Annie Laurie Duguay

Research Associate, Center for Applied Linguistics

Annie Laurie Duguay is a Research Associate at the Center for Applied Linguistics, where she has worked for over three years on a variety of projects in the K-12 language and education division. As part of the QuEST Project, Annie wrote sheltered science curriculum for middle grades English learners; planned and conducted professional development workshops for CREATE science teachers; coordinated the classroom and lab materials needed for lesson delivery; and communicated with teachers and researchers throughout the intervention. She has co-presented on the research center’s findings and is involved in writing briefs and other resources that showcase project findings with implications for teachers. Previously Annie was a certified ESL teacher and taught at a STEM-focused public charter school in Cambridge, Massachusetts. At CAL Annie also leads SIOP Model professional development workshops and works on curricula for refugee orientation. She has also taught English as a Foreign Language in Besançon, France and in Xiantao, Hubei Province, China.

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