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Dr. Park-Johnson is the director of the Bilingual Education/English as a Second Language Minor. She is also the co-director of the
Bilingual Language Development (BiLD) Lab.
Research Interests Bilingual language acquisition; Heritage language acquisition, loss, and maintenance; Code-switching/-mixing; Language assessment; Syntactic development by bilingual children
Selected PublicationsPark-Johnson, S. & Shin, S. (2020).
Linguistics for Language Teachers: Lessons for Classroom Practice. Routledge: New York.
Park-Johnson, S. K. (2020). Teachers’ Attitudes and Beliefs About Code-mixing by Bilingual Students.
Educational Studies, 56(2), 125-144.
Park-Johnson, S. K. (2019). Case ellipsis: Acquisition of variability by young heritage speakers of Korean.
International Multilingual Research Journal, 13(1), 15-31.
Park-Johnson, S. K. (2019). The role of person in subject auxiliary inversion in English wh-questions: Evidence from Korean-English bilingual children.
International Journal of Bilingualism, 23(1), 313–328.
Park-Johnson, S. K. (2017). Code mixing as a window into language dominance: Evidence from Korean heritage speakers.
Heritage Language Journal, 14(1), 49-6
Awards and Honors DePaul University Excellence in Teaching Award, 2020
University Research Council Summer Research Grant, 2020
Provost’s Collaborative Research Fellowship, 2018
Steans Center Community Based Research Faculty Fellowship, 2017
Academic Initiatives Grant, 2017