About Felice Russell, Ph.D.
Dr. Felice Russell is an Assistant Professor of Education at Ithaca College where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in second language acquisition, cultural and linguistic diversity, and teacher education. Her research examines the continuum of teacher education from preservice to teacher leader with a focus on professional learning related to meeting the needs of English learners. A former K-12 classroom teacher, she is interested in the intersection of theory and practice as she engages and collaborates with practitioners and the goal of equity for English learners. Her work has been published in journals such as Teacher Education Quarterly, TESOL Journal, and Phi Delta Kappan.
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