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Associated faculty members to the Language and Literacies Education graduate program

 

Xi (Becky) Chen-Bumgardner, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Dept of Human Development and Applied Psychology
Bilingual/ESL and Chinese children's literacy development; cross-cultural and cross-linguistic studies of literacy

Ruth Childs, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Dept of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning and Dept of Human Development and Applied Psychology
Educational assessment, psychometric methodology, computerized testing, testing policies

Esther Geva, Ph.D., Professor
Dept of Human Development and Applied Psychology
Cognitive and linguistic processes in normally achieving and in learning disabled children, reading processes in first and second language, learning disabilities in second-language contexts, research design and evaluation

Monica Heller, Ph.D., Professor
Department of Sociology in Education cross-appointed to the Centre for Franco-Ontarian Studies
Franco-Ontarian studies, ethnography of communication, sociology of language, bi/multi-lingualism and bi/multi-culturalism

Normand Labrie, Ph.D., Professor
(full-time faculty in Second Language Education), and member of CREFO/CFOS
Sociolinguistics, language politics, discourse anaylsis, bilingualism and multilingualism, minority-language issues, Francophone studies, Canadian studies, globalization   

Katherine Rehner, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Department of Language Studies, University of Toronto at Mississauga
Second language acquisition and research, sociolinguistics, second language teaching and learning, Franco-Ontarian studies, and minority first language maintenance   

Jeffrey Steele, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Department of French/Études françaises, University of Toronto
Second language acquisition and linguistic theory, non-native phonetics and phonology, computer-assisted pronunciation teaching

Marie-Paule Lory, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto Mississauga
Department of French/Études françaises, University of Toronto
Correspondante locale de l’association EDILIC (Association internationale pour l’Éveil à la diversité linguistique et culturelle - www.edilic.org)


 

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