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Michele A. de Goeas-Malone holds an M.A. in Linguistics from the CUNY Graduate Center. She teaches courses in Linguistics and Education, including Introduction to Language, Foundations of Bilingual Education, Language and Literacy in Education Courses: K-12, First Year Seminar in Education, and Education Technology. She has previously taught courses in Syntax, Language Acquisition, and Quantitative Methods in Speech Pathology. Michele de Goeas-Malone’s research focuses on ePortfolio pedagogy, digital pedagogy, culturally relevant pedagogy, culturally responsive pedagogy, teacher preparation, and teacher identity development. Her other research interests include the development and processing of complex syntax in elementary and high school second language learners and its relationship to reading comprehension in the first and second language, and sociolinguistic and cultural variation in the development of language and literacy.