Theresa Austin Delivered Plenary Address at the 52nd Annual Conference of the National Association for Bilingual Education
The College of Education's Theresa Austin, professor and coordinator of the language, literacy and culture doctoral program in the Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, was recently invited to deliver the National Association for Bilingual Education Research and Evaluation Institute's virtual keynote address.
Austin’s address was entitled “Recognizing banners and barriers for bilingual learners in computer-mediated instruction: A critical view.”
This conference is the premier professional organization for educators committed to multilingual research and teaching.
“It is an honor to be recognized and invited to address this audience of peers, mentors and future colleagues about the growing promises of technology and highlight the areas still requiring further research,” said Austin.