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Stephanie Marcotte

TESOL Instruction, Teacher Training, Student Support, & Professional Development

Summary

An enthusiastic and extroverted community member who thrives in independent and team-oriented settings. Interested in creating new partnerships across academic disciplines. Inspired by experimental, horizontal learning experiences that focus on collaboration, community building, and critical thinking. Dedicated to both teaching and learning through various educational contexts. Experienced in creating curricula and teaching both children and adults from various cultures and backgrounds. Skillful and knowledgeable in creating scaffolded learning experiences for diverse classroom communities. Actively seek ways to activate schema and provide student scaffolding. Dedicated to supporting students with test taking, content development, and study skills needed to be successful in their field of interest. Interested in continued professional development through engagement with the TESOL International Association and affiliates. Continually seek new leadership roles within different teacher organizations. 

Education

(2017- 2020) Doctorate of Education in Transformative Leadership, University of New England

Attending UNE as a member of the Ed.D in Transformative Leadership with a focus in higher education leadership. The program includes two years of coursework and a year of dissertation. The proposed dissertation is titled, "The TESOL 6 Principles for Exemplary Teaching of English Learners: Perceived Effectiveness in the Community College ESL Classroom." 

(Summer 2019) All But Dissertation (ABD) status achieved. 

(2014- 2015) Master of Arts in TESOL, SIT Graduate Institute 

Participated in the M.A.T in TESOL program at SIT with a focus on adult learners. The final portfolio focused on gender-neutral inclusive language as a part of language teaching and mindful education. 

(2014-2015) SIT Graduate Student Association TESOL representative and communications officer  

(2010- 2014) Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, Hampshire College 

Concentrated in education, TESOL, professional development, and public health. The completed Division III thesis was titled, "Teaching as Learners & Learning as Teachers: A Collection of Professional Development Workshop for the Field of TESOL." 

(March 2013) Debating for democracy finalist

(2011-2014) Women's empowerment mod members and student group leader

(2013-2014) Mixed nuts co-op volunteer and student member

(2012-2013) Critical studies of childhood, youth & learning student group leader

(2010- 2014) Certificate in Culture, Health & Science, UMass Amherst 

Completed a the certificate through the Five College Culture, Health & Science program. Coursework focused on bio-cultural approaches; mechanisms for disease transmission; population health and disease; ethics, policy and practice; and research design and analysis. 

(January 2013) Study AbroadEl Salvador

Participated in a month-long study abroad opportunity in El Salvador offered by Hampshire College and Basic Health International. Public health work provided opportunities for cervical cancer screenings and contraceptive outreach. For more about the trip, please visit: http://mapfling.com/qhe8o5p 

(2006-2010) High School Diploma, Champlain Valley Union High School

TESOL Certificates

(July 2016- August 2016) English Language Teaching Leadership Management Certificate, International TESOL Association 

Completed an online certificate that focused on improving leadership and strategic planning within the field of TESOL and across a variety of positions and responsibilities. 

(July 2015- August 2015) TESOL Leadership Development Certificate, International TESOL Association 

Participated in the 4-week (40 hour) online interactive certificate program that included professional development and leadership training. 

(June 2013) TESOL Teacher Assistant Certificate, Hampshire College 

Earned a certificate for work completed during the first Hampshire College TESOL certificate program. Responsibilities ranged from supporting the teacher-trainer and learning community. 

(2011- 2012) Certificate in TESOL, Hampshire College 

Completed the TESOL certificate after completing two semesters of course work and tutoring at Hampshire College. Tutored a Buddhist monk attending Hampshire College. 

Higher Education Experience

(August 2019- Present) Nursing Resource Coordinator, Holyoke Community College 

Supporting incoming and current nursing students in their organization and test taking skills. Work with faculty and professional staff in test preparation, professional development, and committee work. 

(July 2018- August 2018) Interim Nursing Success Coordinator, Holyoke Community College 

Worked in the nursing department to facilitate multiple information sessions and run the annual STAT orientation day for incoming nursing students. 

