Author Archives: Ana Solano-Campos

About Ana Solano-Campos

Ana is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education at Georgia State University. Ana holds degrees in Applied Linguistics, TEFL, and TESOL and taught EFL/ESL for many years. She is interested in using qualitative, interdisciplinary, and comparative research perspectives to improve the education of bilingual/multilingual immigrant and refugee children in top migrant destination countries.

Lilia Bartolomé

Lilia Bartolome

Dr. Lilia I. Bartolomé is Professor of Applied Linguistics in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. Her areas of expertise are language and literacy development, linguistic minority education, qualitative research methods, and language teacher professional development. Her research interests focus on teacher beliefs and attitudes, immigrant/minority student experiences in school, and critical pedagogy. | April Interviewer: Ana Solano-Campos

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Bedrettin Yazan

Bedrettin Yazan is a doctoral candidate and graduate teaching assistant in the Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership at the University of Maryland, College Park. He has been teaching undergraduate and graduate level teacher education courses for 4 years now. He is the current president of the WATESOL (Washington Area Teachers of English to the Speakers of Other Languages) NNEST Caucus and also serves as the editor of TESOL NNEST Interest Section Newsletter. His research is focused on second language teacher identity, practicum practices of preservice ESOL teachers, NNEST issues, English as an international language, and issues regarding accent and intelligibility in TESOL. He has recently coauthored a book entitled Teaching English as an International Language (2013) by TESOL Press. | February Interviewer: Ana Solano-Campos

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Icy Lee

Icy lee has taught in Hong Kong and Vancouver, Canada. She has worked in Douglas College and Simon Fraser University (Vancouver), Institute of Language in Education (currently Hong Kong Institute of Education), Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong Baptist University, and the University of Hong Kong. The undergraduate and postgraduate courses she has taught include ELT methodology, academic reading and writing, written and spoken discourse, language assessment, classroom communication, teaching and learning of reading and writing, and action research. Her publications have appeared in more than ten international journals, including Journal of Second Language Writing, Canadian Modern Language Review, Assessing Writing, System, Teacher Education Quarterly, ELT Journal, TESL Canada Journal, English Teaching Forum, Modern English Teacher, and The Teacher Trainer. She has served on the Editorial Advisory Panel of ELT Journal and is currently a member of the editorial boards of Journal of Second Language Writing, Assessing Writing and TESL Canada Journal. Email: icylee@cuhk.edu.hk | January Interviewer: Davi S. Reis

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Linh Phung

Linh Phung is English Language Program Coordinator at Chatham University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She holds a BA in English teaching and an MA in TESL. She has taught EFL and ESL in various institutions in Vietnam and the U.S. for over 10 years. She’s currently pursuing an EdD in TESOL. [lphung at chatham.edu] | November Interviewer: Davi S. Reis

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