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Jessie Carduner

Associate Professor of Spanish; Undergraduate Coordinator

 Ph.D. in Spanish Applied Linguistics and Methodology, University  of Pittsburgh

Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

Refereed Articles and Book Chapters

Carduner, J. Padak, G. & Reyolds, J. Exploratory Honors Students: Academic and Career Decision Making. (Forthcoming, NACADA Journal, 31 (1) spring 2011).

Carduner, J. That's a pretty nice compliment!  TESOL Classroom Practice Series, Pragmatics Volume (Forthcoming, spring 2011).

Carduner, J. & Rilling, S. (2009). Data and donuts: Preparing graduate students in TESL to speak at conferences.  In T. Stewart, Ed. Insights on Teaching Speaking in TESOL (123-137).  Alexandria, VA: TESOL, Inc.

Carduner, J. (2007). Teaching proofreading skills as a means of reducing composition errors. Language Learning Journal 35 (2), 283-295. (about LLJ)

Carduner, J. (2005). Making advising happen. ADFL Bulletin 36, 40-45. (about the ADFL Bulletin)

Carduner, J. (2004). Advising foreign language majors and minors: Strategies and resources. In Di Donato, R, & Humbach, N.A., Eds.  Making Connections from the Classroom to the World Beyond. (pp. 1-17). 

Eau Claire , WI : Crown Prints. (about the CSCTFL Report)

Carduner, J. (2003). Productive dictionary skills training: What do learners find useful? Language Learning Journal 28, 70-76. (about LLJ)

Carduner, J. (2002). Using classroom assessment techniques to improve foreign language composition courses. Foreign Language Annals 35, 543-553. (About FLA)

Carduner, J., Chism, R.L. & Salomone, A (2001). Teamwork in teacher training: Key to collaboration at Kent. In L. Oukada & A. Garfinkel (Eds.) Teamwork in Foreign Languages (pp.1-15).

Valdosta , GA : Lee Bradley. (about the CSCTFL Report)

Annotated Bibliographies

Carduner, J.  & Miller, B. (2010) . Annotated bibliography of research related to academic advising. NACADA Journal 30 (1), 82-9.

Carduner, J. (2009) & Miller, B.  Annotated bibliography of research related to academic advising. NACADA Journal 29 (2), 91-97.

Carduner, J. (2009) & Miller, B. Annotated bibliographies: Historical dissertation and thesis abstracts. NACADA Journal 29 (1), 156-161.

Carduner, J. & Miller, B. (2008). Annotated bibliography of research related to academic advising. NACADA Journal 28 (2), 63-73.

Carduner, J. & Miller, B. (2008). Annotated bibliography of research related to academic advising. NACADA Journal 28 (1), 77-87.

Carduner, J. & Miller, B.  (2007). Annotated bibliography of research related to academic advising. NACADA Journal 27 (2), 65-73.

Carduner, J. & Miller, B.  (2007). Annotated bibliography of research related to academic advising. NACADA Journal 27 (1), 83-95.

Carduner, J. & Miller, B.  (2006). Annotated bibliography of research related to academic advising. NACADA Journal 26 (2), 77-87.

Carduner, J. & Miller, B.  (2006). Annotated bibliography of research related to academic advising. NACADA Journal 26 (1), 95-105.

Other Publications

Carduner, J. (2003). Enhancing the undergraduate experience through one-on-one faculty-student advising. Academic Leader 19 (2), 5 & 7.  Reprint of Strengthening your academic program through one-one-advising (at publisher's request; about AL)

Carduner, J. (2003). Strengthening your academic program through one-on-one advising. Recruitment and Retention in Higher Education 17 (2), 5 & 8.

Carduner, J. (1999). Beyond grammatical competence: Learning how to be polite in a second language. Proceedings of the Youngstown State University's Twenty-Third Annual Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages and Literatures.  Volume XIII: Perspectives in Foreign Language Teaching.

Research Areas
  • Interlanguage Pragmatics
  • Linguistics
  • Academic Advising and career development
  • Affect. Cognition and learning
OFFICE
Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies
OFFICE HOURS

Spring 2014 Office Hours

During peak advising periods it is best to schedule an appointment with me through Webscheduler.


  • Mon. - Thurs. 10:00 - 11:00
  • Mon. & Tues. 12:30 - 01:15
  • Other days and times by appointment

Students registered in my SPAN 38211 and SPAN 38240 courses can contact me via Blackboard IM for course-related questions most evenings and on the weekends.
CONTACT INFO
Phone: 330-672-1806
Fax: 330-672-4009
jcardune@kent.edu
COURSES TEACHING
Fall 2014
  • SPAN 48215 - 001 Advanced Spanish Comp And Conv
Spring 2015
  • SPAN 18201 - 003 Elementary Spanish I
  • SPAN 38211 - 001 Spanish Grammar And Comp