Members

Research group members are nationally and internationally renowned in the area of language teaching.

Stéphanie Arnott

Stéphanie Arnott

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa

Francis Bangou, Chair

Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa

Douglas Fleming

Douglas Fleming

Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa

Carole Fleuret

Carole Fleuret

Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa

Marie-Josée Vignola

Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa

News

Meike Wernicke seminar

Seminar with EducLang member Meike Wernicke

The Native Speaker in L2 Education: What is the Impact on Teacher Identity?

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Affiche pour bourse de voyage ACLA/CAAL

ACLA/CAAL & Congress 2018 Funding Opportunities for graduate students presenters

The Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics / L’Association canadienne de linguistique appliquée wants you to join us at Congress 2018 at the University of Regina!

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Portrait de Joël Thibault en avant plan d'une illustration d'une conférence

Seminar with EducLang Member Joël Thibault

Teaching grammar using the plurinormalist repertoire of students: A paradox?

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Activities

Reading group

Periodical meetings to discuss and share opinions on concepts, methodologies from a book or a text.

Seminar

Online or in the classroom, the research group members, affiliated members and students will present their research projects.

Conference

In 2018, EducLang is organizing an international conference gathering an important number of renown researchers in second language.

Coups de cœur

I Learn America

This documentary follows the journey of five newly arrived immigrant adolescents in a New York City high school during an entire year. The associated website is also very interesting.

Bagages

Watch the amazing movie Bagages, produced by teachers from the Marguerite Bourgeois school board. This movie on the migratory journey is touching, real, without pathos… it raises awareness on the meaning of the migratory journey and the sacrifices it comes with.