Associate Professor & Recipient of the 2006 SMU Ford Fellowship
Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley
3101 University Blvd, Ste.345
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Associate Professor Paige Ware has with the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human
Development at Southern Methodist University since 2003. Prior to earning her
Ph.D. in Education, Language, Literacy, and Culture at the University of
California at Berkeley, she taught English as a Second Language (ESL) and
English as a Foreign Language (EFL) for five years. Fluent in Spanish and
German, she was a Fulbright scholar in Germany before moving to Spain, where she
taught in a bilingual Spanish-English elementary program. Her research focuses
both on the use of multimedia technologies for fostering language and literacy
growth among adolescents, as well as on the use of Internet-based communication
for promoting intercultural awareness through international and domestic online
language and culture partnerships. Her research has been funded by the
International Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF), by the
Ford scholars program at SMU, and by the National Academy of Education through a
Spencer post-doctoral fellowship. In addition to her research and teaching, she
is also the principal investigator of a Department of Education Office of
English Language Acquisition (OELA) professional development grant that supports
secondary school educators in obtaining their ESL supplemental certification.
Language learners and multimedia literacy in and after school. Pedagogies:
International Journal, 3(1), 37-51.
Ware, P.D., & ODowd, R.
(2008). Peer feedback on language form in telecollaboration. Language
Learning and Technology,
Ware, P.D., & Warschauer, M. (2008). Network-based language teaching. In
N. Van Deusen-Scholl and N.
H. Hornberger (Eds), Encyclopedia of Language and Education, 2nd Edition,
Volume 4: Second and Foreign Language Education
(281292). Springer Science+Business Media LLC.
Warschauer, M., &
(2008). Learning, change and power: Competing frames of technology and
literacy. In J. Coiro, M. Knobel, C. Lankshear, & D.J. Leu (Eds.) Handbook of
research on new literacies (pp. 215-240). Lawrence Erlbaum.
Ware, P.D. (2006). From
sharing time to showtime: Valuing diverse venues for storytelling in technology-rich
classrooms. Language Arts, 84 (1), 45-54.
Ware, P. D., & Kramsch, C.
(2005). Toward an intercultural stance: Teaching German and English through
telecollaboration. Modern Language Journal,89, (2), 190-205.
Ware, P. D. (2005).
Missed communication in online communication: Tensions in a German-American
telecollaboration. Language Learning and Technology, 9 (2), 64-89.
Ware, P.D. (2005).
Automated writing evaluation as a pedagogical tool for writing assessment.
In A. Pandian, G.
Chakravarthy, P. Kell, & S. Kaur (Eds.), Strategies and practices for
improving learning and literacy (pp. 174-184). Selangor, Malaysia:
Univerisi Putra Malaysia Press.
Kern, R., Ware, P. D., &
Warschauer, M. (2004). Crossing frontiers: New directions in online pedagogy and
research. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 24, 243-260.
Kramsch, C., &
Ware, P. D.
(2004). Intercultural competence online? What language teachers need to
know. In M. Bigelow & C. Walker (Eds.), Creating teacher community:
papers from the third international conference on language teacher education
(pp.27-50). Minneapolis, MN: CARLA.
Ware, P. D. (2004).
Confidence and competition online: ESL student perspectives on web-based discussions
in the classroom. Computers and Composition, 21 (4), 451-468.