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Hoe Kyeung Kim

Associate Professor, Graduate School of Education

Coordinator, TESOL

Office: AB-243F
Phone: 607-777-4336
Fax: 607-777-3587
E-mail: hoekim@binghamton.edu

Educational Background

  • Ph.D. Foreign and Second Language Education, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA.
  • M.A. English Language Education, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea
  • B.A. Political Science, Ewha Womans University, Korea

Teaching Profession
Courses regularly taught

  • Second Language Acquisition
  • TESOL Methods
  • Second Language Assessment
  • TESOL Practicum

Current Research Interests

  • Teacher Education
  • Second Language Acquisition
  • Educational Technology
  • Sociocultural Theory

 Selected Publications

  • Jang, E., & Kim, H. K. (2016). Pedagogical potentials of cohesive devices for EFL writing. English Language Teaching. 24(2), 29-45.

  • Kim, H. K., & Yun, H. (2015). Promoting teacher-based assessment: Korean English Teachers‘ Perceptions of Assessment and Its Applications. Teacher Education Research, 54(2), 171-187.
  • Kim, H. K., & Yun, H. (2013). Examining the influence of L1 on learning Korean negation forms. Foreign 
    Languages Education, 20(4), 415-434.
  • Yoon, B., & Kim, H. K. (2012). (Eds.) Teachers' roles in second language learning: Classroom applications of sociocultural perspectives. Information Age Publishing Inc.
  • Yoon, B., & Kim, H. K. (2012). Introduction. In B. Yoon, & H. K. Kim (Eds.). Teachers' roles in second language learning: Classroom applications of sociocultural perspectives. (pp. xiii-xxix).Information Age Publishing Inc.
  • Kim, H. K., & Lee, S. (2012). Teacher's use of funds of knowledge to promote class participation and engagement in a EFL context. In B. Yoon, & H. K. Kim (Eds.). Teachers' roles in second language learning: Classroom applications of sociocultural perspectives. (pp.121-134). Information Age Publishing Inc. 
  • Kim, H. K. (2011). Promoting communities of practice among non-native speakers of English in online discussions. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 24(4), 353-370.
  • Cheong, D., Baek, Y., & Kim, H. K. (2011). Pre-service teachers' teaching practice in Second Life. In R. Hinrichs, & C. Wankel (Eds.), Transforming virtual world learning (Cutting-edge technologies in higher education, Volume 4) (pp. 67-84). Emerald Publishing, Bingley: U.K.
  • Baek, Y., & Kim, H. K. (2011). Designing and developing the virtual English adventure in Second Life. In H.Yang, & S. Yuen (Eds.), Handbook of research on practices and outcomes in virtual worlds and environment. (pp. 686-705) IGI Global.
  • Kim, H. K. (2010). Use of interactive games in teaching English as a foreign language. In Y. Baek (Ed.), Gaming for classroom-based learning: Digital role playing as a motivator of study (pp. 125-137). IGI Global.
  • Kim, H. K., & Bateman, B. (2010). Student participation patterns in online discussion: Incorporating constructivist discussion into online courses. International Journal of E-Learning, 9(1), 79-98.
  • Kim, H. K., & Rissel, D. (2008). Instructors' integration of computers: Examining the role of interaction. Foreign Language Annals, 41(1), 61-80.
  • Kim, H. K. (2008). Beyond motivation: ESL/EFL teachers' perceptions on the role of computers. CALICO Journal, 25(2), 241-259.
  • Kim, H. K. (2008). Nonnative teachers' experience of Microteaching. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 12(3), 165-170.




Last Updated: 9/22/16