Helaine W. Marshall is Director of Language Education Programs and Professor of Education, Long Island University-Hudson. She teaches courses in TESOL, Linguistics, and Multicultural Education in face-to-face, online, and flipped learning formats. Dr. Marshall wrote and directed a National Institute for Literacy Bilingual Adult Literacy Grant and has developed programs for secondary and adult students with limited or interrupted formal education. She is the co-author of Making the Transition: Culturally Responsive Teaching for Struggling Language Learners and Breaking New Ground: Teaching Students with Limited or Interrupted Formal Education. Her other research interests include nontraditional approaches to the teaching of grammar and the incorporation of instructional technology in language teaching, in particular the flipped learning approach. She has published in Preventing School Failure, Urban Review, and TESOL Journal among others. Dr. Marshall serves on the boards of the NYS TESOL Journal and the Flipped Learning Network. She is also a litigation consultant and expert witness in state and federal cases dealing with programs and services for immigrants and refugees, particularly those who are SLIFE.
Listen to interview on MALP® with Kevin Coleman Dr. Marshall discusses how she first developed MALP® and her subsequent research with Andrea DeCapua.