(September 2017- May 2018) Diversity Workshop Facilitator, Holyoke Community College

Provided diversity workshops to nursing faculty and professional staff. These workshops focused on inclusion, ESL support, teaching methodology, equity, and privilege. 

(January 2017- May 2019) Supplemental Instructor, Holyoke Community College

Provided weekly in-class support and out-of-class tutoring sessions for current ESL students. 

(Spring 2019) ESL Reading & Writing 

(Fall 2018) ESL Reading & Writing 4; ESL Reading & Writing 4

(Spring 2018) ESL Reading & Writing 5 Learning Community

(Fall 2017) ESL Reading & Writing 4; ESL Reading & Writing 4

(Spring 2017) ESL Reading & Writing 4; ESL Reading & Writing 4

(January 2016- December 2018) ESL Convo. Group Facilitator, Holyoke Community College

Held weekly conversation groups with interactive topics to support student language development. Students from all levels participated in these sessions alongside each other. 

(October 2015- Present) ESL Educational Planning Staff, Holyoke Community College

Assisted in the student intake process and helped place incoming students into their college classes. Advised students as to their levels and provided assistance in navigating the campus. 

(September 2015- Present) ESL Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College

Taught a variety of credit-bearing ESL courses to a diverse community of learners. Created interactive lessons that focused on skill development, collaboration, technology, and community. 

(Spring 2019)  ESL Reading & Writing 5, Speaking & Listening 5, and Grammar 3

(Fall 2018) ESL Grammar 1, Reading & Writing 5, and Pronunciation 

(Summer 2018) ESL Grammar 4(May 2018) ESL Norming Facilitator and Participant 

(March 2018) ESL Field Trip Planning Committee Member 

(March 2018) Library Book Club Co-Facilitator 

(Spring 2018) ESL Grammar 1; ESL Reading & Writing 4; ESL Reading & Writing 5

(Fall 2017) ESL Grammar 1; ESL Reading & Writing 3; ESL Reading & Writing 5

(Spring 2017) ESL Reading & Writing 5; ESL Grammar 4)

(2016) West Springfield Mosque Initiative 

(May 2016- October 2016) ESL 30th Anniversary Committee 

(Fall 2016) ESL Reading & Writing 5; ESL Speaking & Listening 4

(Spring 2016) ESL Reading & Writing 5; ESL Reading & Writing 4

(November 2015- March 2016) Moodle Repository Staff

(October) Technology Objectives Committee 

(Fall 2015) ESL Reading & Writing 5; ESL Reading & Writing 2

(January 2017- October 2017) Scholarship Advisor, ONSA, UMass Amherst 

Advised 50 Fulbright applicants through the application process; 30 students officially applied, and 21 were semi-finalists. Ran Fulbright information session, and acted as a Fulbright panel interviewer. 

(July 2017- August 2017) EDUSA ESL Instructor, UMass Amherst 

Taught a 4-week TOEFL/SAT preparation course to a group of high school ESL international students. Planned and lead an academic and cultural field trip to Boston, MA. 

(Fall 2016- Spring 2017) ESL Adjunct Professor, Springfield Technical Community College

Taught two advanced ESL reading courses over the course of two semesters. The courses were interactive and required students to engage with the text in new ways. 

(July 2016) English Instructor, International Language Institute

Taught a five day English program for Chinese High School students enrolled in a "debate and contemporary issues" summer course at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. 

(May 2016- June 2016) English Instructor, International Language Institute 

Taught a five week college preparation and intensive English course to a group of 15 Chinese International students who were attending Mass Amherst as part of the MAIA program. 

    TESOL Teacher Training Experience

    (June 2017) TESOL Certificate Course Trainer & Program Developer, Hampshire College

    Created and ran a 180-hr intensive TESOL certificate course. The course involved different learning opportunities, workshops, guests, field trips, and career support. 

