Marcus Artigliere

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Clinical Lecturer

martigli@hunter.cuny.edu
W1103
Monday 2-4pm; Thursday, 12-2pm
Background

Marcus Artigliere joined Hunter College as a Clinical Lecturer in 2015. Prior to this faculty position, he was a Teacher Team Leader, Instructional Coach and middle school ESL teacher supporting TESOL K-12 teachers and ESL students across New York City. Marcus’ work has earned multiple awards including the
New York City District 20 Teacher of the Year award in 2011 and Hunter’s Presidential Award for Excellence in 2013. Marcus is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in TESOL at Teachers College, Columbia University with a concentration in Second Language and Literacy.

Education

Doctoral Candidate in TESOL, Teachers College, Columbia University
Master of Arts in TESOL, Hunter College
Master of Arts in Art History, Brooklyn College

Teaching

Marcus’ work is focused on clinical practice. He leads the Supervised Teaching courses in TESOL and supervision training for Clinical Supervisors.

Research

Marcus’ research interests include teacher education, TESOL, and educational technology.

Publications
  • Artigliere, M. (2019). The Proficiency, Instructional and Affective Domains of Long-Term English Language Learners. Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language, 21(1). http://www.tesl-ej.org/wordpress/issues/volume23/ej89/ej89a3/
  • Artigliere, M. & Baecher, L. (2017). A joint inquiry into the challenges of co-teaching: MA TESOL program candidates and faculty. In T. Farrell and T. Stewart (Eds.), Voices from the TESOL Classroom. Alexandria, VA: TESOL Press.
  • Baecher, L., Artigliere, M., & Bruno, T. (2017). “Leveraging the Demands of edTPA to Foster Language Instruction for English Learners in Content Classrooms.” In Journal of Educational Research and Practice. Springer Publishing.
  • Artigliere, M. & Baecher, L. (2016). Complexity and hybridity in coaching for English Language Learners: A self-study of role relationships. International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education. 14, (2), 66 – 86.
  • Artigliere, M. (spring, 2016). Leveraging Technology in the Classroom: Using Comic Life Software to Support Literacy. Journal of Teacher Action Research. 2 (2), 92 – 98. Retrieved from http://www.practicalteacherresearch.com/uploads/5/6/2/4/56249715/artigliere91-97.pdf
  • Artigliere, M. (2014). Materials review: Comic Life. NYS TESOL Journal, 1(1).
  • Baecher, L., Artigliere, M., Patterson, D. & Spatzer A. (2012) Differentiated instruction as a “Variation on a Theme”. English Language learners in the middle school. Middle School Journal, 43 (3), 14-21.
Grants

Fulbright Hays Grant, Mexico and Colombia, 2012