Dr. Mari Haneda

Dr. Mari Haneda
Phone: 8148672731
Office Address:
155 Chambers Bldg
University Park, PA 16802
Campus: University Park

Title

Associate Professor of Education (English Language Learning and World Languages Education) and Applied Linguistics

Department

Curriculum and Instruction

Programs

Curriculum and Instruction
World Languages
Curriculum and Instruction: Language, Culture and Society
English as a Second Language

Other Penn State Affiliations

Department of Applied Linguistics

Biography

Mari Haneda holds a Ph.D. in second language education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. After working as a SSHRC postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence (CREDE), she spent seven years as a faculty member in the Foreign/Second Language Program at Ohio State University and is currently an associate professor of World Languages Education and Applied Linguistics at Penn State University.

As an applied linguist and qualitative researcher, Mari’s research is centered on the educational experiences of immigrant students, particularly in multicultural and multilingual school settings. Her research has focused on ways in which linguistically and culturally diverse English-learner (EL) students experience language socialization at the intersection of the enacted curriculum and the macro-sociopolitical milieu of which they are a part. Adopting socio-critical perspectives on educational practices, she conducts research on dialogic learning and teaching in various instructional settings, second-language and literacy development, and the professional development of those who teach ELs, both mainstream and ESL teachers. She is also interested in methodological issues concerning multi-layered, contextually sensitive discourse analysis that allows for close attention to micro-, mezzo-, and macro-level interactional practices. 

Areas of Expertise

Age Levels

Adolescence
Adult
Childhood

Curriculum Areas

ESL
Language/Literacy Ed

Education Levels

Middle School/Junior High
Primary/Elementary
Professional Education

Education Types

Bicultural/Multicultural Ed
Immigrant Ed
Minority Ed

Individual Difference

Identity
Learning Processes

Learning

Equity and Diversity

Methodological Research

Discourse Analysis
Interpretive Research
Qualitative Research

Teacher Preparation

In-service Teachers
Pre-service Teachers

Representative Publications

Publication:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mari_Haneda