    (Fall 2016) Non-Credit TESOL Course Lecturer, ONSA, UMass Amherst

    Ran a free TESOL course offered to all 5-college students. Prepared students to teach English as a second language and apply to different jobs and opportunities around the world. 

    (June 2015) TESOL Program Coordinator, Hampshire College

    Supported the TESOL trainer in the classroom, provided student support, and helped to facilitate on-campus living and experiences for students throughout the intensive 180 hr course. 

    (2015) TESOL Alum Fellow, Hampshire College 

    (June 2014) TESOL Program Housing Coordinator & Teacher’s Assistant, Hampshire College

    Supported the TESOL trainer in the classroom, provided student support, and helped to facilitate on-campus living and experiences for students throughout the intensive 180 hr course. 

    (June 2013) TESOL Program Teacher’s Assistant, Hampshire College

    Supported the TESOL trainer in the classroom, provided student support, and helped to facilitate on-campus living and experiences for students throughout the intensive 180 hr course. 

    General Teaching Experience

    (February 2016- May 2016) Volunteer Online English Tutor, Go Gently 

    Volunteered as an online English Tutor working with a small group of Syrian Refugee Orphans at an orphanage in Turkey. Created fun, light, and interactive English tutoring sessions. 

    (April 2015- December 2015) Online English Teacher, Putclub

    Used Chinese-QQ and Skype to teach English to Chinese students of all ages and backgrounds across China. Lessons and tutoring sessions focused on both fluency and accuracy.

    (January 2015- February 2015) ESL Teaching Intern, Acentria Care Alliance 

    Taught English to immigrants and refugees, over the course of two months in accordance with the SIT M.A.T. in TESOL Graduate practicum requirements. 

    (June 2013- August 2013) ESL Substitute Teacher, Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program 

    (Spring 2012) ESL Tutor to a Buddhist Monk, Hampshire College 

    (2012-2013) Toddler Teacher’s Assistant, The Early Learning Center, Hampshire College 

    (2011- 2013) Substitute Teacher & Floater, Annette’s Preschool, Hinesburg, VT

    Transferable Work History

    (June 2018- July 2018) Member Organizer, Massachusetts Teachers Association 

    (2013- 2018) Outreach Coordinator, The AKEDA Foundation 

    (April 2017- April 2018) TESOL Mentor, The School for International Training 

    (November 2016- September 2017) Personal Bookkeeper, Independent Consultant 

    (July 2016- May 2018) Prevention Lab Facilitator, Safe Passage 

    (Spring 2018) Curriculum Development Team Member

    (April 2017) Say Something Prevention Lab Co-Facilitator

    (November 2016) Say Something Prevention Lab Co-Facilitator 

    (September 2016) Say Something Prevention Lab Training of Trainers 

    (July 2016) Say Something Prevention Lab Participant 

    (2014- 2015) Student Mentor, Big Brother, Big Sister of Brattleboro, VT

    (July- August 2014) Public Relations Intern, MotherWoman 

    (September 2013- May 2014) Virtual Student Foreign Service E-Intern, U.S Dept. of State 

    (September 2013- January 2014) New Student Orientation, Hampshire College 

    (September 2013- January 2014) First Year Student Mentor 

    (September 2013- January 2014) Orientation Leader

    (September 2013- May 2014) Museum Docent, Yiddish Book Center 

    (September 2013- May 2014) Cole Science Lab Monitor, Hampshire College 

    (September 2012- May 2013) Critical Studies in Childhood, Youth & Learning Intern, Hampshire College

    (September 2012- May 2013) Course Note Taker, Hampshire College

    (October 2011- May 2012) Art Studio Assistant, Eric Carle Museum 

    Continued Learning

    (August 2019- September 2019) Education for Action, Fitchburg State University 

    2 Gradaute Credits, 4.0 

    (October 2018- August 2019) Teacher Leadership Institute, National Educators Association 

    67.5 PDPs with Final Capstone Project 

    (August 2018- September 2018) All In for Public Education Issues, Fitchburg State University 

