Johnnie Johnson Hafernik, Ed.D.
Adjunct Faculty - Professor Emeritus
Johnnie Johnson Hafernik is professor emeritus in the
Department of Rhetoric and Language, College of Arts and Sciences
at the University of San Francisco. Professor Hafernik has over 40
years of experience in international higher education as an
instructor, curriculum developer, administrator, and researcher.
She has taught English as a Second Language (ESL) and English for
Academic Purposes (EAP) courses at all levels; undergraduate
courses in linguistics, sociolinguistics, communication across
cultures, and composition; and graduate courses in TESL MA programs
in the U.S. and China. She received her BA in English from Texas
State University, her MA in linguistics from Michigan State
University, and her Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the
University of San Francisco.
She is a frequent presenter at professional conferences and
has numerous publications, including three co-authored books. Her
most recent book, co-authored with Fredel M. Wiant, is
Integrating Multilingual Students into College Classrooms:
Practical Advice for Faculty (Multilingual Press, 2012). Her
research interests include second language pedagogy,
sociolinguistics, EAP curriculum development and evaluation,
program administration, and social justice and ethical issues in
higher education, specifically issues regarding multilingual and
Ed.D., Curriculum and Instruction, University of San Francisco
M.A., Linguistics, Michigan State University
B.A., English, Texas State University
Second language pedagogy; sociolinguistics; EAP curriculum development and evaluation; program administration; social justice and ethical issues in higher education.
- Discourse, Pragmatics, and Language Teaching
Hafernik, J. J. & Wiant, F. M. (2012). Integrating
Multilingual Students into College Classrooms: Practical Advice for
Faculty. Multilingual Press.
Hafernik, J. J. & Messerschmitt, D. (2009). Dilemmas
in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages: 40 Cases.
Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
Hafernik, J. J., Messerschmitt, D. & Vandrick, S. (2002).
Ethical issues for ESL faculty: Social Justice in
Mahwah, N.J.: Erlbaum.