Literacy, Culture, and Language Education - LCLE

Literacy, Culture, and Language Education - LCLE

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This class will be offered 100% online this fall. It counts toward your LCLE major and is open to all graduate students.
Saturday research workshop with my brilliant students! Jennifer Lund, Suparna Bose, Hajar Al Sultan (not pictured), Dee Degner, Perry Miller (not pictured), Aslihan Guler, Dianne Wellington, and Bo Hyun Hwang! These folks are moving ahead with their research projects and sharing the burden by giving each other constructive support. #mentorship
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Would you suggest me some readings, particularly on LOCAL AND COMMUNITY LITERACIES, a paper usually offered in your department?
Many thanks in advance!
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There will be many interesting talks and events at MwALT 2019 at IU on Oct. 4-5. Please join us.
Come join us at noon (3/28) in the SOE Library to hear author and LCLE doctoral student Breanya Hogue read and discuss her work. #IUsocialjusticereadaloud
Hi! I'm going to be applying for the online LCLE Ed.D. program. Are GRE scores required? Thanks
Hi Everyone,
L650 Research Internship in Literacy, Culture & Language Education is now available for registration for both students on campus and online students. (For EdD online students, this class usually comes after Wohlwend’s L599 class). This course primarily focuses on data analysis. More specifically, the research analysis activities in this class will be contextualized within the theoretical frameworks useful to researchers in the field of Literacy, Culture and Language.

The URL takes you to a one-page description of the class’ coverage, final project and 3 sample student questions.
https://iu.box.com/s/df10dqw6zdyuw46i2r7pvujwx0slw8f9

faridah pawan [email protected]; www.fpawan.com
The Second/Foreign language teacher preparation and professional development seminar course is available for registration for all graduate students (doctoral and masters levels) as an L750 or L630 class. (Note: New and first semester online EdD students should sign up for the class as an L630).

Class coverage and topics: The focus of the class is on research in second/foreign language teacher training (pre-service) and professional development of second/foreign language teachers (in-service). Areas to be covered will include topics that fall under the new (2019) research and practice strands outlined by the national TESOL organization. They include for example, participatory and “appreciative” approaches to language program evaluation; socially-just language teacher education practices for refugee-background English learners; online language teacher education, communality and personal learning networks; Content-Based Instruction (CBI) in domestic and English-Medium Instruction (EMI) in international contexts; and intercultural communication assessment in teacher education.

Nature of Class: This is a "flipped class" whereby seminar class time will be spent on discussions of assigned and student-generated readings, as well as discussions/engagements with established and emerging scholars in TESOL’s Teacher Education and Teacher Learning Special Interest Group (TEIS).

Deliverables/Final Projects: In consultation with the instructor, students will self-select areas to explore and research in second/foreign language teacher education and professional development. Multimodal projects are encouraged.

Contact Faridah Pawan ([email protected]) if you require additional information.
Please consider submitting a manuscript on international approaches in teacher education!

L750/L630 (F. Pawan) open TO ALL GRADUATE STUDENTS at all levels

The Second/Foreign language teacher preparation and professional development seminar course is now reconfigured to be available for registration for all graduate students (doctoral and masters levels) as an L750 or L630 class. (Note: New and first semester online EdD students should sign up for the class as an L630).

Class coverage and topics: The seminar is now open for registration for new/incoming and current graduate students. The focus of the class is on issues researched in second/foreign language teacher training (pre-service) and professional development of second/foreign language teachers (in-service). Areas to be covered will include topics that fall under the new (2019) research and practice strands outlined by the national TESOL organization. They include for example, participatory and “appreciative” approaches to language program evaluation; socially-just language teacher education practices for refugee-background English learners; online language teacher education, communality and personal learning networks; Content-Based Instruction (CBI) in domestic and English-Medium Instruction (EMI) in international contexts; and intercultural communication assessment in teacher education.

Nature of Class: This is a "flipped class" whereby seminar class time will be spent on discussions of assigned and student-generated readings, as well as discussions/engagements with established and emerging scholars in TESOL’s Teacher Education and Teacher Learning Special Interest Group (TEIS).

Deliverables/Final Projects: In consultation with the instructor, students will self-select areas to explore and research in second/foreign language teacher education and professional development. Multimodal projects are encouraged.

Contact Faridah Pawan ([email protected]) if you require additional information.

Thank you.
|Faridah Pawan PhD| Professor|ESL/EFL Teacher Education|
|School of Education|Department of Literacy, Culture & Language Education|
|Indiana University| Bloomington | Indiana 47405, USA|www.fpawan.com|
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Literacy, Culture, and Language Education teaches current and future teachers how to teach and research in the areas of English Education, Foreign and Second Language Education, and Literacy/Reading Education.

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201 N. Rose Ave., Room #3044
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This special issue of The Canadian Modern Language Review (CMLR) aims to amplify and extend this work by bringing together articles in English and French that theorize the intersection of race/racism, migration, and white-settler and other colonialisms with issues related to language teaching and learning. We are interested in data-driven theoretical or practice-oriented submissions that do more than describe the impact of these intersections on the identities and ideologies present across various language-education contexts. In addition, we invite submissions that explore these intersections in relation to pedagogies and policies that contribute to undoing current inequities in educational opportunities and outcomes.
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The World Language Festival (WLF) has been hosted by the Center for Language Technology (housed under the College of Arts and Sciences) at the IU Bloomington campus five times since 2009. With a persistent theme of “Widen Your World: Learn a Foreign Language,” WLF aims to celebrate the diverse cultures and languages of our world and to showcase the outstanding instruction and language resources at IUB and its surrounding community. Offering over 75 languages and 80 overseas study programs, IUB is a world renowned university committed to language study and global cultures.

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For more information, visit wlf.indiana.edu.

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[05/07/21]   Dear Graduate Students,

The following class will be offered fully online asynchronous for Fall 2021, so please feel free to enroll:

EDUC-H637/J760 (Number 42636): Topical Seminar: International Perspectives on Democratic Citizenship Education
(online asynchronous), Dr. Patricia Kubow

Course Description:
Critical examination of citizenship education in international perspective. Comparative survey of major citizenship concepts and issues of contemporary education in developed and developing countries. Development of a professional understanding of global-local debates on culture, pluralism, democracy, and globalization and how they influence formal education.

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Patricia K. Kubow, Ph.D.
Professor, International Comparative Education
Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies and Department of Curriculum & Instruction
Program Coordinator, International Comparative Education program
Faculty Affiliate, African Studies
Faculty Affiliate, Center for the Study of the Middle East
Indiana University
School of Education
W.W. Wright Education Building
201 N. Rose Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47405-1006

Phone: (812) 855-0172; (812) 856-8399
Fax: (812) 856-8394
Email: [email protected]

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Register in advance for this meeting: https://iu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcoce-grj4oHdae2tOtWeXgEEL2_GN84srK
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Prepare for a career as a leading literacy and language educator. In this program you’ll build upon your knowledge and improve your skills through an understanding of the essential integration of literacy, culture, and language. You’ll also apply research-based knowledge in practice with opportunities in formal and informal settings.

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