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CTL Informal Seminar Series 2017-2018

Schedule for Fall

The CTL Informal Seminar Series welcomes all MEd, MA, and PhD students in the CTL department to present their ideas, ongoing research projects, thesis proposals, conference papers, and dissertation results, in a supportive, student-friendly environment. This is a great opportunity to share your research interests with your colleagues!

The series will run from September 2017 to May 2018 on Thursdays 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm in room 10-148, so everyone is welcome to attend and participate.

The series is divided in presentations that are shared by both students in the CSTD and LLE/CERLL alternatively.

If you would like to present in the CSTD series please feel free to email Max Antony-Newman at max.antony.newman@mail.utoronto.ca

If you would like to present in the LLE/CERLL series please feel free to email Yecid Ortega at yecid.ortega@mail.utoronto.ca





September 8

Is the full potential of educated immigrants in Canada being realized?

Mona El Samaty


September 14

Addressing socioscientific issues through STEM education: The case of STEM coaches

Majd Zouda


September 14

Plurilingual Pedagogies in Language Teacher Education: Rethinking TESL/TESOL Programs

Danielle Freitas


September 21

Inertial Tensions in Promoting Socio-Political Actions Among Future Technoscience Technicians

Kristen Schaffer


September 28

Bilingual learning spaces: Lessons from using Whatsapp in a Ghanaian rural context

Mama Adobea


October 5

Teaching to think

Preeti Raman


October 12

English Education and Social Reproduction:

An Ethnography of Adolescents in a Korean Public School

Jinsuk Yang


October 19


October 26

Investigating plurilingual identities of Syrian refugee children in Ontario school boards

Zehra Palta


November 2


November 9

The co-construction of positive age identities in intergenerational interaction between carers and residents in New Zealand homes for the elderly

Brigid Kelso


November 16


November 23

Written Narratives by Adult Chinese Plurilingual Students: Participants’ Perceptions of Code-Switching and the (Re)Shaping of Identity

Wales Wong


November 30

Challenges and opportunities for history education in pursuit of truth and reconciliation

James Miles


December 7

The SegSylPro Approach to Opera Lyric Diction Instruction in a Young Artists Program

Steven Leigh


December 14



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