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EVENTS

 

2017/18 CERLL Informal Seminar Series

 

OISE/UT | 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto ON | Every other Thursday 4:00-5:00 pm | Room 10-148

If interested in presenting in the upcoming year 2017-2018, please email yecid.ortega@mail.utoronto.ca

 

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2016/17 CERLL Informal Seminar Series

OISE/UT | 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto ON | Every other Thursday 4:00-5:00 pm | Room 10-148

The CERLL Informal Seminar Series, organized by PhD candidate Yecid Ortega, provides an informal setting for graduate students from the Language and Literacies Education graduate program as well as some visiting scholars to present findings from their doctoral or masters’ research.

DATE TITLE PRESENTER

October 6

Othering in Online Learning: Examining the Development of Social Presence, Identity, and Community

Krystle Phirangee and Alesia Malec

 

October 20

Consuming Global Language and Culture: South Korean Youth in English Study Abroad

In Chull Jang

November 17

Using diversity for learning: Comparing and contrasting two literacy classes

Jade Kim

November 24

Curricular and extra-curricular input on the non-use of “ne” by high school students and university FSL learners

Nevena Vasic

December 9

Finally Shedding the Past: Filipino Teachers Negotiate Their Identities Within a New Mother-Tongue-Based Multilingual Education Policy Landscape

Diane E. Dekker

December 15

Literacy Engagement in the Extended French and French Immersion Programs (Grades 4 to 6)

Marina Anthony-Newman

January 19

Understanding the Hegemonic Constructions of ESL Education through an Awareness of Power, Privilege and Intersectionality

Dulani Suraweera

January 26

Educated immigrants in Canada are not realizing their full potential.

Is there a missing link?

Mona Elsamaty

February 2

Code-switching and the reshaping of identity: written narratives of adult Chinese multilingual students

Wales Wong

February 16

Identity investment: Harnessing social media as a platform for an identity text project

Becky Martyn

March 2

Translanguage to transgress: Critical literacy work in a French-English bilingual classroom

Dr. Sunny Man Chu Lau

Associate professor

School of education

Bishop's university

 

March 9

Standard Language Ideology and World Languages: How Language Education Policy Affects World English Users in Canada

Alison Altidor-Brooks

March 16

A Church-based Korean Heritage Language Classroom in the Greater Toronto Area

Soon Young Jang

March 30

Language Choices of the Pakistani Canadians in the Peel Region

 

Shared Languages, Shared Learning: The role of multilingual learners’ shared languages in scaffolding collaborative learning

Tasneem Ahmed

 

 

Shakina Rajendram

April 13

Racialized Embodiment and Microaggressions in the Private English Language Teaching Industry

 

A Church-based Korean Heritage Language Classroom in the Greater Toronto Area

Vijay

Ramjattan

 

 

Soon Young Jang

April 27

Analyzing aurally: listening to the data

Mimi Masson & Sebastian Roberts

May 11

 

Plurilingualism in action: Perspectives from refugee language teachers’ in a Brazilian NGO

Angelica Galante

May 25

Social Justice Education in High School EFL in Colombia: Sketching a New Future Using Collaborative Action Research

Yecid Ortega

PAST EVENTS

2016 LLE Research Colloquium Public Lectures

OISE/UT | 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto ON | 5:00-6:30 pm | 5-150, 5th Floor

The LLE Research Colloquium public lectures provide opportunities to become familiar with ongoing research, research methodologies, and curriculum activities in language and literacies learning and teaching. Presenters include current students, recent graduates and professors in the LLE program at OISE as well as scholars from other institutions.

DATE PRESENTER TITLE
JANUARY 20 JIM CUMMINS
OISE, University of Toronto


GAIL PRASAD
University of Wisconsin at Madison
To what extent are Canadian Second Language Programs Evidence- Based? Connections between Research, Theory and Policy

Beyond Two Solitudes in Canadian Language Education Research:  Using Creative, Visual and Multimodal Methods to Engage Students from English and French Schools as Co-investigators of their Plurilingualism
JANUARY 27 TOM FARRELL
Brock University
Reflective Practice – A Framework and Connections to Research
FEBRUARY 3 KATHERINE REHNER
OISE, University of Toronto
Investigating Proficiency, Confidence, And Sociolinguistic Development Through Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed-Methods Approaches

FEBRUARY 10

SREEMALI HERATH (Via Skype)
Open University, SriLanka


DIANE DEKKER (Via Skype)
OISE, University of Toronto
Teachers as Transformative Intellectuals in Post-conflict Reconciliation: A Study of Language Teachers’ Identities, Experiences and Perceptions

Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education in the Philippines: Teachers’ Voices Within the Context of Language Policy Shift
FEBRUARY 17 JEFF BALE
OISE, University of Toronto

UNÁ NÍ SHEANÁIN
School of Education, National University of Ireland, Galway
A Historical Study on Heritage Language Programs in Ontario


A Classroom-Based Participatory Action Research Approach toDeveloping Critical Interculturalism in a Primary Gaelscoil
 
MARCH 2 CLEA SCHMIDT (VIA SKYPE)
University of Manitoba
Negotiating Researcher Positionality: Examples from Critical Participatory Research with Immigrant Teachers And Archival Research with The National Centre For Truth And Reconciliation
MARCH 9 JAMES CORCORAN
University of Toronto
English as the International Language of Science: A Case Study of Mexican Scientists’ Writing for Publication
MARCH 23 REED THOMAS
OISE, University of Toronto


STEFANIE MUHLING
OISE, University of Toronto
French Proficiency Development in the Preparation of French- Second-Language Teachers: Diverse Trajectories and Common Themes

Teaching to Learn and Reciprocal Learning Among Associate Teachers in French as a Second Language Teaching Environments:
A Multiple Case Study

MARCH 30

LEO YOFFE
Waseda University Japan
Shifts in Integration Policies: The case of the Netherlands

 

 

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