Mi-Hyun Chung, Ph.D.
Dissertation Committee Adjunct,
Department of Teaching and Learning
Mi-Hyun Chung, PhD, has taught for higher education for more than a decade as a full-time faculty member, and served as a chairperson of a department. Indiana University Bloomington is her alma mata, where she received the Doctor of Philosophy degree in 2006. Previously, she was a full-time elementary teacher. Since 2017, she has run a forign language program for middle school students funded by the STARTALK federal grant. Her teaching and research interests include but are not limited to semiotics, critical literacy, early literacy, multiculturalism and ELL/bilingual education, and technology-integrated language education. She is keen to conduct interdisciplinary research such as health literacy and has international collaborative research experiences with scholars from Europe or Asia.
Doctorate in Literacy
Master's in Elementary Education
Bachelor's in Elementary Education
New literacies (multiple forms of literacy) and Semiotics in linguistics
Critical discourse analysis (research methods)
Early literacy development
Multicultural education and ELL/Bilingual Education
Technology-integrated language education
Content-area literacy (e.g. scientific literacy math literacy)
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