Sarah Glenski

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Ph.D. Yale University (2021)


Sarah Glenski’s teaching and research interests center on project-based language learning, literacy- and content-based approaches to language teaching, and curriculum design. While at Yale, she has taught beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels of Spanish, as well as language for specific purposes courses.

She holds a Ph.D. in Spanish literature, with a specialty in modern Iberian literatures and cultures, as well as a certificate in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Yale.

From 2018-2021, Glenski was a graduate fellow for language education at Yale’s Center for Language Study, where she co-facilitated workshops on the theory and practice of teaching languages and organized professional development events for graduate students.

In 2023, “Peer-Led Professional Development for Graduate Student Language Teachers: An Example from a Center for Language Study,” a chapter co-authored with Chandler Abshire Calderon, appeared in Advancing Language Learning in the 21st Century.

Glenski holds certificates in second language acquisition and distance language teaching from Yale.