Research interests and expertise at the Center for the Study of Reading vary across a wide range of areas and methodologies that bring diverse perspectives to our understanding of the development of reading and reasoning. To learn about individual member's interests and expertise, click on the names below.
Judy Hsu is a doctoral student in the Educational Psychology program at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. While pursuing her Ed.M. and working as a research assistant at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in Language and Literacy, she was intrigued by collaborative approaches to comprehension instruction. Judy hopes to further investigate how Collaborative Reasoning could help ESL/EFL students develop academic vocabulary knowledge and usage.