100 Pic Christian Alin Dr. Christian ALIN, Emeritus Professor at the University of Lyon1, France, graduated  of Physical Training Teacher High School. He got the “agrégation” of Sport and Physical Education (the highest selective exam to be recruited as a teacher) and chose teacher education and higher education. After passing a PhD in Educational Sciences, he specialized inside of an anthropological and semiotic approach about teacher and or trainer analysis of practices. The link between Research and Training is on top of his scientific concern and, today, specifically about inclusive education.

 Website: « La Geste Formation » http://christian-alin.fr/
100 Pic Mimi Bloch Dr. Marianne (Mimi) Bloch is Professor Emerita of the Departments of Curriculum and Instruction and  Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She did her Ph.D. at Stanford University and she was post-doctoral fellow at the Laboratory for Comparative Human Development, Harvard University. She is an internationnally reknown expert  in early and elementary education, gender issues and development, research and evaluation, local and international; theory, research, policy, curriculum and evaluation. As a Professor in Early Education and Elementary Education, she taught graduate and undergraduate courses including Theory and Research in ECE, Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education, Foundations of Early Childhood Education, also Culture, Curriculum, and Instruction: Global and Local Differences; Directed SHAPE tutoring service learning program; Planned and directed 'Global Studies of Teaching and Curriculum' graduate program (part of International Studies of Curriculum and Pedagogy Doctoral Program); affiliated faculty in African Studies, European Studies, CREECA, South Asian Studies Program, Latin America and Central and Iberian Studies program. Faculty from 1980 until retirement 2011. Jt. Appointments with Department of Gender and Women's Studies, and Department of Child and Family Studies, with primary affiliation in Curriculum and Instruction. Her LinkedIn profile is here. Dr. Bloch was the 2012 Recipient of Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education (RECE) "Bloch Distinguished Career Award"and received the CPECE 2014 Distinguished Career Contribution Award from the American Educational Research Association SIG Critical Perspectives in Early Childhood Education.
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Dr. Yuangshan (Mike) Chuang, President International, earned his doctoral degree in computation linguistics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champain, taught the doctoral program's courses of the English Department at National Kaohsiung Normal University (NKNU) in Taiwan and has an extensive background in university administration and international management. He was Dean at Kun Shan University (KSU), advisor to Presidents at Taiwan Lions University, Open University of Kaohsiung, I-Shou University, and Tajen University, and he is Senior Advisor of the Lions Club International Foundation. These experiences are supplemented by broad skills in fundraising, accreditation, research, instruction and testing. Mike aims at providing affordable means for the development of advanced knowledge and skills for students around the world with the view of assisting them in becoming optimistic, altruistic, and knowledgeable world citizens.

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Dr. Jianlin CHEN is a Professor at Shanghai International Studies University (SHISU) where he heads the research program of graduate studies in theory and practice of Foreign Language Education and Language Educational Policy. He has an MA. in Descriptive and Applied Linguistics (University of Essex,UK) and a Ph.D. in English Language Education (SISU,China). Prof. Chen Jianlin worked on different issues in foreign language education related to curriculum development, education technology, web-based foreign language teaching and learning, teacher development in foreign language education, CALL course design, etc. With a 15-collection TV Program of language education, around 10 books and some 50 articles and book chapters to his credit, Prof. Chen Jianlin has also been Visiting Professor in several universities in China and America. Among his books are: Organization and Management in English Language Education; Theory and Methodology in Foreign Language Teaching Research; The Integration of Computer and Networks into Foreign Language Curriculum. His TV works “English for Primary School Pupils” shown on CCTV 2 (2004-2005) received the 2005 Award of first prize of Best TV Education Program from the China TV Educational Research Association (CTVERA). Since 2011, he has been a vice-president of China CALL.

