Nazarbayev University
Graduate School of Education

Graduate School of Education

Анна Коэн Миллер

Профиль

Анна Коэн Миллер
Положение:
Ассистент профессор
Рабочий телефон:
+7 (7172) 694957
Specializations:
Higher education
назад

Образование:

PhD в области междисциплинарного обучения и преподавания, 2014 г.

Техасский университет, Сан-Антонио, США

 «Феномен докторантского материнства в научных кругах: культурное строительство, презентация ситуативного и самообучения», научный руководитель: Элизабет Пате

MA в области двукультурных и двуязычных исследований, 2008 г.

Техасский университет, Сан-Антонио, США

 «Вы говорите на чужом языке?» «Взлеты и падения испанской языковой дошкольной программы», научный руководитель: Армандо Трухильо

BA с отличием в области антропологии и лингвистики, со знанием испанского языка, 2002 г.

Университет Массачусетса, Амхерст

 «От субтитров до дубляжа: язык и власть в переводе фильмов в Испании», научный руководитель: Дэвид Сэмюэлс

Преподаваемые дисциплины в ВШО:

  • EDUC 600:  Методы исследования I, MSc Лидерство в образовании, осенний семестр 2015 г., осенний семестр 2016 г.
  • EDUC 600 (пересмотренный курс):  Методы исследования II - Качественные исследования, MSc Лидерство в образовании, Высшее образование – Осенний семестр 2017 г.
  • EDUC 601: Методы исследования II, MSc Лидерство в образовании, Высшее образование – осенний семестр 2016 г.
  • EDUC 603: Учебный курс для выпускников, MSc Лидерство в образовании —осенний семестр 2015 г.
  • EDUC 607/EDSE: Основы обучения детей младшего возраста, MSc Лидерство в образовании, школьное образование-летний семестр 2015 г., весенний семестр 2016 г. и весенний семестр 2017 г.
  • EDHE 648: Перспективы педагогического образования, MSc Лидерство в образовании, Высшее образование –летний семестр 2017 г.
  • EDUC 640/690: Семинар по подготовке диссертационного исследования I, II, III, IV, MSc Лидерство в образовании, школьное образование – летний семестр 2015 г., осенний семестр 2016 г., весенний семестр 2016 г., летний семестр 2017 г., осенний семестр 2017 г., весенний семестр 2018 г.
  • EDHE 650: Инновационные методы исследования: ответы на сложные, современные вопросы высшего образования – летний семестр 2018 г.
  • EDUC 671: Стажировка / рабочий проект, MSc Лидерство в образовании, Школьное образование – весенний проект 2017 г.
  • EDUC 675: Обучение работе, MSc Лидерство в образовании, школьное образование –весенний семестр 2018 г.
  • EDUC 710:  Контекстные исследования в образовании, PhD в области педагогики, осенний семестр 2016 г.

Тематические области:

Высшее образование

Школьное образование

Дошкольное образование

Прочие перекрестные вопросы в образовании

Подтемы исследования:

инновационные методы исследования, методы качественных исследований, исследования в рамках гуманитарных наук, исследования в социальных сетях, междисциплинарность, разнообразие, справедливость, профессорско-преподавательский состав, баланс работы / семьи, воспитание в высшем образовании, материнство в академических кругах, гендерные аспекты в образовании, преподавание и обучение

Географические области:  Северная Америка (США), Евразия и Центральная Азия (Казахстан), Европа (Великобритания, Чешская Республика, Финляндия), Океания (Новая Зеландия)

Финансируемые проекты:

Гендерный аудит формальной учебной программы в Назарбаев университете: экспериментальный проект по гендерному аудиту в казахстанских организациях (со-исследователь), 2017 г. Проект финансируется Программой развития ООН, Казахстан. 2500 долл. США.

Семинар по совместному обучению, глубокому осмыслению и поддержке для матерей-выпускниц, (основной исследователь), 2017 г. Проект финансируется в рамках социального гранта общества Социология для женщин. Университет Индианы, Блумингтон, США. 500 долл. США

Изучение психологического благополучия и участия молодежи в жизни школы в Казахстане, (содействие), 2015-2017 гг. Проект финансируется Британским советом, Институциональные программы связи Ньютон-Аль-Фараби, Соединенное Королевство. 350 000 долл. США.

Интеграция международного взаимодействия в методы качественных исследований:

Портреты, матери и высшее образование (основной исследователь), 2015-2016 гг. Проект финансируется в рамках Социального гранта ВШО НУ. Назарбаев Университет, Астана, Казахстан. 12211 долл. США.

