Kathleen Calcerano

Kathleen Calcerano received a B.A. in Psychology from American University in 2015. During her time as an undergraduate, Kathleen served as a research assistant for multiple psychology labs and conducted original research on language acquisition. In 2014, she studied Chinese language and culture at the China Studies Institute in Beijing. The following year, she received a Killam Fellowship to study psycholinguistics at McGill University in Montreal. After graduating, Kathleen served as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Taiwan, where she worked with local elementary-school teachers to design and deliver engaging lessons and cultural activities. Kathleen has also worked in assessment development, having participated in the Educational Testing Service English Language Learning Summer Institute for three summers. Kathleen joined edCount in July, 2016.

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