    2 Gradaute Credits, 4.0 

    (August 2016- September 2016) Understanding Trends & Transforming, Fitchburg State University 2

    2 Graduate Credits, 4.0 

    (July 2015) Immigrant Student Success, The Immigrant Learning Center Public Education Institute, Workshop 

    (July 2015) Non-Profit Management Summer Camp, Marlboro Graduate School 

    (2014) Citizenship Clinic Volunteer, Center for New Americans, Northampton, MA 

    (2014) Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Bystander Intervention, Hampshire College

    (2011 & 2014) First Aid Certified, American Red Cross 

    (2011) Adult CPR & AED Certified, American Red Cross  

    Legislative & Political Experience

    (June 2019) TESOL Advocacy Summit Participant, Washington, DC

    Met with Massachusetts members of congress in Washington, DC to discuss issues regarding public education, higher education, ESL students, and teacher-training. 

    (May 2019) Rally Speaker on State Education Funding, Fund Our Future Rally, Springfield, MA

    (April 2019) Testified at the State House in Support of the Cherish Act, Joint Committee on Higher Education, Massachusetts State House

    (March 2019) Planned and Held a Fund Our Future Event, Holyoke Community College

    This event included Representative Aaron Vega, Mayor Alex Morse, and Senator Jo Comerford. Discussions focused on the future of public education (K-16) in the USA and Massachusetts. 

    (February 2019) Board of Trustees Resolution, Fund Our Future Campaign, Holyoke Community College

    Spoke in front of the Board of Trustees to advocate for their adoption of a resolution in support of the Fund Our Future campaign. They signed on, and they were the first public higher education college/university in the state to do so. 

    (January 2019) Public Forum Speaker on State Education Funding, Easthampton, MA

    (September 2018) Planned and Held an Event on Labor History in Holyoke, Holyoke Community College

    This event included Mayor Alex Morse and representation from the office of Representative Aaron Vega. 

    Professional Leadership & Membership 

    MATSOL, A TESOL Affiliate Organization

    (March 2019- Present) External Relations & Advocacy Committee 

    (March 2019- Present) Board Member-at-Large 

    Worked along side the board to support membership and professional learning. Participation also includes committee work and external relations. 

    (2018-2019) Conference Committee Member 

    2016- October 2017) Materials & Reviews Editor for the MATSOL Currents 

    Supported the MATSOL editor by focusing on the reviews section of each addition. Provided targeted feedback to writers and helped to promote an increase in submissions. 

    (2016) Conference Proposal Reviewer 

    (2015) Conference Proposal Reviewer 

    (2014- Present) Dues Paying Member 

    NNETESOL, A TESOL Affiliate Organization 

    (November 2016- November 2018) 

    (June 2019) Conference Proposal Vetting Committee 

    (2018-2019) Past President 

    (June 2018) Conference Vetting Committee 

    (2017- 2018) President and Conference Chair 

    Provided support to board members, ran meetings, engaged with membership, facilitated international friendships, planned the conference proceedings, and ran the conference.

    (June 2017) Conference Proposal Vetting Committee 

    (2016- 2017) President Elect

    (2016- Present) Conference Executive Committee 

    (June 2016) Conference Proposal Vetting Committee 

    (2016) Conference Keynote Committee 

    (2014- 2016) Publisher’s Liaison 

    (November 2014- Present) Board Member 

    (2013- Present) Member 

    TESOL International Association 

    (March 2019) TESOL Ambassador for the TESOL International Convention 

    (March 2019) NNETESOL TESOL Convention Affiliate Representative 

    (March 2019) NNETESOL Affiliate Booth Participant 

    (March 2017) NNETSOL Affiliate Booth Participant 

    (2013-Present) Dues Paying Member 

    Massachusetts Community College Council 

    (May 2019- Present) Holyoke Community College Union Past President 

    (September 2018- Present) Statewide Distance Learning Committee Alternate 

    (June 2018- May 2019) Holyoke Community College Union Chapter President 

    Represented all full-time and part-time faculty and professional staff on campus. Increased union membership, rebuild chapter leadership, worked with management, and hosted events. 

    (June 2018- May 2019 MACER Chair & DCEMACER Representative 

    (April 2018) Annual Union Delegate Assembly Representative 

    (March 2018- June 2018) Political Action Leader Committee Representative 

    (September 2017- June 2018) Strategic Action Committee Representative 

    (December 2016- September 2017) Holyoke Community College Bylaws Coordinator 

    (2016) Annual Union Delegate Assembly Representative 

    (September 2016- Present) Holyoke Community College Executive Committee

    (September 2015- Present) Dues Paying Member 

    Massachusetts Teachers Association

    (Fall 2018) Taskforce on Broadening the Work of Open Bargaining Summits and TPL Field Service Workshops 

    (Fall 2018) Membership Advisory Group to Fund Our Future 

    (September 2015- Present) Dues Paying Member 

    National Educators Association

    (September 2015- Present) Dues Paying Member 

    Northampton Area Young Professionals, Greater Northampton Chamber of Commerce 

    (April 2017- Present) Dues Paying Member 

    Awards & Scholarships

    (2019) Teacher Leadership Institute Crystal Award, Boston, MA

    (2017) Mini Grant,Holyoke Community College

    (2016) Mini Grant, Holyoke Community College

    (2014) Denise O’Neil Scholarship & Grant, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA. 

    (2013) Division II Grant, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA 

    (2013) Prince Fund Award, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA. 

    (2012) Denise O’Neil Scholarship & Grant, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA. 

    (2012) Fluent Spanish Scholarship, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA. 

    (2010) National Society of High School Scholars Honoree, Champlain Valley Union High School, Hinesburg, VT.

    (2009) Journalism, Champlain Valley Union High School, Hinesburg, VT. 

    Publications

    Marcotte, S. (expected in 2019). The little match seller collaboratively re-written. In Ruppert, J. (Ed.), New Ways

    in Teaching Creative Writing (TBD). Alexandrea, Virginia: TESOL International Association.

    Marcotte, S. (2019, June 28). NNETESOL at the 2019 TESOL advocacy summit. NNETESOL Blog. Retrieved

    from http://www.nnetesol.org/2019/06/28/nnetesol-at-the-2019-tesol-advocacy-summit/

    Marcotte, S. (2019, May). 6 ways to continue the TESOL 2019 convention energy. TESOL Connections.

    Retrieved from http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolc/issues/2019-05-01/index.html 

    Marcotte, S (2019, May). TESOL 2019 Trends and top sessions: From the source. In TESOL Connections (Ed.),

    TESOL Connections. Retrieved from http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolc/issues/2019-05-01/5.html

    Marcotte, S. (2019, March 18). TESOL convention 2019 highlights from the NNE affiliate rep. NNETESOL Blog.

    Retrieved from http://www.nnetesol.org/2019/03/18/tesol-convention-2019-highlights-from-the-nnetesol-affiliate-representative/

    Marcotte, S. (2019, March 28). How to make the best use of convention materials. TESOL Blog. Retrieved from

    http://blog.tesol.org/how-to-make-the-best-use-of-convention-materials/ 

    Marcotte, S. (2018, December 13). Creating TESOL 2019 convention goals: The four whys. TESOL Blog.

    Retrieved from http://blog.tesol.org/creating-tesol-2019-convention-goals-the-four-whys/

    Marcotte, S. (2018, September 20). Student spotlight: Stephanie N Marcotte. UNE Vision Blog. Retrieved from

    http://vision.une.edu/student-spotlight-stephanie-marcotte-edd-educational-leardership-roles/ 

    Marcotte, S. (2018) Group presentation of a community-based business plan. In Vorholt, J. (Ed.), New Ways in

    Teaching Speaking (2nd ed.) (192-194). Alexandrea, Virginia: TESOL International Association.

