Tag Archives: Educational Lingusitics

Conferences: VirginiA Language, Linguistics, and Education (VALLE)

Students at George Mason University are hosting a conference next spring. VALLE: VirginiA Language, Linguistics, and Education symposium. Details are forthcoming, but save the date! Friday, April 27, 2012 Advertisements

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Classroom Activities: Computer Language vs. the Real World

Image via Wikipedia Teachers everywhere are bemoaning the use of text and facebook language in the papers their students are submitting for grades.  I’m in this camp some days, too.  Even email seems to be losing its formality, and I’m … Continue reading

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The Center for Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning

Last week, I attended NWAV39, which overlapped with AAL.  Sharroky Hollie served on a panel with several other experts on how to make education more responsive to linguistic differences.  Dr. Hollie’s presentation was amazing.  Here’s a link to the research … Continue reading

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