About me:

Febriana Lestari is currently a PhD student in Applied Linguistics and Technology program and a graduate teaching assistant in the English Department, Iowa State University. Her research interests center around Second Language Acquisition, Second Language Learning, Project-based Language Learning, and CALL. She earned her B.Ed. in English Education from STKIP PGRI Jombang in 2012, and her M.Ed. in Applied Linguistics, specialized in English Education, from Yogyakarta State University in 2015.

In Addition to her academic qualifications, Febriana also earned some English Teaching certificates, i.e.,CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults, also known as Certificate of Teaching English to the Speakers of Other Languages), TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) course, and TKT (Teaching Modules 1 and 2) from Cambridge Assessment, and Basic Instructional Techniques and Applied Approach from the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education, Indonesia. She also earned an ESL course certificate from IEOP (Intensive English Orientation Program), Iowa State University, USA.

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