FIPLV 2018 (with ACTFL 2018), New Orleans USA: Call for Proposals Now Open (till 12 Jan 2018)

FIPLV 2018 with ACTFL 2018 Call for Proposals Now Open

ACTFL Annual Convention and World Languages Expo

(Incorporating the FIPLV World Congress)

The 2018 ACTFL Annual Convention and World Languages Expo of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) will be held November 16-18 with pre-convention workshops on Thursday, November 15 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. This year we will be incorporating the FIPLV World Congress as part of the convention.

The Convention features more than 800 educational sessions covering the whole spectrum of the language profession. The entire selection process is designed to provide attendees with an exciting array of sessions and events to further your knowledge and skills to become better, well-informed teachers and administrators. Join thousands of your colleagues from around the world at the most comprehensive professional development event available to language educators today. We welcome language educators at all levels and of all languages to submit a proposal.

Please note: When you log in, it is very important that you carefully read all the information in the Submission Guidelines and Presenter Responsibilities, and also view the tutorial video before proceeding to complete your online submission. The submission deadline is Friday, January 12, 2018 at 11:59pm Eastern Time. All proposals for consideration must be submitted online and will not be accepted after the deadline date.

Visit the ACTFL website for more information and to submit your proposal now.

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[CJE/RCE] New Issue Published [RCÉ] Parution du dernier numéro

Dear Readers:

Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation has just
published its latest issue at www.cje-rce.ca. We invite you to review the
Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and
items of interest.

Thank you for your continuing interest in our work,
Katy Ellsworth
acde@telus.net
follow us on Twitter @cje_rce

Chers lecteurs,

Le plus récent numéro de laRevue canadienne de l’éducation vient d’être
publié à l’adresse suivante : www.cje-rce.ca. Nous vous invitons à
consulter la table des matières, puis à visiter notre site Web pour y lire
les articles qui vous intéressent.

Nous vous remercions de l’intérêt que vous portez à notre revue.

Cordiales salutations,

Katy Ellsworth
acde@telus.net
Suivez-nous sur Twitter @cje_rce
Directrice de la publication

Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation
Vol 40, No 3 (2017)
Table of Contents
http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce/issue/view/115

Editorial/Éditorial
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Editorial (i-iii)
Chris DeLuca, Theodore Christou

Articles
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La différenciation pédagogique dans le Parcours de formation axée sur
l’emploi : un répertoire de possibilités à développer (1-25)
Nadia Rousseau, Léna Bergeron
Élaboration d’un questionnaire sur le mentorat reçu par les directions
d’établissement scolaire primaire et secondaire au Québec (26-59)
Roula Hadchiti, Eric Frenette, Marc Dussault, Julien D’amours-Raymond
La qualité de vie au travail des éducatrices de la petite enfance
(60-91)
Nicole Royer, Claire Moreau, Sandra Chiasson-Desjardins
Miscalculations: Decolonizing and Anti-Oppressive Discourses in Indigenous
Mathematics Education (92-122)
Stavros Georgios Stavrou, Dianne Miller
L’expérimentation de nouveaux modèles d’action pédagogique au sein
d’une communauté professionnelle d’apprentissage en formation
professionnelle (123-156)
Anabelle Viau-Guay, Christine Hamel
Mapping the Field: Examining the Recertification of Internationally Educated
Teachers (157-190)
Lilach Marom
Accessing the Curricular Play of Critical and Creative Thinking (191-218)
Margaret Macintyre Latta, Kelly Hanson, Karen Ragoonaden, Wendy
Briggs, Tamalee Middleton
L’incidence du volet scolaire du projet Ruelle de l’Avenir sur la
motivation et la performance d’élèves de milieux défavorisés
(219-244)
Roch Chouinard, Caroline Levasseur, Julie Bergeron, François
Bowen, Pascale Lefrançois, Louise Poirier
We Cannot Call Back Colonial Stories: Storytelling and Critical Land
Literacy (245-271)
Rosalind Hampton, Ashley DeMartini
La qualité des interactions en classe de maternelle 4 ans à mi-temps au
Québec (272-301)
Caroline Bouchard, Gilles Cantin, Annie Charron, Hélène Crépeau, Julie
Lemire
L’analyse de contenu, une voie d’or pour l’analyse des politiques
éducatives ? Étude de cas du programme d’Histoire et éducation à
la citoyenneté et de sa controverse (302-328)
Olivier Lemieux, Abdoulaye Anne, Isabelle Bélanger
Making Sense of the Performance (Dis)advantage for Immigrant Students Across
Canada (329-361)
Louis Volante, Don Klinger, Ozge Bilgili, Melissa Siegel
Assessing Young Children’s Oral Language: Recommendations for Classroom
Practice and Policy (362-392)
Alesia Malec, Shelley Peterson, Heba Elshereif

Canadian Society for the Study of Education
Société canadienne pour l’étude de l’éducation
http://www.cje-rce.ca

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Happy 50th Anniversary to MAPRYAL

International Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature (MAPRYAL) recently celebrated its 50th anniversary in Paris. Here is a report from the association in Russian. Here is a report in English. 