 100 Pic Ihsan Colak Ihsan Colak Graduated from Istanbul University, School of Political Sciences. Received Master’s degree from same university with the thesis of; “Establishment of the ideology of Turkish Revolution and Recep Peker.” After living and working in Balkans and Caucasus for a couple of years, received second Master’s degree from Indiana University. In 2011 received his PhD degree with the dissertation of “Secularization of the Muslim Mind: Defining the Muslim Reformation in 19th Century Russia.” Published number of papers and a book titled A Muslim Scholar at the Dawn of Modernity: Shihabuddin Marjani. On the other side worked at various institutions as language lecturer and external language expert for Defense Language Institute. Developed printed and online language materials. Currently works at Columbia University.
 100 Pic Zuleyha Colak

Dr. Zuleyha Colak is Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Turkish Program at Columbia University (New York), since 2010. She is Rector's Advisor on Tochon's Deep Approach Application at Suleyman Shah University in Istanbul. She received her B.A. in Arabic Language and Literature from Istanbul University (1998). She holds two masters’ degrees, one in comparative literature in Ottoman and Arabic Literature in Marmara University, Istanbul (2000), and the other in Central Eurasian Studies/Turkish studies at Indiana University (2003). She has a Ph. D. degree with a focus on Ottoman Language and Literature at CEUS, Indiana University-Bloomington. She worked as a Teaching Specialist at the University of Minnesota in Global Studies and the Institute of Linguistics English as a Second Language and Slavic Studies between 2005-2010. She received her B. A. in Arabic Language and Literature from Istanbul University, Turkey (1998). Contact: zcolak(at)gmail.com

 100 Cruz5 Dr. Manuel Fernández Cruz graduated in Teachers' Training, Pedagogy, and his Ph.D. is in Sciences of Education. He is Professor at the Faculty of Education of the University of Granada and Chair of the Department Curriculum and School Administration. General coordinator of the international consortium MUNDUSFOR Erasmus Mundus Master for Professionals in Training. Editor of the scientific electronic Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers JETT (http://www.ugr.es/local/jett). Director of Programs in labOSfor Innovation and Development, spin-off of the University of Granada (http://www.labosfor.es/).
 100 Pic Liming DING Dr. Liming DING, born in 1967, Ph.D.in English language & literature, is a professor working in Sanming University, Fujian Province. His research addresses issues in learning, literature, and problems solving both in English learning and in British writers. His education includes: bachelor degree in English education from Huaibei Normal University in 1991; master degree in English education from Tianjin Foreign Studies University in 2005, and Ph.D. from Shanghai International Studies University in 2011. He has published over 30 research papers, three books. As backbone members he won the third prize in The 13th Jiangxi Province Social Science Contest. He has hosted 4 funding projects, and as the third member, participated in a project granted from the Ministry of Education of P.R.China and 6 provincial projects. His research fields include the British modernism literature, American literature, English poetry and deep education. His email: 1738135739(at)qq.com
 100 Pic I C Druc Dr. Isabelle C. Druc obtained her Ph.D. in Anthropology from the Université de Montréal (Québec, Canada) with a specialization in Andean Archaeology and Ceramic analysis, sponsored by the Social Science Research Council of Canada. She received an award from the Social Science Research Council of Canada to do her postdoctoral studies at Yale University. She has been teaching and supervising students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA), University of Winnipeg (Canada), Bishop University (Canada), Pontificia Catolica del Peru (Peru), Universidad Nacional de Cordoba (Argentina), and Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina). She is frequently called as expert to review articles for top-ranked journals in Anthropology and Archaeology. She is a member of the Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies at UW-Madison. She has been involved in archaeological, ethnoarchaeological and ceramic projects worldwide. She has published several books and articles in renowned journals and produced more than a hundred film documentaries of anthropological, ethnographic, cultural and language learning interests. From 2009 to 2012, she has been working as co-principal investigator and Media director on the Deep Approach to Languages and Cultures project, headed by Francois Victor Tochon, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Dr. Umeda Gadaybaeva, President of Arkon Education Group/ university professor, graduated the Faculty of Foreign Languages with a distinguished Diploma in 2005 Khujand city, Tajikistan. She defended her Ph.D. in Typology in 2008 in the Russian-Slovenian University in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Umeda teaching at the University since 2005 and planning to defense her doctoral degree within five years. Umeda has a private business in the education sphere. She has opened her first language school in 2012 and in present time her school is the biggest language school in her country. Umeda is running four language schools and one pre-school. She worked very hard that her schools achieved success in the short period. Umeda is planning to open a school and university with the high quality of education in her country.

