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【Call for Abstracts】 FEUSP Webinar on Language and Literacy Education: Cross-National Experiences Published:2021-09-26 18:33:29  Views:10

The School of Education from the University of São Paulo, Brazil, will be hosting a virtual webinar Language and Literacy Education: Cross-National Experiences for faculty and graduate students from International Network of Education Institutes (INEI) institution partners.

The webinar Language and Literacy Education: Cross-National Experiences will be held on December 10, 2021, Friday, 7pm-00:30am(+1, Beijing Time).

This virtual webinar aims at engaging faculty and students in cross-national critical dialogues around topics related to language and literacy research. It also aims at voicing different worldviews and strengthening collaboration among INEI institutions.

As a member of INEI, the Call for Abstracts is open to faculty, full-time graduate students from Faculty of Education, BNU.

The Faculty of Education intends to select 3 graduate students to participate in this virtual webinar. Interested students are welcome to sign up, the specific information are as follows:

1. Theme: Language and Literacy Education: Cross-National Experiences

2. Date: December 10, 2021, Friday, 7pm-00:30am(+1, Beijing Time)

3. Language: English

4. If you would like to be considered participation of the webinar, please submit the following materials

1Title of your paper and abstract

2Resume

Note: Please pack the above materials and send it to the email: oie-foe@bnu.edu.cn by October 6, 2021. The subject of the email should indicate: INEI Virtual Webinar (FEUSP) + name. Please refer to the attached document for details.


Contact Information:

Ms. Tianjiao LU

Tel: 58800885


Overview and Preliminary Programme_INEI Virtual Webinar_Language and Literacy Education.pdf

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