Learning and Teaching Languages Research Lab - College of Education, Health and Human Development - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

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Learning & Teaching Languages Research

Intergenerational Transmission of Minority Languages

Associate Professor Una Cunningham's Research

School of Teacher Education

Researchers

PhD Candidates in the School of Teacher Education


Na Bin (Novia Bin)

PhD Project Title: Chinese heritage language learning and identity in New Zealand
Supervisors: Associate Professor Una Cunningham, Professor Jeanette King

Novia Bin

Linda Edwards

PhD project Title: Valid and ethical use of IELTS
Supervisors: Associate Professor Una Cunningham, Dr John Boereboom

Sara Farshad Nia

PhD Project: A study of digital labels on teachers’ attitudes, performance, and belief towards computer assisted language learning (CALL) in the New Zealand ESOL context.
Supervisors: Associate Professor Una Cunningham

Sara Farshad Nia

SM Akramul Kabir

PhD Project Title: Use of Podcasts for Vocabulary Development in Tertiary EFL Context of Bangladesh
Supervisors: Associate Professor Una Cunningham

SM Akramul Kabir

Jean Kim

PhD Project Title: Being Kowi (Korean-Kiwi): Intergenerational Transmission of the Korean Language in Christchurch
Supervisors: Associate Professor Una Cunningham, Professor Jeanette King

Jin Kim

Shaista Rashid

PhD Project Title: The impact of training in mobile assisted language learning on perceptions, beliefs and practices of tertiary students in Pakistan
Supervisors: Associate Professor Una Cunningham, Dr. Kevin Watson, Jocelyn Howard

Shaita Rashid

Thinh Van Le

PhD Project Title: Social networking sites in teaching and learning English in high schools in Vietnam
Supervisors: Assoc. Prof. Una Cunningham, Dr. Kevin Watson

Thinh Van Le
Note: This list was last updated November 2017.