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Laura B. Liu is Assistant Professor of Elementary Education and Coordinator for the English as a Second Language program at Indiana University-Purdue University in Columbus. She serves as an international research fellow with Beijing Normal University’s Center for Teacher Education Research (2015-2020), where she earned her postdoctoral degree on teacher education faculty international professional development and was an Assistant Professor of Teacher Education (2014-2015). Laura began her teaching career in 2000 as a high school ESL Program Coordinator and World Literature teacher and earned her National Board Certification (2004). She has adjunct taught graduate and undergraduate courses on the multicultural and philosophical foundations of education at the University of San Diego’s School of Leadership and Education Sciences, and sheltered content instruction courses with the University of Southern California’s online MAT program. Laura’s research focuses on cultural and ecological diversity, glocalization, and teacher international professional development. She integrates art-based approaches in her teaching and research, and has published a children’s book series on environmental sustainability: Turtle’s Treasure, Turtle’s Tug, Turtle’s Turn, and Turtle’s Triumph.
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