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My research interest is in investigating how children learn to read, why children have difficulties learning to read, and the cognitive processes involved in reading development. I am also interested in looking at how bilingual children learn to read, and how to best assist children who are bilingual or English learners in their reading acquisition process.

I am originally from Taiwan. I did my masters in Clinical Linguistics, which is a joint degree with three universities: Potsdam University, Germany; Groningen University, The Netherlands, University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy (2008). After that I moved to Australia and completed my PhD (2012) here at Macqurie University in Cognitive Science.

I am currently working as a lecturer in the School of Education. I teach preservice teachers and school teachers how to teach children to learn to read and write effectively, using evidence-based instructions for reading and writing. 


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