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Bilingual Children Not Subject to Language Trade-Off
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The American University School of Education is organizing its annual Community-Based Heritage Language Schools Conference to promote collaboration among educators, families, and researchers (online on October 8-9)
Podcast Révolution bilingue
Auteur d'une dizaine de livres sur la psycholinguistique et le bilinguisme, le professeur François Grosjean sort son dernier ouvrage, Life as a Bilingual, dans lequel il reprend les billets qu'il a écrit pour Psychology Today, dans un blog fréquenté par plus de deux millions de lecteurs.
Call for Papers: Deadline Sept. 30, 2021
In this book, we wish to examine the potential of multilingual education across the countries of Africa and in diverse sectors. Authors are invited to present an essay about the local applications of various models of dual-language education and the ways to encourage their growth and scale.
The book takes a close look at interactions between Latino students and Non-Latino teachers in ways that develop and expand the cultural competence of teachers. Preservice and veteran educators alike will benefit from current research and theories on Latinos and education as well as the personal essays presenting that reveal the raw perspective of Latinos as they deal with racism and marginalization.
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