International Opportunity Grant
Molina, S. C. (2016). English language teaching in China: Teacher agency in response to curricular innovations. In Ng, P. & Boucher-Yip (Eds.) English language teaching: Teacher agency and policy response. New York: Routledge.
Faculty Research Grant
Molina, S. (2012). Teaching English in Transnational Contexts: Which English should we use?
SOLES Global Grant
Inoue, N. & Molina, S. (2011). Lost in translation: Strategies Japanese language learners use in communicating culturally specific expressions in English. CATESOL Journal, 22 (1).
Molina, S. & Lattimer, H. (2012). Defining global education. Policy Futures in Education. Volume 11(4).
Molina, S. (2013). Romanticizing culture: Teacher’s perceptions of the role of culture in the education of culturally and linguistically diverse students. CATESOL Journal, 24 (1).
Molina, S. (2014). Teaching English in local and global contexts: A guidebook for beginning teachers in TESOL” Island TEFL & Eastern Printing PCL.
Molina, S. C. (2015). Transnational English language teaching: Opportunities for teacher learning and development. English Language Teacher Education and Development Journal.
“Forging global education connections between teacher education and K-12 education.” Longview Foundation. $22,000. Awarded 2009. (supported the work of primary investigator, Dr. Heather Lattimer, in connecting with schools in the San Diego area with a globally focused curriculum, overseeing videotaping of lessons, and editing videos for website)
“Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program. Proposal.” submitted to IREX August, 2012. (supported the work of Dean Paula Cordeiro and colleagues across SOLES in developing the workshops for fellows related to supplementary English classes during their stay here. If awarded, I will be responsible for providing technology orientation, setting up facebook page and overseeing the delivery of English instruction by a team of TESOL graduates or second year students.)