Dr. Melanie Wong

Assistant Professor of Teaching


Melanie is an educator who is passionate about K-12 education and teaching future teachers. Her research interests includes K-12 students, ELLs, and technology-enhanced classrooms.

Melanie has extensive experience teaching in a K-12 context including as an elementary teacher, technology teacher, Alberta Initiative for School Improvement (AISI) Learning Leader, English Language Learner (ELL) Learning Leader and most recently a system ELL Strategist for the Calgary public school district. She loves mentoring teachers and being a part of their journey into the profession. She is also passionate about connecting research with practice.


Dancing through the Pandemic: Experiences of Remote Learning in a K-12 Ballet School Current
An Ethnographic Case Study of Elementary English Language Learners in a Technology-Enhanced Classroom Completed
(Re)thinking Medical Interviews Current
The Academic Discourse Socialization of PhD Students in Canadian University Current

Selected Publications

Wong, M. M. (2019)
“S:ay what you want…:” Rap battles in a technology-enhanced classroom. Canadian Modern Language Review, 72 (2), 169-182.


Killiam Graduate Assistant Teaching Award (2014-2015)