Teaching Postdoc of Spanish
- School of Modern Languages
Adèle Douglin is a GLACT Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Modern Languages. She received her PhD in Foreign Language Education with a concentration in teaching Spanish as a second language from The University of Texas at Austin in May of 2017. Her research focus includes Second Language Acquisition, Spanish Linguistics, and students’ interactions while studying abroad and the effects of this language-learning context on language acquisition. These interests are reflected in her dissertation, What Really Happens During Study Abroad? An in-depth analysis of learners’ interactions during a shout-term sojourn in Spain, that took a microscopic look at students’ interactions and conversations with their host families as they studied abroad in Spain for five weeks. Her dissertation research also investigated how these students used technology – mobile phone applications and social media – to interact with locals while in the host country.
Before joining Georgia Tech, Dr. Douglin taught all lower division Spanish courses at The University of Texas at Austin and taught Medical Spanish for the School of Nursing at the University of Texas. She also taught lover diversion Spanish courses at St. Edwards University in Austin, Texas.
- Ph.D. in Foreign Language Education with concentration in teaching Spanish as a second language -- The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX -- May 2017
- Masters of Arts degree in Spanish Linguistics with concentration in Second Language Acquisition-- The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX -- Dec 2008
- Applied, Cognitive and Socio-Cultural Linguistics
- Studies Abroad
- SPAN-3064: Medical Spanish
- SPAN-3101: Conversation I
- SPAN-3102: Conversation II
- SPAN-3697: Span Health Professionls