Публикации

* identifies collaborative work to support graduate students (*) when the publication was submitted

  • CohenMiller, A. S., Merrill, M., & Shamatov, D. (in press). Effective teaching strategies for higher education: A brief overview. Teacher professional development – basis of education system reform. Pedagogical Dialogue, with a focus on Kazakhstan and Central Asia. Pedagogical Dialogue. 3(21).
  • CohenMiller, A.S. & Boivin, N. (in press). Representations of nature in children’s picture books: An exploratory study in post-Soviet Kazakhstan. Advances in Early Childhood Education and Day Care. Special Issue on Nature.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (in press) Arts-based online focus groups: Exploring the transition from docmama to motherscholar. The Qualitative Report.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2018). Visual Arts Methods in Phenomenology. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research (FSQ), 19(1). http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/article/view/2912/4180
  • Boivin, N., & CohenMiller, A. S. (2018). Breaking the “Fourth Wall” in Qualitative Research: Participant-Led Digital Data Construction. The Qualitative Report, 23(3), 581-592. Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol23/iss3/6
  • Spires, K. & CohenMiller, A. S. (2018). Accessibility in Central Asia: Collaboration between Graduate School and Library. IFLA journal.
  • Gimranova, A.*, Nurmanova, M.* & CohenMiller, A. S. (2018). Texting groups and Near Peer Role Modeling (NPRM) to motivate language learning: A small-scale collaborative project in Kazakhstan. LEARNing Landscapes: Special Issue: Teaching with Technology:Pedagogical Possibilities and Practicalities;
  • CohenMiller, A. S., Faucher, C., Hernández-Torrano, D., & Brown Hajdukova, E. (2017). Practical Steps for Using Interdisciplinary Educational Research to Enhance Cultural Awareness. International Journal of Research & Method in Education. Special Issue: Adoption, Adaptation, and Integration: Renegotiating the Identity of Educational Research through Interdisciplinarity. 1080/1743727X.2017.1310834. I http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/1743727X.2017.1310834
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2016). Artful research approaches in #amwritingwithbaby: Qualitative analysis of academic mothers on Facebook. LEARNING Landscapes, 9(2) Special Issue with introduction by Patricia Leavy, Artful Inquiry: Transforming Understanding Through Creative Engagement, http://www.learninglandscapes.ca/index.php/learnland/article/view/770
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2013). Motherhood in academia: A grounded theory pilot study of online texts. Educational Research: Theory and Practice (formerly, The Researcher), 25 (1), 47-66. http://www.nrmera.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Researcherv25n1CohenMiller.pdf
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2012). Interdisciplinary projects emerging naturally: Reflection from a doctoral student’s first American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) Adult Learning, 23(4), 196-200. http://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ981524
  • Dentith, A., CohenMiller, A. S., Jackson, G., & Root, D. (2011). Developing globalized teacher education curriculum through interdisciplinarity. Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 13(1-2), 77-92. http://www.infoagepub.com/products/Curriculum-and-Teaching-Dialogue-Volume-13-1-and-2
  • CohenMiller, A. S.* (2008). Stealth Language Teaching: A preschool foreign language pilot program. Practicing Anthropology, 30(1), 50-53. http://sfaa.metapress.com/content/qh1j90u1466t77p3/

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Lewis, J. & CohenMiller, A. S. (invited). Chapter 7: Voices of Central Asian Women Leaders: Constraints and Strategies. Central Asian Women in Leadership (eds. D. Seitova & G. McLean). Palgrave Macmillan.

