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Teacher resources : Events & workshops

Upcoming Events

April 16-17 , 2007 : Colloquium on Minority Languages and the Prevention of School and Social Exclusion

Monday, April 16

2:00-
3:30 pm

CIESAS Materials from pilot interventions with Mexican indigenous groups, especially children, will be presented, such as 3D videos and DVD animation. Conversation with UW Students on Minority Languages, Cultures, and School Exclusion with the presenters and discussants.

3:30 pm
Refreshment Break (Bagels, fruits and trail blazer)

4:00-
5:30 pm

Lecture by Prof. José Antonio Flores Farfán, CIESAS-México (Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social) and ACLC, University of Amsterdam: Indigenous Languages Revitalization: The Contribution of Collaborative Sociolinguistic Work.
Tuesday, April 17

12:00-
1:30 pm

Brown Bag Lecture by Prof. Christian Alin, IUFM de Lyon, France: Mourning Over Language Slavery - The Recognition of Creole in French West Indies Education (Brown Bag Lunches available to participants)

2:00-
3:30 pm

Debate on Minority Languages and the Prevention of Social and School Exclusion with discussants from UW

3:30 pm

Refreshment Break (Bagels, fruits and trail blazer)

4:00-
5:30 pm
Lecture by Prof. Danielle Zay, Université de Lille III, France: European Models for the Prevention of Social and School Exclusion .

March 19-20 , 2007 : International Education Conference

The Challenges of Citizenship and Literacy in a Global Society.
Location Madison Marriot West Hotel. 1313 John Q. Hammonds Drive Middleton, WI  53562 (608) 831-2000
Further Information http://education.wisc.edu/elpa/conferences/iec/index.shtm

 

Prior Events

November 6, 2006 : Colloquium on Linguistic Human Rights

10:00-11:30 am
Graduate student meeting with Professors Phillipson and Skutnabb-Kangas 220 Teacher Education
12:00-
1:30 pm
English: a lingua franca or an Anglo-American Frankenstein? by Professor Robert Phillipson , Copenhagen Business School , Denmark. Red Gym, On Wisconsin Room. Free admission

2:00-
4:00 pm

Response and discussion from multiple campus scholars. Red Gym, On Wisconsin Room. Free admission
4:00-
5:30 pm
Prerequisites for Linguistic Human Rights: Intellectual Games versus Respect for Language Identities by Dr. Tove Skutnabb-Kangas Roskilde University , Dept of Languages and Culture , Denmark , and Åbo Akademi University Vasa, Dept of Education, Finland. Red Gym, On Wisconsin Room. Free admission

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