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Author Archives: Naashia Mohamed
Name: Naashia Mohamed
Bio: Naashia Mohamed is a Senior Lecturer of TESOL at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her work in teacher education focuses on addressing the needs of language learners in schools and considers how school policies and practices can reduce the educational gaps faced by immigrant children and youth. Naashia has published in journals such as TESOL Quarterly, Current Issues in Language Planning, International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies, and ELT Journal. Her research addresses issues of identity, power, and equity in language education policy and practice.
Naashia Mohamed's Posts
- February 14, 2023: Helping Students to Recognise and Respond to Social Injustice: Suggested Strategies and Resources
- January 10, 2023: Tackling Native Speakerism: What Can You Do to Address Discriminatory Ideologies?
- December 13, 2022: Scaffolding Learning Through Primary Language Support: 6 Effective Strategies
- November 9, 2022: Intersections of Race, Language, and Education: 8 Interviews With Scholars to Put in Your Ears
- October 11, 2022: 4 Harmful Myths About Linguistically Minoritized Students
- September 13, 2022: Affecting Language Policy: Start With Your Language Orientation
- August 9, 2022: Meet the Teacher: 6 Questions for Rachel Lamb
- July 12, 2022: 10 Tips on Strengthening Home-School Partnerships Through Effective Family Engagement