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Convenors:

Shelley K. Taylor (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Saskia Van Viegen Stille (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

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This ReN falls under AILA’s “language teaching and learning” and “language in societies” strands. Its focus is on developing and supporting adaptations to learning environments for adolescents from migrant backgrounds in mainstream (Australian, Canadian, Danish, Indian, Irish and Mexican) classrooms by:

  1. Drawing on what Moll and González (1997) have termed “funds of knowledge” (the knowledge base and life strategies that children learn at home and in their local community, and which includes languages other than the language of instruction or the state language and digital literacy/digital practices) – that is, by drawing on the funds of knowledge that children learn autonomously in informal (out-of-school) settings – to enhance their development of plurilingualism and (digital) literacy in formal learning settings
  1. Exploring the potential roles of technology to promote language and literacy development
  1. Investigating learner/teacher beliefs about, and approaches to, educational innovation (specifically, computer assisted language teaching to promote digital literacy and plurilingual development)
  1. Cultivating learner autonomy (including teachers’ autonomy in their role as digital learners) and
  1. Developing learning supports (e.g., online learning material for students and professional development for teachers).

 

Damira Akynova


L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan

Paper: English-Kazakh Code Switching within the Context of Foreign Language Classroom Environment

Awardee's Report

 


Rodrigo Borba


Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Paper: Whose Ethics? Whose Politics?: A Discourse-based Approach to the Depathologization of Transsexuality

 Awardee's Report

 


Vasantha Dhanapala


University of Colombo, Sri Lanka

Paper: What Factors Contribute to L2 Text Comprehension?

Awardee's Report

 


Raquel Gamero


Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brazil

Paper: Becoming a Brazilian Researcher: An Analysis of the Context, the Literature and the Activities Performed by Senior Researchers

Awardee's Report

 


Saakshi Manocha


Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

Paper: Redeeming Saora Children’s Funds of Knowledge in MLE Schools of Odisha

Awardee's Report

 


 Mohamed Naashia


Maldives National University, Maldives

Paper: Bilingual Children’s Language Use and Linguistic Identity: Home Contributions and Family Language Policy

Awardee's Report

 


Hoa Hiep Pham
 Hue

College of Foreign Languages, Vietnam

Paper: World Englishes and Implications for Pedagogies in the English Language Classroom

Awardee's Report

 


Weiqiang Wang


Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

Paper: Students’ Perceptions of the Effects of Rubric-Referenced Self-Assessment on EFL Writing

Awardee's Report

 


 

Damira Akynova


L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan

Paper: English-Kazakh Code Switching within the Context of Foreign Language Classroom Environment

Awardee's Report

 


Rodrigo Borba


Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Paper: Whose Ethics? Whose Politics?: A Discourse-based Approach to the Depathologization of Transsexuality

 Awardee's Report

 


Vasantha Dhanapala


University of Colombo, Sri Lanka

Paper: What Factors Contribute to L2 Text Comprehension?

Awardee's Report

 


Raquel Gamero


Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brazil

Paper: Becoming a Brazilian Researcher: An Analysis of the Context, the Literature and the Activities Performed by Senior Researchers

Awardee's Report

 


Saakshi Manocha


Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

Paper: Redeeming Saora Children’s Funds of Knowledge in MLE Schools of Odisha

Awardee's Report

 


 Mohamed Naashia


Maldives National University, Maldives

Paper: Bilingual Children’s Language Use and Linguistic Identity: Home Contributions and Family Language Policy

Awardee's Report

 


Hoa Hiep Pham
 Hue

College of Foreign Languages, Vietnam

Paper: World Englishes and Implications for Pedagogies in the English Language Classroom

Awardee's Report

 


Weiqiang Wang


Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

Paper: Students’ Perceptions of the Effects of Rubric-Referenced Self-Assessment on EFL Writing

Awardee's Report

 


 

Damira Akynova


L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan

Paper: English-Kazakh Code Switching within the Context of Foreign Language Classroom Environment

Awardee's Report

 


Rodrigo Borba


Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Paper: Whose Ethics? Whose Politics?: A Discourse-based Approach to the Depathologization of Transsexuality

 Awardee's Report

 


Vasantha Dhanapala


University of Colombo, Sri Lanka

Paper: What Factors Contribute to L2 Text Comprehension?

Awardee's Report

 


Raquel Gamero


Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brazil

Paper: Becoming a Brazilian Researcher: An Analysis of the Context, the Literature and the Activities Performed by Senior Researchers

Awardee's Report

 


Saakshi Manocha


Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

Paper: Redeeming Saora Children’s Funds of Knowledge in MLE Schools of Odisha

Awardee's Report

 


 Mohamed Naashia


Maldives National University, Maldives

Paper: Bilingual Children’s Language Use and Linguistic Identity: Home Contributions and Family Language Policy

Awardee's Report

 


Hoa Hiep Pham
 Hue

College of Foreign Languages, Vietnam

Paper: World Englishes and Implications for Pedagogies in the English Language Classroom

Awardee's Report

 


Weiqiang Wang


Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

Paper: Students’ Perceptions of the Effects of Rubric-Referenced Self-Assessment on EFL Writing

Awardee's Report