Lea Lee

Lea Lee

Lea Lee

Dr. Lea Lee is a professor of literacy education and director of the Tidewater Writing Project in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Old Dominion University. She immigrated to U.S.A. over 30 years ago, and earned her Master’s degree from Chicago State University and PhD from the University of Minnesota. Her area of expertise includes culture and family literacy, bilingual education, culturally responsive instruction, and educational issues of underrepresented students globally. She has authored and edited more than 80 articles and book chapters. Her articles have been published in Childhood Education, Multicultural Education, Kappa Delta Pi Record, Journal of Research in Childhood Education, and International Journal of Early Childhood Education.
In addition, she has made over 100 national/international presentations, including
AERA, ILA, ACEI, NAEYC,
NAECTE, OMEP, CRA, LRA, NCTE, NWP, KICCE, World Congress on Reading, and Pan African Reading for All

conferences.