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This is a “Call for Abstracts” for a roundtable discussion on experiential learning in second language pedagogy at the upcoming NeMLA Conference.
44th Annual Convention, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA) March 21-24, 2013 Boston, Massachusetts Host Institution: Tufts University
Session title: “The Power of Experiential Learning in Second Language Pedagogy”
What kinds of enriched educational opportunities could be integrated in a second language environment? And what are the benefits and the challenges of developing and delivering experiential components in this context? We invite proposals for a roundtable discussion on different learning experiences such as practicum, co-curricular programs and Community
Please circulate widely.
The Trent Centre for Community Based Education (TCCBE) is seeking a Projects Coordinator (28hrs/week). Facilitating multi-stakeholder projects with the TCCBE requires a strong degree of community development and post-secondary academic-related expertise, energy and commitment.
To be successful, candidates will normally have a background in the following: community development, experiential learning, applied research, community-based research and community service-learning. Experience teaching, tutoring or similar education-related experience would be considered an asset, as would an interest in lifelong learning. Familiarity with communities in the City and County of Peterborough and with nearby south-central Ontario communities are a definite asset. Knowledge
The McConnell Foundation is pleased to congratulate the winners of the first annual Community Service-Learning (CSL) Awards, announced May 11 during the 2012 Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning Conference at the University of Saskatchewan. CSL is a model of experiential education that combines classroom teaching with volunteer work, designed to achieve community goals and to instill in students a sense of civic engagement.
With support from the Foundation, it has become a common feature of campus life across Canada, giving students a sense of real world relevance to their studies, and transforming university-community relationships.
The following CSL programs took
Don’t miss out- catch three of the plenary sessions from CACSL 2012: Impacts of Community Engagement via live streaming at no charge. All times listed are Saskatchewan time.
The Honourable Lloyd Axworthy, President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Winnipeg, Plenary Address, Friday May 11, 8:30- 10AM.
The Joy of Engagement, Panel Discussion, Sheril Gelmon, Patti McDougal, Marla Gaudet. Friday May 11, 10:20- 11:50 AM. (Saskatchewan time).
Where to From Here? Considering Impact of Community Engagement from Multiple Perspectives, Sherril Gelmon, Saturday May 12, 12:40 to 1:45 PM (Sask time).
Attend the sessions via live streaming
For more information on the speakers