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Professor Hansun Waring and Ed.D student Elizabeth Reddington to present at Colloquium at AAAL 2013  ☆

DIS Research Methods and Research Questions in Humor Studies This colloquium critically examines the present research agenda in humor studies and calls for its expansion, in terms of both the research methods being used and the types of questions being asked. The contributions of mixed methods, conversation analysis, longitudinal case studies, and acoustic analysis to …

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Professors James Purpura and Hansun Waring to present at Colloquium at AAAL 2013  ☆

ILTA at AAAL Colloquium - Learning-Oriented Assessment (LOA) in Classrooms: A Place where SLA, Interaction, and Language Assessment Interface Many L2 assessment researchers (e.g., Rea-Dickins, 2003; Leung, 2005) have acknowledged the central role that assessment plays in L2 classrooms and have recognized the need to relate assessment principles and practices to teaching and learning. Empirical …

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Dr. Carolin Fuchs and Dr. Bill Snyder to present at Roundtable Session at AAAL 2013  ☆

It's Not Just the Tool: Instructional Design for Exploiting the Potential of Social Networking This case study explores the extent to which pre-service language teachers used Google Wave, an online writing tool and social networking site, beyond their pedagogical tasks, and the course design implications of this use. Genre-based pedagogy may be a necessary support …

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Professor ZhaoHong Han to present at TCCRISLS at Teachers College on October 5th  ☆

40 Years Later: Updating the Fossilization Hypothesis Fossilization, an interlanguage-particular phenomenon whereby a semi-developed linguistic form or construction shows permanent resilience to environmental influence and hence absence of further progression towards the target, is one of the most popular concepts among second language researchers and teachers. In fact, it was the empirical motivation for the …

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Ed.D. Students Catherine Box & Sarah Creider to present at TESOL 2012: What Students Do: Gauging Participation by Analyzing Nonverbal Conduct 

This study analyzes the nonverbal conduct of preschool-aged bilingual/ESL (Spanish-English) students as they participate in mathematical tasks in one-on-one tutoring sessions. Using discourse analysis, presenters show that students demonstrate their engagement through gaze, gesture, and body positioning rather than talk. Such findings may aid content-area teachers in assessing student involvement.

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Ed.D. students Sarah Creider & Catherine Box to present at AAAL 2012: Showing While Telling: Performing Directions in Tutoring Sessions 

Showing While Telling: Performing Directions in Tutoring Sessions

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Professor Hansun Waring to present at AAAL 2012: “Any questions?”: Investigating the Nature of Understanding-check in the Language Classroom 

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Doctoral Student Drew S. Fagan to present at AAAL 2012: Giving Feedback Systematically: A Conversation Analytic and Ethnographic Examination of Teacher Practices 

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Dr. Carolin Fuchs and Dr. Bill Snyder with M.A. Alumni Shannon Bishop and Pantelis Charalambous to Present at AAAL 2012 

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The APPLE Lecture with Professor Thomas Cobb, Friday, February 11, 2011  ☆

The APPLE Lecture with Professor Thomas Cobb, Please join us for our annual APPLE Lecture: How the Language Teachers of the World Built A  Data-Driven Web-Based Learning Tool Professor Thomas Cobb February 11, 2011 Milbank Chapel (Zankel 125) 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. Reception will follow in Grace Dodge 179.

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Registration for the 32nd Annual NYS TESOL Applied Linguistics Winter Conference 

Registration for the 32nd Annual NYS TESOL Applied Linguistics Winter Conference is NOW OPEN!!! Pre-Registration Rates: $40 for NYS TESOL Members ($50 for Non-Members) $25 for Student Members ($35 for Non-Members) Note*: Pre-registration ends on February 7, 2011. After that, all registrations will be onsite the day of the conference at onsite prices. For registration

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ISERP – Workshop on Meaning: Language and Socio-cultural Processes – Tuesday, December 7, 2010 

This is being put on by the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy at Columbia University: “Workshop on Meaning: Language and Socio-cultural Processes” co-organizers Harrison White and Corinne Kirchner are pleased to announce: Tuesday December 7, 2010 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Kristine Billmyer, PhD Featured Speaker Dean, School of Continuing Education Columbia University "Sociolinguistics …

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