Bingjie Zheng

Project Assistant

Bingjie Zheng is a doctoral student in second language acquisition. Her research interests include interactional sociolinguistics, classroom discourse analysis and systemic functional linguistics. She is interested in exploring students' communicative repertoires by using various linguistic and semiotic resources for meaning-making and negotiation. She joined WIDA standards department in 2016. She has been working for developing language pathway and other instructional tools to facilitate English language learning at K-12 settings.

Bingjie received her M.S.Ed in TESOL from the University of Pennsylvania specialized in second language acquisitiona and sociolinguistics. She received B.A. in English language and linguistics in Shanghai International Studies University and City University of Hong Kong in China. 

Contact Information

bingjie@wisc.edu
Phone: (215) 713-6610
Office: Ed Sciences

Current Projects

WIDA: World-Class Instructional Design and Assessment Consortium