3pm Phone: +356 7923 0466; Whatsapp +1 202 780 8047 Email: AUM Website: Writing Center, MTW 3-5pm, 1st floor lounge:   5 Senses [Online image]. (n.d.). Retrieved June 12, 2017 from … Continue reading AUM Composition 1

Language Assessment, a graduate course

Language Assessment This course introduces learners to the history, methods, innovations, and current debates about assessment of language in all its forms. We’ll survey various assessment instruments, critically approach current perspectives on assessment, and examine the resulting ramifications for both learners and instructors. Though our scope will be wide, we’ll largely focus on the teaching, learning and evaluation of English language in North American settings. … Continue reading Language Assessment, a graduate course