Ana Christina da Silva [Iddings], Ph.D.

Ed.D. Program

Professor of the Practice

Director, Learning, Diversity, and Urban Studies
Professor of the Practice of Education, Department of Teaching and Learning

Professor da Silva’s research centers around the learning ecologies of linguistically and culturally diverse students; family and community resources in diverse, urban in- and out-of-school contexts; and partnerships between family, community, school and university that support the literacy learning of linguistically diverse learners and emphasize educational opportunity and equity. She has taught in public schools in Brazil and the United States and has worked with researchers in Chile, Brazil and Mexico on implementing ecological models of community development.


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