Department of Literacy Education Associate Professor firstname.lastname@example.org 815-753-8379 Graham Hall 331
Interests: Work focuses on preparing teachers who work with English language learners /bilinguals-in-the-making at levels K-12. Teach Multicultural Education Methods and Materials, Bilingualism and Reading, TESOL Methods, Assessment of English Language Learners, and the Capstone Seminar which is a course that asks teachers to integrate and synthesize the concepts, principles, trends, and issues in literacy education for English language learners.
Linda E. Derscheid, Ph.D.
School of Family, Consumer, & Nutrition Sciences Family & Child Studies FCNS Graduate Faculty Chair & Associate Professor email@example.com 815-753-6341 Wirtz 118
Interests: Always considering the family context and parenting concerns, am interested in early adolescents’ body image and how this may lead to eating disorders in adolescence. Also interested in the impact of media and technology on early adolescents’ academic performance, social relationships/social development, and body image/self-esteem for identity development.
Interests: Dr. Elish-Piper teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in elementary reading, literacy assessment, adult literacy, and literacy research. Her research interests include the effects of literacy coaching on student reading achievement, family literacy, adult literacy, developing home-school connections related to literacy, and literacy teacher education.
Shi-Ruei Sherry Fang, Ph.D. Family and Child Studies Professor firstname.lastname@example.org 815-753-6332 WZ 156
General Administration STEM Outreach Coordinator email@example.com 815-753-120 LB 200