Hi there! I’m Putri, a graduate student with a passion for language development and education. I’m currently pursuing my Master’s degree in Educational Linguistics at Penn Graduate School of Education, with a focus on second language development, language assessment, and technology.
One of my passions is second language development for refugees and improving access to ESL education for immigrants and refugees. I’ve worked with grassroots community-based programs such as RENEW, Moder Patsala and HIAS Pennsylvania to develop and deliver language instruction. Additionally, I worked at an ed-tech start-up in Indonesia called CoLearn, where I assisted in the development of online mobile apps educational materials for K12 learners.
I’ve had some amazing opportunities to work in the field already. Last summer, I started a position as a Digital Humanities Project Management Assistant at Penn Price Lab, where I managed multiple projects, conducted research on digital tools for language assessment, and collaborated with the team to develop project plans. I’ve also had experience working as an English Language Instructor at Penn English Language Program, where I helped international high school students improve their language skills by developing personalized lesson plans and providing individualized feedback.
In my free time, I enjoy spending time outdoors by hiking, kayaking. I’m also interested in photography and learn to cook culinaries from around the world. You can usually find me reading under a tree or in the library, or hoping off in local coffee shops.
Overall, I’m passionate about second language development, TESOL ESL instruction, project management, instructional design, language assessment, civic engagement, and technology in education. If you’re interested in learning more about me or my work, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for this resources that had helped me build the digital portfolio:
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