Le groupe de recherche Éducation et langues (EducLang) de la Faculté d’éducation de l’Université d’Ottawa, et le Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Recherche en Didactique, Éducation et Formation (LIRDEF) de l’Université de Montpellier, vous convient à un symposium portant sur les enjeux des langages associés à l’accueil des populations migrantes. Cet événement aura lieu en mode virtuelle le 31 mars 2021, de 10 h à 12 h (HAE).
In this Research Conversation, Professor Amal Boultif and Béatrice Crettenand Pecorini, Ph.D. candidate and research assistant, focused on the preliminary findings of a literature review about the uses of media and multi-modal literacy in digital contexts. This virtual event was held on March 29th, 2021.
« Apprendre et enseigner en contexte linguistique minoritaire » is a colloquium co-organized by Nathalie Bélanger of the Faculty of Education and theUniversity of Ottawa'sCentre de recherche en civilisation canadienne-française (CRCCF). This event will be held over two days, March 25 -26, 2021.
'Am I a Racist? Becoming an Ally or Activist Against Racism' is a panel discussion about creating space and awareness for open conversations on ingrained racist structures affecting students, professionals and scholars. This event is hosted by Professor Boulou Ebanda de B’béri, Special Advisor on Anti-Racism and Inclusion, and the Faculty of Education.
As part of Le mois de la francophonie, members of the Faculty of Education of the University of Ottawa and the Institute of Applied Linguistics of Abidjan will host a symposium on multilingualism and language learning on March 10, 2021, from 10 AM to 12 PM EST.
Join us for the 2021Jean-Paul Dionne Symposium 'Breaking Down Barriers: Change through Conversation, Engagement, and Action' happening on March 4-5. This year's keynote address will be given by Dr. Marie McAndrew, Emeritus Professor in the Département d’administration et fondements de l’éducation de la Faculté des sciences de l’éducation at the Université de Montréal.
Researchers from l’École normale supérieure de l’Université de Lyon and the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Education gathered for a virtual symposium on the contribution of research to professional development programs for teachers. This event took place on February 25, 2021, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (EST).
This Research Conversation, offered by professors Claire Duchesne and Ruth Kane, focused on graduate student supervision. The presenters offered a plethora of key advice to full-time Faculty members on the elements of successful supervision.
The Call for Proposals for the 2021 Jean-Paul Dionne Symposium is now open and submissions are due December 23, 2020. Graduate students are invited to submit proposals for papers, panels, workshops, Ignite sessions and Twitter posters for this year's conference which will be held March 4-5, 2021.
Faculty of Education professors Tracy Vaillancourt and Jessica Whitley are among the featured panelists for Covid-19, Children and Schools, a virtual event hosted by the Royal Society of Canada’s Working Group on Children and Schools, happening on November 23, 2020.
The Faculties of Education of the University of Ottawa and Central China Normal University came together for an online symposium Educational Development in the Age of ICT, held on November 6, 2020. Professors from both institutions presented their work and discussed current issues in education and online learning.
This session focused on preparing a conference presentation and will feature an overview of various types of presentations and on how to write a proposal for a conference such as the Jean-Paul Dionne Symposium. Professors from the Faculty of Education also shared their conference experiences as well as advice on how to stand out from the crowd as a presenter.
This session focused on preparing a conference presentation and featured an overview of various types of presentations and how to write a proposal for a conference such as the Jean-Paul Dionne Symposium.
As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches into the new school year, Canadians are thinking hard about inequities students and their families face in access to and familiarity with computers, high-speed Internet access, and related digital technologies.