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- English language teaching pedagogy
- Disinformation discourses and media literacy
- Language teacher beliefs and identity development
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- Arcimavičienė L., Mastandrea, A., Snukiškienė, I., Marčiulionytė, L., Burbaitė, R. (2021). The ideological effect of pre COVID-19 metaphors on our perceptions of technology during the pandemic. In Lodz Papers in Pragmatics 17.1/2, pp. 65-88. De Gruyter. DOI: 10.1515/lpp-2021-0006.
- Mastandrea, A. & Palaimaité, G. (2021) Identity Development of Foreign Language Teachers in Lithuania. Verbum, Volume 12.
- Mastandrea, A. & Crookes, G. (2015) Language Teacher Beliefs in Context: An Activity Theoretical Approach. Korea TESOL Journal, Volume 11 (2).
- PhD Educational Psychology, University of Hawaii, 2012
- MA Applied Linguistics, University of Montana, 2005
- “Working with Disinformation Discourse in the English Language Classroom.” Online Workshop (March 2022), ARQUS European University Alliance 7 Months 7 Universities Lecture Series.
- “Disinformation as Discourse in the English Language Classroom.” Workshop, Linguistic, Educational, and Intercultural Research Conference (2021), Vilnius University, Lithuania.
- “Teaching English Through the Visual Arts.” Workshop, ELF Program Mid-year Conference (2020), Tallinn, Estonia.
- “Values Education and Inclusion of All Learners in the Language Classroom.” Plenary, Lithuanian Association of English Language Teachers Annual Conference (2019), Vilnius, Lithuania.
- “Practice Based Teacher Education: Evidence Based Practices and High Leverage Practices.” Montana Behavioral Initiative Summer Institute/P20 Summit (2017), Bozeman, MT.
- “Promoting Autonomous Learning Through Reflection.” Japan Association of Language Teachers 33rd Annual Conference (2007), Tokyo, Japan.
- “Developing and Implementing Critical Pedagogy Materials for the ESL Classroom.” International Society for Language Studies Conference (2007), Honolulu, HI.
- “ESL Service Learning and Critical Pedagogy.” Discussion Group Presentation, TESOL International Conference (2007), Seattle, WA.
- “The Effects of Social Contact on the Production of English Liquids in Japanese Learners of English.” Second Language Research Forum (2004), Penn State University.