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Description

CASLT is pleased to invite researchers and stakeholders in FSL teacher education to our second Faculties of Education Roundtable Event. This event will mark the launch of the FSL Teacher Education research project’s final report.

Goals

The goals of the FSL Teacher Education Roundtable are to:

  • Share and learn about research project updates from participants of the November 2020 roundtable
  • Build community among researchers and stakeholders in FSL teacher education
  • Celebrate the launch of the FSL Teacher Education research project’s final report
  • Promote your upcoming session(s) at the Languages Without Borders conference

Time & Date

March 23, 2023
4:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. EDT

Location

Westin Harbour Castle
1 Harbour Square
Toronto Ontario
M5J 1A6

Facilitators

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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Stephanie Arnott

Stephanie Arnott is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa. She is a core member of the Education and Languages Research Group (EducLang) and coordinator of the Second Language Education Cohort (cL2c). Her research focuses on student motivation, the knowledge base of L2 teachers and innovation in Canadian FSL education.

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PROFESSOR (LTA)

Mimi Masson

Mimi Masson is a professor (long-term appointment) in the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa. She works with future French as a Second Language teachers and leads the Second Language Education (cL2c) cohort in the Bachelor of Education program. Her research interests include second language teacher identities, second language teacher professional learning and development, and arts-based research/teaching practices.

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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Meike Wernicke

Meike Wernicke is Assistant Professor in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at the University of British Columbia. Her research in French-as-a-second language teacher education has focused on teacher study abroad, teacher identity, and includes research interests in intercultural education, multilingual language policy, decolonizing approaches in language education, and discourse analytic research methodologies.

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