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ECIS ESLMT Conference Copenhagen (2-5 March, 2017)
"The Power of Multilingual Classrooms in International Education: Implications for Curriculum Design, Teaching and Learning" 
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Sunday, March 5 • 12:00 - 12:45
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Jim Cummins

Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto
Jim Cummins is a Professor Emeritus at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. His research focuses on literacy development in educational contexts characterized by linguistic diversity. In numerous articles and books he has explored the nature... Read More →
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Fred Genesee

Professor Emeritus, McGill University
Fred Genesee is Professor Emeritus in the Psychology , McGill University. He has conducted extensive research on alternative forms of bilingual/ immersion education for language minority and majority students, the academic development of at-risk students in bilingual programs. language... Read More →
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Pauline Gibbons

Pauline Gibbons is an Adjunct Professor at the University of New South Wales Australia, where she teaches courses in teaching English as a second language. Her work with teachers has taken her to Hong Kong, Sweden, Laos, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, China, South Africa, Marshall... Read More →
avatar for Else Hamayan

Else Hamayan

My first experience with multilingualism came at the age of 5 when my mother dropped me off at the “madrasat al rahbat” (the nuns’ school) in Baghdad. I discovered that I was the only one who spoke Armenian, and everyone else spoke something I couldn’t understand (turned out... Read More →
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Stephen Krashen

榮譽教授 Professor Emeritus, 南加州大學 University of Southern California
Dr. Stephen Krashen, Professor Emeritus of USC (University of Southern California) has published more than 300 papers as a linguistic researcher. He is most famously known for his Theory of SLA, which includes 5 hypotheses: Acquisition-Learning Hypothesis, the Input Hypothesis... Read More →
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Paul Kei Matsuda

Professor of English and Director of Second Language Writing, Arizona State University
Paul Kei Matsuda is Professor of English and Director of Second Language Writing at Arizona State University, where he works closely with doctoral students specializing in second language writing from various disciplinary perspectives. Paul is Founding Chair of the Symposium on... Read More →
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Alex Rawlings

Alex was born and raised in London to a half-Greek mother and English father. As a child he spent his time between the UK, Greece and Japan, where his father worked for four years. Having always been surrounded by languages, he began to study them independently aged 14. In 2012, while... Read More →


Sunday March 5, 2017 12:00 - 12:45 CET
Congress Hall