    Marcotte, S. (2018, June). News from NNETESOL. MATSOL Currents. Retrieved from

    https://matsol.memberclicks.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=196:currents-archive&catid=47:currents&Itemid=226 

    Brown, S. (2017, August 25). Student spotlight: Stephanie N Brown. UNE Vision Blog. Retrieved from

    http://vision.une.edu/student-spotlight-stephanie-n-brown/ 

    Brown, S. (2017, June 10). Teaching & coffee: The dynamic duo. NNETESOL Blog. Retrieved from

    http://www.nnetesol.org/2017/06/10/teaching-coffee-the-dynamic-duo/

    Brown, S. (2016, December). Weaving it together. [Review]. MATSOL Currents. Retrieved from

    https://matsol.memberclicks.net/assets/documents/currentsv39n2fallwinter2016.pdf 

    Brown, S. (2016, October 17). The grading playlist. NNETESOL Blog. Retrieved from

    http://www.nnetesol.org/2016/10/17/the-grading-playlist/

    Brown, S. (2016, September 9). Teaching & staying active. NNETESOL Blog. Retrieved from

    http://www.nnetesol.org/2016/09/09/teaching-staying-active/

    Brown, S. (2016, August 8). Dear teachers bloom this summer. NNETESOL Blog. Retrieved from

    http://www.nnetesol.org/2016/08/08/dear-teachers-bloom-this-summer/

    Brown, S. (2016, June 27). Slag & texting lingo with Chinese international students. NNETESOL Blog. Retrieved

    from http://www.nnetesol.org/2016/06/27/slang-texting-lingo-with-chinese-international-students/

    Brown, S. (2016, June). Three after-school study and conversation groups: A bi-weekly conversation group at

    Holyoke Community College. MATSOL Currents, 39(1). Retrieved from https://matsol.memberclicks.net/assets/documents/currents_v39n1_sping-summer%202016.pdf 

    Brown, S. (2016, June 3-9). Reflecting on credit ESL college classes. Holyoke Sun. Retrieved from

    https://sun.turley.com/archive-2/ 

    Brown, S. (2016, May 16). Teaching fills your heart not your wallet. NNETESOL Blog. Retrieved from

    http://www.nnetesol.org/2016/05/16/teaching-fills-your-heart-not-your-wallet/

    Brown, S. (2016, March 14). A cellphone-free 10 minute teaching break. NNETESOL Blog. Retrieved from

    http://www.nnetesol.org/2016/03/14/a-cellphone-free-10-minute-teaching-break/

    Brown, S. (2016, February 28). Deconstructing quotes in the classroom. NNETESOL Blog. Retrieved from

    http://www.nnetesol.org/2016/02/28/deconstructing-quotes-in-the-classroom/

    Brown, S. (2016, February 13). Spicing up peer feedback. NNETESOL Blog. Retrieved from

    http://www.nnetesol.org/2016/02/13/spicing-up-peer-feedback/

    Brown, S. (2016, January 30). 3 easy ways to take full advantage of the TESOL website. NNETESOL Blog.

    Retrieved from http://www.nnetesol.org/2016/01/30/3-easy-ways-to-take-full-advantage-of-the-tesol-website/

    Brown, S. (2015, December 21). 6 ways to make the most of your winter break. [Teaching Tip]. The TESOL

    Resource Center. Retrieved from https://www.tesol.org/connect/tesol-resource-center/search-details/teaching-tips/2015/12/21/6-ideas-to-make-the-most-of-your-winter-break- 

    Brown, S. (2015, August 7). Preparing for a new student 2. [Lesson Plan]. The TESOL Resource Center.

