Yiting Han

PhD candidate, University of Arizona

Email: [email protected]arizona.edu

  • Ludic keywords: digital games, role play, game ecology
  • Language keywords: identity, motivation, digital literacy, multilingualism, translanguaging
  • Pedagogy keywords: learner-centered, learner autonomy, gameful teaching and learning

๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿซ Profile

Yiting is a PhD candidate at the University of Arizona, with a focus on Second Language Acquisition and Teaching. Her primary research interests are technology-enhanced language learning and teaching, language learning beyond the classroom, and gameful learning. As a language educator, she has taught Chinese, English, and Spanish. She enjoys exploring and designing gameful activities in the classroom.

๐Ÿงช Research connections

๐Ÿ“ฐ Publications

Han, Y. (2019). Exploring multimedia, mobile learning, and place-based learning in linguacultural education. Language Learning and Technology, 23(3), 29โ€“38.

Han, Y. (2019). Chinese L2 users as active social agents: Sentence final particles variation and identities. Applied Pragmatics, 1(1), 46โ€“67.