Below MAPRYAL’s report you will see a Message from FIPLV for MAPRYAL’s 50th anniversary.

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Association des Professeurs de Langues Vivantes: numéro 3-2017 des Langues Modernes 

Association des Professeurs de Langues Vivantes 

L’APLV a le plaisir de vous annoncer la parution du numéro 3-2017 des Langues Modernes et vous remercie par avance de la diffusion que vous pourrez en assurer dans vos réseaux.

Les langues de spécialité
coordonné par Jean-Marc Delagneau

Sommaire :
Introduction, par Jean-Marc Delagneau
* État des lieux sur l’enseignement et la recherche dans le champ de l’espagnol de spécialité en France, par Marcelo Tano
* L’étude de cas en anglais financier et ses fondements théoriques, par Michel Van Der Yeught
* Approche par projet en anglais de spécialité dans la filière SHS, par Linda Terrier
* Enseigner la traduction juridique en master de traduction professionnelle, allemand-français, par Margarete Durr et Thierry Grass
* Didactique de l’anglais juridique : de l’utilité des fictions judiciaires, par Sandrine Chapon
* La didactique des langues de spécialité : un champ disciplinaire singulier ?, par Cédric Sarré
* L’anglais de spécialité, une motivation forte pour l’élève de lycée professionnel, par Catherine Gendron
* Approche actionnelle et formation aux langues de spécialité : récit d’expérience d’un projet à double entrée, par Émilie Perrichon
* Conception et mise en œuvre d’un enseignement en anglais de spécialité du Génie Chimique – Génie des Procédés, par Katia Seus-Walker et Danielle Joulia
* L’apprentissage du raisonnement clinique (ARC) en anglais : De l’anglais pour la médecine à la médecine en anglais, par Didier Carnet

Lire les résumés des articles : aplv-languesmodernes.org/spip.php?article6663
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Les Langues Modernes de 1903 à 2003 en accès libre et gratuit sur Gallica.
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IDV: 11 Thesen zur Stärkung und Weiterentwicklung von Deutsch als Fremd- und Zweitsprache

Die ausführliche Fassung der Freiburger Sprachenpolitischen Resolution ist hier abrufbar.

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 MIME – Mobility and Inclusion in Multilingual Europe

FIPLV is happy to support MIME as part of its Stakeholder Forum.

The core assumption of the MIME project is that “mobility” and “inclusion” are not incompatible, but that they do not necessarily converge, and that societies (and even individual citizens) are often confronted with a trade-off between them. In general, more mobility may compromise inclusion and cohesion, while a focus on inclusion and cohesion may impair mobility. This assumption will be investigated and evaluated in several of the case studies MIME will produce, and pave the way for the next step in the MIME approach. How can we ease these tensions through well-designed policies?

See the website for further information: http://mime-project.org

The research has received funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme under grant agreement No. 613334 (Project MIME).

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ECOLINGUISTICS: Rhymed Reflections by Francisco Gomes de Matos, Brazil

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Slovene Association of LSP Teachers (SDUTSJ): report on recent conference

In 2017 the Slovene Association of LSP Teachers (SDUTSJ), one of FIPLV’s most recent members, celebrated the 20th anniversary of its existence. To commemorate the anniversary, SDUSTJ organised the association’s first international conference, whose goal was to consolidate collaboration with existing partners and establish new links within the broader international research and teaching community. More information on the conference is available at: http://www.sdutsj.edus.si/englishconference2017.html.

Above you will see a photo of Dr Violeta Jurkovič, the conference cordinator, addressing participants. Below you can see Dr Saša Podgoršek, the new President of SDUTSJ.

Below you will also see two photos of Prof Paolo Balboni, President of FIPLV, who represented our Federation at the conference and gave a keynote address.

 

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The Goals of Peace Linguistics, by Francisco Gomes de Matos

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PROFILE Issues in Teachers’ Professional Development, Colombia: invitation to publish

PROFILE Issues in Teachers’ Professional Development is a peer-reviewed journal edited at Universidad Nacional de Colombia and published each January and July.

The PROFILE journal features articles in English by teacher-researchers on topics related to the teaching and learning of English as a second/foreign language, teacher education, and language policies.

We invite teacher-researchers to send their in-progress or final research reports as well as their reflections or pedagogical innovations in the field of English language teaching. Contributions based on research conducted by pre-service teachers as part of the monographs undertaken to get their BEd or BA degrees are also welcome.

Deadlines: For the January issue, April 1 of the previous year. For the July issue, October 1 of the previous year.

http://revistas.unal.edu.co/index.php/profile

E-mail: rprofile_fchbog@unal.edu.co, profilejournal@gmail.com

Twitter: @PROFILEJournal / Facebook: @theprofilejournal

Yours faithfully,


Melba Libia Cárdenas B.
PROFILE Journal Editor

Foreign Languages Department, Universidad Nacional de Colombia – Bogotá
Tel. (571) 3165000 Ext. 16780 

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