Linda I. Rosa-Lugo, EdD, CCC-SLP is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders at the University of Central Florida. Prior to joining the faculty at UCF, she worked in a variety of settings, providing direct services to Spanish- and English-speaking infants, school-aged children, deaf and hard of hearing students, and geriatric patients with communication disorders, as well as supervising student clinicians. Her research interests include dialect acquisition and usage in culturally and linguistically diverse students, language and literacy development in Hispanic youngsters who are deaf/hard of hearing, and first and second language acquisition in English language learners. Florin Mihai, PhD received his PhD in Multicultural and Multilingual Education from the Florida State University and holds a BA in English and Romanian from Alexandru Cuza University in Iasi, Romania. Dr. Mihai has taught English as a Second/Foreign Language classes, as well as courses in applied linguistics, language assessment, introduction to education, and ESOL in the content area. His research interests include the influence of globalization on foreign language curriculum development, implications of form-focused instruction, language, and content-area assessment for English language learners, and pre- and in-service teacher education. Joyce W. Nutta, PhD is Associate Professor of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and the ESOL Coordinator of the College of Education at the University of Central Florida, where she teaches ESOL Education courses at the graduate level. She holds a bachelor's degree in Mass Communications, a master's degree in Applied Linguistics, and a Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition/Instructional Technology. Her research interests include the use of technology to teach foreign/second languages, distance learning for teacher education, and the integration of ESOL issues into teacher education curricula. Dr. Nutta has received over $3,000,000 in research and training grants. Her research has been published in Foreign Language Annals, TESOL Journal, and CALICO Journal, among other international and national publications. She recently published Language Learning Technologies for K-12 Teachers with Thomson Heinle. Her presentations are highly interactive and hands-on applications of research-based approaches to teaching English language learners.