Research interests:

second language teaching & learning; linguistic identity; bilingualism; teacher education

Scott, D., Kawalilak, C., Dressler, R., Paiva, W. (2019). Examining educational responses to diversity in Brazil. Comparative Education Review. 63(3), doi.org/10.1086/703982

Eaton, S. E., & Dressler, R. (2019). Multilingual essay mills: Implications for second language teaching and learning. Notos, 14(2), 4-14.

Dressler, R., & Dressler, A. (2019). The methodological affordances and challenges of using Facebook to research study abroad. Study Abroad Research in Second Language Acquisition and International Education, 4(1), 126-144, doi:10.1075/sar.17017.dre

Dressler, R., Chu, M-W., Crossman, K., & Hilman, B. (2019). Quantity and quality of uptake: Examining surface and meaning-level feedback provided by peers and an instructor in a graduate research course. Assessing Writing, 39(1), 14-24, doi:10.1016/j.asw.2018.11.001

Dressler, R., Becker, S. Kawalilak, C., Arthur, N. (2018). The cross-cultural reflective model for post-sojourn debriefing. Reflective Practice: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives, 19(4), 490-504. doi:10.1080/14623943.2018.1530207.

Tweedie, M.G., & Dressler, R. (2018). Visual aids as response facilitators in dialogue journals. Language and Literacy. 20(2), 125-143. doi:10.20360/langandlit29182

Dressler, R. (2018). Canadian Bilingual Program teachers’ understanding of immersion pedagogy. Canadian Modern Language Review, 74(1), 176-195, doi: 10.3138/cmlr.3407.

Eaton, S. E., Gereluk, D., Dressler, R., & Becker, S. (2017). A Canadian online rural education teacher preparation program: Course design, student support and engagement. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX, USA. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1880/51973

Dressler, R., & Dressler, A. (2016). Linguistic identity positioning in Facebook posts during second-language study abroad: One teen’s language use, experience, and awareness. Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Special Issue 19(2), 22-43. Retrieved from https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/CJAL

Dressler, R. (2016). Book review: Social networks in study abroad. Comparative and International Education Journal, 45(2), article 8. Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/cie-eci/vol45/iss2/8

Dressler, R., & Tweedie, G. (2016). Dialogue journals in short-term study abroad: ‘Today I wrote my mind’. TESOL Journal. Advance online publication, doi:10.1002/tesj.254

Brown, B., Dressler, R., Eaton, S.E., & Jacobsen, M. (2015). Practicing what we teach: Using action research to learn about teaching action research. Canadian Journal of Action Research, 16 (3) 60-77. Retrieved from http://journals.nipissingu.ca/index.php/cjar/article/view/228

Dressler, R. (2015, November). Spoken grammar. Cooperative ESL Ministries. Retrieved from http://eslcooperative.ca/spoken-grammar-dr-roswita-dressler/

Dressler, R. (July 2015) Child of an Immigrant, Mother of an Immigrant. Cooperative ESL Ministries. Retrieved from http://eslcooperative.ca/child-of-an-immigrant-mother-of-an-immigrant/

Brown, B., Eaton, S., Dressler, R. & Jacobsen, M. “Professional Collaboration as Responsive Pedagogy” (2015). In Preciado Babb, P., Takeuchi, M., & Lock, J. (Eds.). Proceedings of the IDEAS: Designing Responsive Pedagogy Conference, pp. 101-108. Calgary, Canada: Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary. Retrieved from: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/50864

Eaton, S. E., Dressler, R., Gereluk, D. & Becker, S. (2015). A review of the literature on rural and remote pre-service teacher preparation with a focus on blended and e-learning models. Calgary: University of Calgary. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1880/50497

Dressler, R. (2015). Signgeist: Promoting bilingualism through the linguistic landscape of school signage. International Journal of Multilingualism, 12(1), 128-145, doi:10.1080/14790718.2014.912282

Dressler, R. (February 2015) Language and Power. Cooperative ESL Ministries. Retrieved from http://eslcooperative.ca/whos-boss-language-power-esl-classroom-dr-roswita-dressler/

Dressler, R. (2014). Exploring linguistic identity in young multilingual learners. TESL Canada Journal 32(1), 42-52, doi:10.18806/tesl.v32i1.1198.

Dressler, R. (2011). “Lifelong Language Learning: A Panel Discussion.” Notos, 12(1), 25-27.

Dressler, R., & Di Lullo-Patten, D. (2011). “Lifelong Language Learning: Benefits for 21st Century Global Citizens:  In Celebration of UNESCO’s International Adult Learners’ Week: A Report to the Community.” S. Eaton (Ed.). Calgary: Language Research Centre, University of Calgary.

Eaton, S. E., Buhl, C., Mezhevich, I., Dressler, R., Novodvorski, B. D., & Carr, W. (2011). A review of the literature on the effects of second language (L2) on students with special needs. Edmonton: Commissioned by the Institute for Innovation in Second Language Education (IISLE), Edmonton Public School Board.

Dressler, R. (2011). German-English bilingual programs: Transitioning to a dual immersion model? Forum Deutsch, 19(1), 11-22. Retrieved from http://www.forumdeutsch.ca/f/nf30catg

Dressler, R. (2010). “There is no space for being German”: Portraits of willing and reluctant Heritage Language Learners of German. Heritage Language Journal, 7(2), 162-182. Retrieved from www.heritagelanguages.org

Dressler, Roswita. (2008) Motivation in second language learning. In Sylvie Roy and Chantalle Berlinguette (eds) Emerging Social and Language Issues in Canada. Canada: Blitzprint, 203-225.