Sultan Kilinc, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Teaching and Leadership in the School of Education, Syracuse University. At Syracuse University, Kilinc teaches graduate and undergraduate level courses, such as Families of Children with Disabilities and Children's Learning in ENL Inclusive Classrooms.
Prior to joining Syracuse University, Kilinc was a Postdoctoral Scholar working in the Early Childhood Educators at Play Dual Language Learning Professional Development Program at Arizona State University (ASU) from 2016-19. During her postdoctoral years, she taught undergraduate courses, Orientation to Education of Exceptional Learners, and Multicultural Issues at ASU in addition to her extensive research agenda. Before her postdoctoral position, she served as a research assistant at ASU from 2012-2016.
Utilizing sociocultural, interdisciplinary, and social justice perspectives, in her research, Kilinc focuses on inclusive education policy and practices for historically underserved students, including students with disabilities, dual language learners, and students with refugee status. Her second line of research investigates the intersection of dual language education, inclusive education, and the use of drama in early childhood settings.
She has published in various peer-reviewed journals including International Journal of Inclusive Education, International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, Bilingual Research Journal, and British Journal of Special Education.
Kilinc received the Fulbright Ph.D. award from 2010-2015. She is currently a member of the American Educational Research Association.
SPE 623: Families of Students with Disabilities
SPE 706: Seminar in Early Childhood Special Education
EED 314: Strategies for Teaching Inclusive Education
EDU 303: Children's Learning in ENL Inclusive Classrooms