Alexandra Babino

Alexandra (Ale) Babino is Assistant Processor of Bilingual/ESL education at Texas A & M University- Commerce, where she teaches bilingual, ESL, and literacy classes at the undergraduate and graduate level. As a former bilingual teacher, she enjoys exploring how and why bilinguals become biliterate and bicultural across contexts. Much of her work focuses on uncovering the complex intersectionalities that encourage (or discourage) biliteracy and bicultural development at a systems level in dual language programs. She studies and writes from a critical pragmatic paradigm, which is often reflected through her use of mixed methodology and multiple perspectives in qualitative research.

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