BOOKS

  • CohenMiller, A. S., Smith, H. & Iyengar, K. (invited proposal). Questions in Research Methodologies for Multicultural Contexts. Routledge.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2019, to be presented January). Autoethnography in practice: How a pedagogy developed to support the new practice in Kazakhstan. The 10th Annual Qualitative Report conference. St. Petersburg, Florida.
  • Lewis, J. & CohenMiller, A. S. (2018, to be presented June). Gender Audit of Formal Curriculum at Nazarbayev University: Pilot Project for Gender Audits in Kazakhstani Organizations. European Academy of Management conference in Rekyavik, Iceland.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. & Demers, D. (2018). Friendship as methodology: A multimodal cogenerative study of motherscholar wellbeing. The 9th Annual Qualitative Report conference. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
  • Lewis, J., CohenMiller, A. S., & McEvoy, G. (2017). Gendered barriers in the workplace. International Leadership Association. Brussels, Belgium.
  • Faucher, C., Hernández-Torrano, D., Tynybayeva, M., CohenMiller, A. S., Kurakbayev, K., (March, 2017). School psychology in context: Perception, challenges and students’ wellbeing in mainstream Kazakhstani schools. Paper presented at the Annual Comparative and International Education Society Meeting, “Problematizing (In)equality”, Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America.
  • Harvánková, K.* & CohenMiller, A. S. (2017). Motherhood at the beginning of a scientific career: A case study in the Czech Republic. European Conference on Educational Research (ECER). Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Spires, M.K. and CohenMiller, A. S. (2017) Developing and Implementing Teaching and Learning Support Systems for Visually Impaired Students in Kazakhstan. Paper presented at the seventeenth International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, & Nations.
  • CohenMiller, A. S., Tslenko, Y.,* Ogay, S.,* Sagitova, R.,* Shakhmanova, A.,* & Saburova, A.* (2017, June). Conceptualizing a family-friendly campus: A qualitative study in Kazakhstan. Central Eurasian Studies Society conference. Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. June. doi. 13140/RG.2.2.26056.42245. DIVERSITY,
  • Shamatov, D., Merrill, M., & CohenMiller, A. S. (2017, June). Effective teaching strategies in higher education institutions. Eurasian Higher Education Leadership Forum (EHELF). Astana, Kazakhstan, Central Asia. doi. 13140/RG.2.2.33066.82882
  • Montgomery, D. P., CohenMiller, A. S., Kozhabayeva, K. R.*, & Orynbassarova, D. M.* (2017, May). Developing research competence through a student-run peer-review journal at higher education institutions of Kazakhstan. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Conference on Academic Integrity, KAZGUU, Astana, Kazakhstan, Central Asia. Retrieved from http://nur.nu.edu.kz/handle/123456789/2430
  • CohenMiller, A. S. & Demers, D. (2017, May). The Ambivalence of Being Neither Fully at Work nor Fully at Home: Arts-Based Participatory Action Research with Motherscholars to Enhance Wellbeing. 13th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (ICQI). Champagne-Urbana, Illinois.
  • Faucher, C., Tynbayeva, M., Hernandez-Torrano, D.; CohenMiller, A. S., & Kurakbayev, K. (2017). School Psychologists in Context: Perception, Challenges and Interaction in Mainstream Kazakhstan’s Secondary Schools. Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Conference. Atlanta, Georgia, DOI: 13140/RG.2.2.16477.61923
  • Kerimkulova, S., CohenMiller, A. S., & Shamatov, D. (2017, March). Evaluation study of the Kazakhstan Leadership Professional Development Programs. Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2017). Caring as an emergent method in qualitative research: A means for moving between research studies and practical support. The Qualitative Report (TQR) Eighth Annual Conference. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2016). From the inside out: An ethnographic arts-based study of mother-scholars. European Conference on Educational Research (ECER). Dublin, Ireland.
  • Boivin, N. & CohenMiller, A. S. (2016). Utilizing mobile and smart technology: Breaking down the ‘fourth wall’ in research. European Conference on Educational Research (ECER). Dublin, Ireland.
  • Faucher, C., CohenMiller, A. S., Kurakbayev, K., & Hernandez-Torrano, D. (2016). Conceptualizing wellbeing: A grounded theory study of Kazakhstani school psychologists. European Conference on Educational Research (ECER). Dublin, Ireland.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. & Pate, E. (2016). Promoting new knowledge making across disciplines: A model for developing an interdisciplinary theoretical framework for teaching and learning. International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences.
  • Brown Hajdukova, E., CohenMiller, A. S., Faucher, C., Kurakbayev, K. (2016). Culturally sensitive research into students’ wellbeing: Lessons from the first phase of a research project in Kazakhstan. Comparative and International Education Society (CIES), Vancouver, Canada.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2016). The academic mother presents herself on Facebook: Using qualitative data analysis in an examination of #amwritingwithbaby. Southwest Popular / American Culture Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Miller, M. & CohenMiller, A. S. (2015). STEM-related online video repositories. Sloan-C International Symposium and MERLOT, Emerging Technologies for Online Learning, Dallas, Texas, USA. Paper under review.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2015). The art of experience: The potential of drawings to enhance phenomenological research. American Educational Research Association (AERA). Chicago, Illinois.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2014). Making doctoral student motherhood/mothering visible: Practical approaches for overcoming obstacles in academia. Museum of Motherhood Conference, New York.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2014). Phenomenology meets visual data collection: Presentation of self as mother and academic. Sociologists for Women in Society, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Invited presider for the session on “Gender and the Academy.”
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2014). Women, gender, and motherhood in academia: A grounded theory pilot study of online texts. Southwest Popular / American Culture Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.
  • Miller, M. V. & CohenMiller, A. S. (2013). Online video repositories: An emerging resource for digital instruction,” Innovative Media and Tools track. Paper presented at The Sloan Consortium: Individuals, Institutions and Organizations Committed to Quality Online Education, Las Vegas, Nevada. Full presentation.
  • CohenMiller, A. S., Bryson, F.*, Miller, M.*, & Pemberton, J. L.* (2013). Children, dissertations, and advance degrees: The experiences of mothers working on a doctorate. Roundtable. American Association of Adult and Continuing Education. Lexington, Kentucky.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2012). Content analysis of a cross-disciplinary discourse. International Conference of Cultural and Social Aspects of Research, San Antonio, Texas.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. Coryell, J. E., & Wright, R. M. (2011). Technology and the internet: A form of oppression or liberation? American Association of Adult and Continuing Education. Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
  • Dentith, A., CohenMiller, A. S., Jackson, G., & Root, D. (2010). Developing the globalized undergraduate teacher education curriculum through interdisciplinarity. Paper presented at the American Association for Teaching & Curriculum (AATC), St. Louis, Missouri.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2010). We ourselves are the best broadcasters of our culture and our land’ – An Adapting dialogue of lived experience within an ecotourism and English as a Foreign Language exchange program. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology, Mérida, Mexico.
  • CohenMiller, A. S. (2009). Applied anthropology at 1000 miles away: An Italian preschool classroom. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA), Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Cohen-Cole, A. (2007). Stealth Language Teaching: A preschool foreign language program. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology, Tampa, Florida, USA. Published in Practicing Anthropology.