Peer reviewed articles and chapters:
Andrei, E., & Waber, Z. (accepted). What do students like about their online TESOL courses? Ohio TESOL Journal, Winter/Spring 2019
Banks, T., Andrei, E., Dohy, J. (accepted). An inclusive educator licensure pathway to meet the educational needs of all students: Dual Residence Education Action Model (DREAM). Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue
Salerno, A., Andrei, E., & Kibler, A. (accepted). Teachers misunderstandings about hybrid language use: Insights into teacher education. TESOL Journal.
Shaw, D., & Andrei, E. (2019). Pre-service teachers metaphors of learning and teaching English as a second language. Multicultural Learning and Teaching. doi:10.1515/mlt-2018-0007
Andrei, E. (2019). Adolescent English learners use of digital technology in the classroom, The Educational Forum, 83:1, 102-120, doi: 10.1080/00131725.2018.1478474
Northrop, L., & Andrei, E. (2019). More than just word of the day: Vocabulary apps for English learners. The Reading Teacher, 72, 623-630. doi:10.1002/trtr.1773
Andrei, E., Kristall Day, K., & Jennifer Ottley, J. (2018). The state of educator preparation in Ohio: A call for inclusive models for teacher preparation. Deans Compact. Retrieved from https://www.ohiodeanscompact.org
Andrei, E., Ellerbe, M., & Kidd, B. (2018). An experienced teachers journey in teaching newcomer English learners. TESOL Journal. doi:10.1002/tesj.413
Andrei, E. & Salerno, A. (2018). Collaborative practice in online TESOL methods courses. In Voices from the TESOL classroom: Participant inquiries in online and hybrid classes. Alexandria, VA: TESOL.
Weins, P., Andrei, E., Anassour, B., & Smith, A. (2018). Expanding circle: The case of Nigerian EFL teachers English, training and career satisfaction. TESL-EJ: Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language, 22(2), 1-26.
Andrei, E. (2017). Teachers sharing new digital technology: Practices from the field. North Carolina Middle School Journal, 29(1). Retrieved from https://www.ncmlejournal.org/article/teachers-sharing-new-digital-technology-practices-from-the-field/
Andrei, E. (2017). Technology in teaching English language learners: The case of three middle school teachers. TESOL Journal, 8, 409431. doi:10.1002/tesj.280
Kibler, A., Heny, N., & Andrei, E. (2016). In-service teachers perspectives on adolescent ELL writing instruction. TESOL Journal, 7, 350-392. doi:10.1002/tesj.211
Andrei, E. (2015). US pre-service teachers perception of their non-native English speaking instructor. TESL Reporter, 48(2), 18-31.
Andrei, E., Ellerbe, E., & Cherner, T. (2015). "The text opened my eyes": A book club on teaching writing to ELLs. TESL-EJ: Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language, 19(3), 1-22.
Cherner, T., Ellerbe, M., & Andrei, E. (2015). A rubric for revitalizing teacher reflection. Teacher Education Journal of South Carolina, 15(1), 39-56.
Andrei, E. (2014). Digital technology in three middle school English as a second language language arts classrooms. TESL Reporter, 47(1&2), 35-50.
Andrei, E. (2014). Multiliteracy in three English as a second language (ESL) middle school classrooms. Tapestry Journal, 6(1), 19-34.
Banks, T. I. & Andrei E. (Funded). Dual Resident Education Action Model: Project DREAM. Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children ($225,000).