The Third Symposium of Southern Ontario Universities on New Perspectives in Language Education
Teaching and Learning in Times of Crisis: Opportunities, Shifts, and Insights
This symposium will be held virtually on June 24-25, 2022 and will feature the latest research and findings in Languages and Literacies education.
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The CERLL Informal Seminar series is a space for students to share their in-progress research on topics related to language and literacies education, sponsored by the Centre for Educational Research on Languages and Literacies at OISE/University of Toronto. The informal seminar series is a collaborative and support space for students to work through ideas, share their interests, and gain experience presenting their work. Students are encouraged to participate at any stage of their program, in order to foster a strong and supportive community of developing researchers.
If you are interested in sharing your work with the OISE community through an informal seminar, please use this form to sign up! It’s a great way to share your work, test out ideas, get feedback from your peers or practice for an upcoming presentation.
The CERLL Tea Time Research Circle, an initiative begun in 2016, aims to bring faculty, MA/MEd, PhDs, and visiting scholars together to discuss contentious and current issues in languages and literacies education and research. The CERLL Research Circle stems from CERLL’s purpose to disseminate current and relevant research practices that take place all over the world and make that research accessible.
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