Edwidge Crevecoeur-Bryant, Ed.D

 Associate Professor and Coordinator of ESOL

Flagler College, Education Department

Dr. Edwidge Crevecoeur-Bryant is an Associate Professor and Coordinator of ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), in the Education Department, at Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL. She is also the Director of the COMPEL (Collaborative Online Mentorship Program for English Learners) program, with partners in Brazil, Germany, Haiti, and the U.S., housed at Flagler College. She attended City College of New York and was the first student in the United States to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Bilingual Education in Haitian Kreyòl and English. Dr. Crevecoeur-Bryant earned a Master of Arts in Educational Administration and a Doctorate in Applied Linguistics with an emphasis in Bilingual/Bicultural Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, New York. She has co-authored five bilingual English-Haitian Kreyòl dictionaries including the latest Word by Word published by Prentice Hall. In addition, she co-authored: Nutta, J., Mokhtari, K., Strebel, C., Florin, M., Crevecoeur Bryant, E., (2014) Educating English Learners: What every classroom teacher needs to know. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press. Dr. Crevecoeur Bryant serves as Co-Director of a literacy center in Petit Goave, Haiti. She also served as the Educational Director of the TELL Project (Technology and English Learning in Leogane) in Haiti. She enjoys a national and international reputation for presenting her research on Haitian education, language, and technology.