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Education Policy and Multilingual Learners: Federal, State and Local Recommendations for the Future

9/27/2019 » 9/28/2019
Regional 2019 Classroom Assessment in Language Teaching (CALT) Conference

9/27/2019 » 9/28/2019
AATSP 12th Biennial Northeast Regional Conference

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International Conference on Integrationism
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Hosted by the Department of Applied Linguistics and the African Studies program. Integrationism is a theory of communication that emphasizes innovative participation within contexts and rejects rule-based models of language. Integrationism rejects the notion of distinctions between language and non-language. Ideas about integrationism have permeated substantial areas of language studies.

8/30/2019 to 9/2/2019
When: Thursday, August 30, 2018
Where: Pennsylvania State University
State College, Pennsylvania 
United States

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The main objective of the annual Integrational Linguistics conference is to systematically explore the nature of the overlap and the disjunctures between core ideas about Integrationism and certain philosophies of language, including Socio-Cultural Theory, Critical Discourse Theory, Identity, Translanguaging, and Systemic Functional Theory, as well as Colonial and Postcolonial Theory.

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