fulbright Taiwan online journal

fulbright Taiwan online journal

Author: Dominique Murdock 莫小英

Dominique Murdock 莫小英
Dominique Murdock hails from Detroit, MI, and is currently serving her second term as a Fulbright Taiwan grantee. She originally journeyed to Taiwan in 2016 as an English Teaching Assistant (ETA), and was later awarded a second and third grant from the Foundation of Scholarly Exchange: Fulbright Taiwan as a TEFL Trainer and Advisor. Her home institution is The University Of Southern California, where she received her MAT: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.  

Brown in Taiwan: Episode 1

Like most educators who come from inner-city upbringings, Ms. Murdock is deeply passionate about creating safe spaces for developing critical thinking and learner identity, as well as facilitating equitable pedagogy in the classroom. Throughout this video, you will get a glance at Dominique’s research focus, her reflections on adapting to Taiwan, and some candid insight on the ups and downs of living and working on the other side of her world. She describes Taiwan as “a surreal collision of adoration, imagination, realization, and the occasional frustration,” yet her growing passion for this country is more than evident in her words and story.    

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