Co-authors Christina Frei and Bridget Swanson publish "Implications of Advanced Placement World Languages and Cultures Tenets for University Foreign Language Programs"

AAUSC 2016 Volume - Issues in Language Program Direction: The Interconnected Language Curriculum: Critical Transitions and Interfaces in Articulated K-16 Contexts; Per Urlaub, Johanna Watzinger-Tharp, Editors.

With co authors Heather Willis Allan (University of Wisconsin-Madison), and Glenn S. Levine (University of California, Irvine). The chapter considers the implications and applications of several tenets of the Advanced Proficiency World Languages and Cultures curriculum for university foreign language programs, including the six themes around which the curriculum is organized and the backward design model advocated for instructional planning. The chapter addresses issues of outcomes, assessment, and curriculum design and offers suggestions for graduate student education that further reflect on and support this curricular approach.