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Call for Papers: Teachers College Columbia University Roundtable in Second Language Studies
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TCCRISLS 2014 will feature four types of presentations: Theoretical approaches to L2 learning and assessment Theoretical approaches to learning and assessment in the content areas Empirical studies on learning-oriented L2 assessment Technological innovations and other applications of LOA in learning or assessment contexts

When: 5/10/2014
Where: Teachers College, Columbia University
Cowin Center, 1st Floor Horace Mann
New York, New York 
United States

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The 3rd Teachers College, Columbia University Roundtable in Second Language Studies (TCCRISLS), which will take place October 10-12, 2014, is now accepting abstract submissions for empirical papers.

This year's theme is: Learning-Oriented Assessment in Language Classrooms and Large-Scale Assessment Contexts.

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Call for Papers

TCCRISLS brings together experts from around the world to examine and discuss theory, research and practice in the area of second language (L2) studies. The topic of TCCRISLS 2014 is Learning-Oriented Assessment (LOA) and its application in L2 classroom and assessment contexts. LOA is an approach to assessment that prioritizes the centrality of L2 processing and the promotion of L2 learning outcomes in a variety of learning and assessment contexts.

TCCRISLS 2014 will host a number of invited speakers from around the world to present on theoretical and applied aspects of assessment and learning. However, abstracts are also solicited for presentations of completed empirical research on topics related to learning and assessment. These presentations will be allotted 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes for questions from the audience. Periodically, throughout the conference, roundtable discussions will be organized.

Deadline: May 10, 2014

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