    Retrieved from https://www.tesol.org/connect/tesol-resource-center/search-details/lesson-plans/2015/07/22/preparing-for-a-new-student 

    Brown, S. (2011, August 11). Is your child ready for kindergarten? The Charlotte News. Retrieved from

    http://charlottenews.advantage-preservation.com/viewer/?i=f&d=01011901-12312017&e=is%20your%20child%20ready%20for&m=between&ord=e1&fn=charlotte_news_usa_vermont_charlotte_20110811_english_9&df=1&dt=2 

    Brown, S. (2011, July 14). Why summer reading is important. The Williston Observer. Retrieved from

    http://www.willistonobserver.com/guest-column-54 

    Presentations

    Marcotte, S. (2019, November) Ethics and ESL teaching. Workshops at the NNETESOL Conference, Gorham,

    ME. 

    Marcotte, S. (2019, August) "Ethics in English Language Teaching, Learning, & Teacher Training". Plenary at

    the School for International Training Sandanona Conference, Brattleboro, VT. 

    Marcotte, S. (2019, August) Creating a targeted and individualized professional development map. Workshop

    at the MTA Summer Conference, Amherst, MA. 

    Marcotte, S. (2019, August) Using ZOOM to engage with union members and beyond. Workshop at the MTA

    Summer Conference, Amherst, MA. 

    Marcotte, S. (2019, May). Ethical philosophies and ESL teaching. Workshop at the MATSOL Conference,

    Framingham, MA. 

    Marcotte, S. (2019, April). The ethical philosophies of educators. Saint Michaels’ College Student Conference

    on Language Teaching, Colchester, VT. 

    Marcotte, S. (2019, March). Best of affiliates: Professional development exploration for new and seasoned

    TESOL professionals. Workshop at the TESOL International Convention, Atlanta, GA. 

    Marcotte, S. (2018, October). Integration of universal design and captioning in the ESL classroom. Workshop

    at the MATSOL Community College ESL Conference, Worcester, MA. 

    Marcotte, S. (2018, April). Creating a targeted and individualized professional development map. Saint

    Michaels’ College Student Conference on Language Teaching, Colchester, VT. 

    Brown, S. (2017, November). Professional development exploration for new and seasoned TESOL

    professionals. Workshop at the NNETESOL Conference, Burlington, VT. 

    Brown, S. (2017, April). TESOL talks panel. Saint Michaels’ College Student Conference on Language Teaching,

    Colchester, VT. 

    Brown, S. (2017, April). Linkedin workshop. Workshop at Hampshire College, Amherst, MA. 

    Brown, S., Kelley, E., & Leskes, V. (2017, March). The power of credit: Strategies for invigorating your ESL

    program. Presentation at the TESOL International Convention, Seattle, WA. 

    Brown, S. (2017, March). SIT alumni panel. Panel at SIT Graduate Institute, Brattleboro, VT. 

    Brown, S. (2016, November). Effective peer feedback experiences. Workshop at the NNETESOL Conference,

    Gorham, ME. 

    Brown, S. (2016, November). Techniques for teaching pronunciation online. Workshop at the NNETESOL

    Conference, Gorham, ME.

    Brown, S. (2016, May). Scaffolding successful peer feedback experiences. Workshop at the MATSOL

    Conference, Framingham, MA.

    Brown, S. (2016, April). Teaching mixed age, mixed-ability classrooms. Workshop at Holyoke Community

    College, Holyoke, MA. 

    Brown, S. (2015, May). Gender-neutral pronouns: An exploration of language as power. Workshop at the

    Sandanona Conference, Brattleboro, VT. 

    Brown, S. (2015, March). Body language awareness in ESL classrooms. Poster presentation at the TESOL

    International Convention, Toronto, CA. 

    Brown, S. (2014, November). Women’s health and nutrition access through explicit language instruction.

    Workshop at the NNETESOL Conference, Durham, NH. 

    Brown, S. (2014, May). The power & privilege of teaching. Workshop at the TESOL Canada Conference, Regina,

    SK, CA. 

    Brown, S. (2014, May). Teaching as learners & learning as teachers. Presentation at the Hampshire College

    CYL Division III Showcase, Amherst, MA. 