 100 Pic Mingle GAO sq Professor Mingle GAO, Ph.D. supervisor, associate Dean of  the Faculty of Foreign Studies of Beijing Language and Culture University. Member of MLA, master advisor of Missouri State University, post-doc visiting scholar to Harvard University. Ph.D. Supervisor of Deep Institute. His interests include  modern syntax; contrastive study of English and Chinese; translation studies,language acquisition. Contact - Mobile: 13141070063; tel: 010-82303182;  Email: gaomingle(at)blcu.edu.cn
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Dr. Dean A. Hoffman holds degrees in Communications Studies and English from the University of California and a Leverhulme Trust postdoctoral fellowship at University of Dundee in Scotland. A recognized scholar of the Robin Hood legend, he has published and addressed learned societies both in the USA and the United Kingdom. Dr. Hoffman has also designed a wide range of original coursework in cinema and media studies, including classes which explore the multilevel contexts of landmark films such as Black Hawk Down, Munich, and Apocalypse Now, along with others devoted to iconoclastic directors like Welles, Peckinpah and Kurosawa, as well as a number of special subject or genre courses which focus on the dynamic between crime and legitimate society.

 80 Dan JIAO 2015 Dr. Dan JIAO has a Ph.D in English Linguistics & Literature of Shanghai International Studies University; her MA was in English Linguistics & Literature from Zhengzhou University in Henan Province. She is an Associate Professor & MA supervisor at Henan University of Technology (HAUT); Deputy Dean and Member of Academic Committee of Foreign Language School, HAUT; Visiting Scholar & Post-doctoral fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Madison; International Editor of Studies in English Language Teaching (USA), English Language Teaching (Canada); Director of Henan Translators’ Association (HTA), China. She published over 20 articles on topics such as English language pedagogy, translation and theory, education theory. She sponsors or collaborates with 20 academic research teams. She also publishes books on language linguistics and textbooks on translation.  Contact: danjiao(at)gmail.com; 85679689(at)qq.com
 100 Pic Inseok Kim 2016 Dr. Inseok Kim graduated from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies with a BA in English Language and Literature in 1980. He holds an MA degree in the field of TEFL at Southern Illinois University and in Bilingual Education and Applied Linguistics, respectively, a doctoral degree in Applied Linguistics at Teachers College, Columbia University. He taught at Brown University for a number of years and was thereafter a visiting scholar to MIT and Harvard for a year each. He is currently Professor of ESL and Applied Linguistics at Dongduk Women's University in Seoul, Korea. His major research interests have been in second language acquisition, multimedia-assisted language learning/teaching, and design and developments of multimedia English contents. He published a dozen books on English language teaching/learning and multimedia contents developments. He also published a large number of articles on Multimedia and English Education in the Korean as well as international journals. He is currently President of Asia-Pacific Association of Multimedia Assisted Language Learning and Chairman of Program Development Committee of National Jechu English Education Center.  Contact: iskim(at)dongduk.ac.kr
 100 Pic John Liontas Dr. John I. Liontas (Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, The University of Arizona, 1999), Associate Professor of English for Speakers of Other Languages at the University of South Florida in Lakeland campus, received his B.A. in Germanistic studies and Education from the University of Siegen (Germany) and his M.Ed. in Secondary Education/Foreign Languages from the University of South Carolina and Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching from The University of Arizona. He is the recipient of numerous local, state, regional, national, and international teaching awards and honors, the most recent of which are the 2011 Superintendent Partnership Award, the 2008 APAMALL Researcher Award, the 2000 ASU Professor of the Year Finalist, the 1998 University of Arizona Teaching Assistant of the Year Certificate of Achievement, the 1997 University of Arizona Foundation Outstanding Teaching Award, and the 1997 Pi Lambda Theta International Honor Society and Professional Association in Education Award. Dr. Liontas serves as Managing Editor of The Reading Matrix: An International Online Journal, and as Co-Editor of International Applied Linguistics Journal. He is an active member of several national and international learned societies and has participated as PI on several multimillion dollars funded projects.
 100 Pic Shaozhong Liu 2016

