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Dr. Ana Paula Duboc

University of Sao Paulo, Brazil  


Ana Paula Duboc is professor of English Language Teaching Methodology at the School of Education from the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. In 2016, she co-authored the decolonial-oriented and English curricular guidelines within the Municipal Secretariat of Education in Sao Paulo. Her research interests comprise language and literacy education, ELF studies, educational policies, language teacher education, decoloniality. She coordinates the ELCo – Grupo de Estudos Educação, Linguagem e Colonialidade (Research Group on Education, Language, and Coloniality).    


Dr. Paula Golombek 

University of Florida

Dr. Paula Golombek is Clinical Professor in the  Department of Linguistics at the University of Florida, where she developed the  Undergraduate Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language Program. One  of her primary responsibilities in the program is to mentor novice teachers in  the practicum—the context in which she tries to apply and research Vygotskian  Sociocultural Theory to language teacher development in practice. Her research  interests include language teacher narrative inquiry as professional  development, teacher learning in second language teacher education, including  the functional role of teacher emotions, and sociocultural research and  perspective on language teacher professional development. 

Margaret R. Hawkins  

   University of Wisconsin-Madison  


Margaret R. Hawkins is a Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. Her work attends to languages, literacies and learning across classroom, home, and community-based settings in local and global contexts.   As a community-engaged scholar she has worked with schools, communities, community organizations and institutions of higher education around the world. She is the recipient of the Leadership Through Research Award from the Second Language Research SIG of the American Educational Research Association (2019) and the Erwin Zolt Digital Literacy Gamech     anger Award from the International Literacy Association (2019). Her current focus is exploring semiotics and relations in transmodal communications.

Andréa Machado de Aldeida Mattos    

  Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais   


Andréa Machado De Almeida Mattos holds a PhD in Linguistic Studies from the University of São Paulo. She is Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics at the School of Languages and Linguistics, and a researcher at NECLLE – Núcleo de Estudos Críticos sobre Linguagens, Letramentos e Educação (Centre for Critical Studies on Languages, Literacies and Education), at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, a registered group at the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq). She is also a Productivity Researcher at CNPq (Grant n. 308243/2020-0). ORCID: org/0000-0003-3190-7329.   

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