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Andrea Lee

Andrea Lee

Assistant Professor

College of Education

  • Contact

  • leea@apsu.edu
  • 931-221-7098
  • Claxton Building Room CX 206
 

Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership

Master of Science in Education: Emphasis in English for Speakers of Other Languages

Master of Arts in History

Master of Public Administration

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Associate of Arts

Dr. Lee lived in South Korea (2006 to 2012 and 2016 to 2021) prior to teaching at APSU. She worked at three South Korean universities and two universities in the U.S. She has taught a wide range of courses in education, history, English, business, and public administration. Dr. Lee has also worked extensively with North Korean refugees and created educational programs in South Korea to support refugee integration.

Refugee Education

North and South Korean Education Systems

International and Comparative Education

English Language Education

Educational Technology

Lee, A. R. (2021). Breaking through digital barriers: Exploring EFL students' views of Zoom breakout room experiences. Korean Journal of English Language and Linguistics, 21, 510-524.

Bailey, D. R., & Lee, A. R. (2020). Confidence is everything: The mediating effects of self-efficacy on task value and social media participation. The Electronic Journal for English as a Second Language, 24(4), 1-20.

Lee, A. R., & Bailey, D. R. (2020). Examining South Korean university students interactions with international students. Asian Journal of University Education, 16(3), 43-58.

Bailey, D. R., & Lee, A. R. (2020). Learning from experience in the midst of COVID-19: Benefits, challenges, and strategies in online teaching. CALL-EJ, 21(2), 178-198.

Bailey, D. R., & Lee, A. R. (2020). An exploratory study of Grammarly in the language learning context: An analysis of test-based, textbook-based, and Facebook corpora. TESOL International. 15(2), 4-27. 

Lee, A. R. (2020). An autoethnographic exploration of genealogical roots: Croatian-American identity. Journal of American Studies, 52(1), 149-175.

Lee, A. R., Yoo, H. S., & Bailey, D. R. (2020). Creating short-term classes on unification in South Korean universities. Asian Journal of University Education, 4(1), 1-12.

Yoo, H. S., Kulkova, R. A., & Lee, A. R. (2019). Contrastive analysis of the Russian and Korean classifying nouns type and kind. Pan Pacific Journal of Applied Linguistics, 23(1), 143-159. 

Lee, A. R., & Lee, J. (2019). From a multicultural lens: Developing a university course in South Korea to examine the experiences of North Koreans. KEDI Journal of Educational Policy, 16(1), 46-62.

Lee, A. R., & Lee, H. A. (2019). EMI in South Korea: Exploring strategies to overcome challenges in the university classroom. KOTESOL Journal, 14(2), 31-60.

Lee, A. R. (2018). Exploring intercultural communication themes in English classes through the movie Outsourced. STEM Journal, 19(4), 45-70.

Lee, A. R. (2018). Korean EFL students perceptions of instructor interaction in a blended learning course. The Asian EFL Journal, 20(4), 89-93.

Lee, A. R. (2017). South Korean university students views of Mobile-Assisted Language Learning. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, Special Issue for INTE 2017, 984-996.

Lee, A. R. (2017). Cross-cultural competence: Examining EFL students views of U.S. holiday culture through film. STEM Journal, 18(3), 1-27.

Lee, A. R. (2017). An investigation into the educational experiences of North Korean refugees in China in light of their exposure to human rights violations. OMNES Journal, 8(1), 33-63.

Lee, A. R. (2017). Korean EFL students perceptions of the effectiveness of peer interaction in online discussion forums. The SNU Journal of Education Research, 26(2), 1-23.

Lee, A. R. (2017). The English language experiences of North Korean refugees in South Korean universities. English Language & Literature, 23(1), 101-127.

Bailey, D. R., Lee, A. R., Vorst, T. C., & Crosthwaite, P. (2016). An investigation of differences and changes in L2 writing anxiety between blended and conventional English language learning contexts. CALL EJ, 18(1), 22-39.

Lee, A. R., & English. D. M. (2016). Human rights violations in the North Korean education system: Voices of North Korean refugees in South Korea. The SNU Journal of Education Research, 25(2), 21-38. 

Lee, A. R., & Bailey, D. R. (2016). Korean EFL students perceptions of instructor video and written feedback in a blended learning course. STEM Journal, 17(4), 133-158. 

Lee, A. R. (2015). Transformative learning: Reflections and dreams of North Korean refugees in South Korea. International Journal of Global Education, 4(4), 10-20.

Book:

Lee, J. K., & Lee, A. R. (2009). Welcome to Insadong. Seoul Metropolitan Government: Seoul, South Korea.

Invited Publication:

Lee, A. R. (2018). The challenges of North Korean refugees in China. University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute.