Hanihani C. Traore Moundiba
firstname.lastname@example.org Ph.D. Program Teaching, Curriculum and Learning
Doctoral Candidate, Educational Studies, Teaching, Curriculum & Learning at the Department of at the Teaching Learning, Teacher Education Department (TLTE)
Graduate Teaching Assistant of Multicultural Education (TEAC 330) & Research Assistant at TLTE Department since August 2015.
Experienced Languages Teacher (9years for general English & ESP & a Certified French Teacher)
Diverse work experiences in private institutions & NGOs (ISM-Dakar, Perfectum Afrique, SNV-Burkina, CCFC Burkina)
Fulbright Scholar (2013-2015) Master's of Arts in Teaching Learning, Teacher Education (TLTE)
Master’s in Human Resources Management at the International Business School of Dakar-(ISM) Senegal
Master in African Organizations' Management at the International Business School of Dakar-(ISM) Senegal
Bachelor’s in foreign Languages Applied to Business & Tourism at (ILEA-University of Cheikh Anta Diop in Dakar-Senegal in 2000)
Translanguaging pedagogy in the multilingual language learning environment of West Africa
Publications & Conference Presentations
Co-publication: Catalano, T., Moundiba, H. C. T., & Pir, H. (2019). “I Felt Valued”: Multilingual Microteachings and the Development of Teacher Agency in a Teacher Education Classroom.
MIDTESOL conference 2019 in Omaha Nebraska, presented on “Translanguaging as a Part of Teacher Preparation: Examples From Student Teaching Experiences”
Co-presentation at the Teaching & Learning Mini-Symposium UNL: "Experiences of two international female GTAs of color teaching Multicultural Education in white-majority classrooms"
English teachers' workshop in Fall 2018 for a pilot study about Translanguaging in an English classroom in Burkina Faso
Attended the 14 Inter-American Symposium on Ethnography and Education conference in El Paso and co-presented with my Advisor about Translanguaging (September 2017)
TESOL Conference in New York (2008)