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Spring 2014     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 18, Issue 1

   o4 PROFESSORS,    o5 ASSOC PROF,    16 ASST PROF,    o2 INSTR,    o8 OTHER,    o2 GRAD STUDENT

 Table of Contents
 Editorial:    Approaches to Language  /  3
	Kristi Hislope, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Spanish
	University of North Georgia, Dahlonega

Teacher Development of Early Literacy in Belize  / 5
	Rosaline T. Bradley, Education Consultant, Belize
	Qiuying Wang, Oklahoma State University
Opening a Path to Bilingualism  /  13
	Muriel Peguret, Glendon College, York University, Canada
Anxiety in the Foreign Language Classroom  /  19
	Bryant Smith, Nicholls State University, LA 
	Terri Schroth, Aurora University, IL
Active Learning Strategies: Student Perceptions   /  24
	Cathy D. Santanello, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, IL
	Alex C. Dow, Target Pharmacy, IL
	Scott J. Bergman, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, IL
Ways To Protect Students From Online Predators  /  35
	Timothy Baghurst, Oklahoma State University
	Rodney Alexander,  Defense Information Systems Agency 
	Tyler Tapps,  Oklahoma State University
Service-Learning in a Dietetics Program  /  41
	Melissa Gutschall, Appalachian State Unversity, NC
Exploring Migration through Lesson Plans   /  48
	Cristina Pennarola, Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy
Problem Based Learning in Summer STEM Academy   /  54 
	Christy Lowery-Carter, Southside Virginia Community College
	Jorge Gavillan, Southside Virginia Community College
Racial Mindfulness in the Social Work Curriculum  /  60
	Paul G. Wright, California State University, Monterey Bay
	Jennifer Weiher, California State University, Monterey Bay 
Disrupting Heteronormative Assumptions  /  65
	Julie D. Trachman, Hostos Community College – CUNY
ESL Training for Writing Center Tutors  /  71
	Vicki R. Kennell, Purdue University, IN
Improving Critical Thinking with Science Inquiry  /  77
	Jonte C. Taylor (JT), Pennsylvania State University; PA
	Niphon Chanlen, University of Iowa, IA
	William Therrien, University of Iowa, IA
	Brian Hand, University of Iowa, IA
Rethinking the Culture of Academic Life  /  85
	Richard F. Bowman, Winona State University
Web Authoring for ESP Pragmatic Awareness  /  93
	Anna Franca Plastina, Università della Calabria - Rende, Italia  
Using Exercise to Lower Depression in the Elderly  /  99
	Tyler Tapps, Oklahoma State University
	Timothy Baghurst, Oklahoma State University
	Weston Kensinger, Penn State University
	Paul Bruning, Summit Orthopedics
Essentials of a Public Library Marketing Plan  /  105
	Marwin Britto, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
L2 Chinese Learners’ Use of Numeral Classifiers   /  113
	Jie Zhang, The University of Oklahoma 
	5343-4v   five tables  
Increasing Student Retention in STEM  /  119
	Edward J. Lazaros, Ball State University
	Cameron Davidson, Ball State University
Inquiry Science:  Examining Teachers’ Beliefs  /  124
	Donna L. Kowalczyk, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
Beyond Status Updates and Tweets  /  130
	Leslie Albert, San Jose State University
	Nitin Aggarwal, San Jose State University
Graduate Instructors in the Writing Center  /  135
	Jeffrey Howard, Utah State University, UT

Editors’ Choice  / 139
Keyword Index  for Spring 2014   /  140-141
Author Index  for 2013 Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter  /  142-146
Title  Index  for 2013 Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter  /  147-150

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