Moving beyond corrective feedback: (Re)engaging with student writing in L2 through audio response.

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Ahern Dodson

Jennifer Ahern Dodson

Associate Professor of the Practice of Thompson Writing Program

Jennifer Ahern-Dodson studies academic writers and the contexts in which they work. She has been involved in a number of multidisciplinary initiatives focused on community-engaged scholarship at Duke, leads faculty learning communities that explore pedagogical innovations in writing and undergraduate research, and in 2012 founded the Faculty Write Program-a faculty writing initiative designed to support and empower faculty writers across their roles, responsibilities, and career phases. For the past fifteen years she has facilitated scholarly writing retreats, teaching workshops, community-engaged scholar conversations, and small group coaching at Duke and other universities, for graduate students and faculty. Her research includes studying the writers with whom she works and the role a writing community plays in advancing writing knowledge and practices, momentum, and a sense of meaning and satisfaction.


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Deborah Reisinger

Professor of the Practice of Romance Studies

Deb Reisinger, Ph.D., is Professor of the Practice in Romance Studies and affiliate faculty in the Duke Global Health Institute. She is Director of Duke's Language Outreach Initiatives, overseeing the Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) program and the Shared Course Initiative for Less Commonly Taught Languages with UVA and Vanderbilt. She is currently serving as Interim Dean of Academic Affairs for Trinity College.

Deb is lead author of Affaires globales: S'engager dans le monde professionnel en français - niveau avancé (Georgetown Press, 2021), co-author with Joan Clifford of Community-based Language Learning: A Framework for Educators (Georgetown Press, 2019), and author of Crime and Media in Contemporary France (Purdue Press, 2007). She has published numerous articles on language pedagogy, community-based learning, and French for Specific Purposes. 

Deb teaches courses in service-learning, global displacement, and French for Specific Purposes, including global health, public policy, and marketing. Her current research focuses on transformative learning and community-based pedagogies.

She chaired the College Board's World Languages Academic Advisory Committee from 2016-2023 and served as co-chair of the AP French Language and Culture Exam development committee from 2018-2021. From 2013-2018, she served as Chair of the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) Commission on French for Specific Purposes. 

Deb regularly directs Duke summer study abroad programs, including Duke in ProvenceDuke in Provence-virtualDuke in Aix-en-Provence, Duke in Montréal, and Duke in Paris.  

In 2022, she was named Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques by the French Republic.


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