Last updated Spring 2023
Comprehensible Grammar and Other Oxymorons Language Teachers Can Embrace (webinar), January 2023. Voces Digital Professional Development Series
Opening the Silos: How to Coordinate Planning and PD across Languages (webinar), July 2022. Extempore Extravaganza Virtual Conference
Managing Change in World Language Programs, February 2022. Panhandle Language Teacher Association Conference
Intercultural Lessons for Inclusive Language Teaching (virtual workshop), September 2021. Appleby International School, Toronto, Canada
Comprehensible Input and Intercultural Competence (webinar), July 2020. With MAFLT alumnus Bill Langley. Invited and organized by the ACTFL SIG (Special Interest Group) for Comprehension-Based Communicative Language Teaching
Discovering Grammar: Language Awareness and Analysis (pre-conference workshop). CALICO (Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium) Conference, Montreal, Canada, May 2019. Site link: http://bit.ly/discovergrammar-calico19
Teaching Heritage Language Learners: Needs and Networks (3-day teacher workshop). CULTR Language Resource Center, Atlanta, Georgia, June, 2016. Site link: https://sites.google.com/view/lanier-teachinghlls/home
Foreign Language Intensive Teacher Education (FLITE) Course (online and face-to-face teacher training). Federal Service Language Academy, University of North Georgia, June 2013 and June 2014.
As Workshop Presenter:
Lanier, A. (September, 2022). Teaching across modalities in a digital world: Connecting effectively in face-to-face, hybrid, blended, or online learning. MSU Graduate School TA Learning Community.
Lanier, A. (November, 2021). Apprenticing into the academy: How TAs actually learn to teach in university communities of practice. MSU Graduate School TA Learning Community.
Lanier, A. (February, 2021). Creating community in online learning contexts. MSU College of Arts and Letters.
Lanier, A. (October, 2019). Interaction in Online Communities of Practice. Presented to the Future of Online Graduate Programs Faculty Learning Community. Materials available at: https://distancelearninglanguage.wordpress.com/distance-learning/.
Lanier, A. with MAFLT Student Panel. (February, 2019). Tales from the Language Teaching “Trenches”: Conversations with Educators around the U.S. MSU CeLTA Professional Development series. Video available on MAFLT Showcase page: http://maflt.cal.msu.edu/showcase/
Uştuk, Ö. & Lanier, A. (February, 2019). Beyond Plays and Role Plays: Drama Techniques for Enhancing Interpersonal and Intercultural Communication. MSU CeLTA Professional Development Series.
Kronenberg, F. & Lanier, A. (February, 2019). Language Shock and Language Socialization: Developing Skills Here that Support Learning There. MSU Education Abroad Workshop Series.
Lanier, A. (November, 2015). Reflective teaching for language instructors. MSU CeLTA Professional Development series.
Lanier, A. (November, 2014). From culture to intercultural competence in foreign language teaching. MSU CeLTA Professional Development series.
Lanier, A. (September, 2014). Teacher feedback hacks: Responding to student work with personalized text, audio, and video feedback. CeLTA Teaching with Technology Lunch & Learn series.
Lanier, A. & Baker, A. (March, 2014). CeLTA Professional Development series Michigan State University. Desire2Learn (LMS) for language practice and assessment and Desire2Learn (LMS) for groupwork and collaboration.
Lanier, A. (September, 2010; November, 2010; November, 2012). Qualitative Data Analysis in Atlas.ti: Why and How? PhD student version and M.A. student version. Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University.
Lanier, A. (March, 2009). Navigating seas of data with Atlas.ti. AL 8972 Identity Seminar, PhD level. Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University.
As Guest Speaker or Panelist:
Guest speaker in LLT 861 Advanced Topics in Second Language Acquisition. (October, 2013; October, 2014; November, 2015; November, 2017).
Invited panelist, Graduate Student Forum. (March, 2013). American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) in Dallas, TX.
Guest speaker for GSU Linguistics Society. (March, 2012). Qualitative analysis and the qualitative dissertation in applied linguistics: Investment in young learners of Arabic as a case in point. Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University.
Guest speaker in AL 8955 Academic Socialization. (September, 2011). PhD Milestones: QP, Comp Exams, and Beyond. Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University.
Guest speaker, panel on TEFL Experience, in AL 3051 Methods of Teaching English as a Foreign Language. (Spring 2007, Fall 2009, Summer 2010). Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University.
Guest speaker for GSU Linguistics Society (undergraduate association). (March, 2010). The language teacher as language learner: Immersing yourself in the local language while teaching abroad. Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University.
Guest presenter in AL 8330 Intercultural Communication with Nur Yigitoglu. (March, 2010). Approaches to intercultural exploration in GTA courses: Two cases of developing student ethnographers. Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University.
Guest lecturer in AL 4151 Culture and Language Learning. (February 2010 and May 2010). How I survived four years in the Czech Republic and even laughed (title references Slavenka Drakulic’s 1993 memoir). Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University.
Guest lecturer in AL 2102 Languages of the World. (January 2010 and June 2010). Chcete mluvit česky: So you want to speak Czech (or at least understand how it works). Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University.