Andrew W.H. Hafner
Andrew W. Habana Hafner, Ed.D, visiting assistant professor of education and urban studies, has twenty years of experience in the education field in international and U.S. contexts as a classroom teacher, teacher educator, evaluator and researcher. He has an M.Ed in International Education and an Ed.D in Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, with a program concentration in Language, Literacy and Culture, both from UMass Amherst. He has extensive teacher development experience stemming from seven years in the Philippine education system and four years with a federally-funded school-university partnership supporting urban public school teachers in graduate studies on second language learning. His evaluation experience includes education projects on gender equity in sub-Saharan Africa, and with federally-funded programs focused on science and math teacher professional development and pipeline projects for underrepresented students in the sciences. His research interests include multicultural education, critical pedagogy, second language learning, critical discourse analysis, program evaluation, and postmodern theories of space, language, and identity.
CS-0240: Seminar in New Literacy Studies: Exploring Youth Multiliteracies for a New Age (Spring 2013)
CS-0249: Seminar in English Language Learners: Acquiring Education and the American Dream (Fall 2012)
CSI-0253: Identity Development of Urban Youth (Spring 2012)
CSI-0203: Seminar in Urban Education (Fall 2011)