CELC, National University of Singapore:
Strengthening Connectivities in ELT: Pedagogies, Disciplines, Cultures (day 2 of 3)
Date: Thursday, May 26th, 2016 Time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Speaker: Suresh Canagarajah (Pennsylvania State University), Paul Kei Matsuda (Arizona State University), Ryuko Kubota (University of British Columbia); Call for papers due Nov 15, 2015
The Centre for English Language Communication, National University of Singapore invites English language teaching (ELT) practitioners and scholars to the 5th CELC symposium on the theme, Strengthening connectivities in ELT: pedagogies, disciplines, cultures, from 25 to 27 May 2016 at the National University of Singapore. The main aim of the CELC symposium is to bridge theory and practice. It is a gathering of ELT practitioners and scholars from all over the world to share state-of-the-art language teaching and learning ideas. The symposium combines classroom-based research paper presentations, workshops, demonstrations, poster sessions, colloquia and focused panel discussions to give presenters and participants an enriching professional development experience.
The CELC Symposium 2016 aims to provide a platform for examining how ELT, in higher education today, is multi-pedagogical, interdisciplinary and intercultural. Specifically, we are interested in papers that focus on emergent connections between different disciplinary ideas and methods as well socio-cultural, institutional and digital contexts that variously shape and are, in turn, enhanced by pedagogical engagements within the language and communication classroom. "Strengthening connectivities in ELT: pedagogies, disciplines, cultures" thus seeks to explore how the three paradigms are evolving and how they continually interact with and impact one another. Information on the symposium can be found at nus.edu.sg/celc/symposium.
Organization: The Centre for English Language Communication (CELC), National University of Singapore (CELC, National University of Singapore)
Venue: National University of Singapore
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