Marie-Émilie (Mimi) Masson


Marie-Émilie (Mimi) Masson
Professor - Long term appointment

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Professor Mimi Masson


Marie-Émilie (Mimi) Masson is professor (long-term appointment) at the University of Ottawa. She teaches French, English, second language learning theories and second/foreign language pedagogy. She has worked in the public and private sectors in Japan and Canada, as a teacher and curriculum developer, with learners ranging from younger students (e.g., kindergarten, junior high school) to adults (e.g., university students, professionals). Her doctoral research in Language and Literacy Education, completed at the University of Toronto (OISE), explored how professional learning networks can support Canadian French as a second language (FSL) teacher well-being by providing opportunities to network, build community, develop their professional identities and foster leadership skills.  



Every Teacher is a Language Teacher (2020)

Hiba Elsherief & Mimi Masson

This book disseminates practices shared at the annual event Every Teacher is a Language Teacher held at the Faculty of Education (uOttawa) for all first-year Bachelor of Education teacher candidates.

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Exploring trends in the 21st century Canadian K-12 FSL research: A research synthesis (2019)

Stephanie Arnott, Mimi Masson, & Sharon Lapkin

This research synthesis aims to investigate the broader trends in K-12 French as a second language (FSL) published research from 2000-2017 (inclusive).

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News reports on research report released to the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages

L'Express, February 16, 2019


Le télé journal Ottawa-Gatineau

Ici Radio-Canada, February 14, 2019

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