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Translanguaging Aotearoa (http://translanguaging.nz) seeks to bring together the vast expertise in multilingual education for a one-day symposium in Aotearoa New Zealand. The Convenors invite academics, researchers, practitioners and community participants to submit an abstract to present and attend.
Dr. Kerry Taylor-Leech
Dr. Tauwehe Tamati
University of Auckland
Themes include but are not limited to:
- Translanguaging in education
- Models of language education that support heritage language maintenance
- Inclusion of heritage language support in “mainstream” classrooms
- Support of Indigenous languages through multilingual models of education
- Support of immigrant languages through multilingual models of education
- The relationship between immersion education and translanguaging
- Fluid multilingual models of education in all models of schooling
- Community experiences with translanguaging and other models of multilingual education
- Policy and planning perspectives on translanguaging and other models of multilingual education
Pricing: Includes entry and food.
$15 unwaged & students
Embracing Multilingualism across Educational Contexts
We will also be launching the edited volume Embracing Multilingualism across Educational Contexts (2019, Victoria University Press, Edited by Corinne Seals and Vini Olsen-Reeder) at the symposium.
|9:00||On-site registration opens|
|9:30||1st Plenary: Dr. Tauwehe (Sophie) Tamati|
|10:30||Angela Bland & Juliet Kennedy, Translanguaging in Pasifika studies: A model for critical multilingual education in secondary schools|
|11:00||Nicola Daly (Translanguaging in dual language Māori-English picturebooks)|
|11:30||Saida Radjabzade (Language Policy at WIUT: Conflicting Views)|
|12:45||2nd Plenary: Dr. Kerry Taylor-Leech|
|13:30||Him Ibro, Josiah Murphy, & Tsukuru Kamiyama (Tiếng Việt or française: Translanguaging in the writing of a Vietnamese multilingual)|
|14:00||Corinne Seals and Vini Olsen-Reeder (Creating translingual materials for Māori and Samoan communities)|
|12:45||Brittany Hoback (Translanguaging as a Resource for Multilingual Education and Indigenous Language Maintenance: Ethnographic Experience from Southeast Malekula Island, Vanuatu)|
|15:15||Danping Wang (Translanguaging as a pedagogy in University-based Language Classrooms in New Zealand)|
Held inside the Hunter Council Chamber inside the Hunter Building. Ground floor staff are happy to assist with finding the Council Chamber.