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Littératies, apprentissage et enseignement efficaces pour tous

Literacies and effective learning and teaching for all

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Publié le mardi 28 août 2012 par Loïc Le Pape

Résumé

L’association IAIMTE en collaboration avec I'IUFM de l'Université Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC) organise son neuvième colloque international qui aura pour thème : « Literacies and effective learning and teaching for all ». Il aura pour objet de réflexion les littératies. Les thématiques abordées lors du colloque concerneront la lecture, la production écrite et le langage oral, ainsi que le rôle de la littératie dans les disciplines, envisagées du point de vue des curriculums, des pratiques d’enseignement et des apprentissages effectifs des élèves.

Annonce

Présentation

L’association IAIMTE (International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education) organise du 10 au 13 juin 2013 à la Faculté des sciences économiques et de gestion de l'Université Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC) son neuvième colloque international.

Organisé en collaboration avec l'Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maîtres (IUFM) de l'Université Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC), celui-ci sera présidé par Brigitte Marin, professeure des universités en science du langage à l'IUFM, et aura pour objet de réflexion les littératies.

Ouvert aux chercheurs, enseignants, étudiants ou doctorants du monde entier, le colloque international « Littératies, apprentissage et enseignement efficaces pour tous » permettra le partage de connaissances et de pratiques autour des questions de recherche dans le domaine de l’enseignant et de l’apprentissage des langues maternelles.

Les littératies comme sujet de réflexion

Les thématiques abordées lors du colloque concerneront la lecture, la production écrite et le langage oral, ainsi que le rôle de la littératie dans les disciplines, envisagées du point de vue des curriculums, des pratiques d’enseignement et des apprentissages effectifs des élèves.

Les recherches présentées pourront concerner tous les niveaux de la scolarité (enseignement primaire, secondaire, supérieur), la formation des enseignants, l’apprentissage tout au long de la vie.

Elles pourront s’inscrire dans toutes les disciplines qui contribuent à éclairer l’acquisition de la littératie : linguistique, psychologie, sociologie, littérature, didactique des différentes disciplines…

Conditions de soumission et inscriptions

Les propositions devront être envoyées entre le 1er septembre et le 15 décembre 2012.

Les acceptations de communications seront notifiées le 1er mars 2013.

Les inscriptions sont ouvertes du 15 septembre 2012 au 1er avril 2013.

La soumission des propositions de contribution ainsi que l'inscription au colloque se fait en ligne sur https://www.iaimte.org

En cas de difficulté, écrire à info@iaimte.org

Frais d'inscription

Les frais d'inscription comprennent le programme, les pauses-cafés, les repas, etc

  • 310 euros (inscription anticipée : 260 euros)
  • doctorants : 150 euros (inscription anticipée : 100 euros)
  • Dîner (optionel): 50 euros

Comité scientifique

  • Elżbieta Awramiuk / Poland
  • Luisa Araujo / Portugal Elisabeth Bautier / France
  • Jacques Crinon / France
  • Ilana Elkad Lehmann / Israel   
  • Mike Fleming / GB
  • Tanja Janssen / Netherlands 
  • Ellen Krogh / Denmark 
  • Brigitte Marin / France
  • Sylvia Müller / Switzerland
  • Irene Pieper / Germany
  • Gert Rijlaarsdam / Netherlands
  • Peter Smagorinsky / US
  • Shek Tse Kam / China
  • Dominique Ulma / France
  • Iris Winkler / Germany

Les conférenciers invités

  • Pr. Christiane Donahue, directrice de l’Institute for Writing and Rhetoric de Darmouth Colle, Hanovre, NH USA.

Cette chercheuse travaille principalement sur des thématiques liées à la didactique des langues, la linguistique, l’analyse transculturelle des écrits des élèves (intertextualité, voix, genre). Le transfert de connaissances ou de savoir-faire liés à l’écriture font également partie de ses sujets de travail, ainsi que les méthodes de recherche sur l’efficacité de l’acquisition de l’écrit en milieu scolaire.

  • Pr. Bernard Schneuwly, professeur en didactique des langues à la Faculté de psychologie et des sciences de l'éducation de l'Univeristé de Genève.

