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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, 2020University Research Council Summer Research Grant, 2020Provost’s Collaborative Research Fellowship, 2018Steans Center Community Based Research Faculty Fellowship, 2017Academic Initiatives Grant, 2017