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Laura Levi Altstaedter

Laura Levi Altstaedter

Assistant Professor
Hispanic Studies Education
252-328-4128 (phone)
252-328-6233 (fax)
levialtstaedterl@ecu.edu
Bate 3320 (office)
Dept. Foreign Languages & Literatures
East Carolina University Mailstop #556
Greenville, NC 27858-4353

 
BACKGROUND

PhD Curriculum and Instruction, Second Language Education, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
MA History, Latin American Studies, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
MA Curriculum and Instruction, Wake Forest University
Traductorado Público en Idioma Inglés, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

 
AREAS OF INTEREST

Dr. Levi Altstaedter's research focuses primarily on second language writing at the college level. She is particularly interested in peer feedback and how it impacts students' writing proficiency. She is also interested in researching the effects of technology-enhanced language instruction on students' perceptions and language proficiency.

 
PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Associate Editor and Reviewer, International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Member of the ACTFL/NCATE Board of Reviewers

 
HONORS

Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Commendation Award, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Graduate Research and Development Project Diversity Grant, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

 
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Levi Altstaedter, L. (2011). "La escritura como proceso en español como lengua extranjera: opiniones de los alumnos." Signos ELE, 5 (5).
  • Falasca, M., & Levi Altstaedter, L. (2011) "Using WebQuests to enhance intercultural competence in the foreign language classroom: A survey study." NECTFL Review, 67, 15-30.
  • Levi Altstaedter, L., & Jones, B. (2009) "Motivating students' foreign language and culture acquisition through Web-based inquiry." Foreign Language Annals, 42(4), 640-657.
  • Doolittle, P., & Levi Altstaedter, L. (2009) "The effect of working memory capacity on multimedia learning: Does attentional control result in improved performance?" Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching, 2(1), 7-29.

 

 

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