    Brown, S. (2014, May). Teaching as learners & learning as teachers. Presentation at the Hampshire College

    Cognitive Science Division III Showcase, Amherst, MA.

    Brown, S. (2013, November). Critically Examining the Role of Logic in Classroom Management. Workshop at

    the NNETESOL Conference, Brattleboro, VT. 

    Featured In

    TESOL International Association (2019, June 17). 2019 TESOL advocacy & policy summit. Retrieved from  

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=25&v=qlwEFw2wZD4

    NNETESOL. (2018, October 25). Congratulations to NNETESOL and our president, Stephanie Marcotte!

    NNETESOL Blog. Retrieved from http://www.nnetesol.org/2018/10/25/congratulations-to-nnetesol-and-our-president-stephanie-marcotte/

    Hampshire College. (2017, December 7). TESOL teacher training institute/ Hampshire College summer

    programs 2018. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/246322497 

    UMass (2017). EdUSA program brings 18 international students to UMass Amherst. UMass Continuing

    Professional Development. Retrieved from http://www.umass.edu/cpe/news/2017-education-usa

    SIT Graduate Institute. (2017, June 19). Master of arts in TESOL. Retrieved from

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4og_Ewxhxk 

    SIT Graduate Institute (2017, April 12). SIT master of arts in TESOL. Retrieved from

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=___ZIqhRN74 

    Hampshire College TV. (2013, December 6). [email protected] TESOL teacher training. Retrieved from

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CegDjqhh3pM 

    Conferences Attended

    (2019, November). NNETESOL Conference, Gorham, ME

    (2019, August). Sandanona Conference, Brattleboro, VT. 

    (2019, August). MTA Summer Conference, Amherst, MA. 

    (2019, April). Saint Michaels College Student Conference on Language Teaching, Colchester, VT. 

    (2019, March). TESOL International Convention, Atlanta, GA. 

    (2019, January). MTA Winter Skills Conference, Framingham, MA

    (2018, November). NNETESOL Conference, Durham, NH

    (2018, October). MATSOL Community College ESL Conference, Worcester, MA. 

    (2018, August). MTA Summer Conference, Amherst, MA. 

    (2018, April). Saint Michaels College Student Conference on Language Teaching, Colchester, VT.

    (2017, November). NNETESOL Conference, Burlington, VT

    (2017, March). TESOL International Convention, Seattle, WA. 

    (2017, April). Saint Michaels College Student Conference on Language Teaching, Colchester, VT.

    (2016, November). NNETESOL Conference, Gorham, ME

    (2016, August). MTA Summer Conference, Amherst, MA.

    (2014, November) NNETESOL Conference, Gorham, ME. 

    (2015, May) Sandanona Conference, Brattleboro, VT. 

    (2015, March). TESOL International Convention, Toronto, CA. 

    (2014, November). NNETESOL Conference, Durham, VT. 

    (2014, May). TESL Canada Conference, Regina, SK, CA. 

    (2014, May). Hampshire College CYL Division III Showcase, Amherst, MA. 

    (2014, May). Hampshire College Cognitive Science Division III Showcase, Amherst, MA. 

    (2013, November). NNETESOL Conference, Brattleboro, VT. 

    References

    • Pamela Kennedy, Former Chair of AESL, Holyoke Community College
    • Eileen Kelley, Coordinator of ESL Support Services, Holyoke Community College
    • Donna Brinton, Educational Consultant, Author & Editor                                                  
      • 310-927-8270
    • Pamela Shea, ESL Faulty, UMass Amherst                                                                            
      • 413-552-2050
    • Vivian Leskes, Former Chair of AESL, Holyoke Community College                 
    • Rabbi Stuart Jay Robinson Esq., Founder & President, The AKEDA Foundation.              
      • 802-881-9158
    • Steve Iams, TESOL Professor, SIT Graduate Institute                                                          
      • 802-258-3547
    • Melissa Burch, Associate Professor of Cognitive Science, Hampshire College                
      • 413-559-5465