Dr. Shaozhong LIU is Professor of English at Guilin University of Electronic Technology (GUET), where he was Dean of Foreign Studies between 2012 and 2015. He earned his first Ph.D. from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (1997) in the major of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics with a concentration in Pragmatics, and a second Ph.D. from University of North Carolina at Greensboro (2011) majoring in Educational Studies with a concentration in Higher Education and Teacher Development.Before joining GUET in 2011, he was fulltime Assistant Professor, and Director of Program in Chinese Studies at University of North Carolina at Greensboro (2008-2011). He had been Associate Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages at Guangxi Normal University (GXNU) since 1992, Chair in 2000 and Founding Dean of GXNU’s COFS between 2001 and 2006. Professor Liu was Visiting Professor at Wake Forest University between 1998-2000, where he returned as Adjunct Professor between 2005-2007. He also held a Lecturer position at Guilford College’s Foreign Languages Department duing 2005-2007. Professor Liu has been Member of International Chinese Linguistics Association (Irving), Member of the Relevance List (London), Constant Councilor of China English Teaching Association (Beijing), Constant Councilor of China’s Pragmatics Association (Guangzhou), Constant Councilor of National Foreign Language Interface Study Association (Chongqing), Director of Guangxi’s Colleges and Universities’ Foreign Language Teaching Advisory Committee (Nanning), President of Guangxi’s Association of Departments of English (Guilin), Vice President of Guangxi Linguistics Society (Nanning), Vice President of Guangxi Translator’s Association (Nanning). His research interests include: theory and application of linguistics, interlanguage pragmatics, Chinese-English cross- cultural pragmatics, cognitive pragmatics, teaching and research of Chinese / English / Esperanto as a second language, organization mission statement, and teacher development. Professor Liu has published scores of scholarly books and over 90 articles in his fields of learning. Among his recent publications are: Metaphors we make sense by (Scholars Press, 2014), Evidencing sensemaking (UMI-Proquest, 2012), Negative pragmatic transfer (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010). Professor Liu can be accessed at: shaozhong(at)hotmail.com; cyrusliu.blog.163.com; www.gxnu.edu.cn/Personal/szliu/index.html.

 100 Pic Xiang Long 2016 Dr. Xiang LONG,Ph.D in English Language & Literature and Ed.M in English Education; Full Professor & MA supervisor at Guilin University of Electronic Technology (GUET); Head of Institute of Foreign Language General Education, GUET; Supervisor of Ph.D program at Tarlac State University (Philippines) & Deep Institute(USA); Visiting Scholar, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Visiting Scholar, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies;  First chief editor of the international book series Deep Education in Foreign Language (DEFL) and first chief editor of the international journal Deep Education in Languages and Cultures (DELC).; Chief-editor of the book journal “Contemporary International Studies”. He publishes over 30 books including monographs , translations, collections of Articles, and textbooks on foreign language education and teaching.He also issues over 50 papers and sponsors or cooperates 18 projects and has been invited to give more than 20 lectures on his research interests at home and broad and awarded more than 30 times in various levels of teaching, research and student-guiding competition in English. His interests includes Pragmatics & Translation, Foreign Language Education, Cross-cultural Communication Management, Economy of Language. Contact: longxiang669(at)qq.com; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; website
 100 Shirley Dr. Shirley O’Neill is Professor of Language and Literacies Education and Coordinator of the Applied Linguistics Discipline Group in the School of Linguistics, Adult and Specialist Education at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. Her research focuses on teacher cognition and classroom discourse, TESOL, language assessment, interactive/multimedia technologies for language learning, and service learning. She has extensive experience in research and evaluation, assessment and teaching/teacher professional development in language education, including the early years. She has worked in schools in Australia and the UK, and in statewide school review, language curriculum and policy evaluation, and assessment of student performance. Her book Teaching English as a second language, OUP, with A, Gish is widely used in preservice teacher education in Australia and internationally; other recent publications include: The language teacher professional, Fostering positive cross-cultural attitudes through language teaching, and Relational concepts: Language, thinking and pedagogy. Since 2003 she has convened international conferences on pedagogies and learning, and established the International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning and the International Society for Leadership in Pedagogies and Learning Inc. As a foundation member of the International Network for Language Education Policy Studies (INLEPS) (Shanghai, 2013), she has facilitated two conferences on deep languages learning.
 100 Pic JosLuis Ortega Dr. José Luis ORTEGA MARTIN, University of Granada, Spain. Principal Lecturer at the University of Granada (TEFL), was Vice-Dean in charge of International Relations from 2004 to 2008, Head of in-service training at UGR (2011-2015), head teacher of a private school in Granada from 1994 to 2003, now in charge of the international relations of the Master on Secondary Education (University of Granada) and Secretary of the Local Organizing Committee of the International Learning Conferences held in Granada (2005) and in Montego Bay (Jamaica, 2006), the International Social Science Conference held in Granada in 2007 and the International Conference on Diversity (2016). Member of the scientific committee of several international journals, has given conferences and taught at more than 10 European and American universities. Concerning publications, Dr Ortega has written and participated in more than ten books and chapters of books and published several papers related with bilingualism, TEFL, teacher training, classroom management, motivation, etc. Twitter: https://twitter.com/JLOrtega_M - Linkedin: https://es.linkedin.com/in/ortegam1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joseluis.ortegamartin
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Dr. José Gijón Puerta has a Bachelor in Sciences, and a Ph.D. in Pedagogy. He is Professor at the Faculty of Education of the University of Granada. Coordinator of ProfesioLab Research Group (SEJ059). ex-Vice Dean of Innovation, Transfer and Quality Management in Faculty of Education. Secretary of the scientific electronic Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers JETT (http://www.ugr.es/local/jett). Director of Internationalization in labOSfor Innovation and Development, spin-off of the University of Granada (http://www.labosfor.es/).

