Jasone Cenoz Presents: Translanguaging Strategies in the Classroom
MAY 16, 2019 | 4:30 PM TO 6:30 PM
The Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue
May 16, 2019: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Advanced Research Collaborative (ARC)
Translanguaging strategies in the classroom: bilingual and multilingual perspectives. This workshop aims at discussing the results of the research project including data from emergent bilingual students and their teachers in NY and emergent multilingual students and their teachers in the Basque Country. The aim of the seminar is to discuss the results of the project with faculty and students in GC Cuny so as to analyze the linguistic, cultural and educational factors that can explain both contexts.
Jasone Cenoz is Professor of Research Methods in Education at the University of the Basque Country, UPV/EHU, Spain. Her research focuses on multilingual education, third language acquisition, bilingualism and multilingualism. Specific topics Jasone Cenoz has investigated in her research include the multilingual lexicon, translanguaging in written production, minority languages, metalinguistic awareness, linguistic landscape, language anxiety and cross-linguistic influence. She is the author of a large number of articles and book chapters and the award-winning monograph Towards Multilingual Education (Multilingual Matters, 2009). Her latest book is Multilingual Education: Between Language Learning and Translanguaging with Cambridge Applied Linguistics (co-edited with Durk Gorter). Jasone Cenoz is Past President of the International Association of Multilingualism, and served as AILA publications coordinator for 8 years. She has recently been appointed President of Educational Science of the Spanish Research Council (Agencia Estatal de Investigación).