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Associate Professor of Child Development · Michigan State University
An expert in early childhood education and intervention; parent-child interaction and communication; early development of social skills
Program Director and Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders · Georgia Southern University
Maya Clark is an expert in language development and disorders in school-age children, literacy acquisition and development.
Social cognitive theory and clinical education Literacy acquisition and development Language development and disorders Cultural, linguistic and socio-economic factors in communication and cognition Service-Learning
Associate Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences · University of Connecticut
Associate Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences focused on language acquisition, ASL, deaf culture, and cognitive science.
Associate Professor · Michigan State University
Sacha Klein is an expert on child welfare, child maltreatment prevention, effects of early care and education on parenting.
Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University
Joseph Toscano, PhD, is an expert in human speech recognition and language comprehension through the study of brain and behavior.
Director of Programs and Partnerships, Center for Equity for English Learners (CEEL) & Affiliate Faculty · Loyola Marymount University
Department of Educational Leadership and Administration
Associate Professor of Computer Science · Wake Forest University
Pauca has combined his professional research and personal passion to improve the lives of people all over the world.
Associate Professor · Georgia Southern University
Alisa Leckie's research is focused in the areas of education of language minority students, and analyzing policies impacting education.
Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences & Disorders · Texas Christian University
Emily Lund works with children suffering from hearing loss to improve their literary skills.
Aural Rehabilitation Research in Communication Sciences and Disorders Early Intervention with Children with Hearing Loss Spoken and Written Word Learning in Children with Hearing Loss from Monolingual and Bilingual Homes Emergent Literacy Skills of Children with Hearing Loss