 100 Dr Swenson David Swenson was born and grew up in Beirut, Lebanon where his parents were directors of an orphanage for under privileged boys. After graduation for the American Community School in Beirut, he attended and received a BS degree in Physical Education from Carson-Newman College in Tennessee USA.  He has a master’s degree in Education from the University of Minnesota and a Doctorate in counseling from Eastern University in Pennsylvania, USA. He has thirty years of experience teaching English and other subjects as well as coaching a number of sports teams in different schools and at different levels in the Middle East and North Africa. Prior to coming to Guilin to teach in the English Language Program at Guilin University of Electronic Technology(GUET), he taught in the English Language Program of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia (VCU) , USA. During his tenure at VCU he was very active in teaching, supporting and assisting the many Chinese and other international students in their English acquisition. David has studied a number of languages and is fluent in spoken Arabic.His Current interests: English Teaching and Education; Counseling in Psychology. His email: dswenson707(at)gmail.com
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Dr. Francois Victor Tochon, President of Deep Institute, is a professor, research director and program head in a University ranked 25th in the World Universities rankings. He has two PhDs and four honorary degrees, and a strong international reputation as a researcher on a deep approach to Education. He has published 39 books and more than 230 scientific articles and chapters in 14 languages and has been a Visiting Professor in 20 countries. He received the 2010 Award of Best Review of Research from the American Educational Research Association (AERA). In 2012, he received the Award of International Excellence for outstanding research from the University of Granada (Spain). In 2015, he received the Excellence in Diversity Award from the School of Education of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA), the Honorary Professor Award and Life Appointment for outstanding Academic Achievements, Henan University of Technology (China), the Eminent Scholar Award, University of Southern Queensland (Australia), the International Scholar Award from Shanghai Normal University (China). He was awarded the 1% most viewed profile on LinkedIn and Academia. He received several Awards and Honors from the Lions Club International Foundation for service to Humanity.

