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On the Cutting Edge March 24 3pm

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On the Cutting Edge: Graduate Student Panels

March 24, 2017, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm PST

 

To join this live event, click here

Recording: https://youtu.be/UKyoEkh6jzk

 

Time  Presenter  Title  Summary  Links to materials 
 

Yang Liu

Lin Zhou 

A Multimodal Analysis of Communicative Projects in a Mobile-enabled and Place-based Game     
  Abir Elshaban Do you or your teachers resist the use of technology? I can help! 

In her presentation, Abir will share part of her dissertation that includes an innovative strategy for diffusing educational technology among in-service language teachers. With the guidance of her advisor Dr. Egbert, Abir believes that the Model will be a great add to the CALL field.

 
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  Chioma Ezeh 
Affordances of Immersive Virtual Learning Environments for ELLs' Fluency Development 
This presenter will share an ongoing research on the affordances of immersive virtual environments in oral language fluency tasks for English learners’ engagement. The focus of the research is on how learners use language in a Minecraft field trip and what opportunities they have for engagement in oral fluency tasks.      

 

 

Presenter Bios: 
Yang Liu (yl6@hawaii.edu)
Lin Zhou (linzhou@hawaii.edu)

Chioma Ezeh (chioma.ezeh@wsu.edu)  

The presenter, Chioma Ezeh, currently pursues a Master's degree in English Language Learners at Washington State University.  Her interests include engaging in intensive research around individualized instruction including enhancing second language acquisition and culture learning with technology use and pedagogical strategies that promote academic achievements of linguistically and culturally diverse learners in the classroom. She is passionate about managing diversity in the classroom. 

Abir Elshaban (abirelshaban@yahoo.com)

Abir El Shaban is a PhD candidate in the Language, Literacy, and Technology Program, College of Education at Washington State University. Her research interest include, but not limited to, teacher development, second language acquisition and intercultural studies. She coaches teachers to infuse effective strategies using education technology to support content and language objectives. El Shaban thrives to engage students in technology-enhanced language learning environments. 

Ellen Dougherty - Moderator (doughertyellem@gmail.com)

Ellen Dougherty is a doctoral candidate in TESOL, cognate technology, at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She holds an MA in Leadership from McGill University.  She has over 25 years experience with second language learners both as an educator and administrator in North America and the Middle East.

 

 

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