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Methodologies and Practices for Approaching Learning as a Social Phenomenon Inside and Outside of school

DAY 1 – WEDNESDAY 10th December

Conference office: Theater

8:00-13:00

Registration (Theater)

8:45-9:00

Welcome and introduction (room Piaget)

9:00-10:30

Keynote presentation A: Catherine E. Brouwer: Ways to apply CA to second language use and acquisition: Six – maybe seven (room Piaget. Chair: Kristian Mortensen)

10:30-11:00

Coffee break (Theater)

11:00-12:30

Session 1.1 (room Piaget. Chair: Andrew Harris)

Session 1.2 (room Latomus. Chair: Anastasia Atabekova)

Session 1.3 (room Vygotsky. Chair: Israel Idalovichi)

11:00-11:45

1.1.1 Anna Slotte-Lüttge et al: The relation between multilingual children’s languages – status and meaning in activities

1.2.1 Susanne J. Jekat: Factors supporting L2 acquisition in a multilingual environment

1.3.1 Uri Marchaim: Learning science as a collaborative and social accomplishment

11:45-12:30

1.1.2 Leila Kääntä: The multisemiotic design of teacher evaluative corrections in CLIL classroom interaction

1.2.2 Mireille Prodeau & L’Hermitte Matrand: Literacy in L2 – a case study of adolescents from the migration

1.3.2 Hannela Dufva: Voices and images: multimodal data in the analysis of language users’ beliefs

12:30-13:45

Lunch

13:45-15:15

Keynote presentation B: Donald Carroll – Embracing the body in second language interaction and learning (room Piaget. Chair: Kristian Mortensen)

15:15-15:45

Coffee break (Theater)

15:45-16:30

Session 2.1 (room Piaget. Chair: Spencer Hazel)

Session 2.2 (room Latomus. Chair: Adam Le Nevez)

Session 2.3 (room Vygotsky. Chair: Tom Koole)

2.1.1 Myrte Gosen: Reading aloud of picture books at kindergarten – the influence of interaction on children’s learning and development

2.2.1 Israel Idalovichi: What can lead Israeli-Ethiopian students en route for academic succes

2.3.1 Liisa Tainio & Arja Piirainen-Marsh: Video-playing as a site for developing media literacy

16:30-18:00

Opening of poster and project presentations (Theater)

16:30-18:30

Reception – hosted by LCMI (Theater)

Methodologies and Practices for Approaching Learning as a Social Phenomenon Inside and Outside of school

DAY 2 – THURSDAY 11th December

Conference office: Theater

9:00-10:30

Keynote presentation C: Pilar Lacasa – Children and new media ecologies: Bringing commercial videogames into the classroom. (room Piaget. Chair: Charles Max)

10:30-11:00

Coffee break (Theater)

11:00-12:30

Session 3.1 (room Piaget. Chair: Catherine Brouwer)

Session 3.2 (room Montessori. Chair: Isabelle Chassine)

Session 3.3 (room Vygotsky. Chair: Jérome Jaminet)

11:00-11:45

3.1.1 Evelyne Pochon: Discourse organization and task accomplishment

3.2.1 Francisca Rousselot: “Echafaudage” ou étayage? Une réflexion socio-interactionniste et constructiviste

3.3.1 Bronya Calderon: Blurring the lines for learning – how children make meaning with digital technologies in informal learning environments

11:45-12:30

3.1.2 Tom Koole: Display of epistemic access

3.2.2 Alexandra Vasilopoulou: Repair in Greek nursery classrooms -interactional and pedagogical practices

3.3.2 Mahdi Nasiri: Cognitive-social debate in second language acquisition from learner’s perspective

12:30-13:45

Lunch

13:45-15:15

Keynote presentation D: Annalisa Sannino: Experiencing conversations: Bridging the gap between discourse and activity (room Piaget. Chair: Charles Max)

15:15-15:45

Coffee break (Theater)

15:45-17:15

Keynote presentation E: Fritjof Sahlström: Learning and teaching as longitudinal constituted activities in children’s lives in – and outside of school (room Piaget. Chair: Anne Meyer)

Methodologies and Practices for Approaching Learning as a Social Phenomenon Inside and Outside of school

DAY 3 – FRIDAY 12th December

Conference office: Theater

9:00-10:30

Keynote presentation F: Gabriele Pallotti: Describing and measuring learning in multilingual settings from a socio-interactional perspective (room Piaget. Chair: Gudrun Ziegler)

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:30

Session 5.1 (room Piaget. Chair: Evelyne Pochon)

Session 5.2 (room Latomus. Chair: Pilar Lacasa)


11:00-11:45

5.1.1 Virginie Fasel & Simone Groeber: Who’s the learner? Negotiation of expertise and participation in the second language classroom

5.2.1 Anastasia Atabekova: LSP teaching in social context – multimodal approach

11:45-12:30

5.1.2 Andrew Harris & Steve Walsh: Conceptualising classroom interactional competence

5.2.2 Jörg Dinkelaker & Matthis Herrle: Analyzing patterns of coordination in adult education courses

12:45-13:15

Conference closing (room Piaget. Chairs: Charles Max & Kristian Mortensen)

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