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Joshua Martin Paiz Faculty Member

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Dr. Joshua M. Paiz is a teaching assistant professor in the English for Academic Purposes Program at GW. He holds a doctorate in Teaching English as a Second Language, as well as certificates in the teaching of writing, program leadership, teaching practice, and educational technology. His research interests include LGBTQ+ issues in applied linguistics, online writing tools to support L2 writers, and identity and professionalization in TESOL. Prior to GW, he taught in ESL and writing programs at New York University – Shanghai, Wuhan University, Purdue University, and the University of Toledo. Dr. Paiz recently finished his first book, Queering the English Language Classroom – Practical Guide for Teachers, which will be available in Fall 2020 through Equinox Publishing UK. He also serves as an associate editor of the Asian EFL Journal and as a member of the editorial advisory board for TESOL Journal. He is currently working on his second book, a collection of essays on intersectional issues in language education and sexuality.
I am currently a teaching assistant professor in the English of Academic Purposes Program at George Washington University. My research interests include Program Administration, Identity, Sociocognitive Approaches to SLA, Queer Issues in Applied Linguistics, and L2 writing.

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