Ph.D. Northern Arizona University, 1998.
Sarah Rilling is an associate professor of English in the area of second language study. She teaches courses such as World Englishes, L2 Writing, Computers in L2 Acquisition, and Sociolinguistics. Her teaching, research, and language learning have taken place in the US, Japan, Germany, and Morocco.
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
- Dantas-Whitney, M. & Rilling, S. (Eds). (2010). Authenticity in the language classroom and beyond: Children and adolescent learners. Alexandria, VA: TESOL, Inc. pp. viii; 264
- Rilling, S. & Dantas-Whitney, M. (Eds). (2009). Authenticity in the language classroom and beyond: Adult Learners. Alexandria, VA: TESOL, Inc. pp. viii; 262.
- Hanson-Smith, E. & Rilling, S. (Eds.). (2006). Learning languages through computers. Alexandria, VA: TESOL, Inc. pp. iv. 332.
- Computers in Language Learning
- World Englishes
OFFICEDepartment of English
CONTACT INFOPhone: 330-672-1725
COURSES TEACHINGSpring 2013
- ENG 41009 - 001 Student Teaching
- ENG 41525 - 001 Inquiry Into Prof Practice
- ENG 51009 - 001 Student Teaching
- ENG 63001 - 002 Methodology Of Tesl
- ENG 63034 - 001 Literate Prac And Sociolin
- ENG 68492 - 001 Practicum Intn ' L Students
- ENG 69199 - 001 Thesis I
- ENG 73001 - 001 Methodology Of Tesl
- ENG 73034 - 001 Literate Prac And Sociolin
- ENG 69299 - 010 Thesis Ii
- ENG 31005 - 001 Child 2nd Lang Acquisition
- ENG 41001 - 001 Sociolinguistics In Schooling
- ENG 63041 - 001 Descriptive Grammar Of English