Professor Litchock-Morellato has been teaching English composition (to native and non-native speakers alike) in higher education since 2002. Part of her career in higher ed., also includes six-years of work as an administrator where retention was the cornerstone of all work endeavors and still continues to be. As such, she frames her teaching with reflective and collaborative pedagogical approaches to facilitate success.
Over her tenure, Prof. Litchock-Morellato has presented several times at local and regional conferences affiliated with Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and is also a long standing member; she has also published in her local organization several times (Massachusetts Association of Teachers of Speakers of Other Languages--MATSOL) on successful teaching techniques she has used as both an instructor and scholar practioner contributing towards the body of knowledge enhancing learning for at-risk populations. Moreover, she has also produced scholarly material for the Mid-Atlantic Popular Culture Association which reflects her special interest in the topic for which she has also created coursework and uses in her English classes.