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Fall Retreat: Addressing Linguistic Bias to Support All Learners
September 30 @ 8:45 am - 11:30 am
Join us on Friday Sept 30, 9-11:30. The retreat will explore and address linguistic bias to better support all learners. This includes learners for whom a language other than English is their first language, and learners for whom academic standard varieties of English are not their dominant language. Detailed speaker and event agenda to information to follow. This will be a two-track hybrid event. Join us in Gordon Commons OR on Zoom.
(Left to right)
- Mariana Pacheco, UW-Madison School of Education, researches meaningful opportunities for bi/multilingual and English Learner students to use their full linguistic resources for literacy learning and self-determination.
- Anne Harper Charity Hudley, Stanford Graduate School of Education, researches language variation in secondary schools.
- (other speakers TBD)
- Multilingualism and Education in Wisconsin (over 100 interviews to learn about Wisconsinites)
- 10 Ways to Tackle Linguistic Bias in Our Classrooms (Inside Higher Ed)
- 10 Ways to Tackle Linguistic Bias in Our Classrooms (NCTE)
- Language Ideologies and Linguistic Discrimination (a group of linguists who have been meeting for shared learning and discussion of possible new forms of outreach related to language ideologies and linguistic discrimination)
- Multilingual UW-Madison (Learn about the diverse ways that language intersects with the teaching, research, and professional and personal identities of different members of the UW-Madison community)
- Students’ Right to Their Own Writing (Guides for Undergraduate Research and for College Student Writers and their Instructors)
- Talking College (Real Talk about language and culture in college)
- Student Guide: Questions to Ask Your Instructors (Asking your instructors questions will help you to navigate the writing process in college, and ultimately, find a voice that feels authentic to you.)
- Black Students’ Linguistic Agency (An Evidence-Based Guide for Instructors and Students)
Thank you to the Language Institute at UW-Madison for its support and generous contributions to the Fall 2022 Retreat.
The Teaching Academy strives to make our events accessible to all. Live captioning will be provided. All events are wheelchair accessible. Please direct requests for other accommodations to email@example.com by Friday, September 23.