 100 Pic Jianfang Xiao 2015

Dr. Jianfang XIAO is a Full Professor & MA supervisor in the School of English and Education at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Guangzhou, China; visiting Scholar at the University of Wisconsin-Madison; chief editor of the international book series Deep Education in Foreign Language (DEFL) and chief editor of the International Journal Deep Education in Languages and Cultures (DELC). She has BA in English Language and Literature, M. Ed & Ph.D. in Education. She teaches English Language Pedagogy to both undergraduates and postgraduates. She has published more than 50 articles in many recognized journals and twenty three monographs and textbooks in English language pedagogy, bilingual education and comparative education. She is one of the co-translators (from English into Chinese) of the book Help them Learn a Language Deeply---Deep Approach to World Languages and Cultures. She sponsors or cooperates 28 projects and has been invited to be chief judge in National or Provincial oral English competitions many times, to give more than 30 lectures on her research interests at home and abroad and awarded more than 10 times at various levels of teaching, research, administration and student-guiding competition in English language teaching. Her current research interests are world language education and bilingual education. Contact Email:527721655(at)qq.com, xiao3296888(at)163.com

 100 Pic Danielle Zay

Dr. Danielle Zay Book Series Editor, is Professor Emeritus, University of Charles de Gaulle Lille 3, France. She graduated as an Economist from “Sciences Po.” (Political Sciences), the IEP (Institute of Political Sciences) of Paris (France), ranked 5th worldwide in the 2015 QS World University rankings for Politics and International Studies. She began to work in private and public firms. She got the “agrégation” of philosophy (the highest selective exam to be recruited as a teacher) and chose teacher education and higher education. After passing her Ph.D. in Educational Sciences, she specialized in international projects and research on cross institutional partnerships, in particular to deal with youth at risk. Her projects were supported by the European Commission and the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund). She created and was the “Main Convenor” of the European Educational Research Association (EERA) Network 15, “Research Partnerships” in Education (1998-2007). Her numerous publications have appeared in French, English and Spanish. Contact: zaydanielle(at)gmail.com

 100 Pic Zhen ZENG Faculty Dr. Zhen ZENG is an Associate Professor and MA supervisor at the College of Foreign Studies of Guilin, University of Electronic Technology, with research focus on the cultural study of educational issues, school impacts on lifelong learning, effective teaching and learning through classroom activities, language education. Dr. ZENG has a Ph.D. and has been a postdoctoral scholar in foreign language education at College of International Studies, Southwest University, Chongqin, China. She was also a visiting scholar in foreign language education at School of Education, University of Missouri-St Louis, USA. She has published nearly 20 papers and one translation work. Academic Interest: Language education & translation studies. Contact - Cellphone:(+86)133-1773-0179; Email: joyzeng(at)163.com; 351883964(at)qq.com
 100 ZHANG Quan sq Prof. Quan ZHANG, Ph.D., was born in 1956 and received his B.A of English major in 1982,  a M.A. of applied linguistics in 1989 and Ph.D of language testing in 1993 at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. In 2002, he was invited by ETS as senior visiting scholar to pursue further studies. From 2006 to 2009, invited by Professor Lyle F. Bachman as senior research scholar, he conducted research in language testing at UCLA, USA. With over 30 years of experience, he has been working as Dean and chair professor in several universities in China. Beginning from 2013, he works as a guest professor to supervise Ph.D students conducting research in the area of language testing  for Ph.D program of education in City University of Macau, SAR, Chin. Now he is a Ph.D. Supervisor at Deep Institute, USA. He is also the editors in chief of two international journals. He has published books and articles home and abroad and good at BILOG, PARSCALE and Winsteps.
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Dr. Constance E. Lent, Assistant Professor at Deep Institute, gives also courses at Madison College (Wisconsin, USA). A researcher, instructor, and consultant specializing in early childhood care and education, Dr. Lent has a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, Early Childhood Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an M.A. in Human Development, Leadership in Adult Education, from Pacific Oaks College-Pasadena, California. Her research examines how to support both adults and children to form and follow their own deep approach to thinking, learning, and communicating. These interests motivate her goal to influence early education policy regarding detrimental use of standardized education and evaluation where the learner and the educator must perform according to predetermined criteria to obtain rating scores.

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Dr. Kristine M. Harrison, Assistant Professor at Deep Institute, is postdoctoral fellow at the University of Wisconsin and English Instructor at the University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras. Coeditor of Language Education Policy and Peace (2016), she explores alternate visions of education. She has taught English in the Middle East, North Africa, and Puerto Rico. Her expertise includes multilingual education policies, the role of pedagogy, and effect on children’s identity. Her current commitment is to the schooling of Muslim refugee children of Middle East wars. She has raised four daughters and a son while teaching on three continents.


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