Innovations at the Intersection of Language, Learning, and Culture
The School of Education at Virginia International University will be hosting its inaugural Conference on Language, Learning, and Culture (CLLC) on April 11-12, 2014, with the goal of sharing best practices and emerging trends in these closely intertwined areas.
This year’s theme, Innovations at the Intersection of Language, Learning, and Culture, intends to frame educational experiences as ideally meeting the needs of diverse students, their communities, and the various stakeholders who can benefit from high-quality, socially responsive language programs.
Plenary speakers include:
- Dr. Terrence G. Wiley, President and CEO of the Center for Applied Linguistics, on the multilingual heritage and contemporary linguistic diversity in the US
- Dr. Shelley Wong, Professor at George Mason University and past TESOL President, on student advocacy and empowerment
- Dr. Ken Petersen, Technical Director of Online Learning & Assessment for American Councils for International Education, on innovations in technology for the modern classroom
Conference strands: Language Learning and Development, Pedagogical Considerations, Program Evaluation and Policy, & Language in Society.
Conference Organizer’s Message
- Abstract Guidelines
- Overview of Events
- Key Dates
- Plenary Speakers
- Sponsorship and Exhibition
- Presentations and Workshops