Ses thèmes de recherche concernent le développement de la langue écrite dans une perspective didactique, les différentes méthodes d’enseignement, l’expression orale et écrite, l’enseignement de la langue française à travers des outils de conceptualisation (écriture créative, grammaire, littérature). Il travaille également sur des questions d’histoire de l’enseignement et sur les liens unissant enseignement et apprentissage, d’un point de vue historique.

English version

The IAIMTE conferences, which took place every two years since 1997, are successful because of their relatively small scale, the high level of social interaction, and the diverse range of languages  and  educational  cultures  represented.  The  2013  conference  builds  on  these strengths to create a context where researchers and teacher educators meet to share their research.

We  invite  you  to  participate  in  this  conference  for  specialists  in  the  teaching  and learning of language and literature. The conference aims to exchange theory, research, curricular developments, and 'best practices' in education (at all levels, ranging from early childhood to higher education), teacher education and in service. The exchanges and interactions offer an international platform for language and education practitioners and researchers – including Ph.D. candidates – to present their research on L1 education in their particular national, educational and school contexts to a truly international audience.

 

Literacies and effective learning and teaching for all

For the 2013 conference, we are particularly interested in issues of teaching and learning in relation with literacy. The achievement of students assessed on an international basis (PISA for fifteen years old students, PIRLS for primary school students in their fourth year at school) have got the attention of managers, teachers and researchers on two major issues:

  • the difference among systems and practices when effectiveness in improving literacy is concerned, as far as improving the literacy skills of students is concerned;
  • the  differences  among  systems  and  practices  when equity  is  concerned:  in some cases, the gap between pupils may deepen, while in other cases, teaching practices may boost skilled pupils as well as underachievers.

These inquiries also shed light on the various ways of determining effectiveness and equity in teaching practices from one country to another.

In this 2013 conference, we will especially focus on effective teaching and learning, on attainment levels, on what students, teachers, schools and the educational system as a whole must  achieve.  We  strive  to  a  research  based  discussion  on  effective  instruction.  And,  as always, we will welcome any contribution related with literacy.

Researchers and teacher educators who would like to communicate during the 2013 IAIMTE

conference are invited to question the ways of teaching and learning:

  • How to read, how to write and how to speak along with the impact of literacy in school subjects as far as effectiveness and equity are concerned?
  • Which discrepancy is likely to be seen between achievements expected from students at each stage of their schooling and what is actually taught?
  • How do teachers/does education support students of different capabilities to reach the goals stated in curricula?

Researchers  may  deal  with  any  school  level  (primary,  secondary  schools  and  higher education),  with  teachers’  education,  with  lifelong  learning.  They  may  draw  from  any discipline able to throw light on how to build literacy skills: linguistics, psychology, philosophy, sociology, literature... The focus may be on teaching practices, even on professional skills of teachers, or on how students deal with their learning tasks and the reasons why they fail or succeed.

Special conference themes

  • Evaluation

  • Which evaluation of literacy?
  • What are the levels of literacy for various groups of students?
  • How are they evaluated?
  • What is the theoretical and/or empirical basis for these frames of references?
  • Which explicit aims are given to teaching literacy
  • Equity and differentiation

  • Which correlation may appear between social inequalities in habits in literacy and school consequences?
  • What  are  good  practices  of  cross  fertilization  between  spoken  and  written language as far as learning literacy skills is concerned?
  • Effectiveness

  • How to read, speak, write in the various school subjects and academic disciplines?

These  themes could be  treated with focus on teachers’ pedagogical practice or focus on students practise and competences.

General conference themes and strands

  • Professional competences in teaching language and literature
  • Literacies (Reading and Writing)
  • Literature, Fiction, Film and other media
  • Oracy (Speaking and Listening)
  • Language Awareness and Language Teaching

Proposed formats

We invite you to contribute to Paper Sessions, Symposia, Workshops and poster sessions.

Please note: Every session will last for 1,5 hour

  • Paper session (grouped by the Local Committee): three 20 minute papers on a related theme are presented and discussed with the audience.
  • Symposium (organised by contributors): a maximum of three scholars each present a short paper, proposed by an organiser, who also proposes one discussant and a chair. If the theme is very extensive organisers might consider covering more than one session.
  • SIG’s Symposium: IAIMTE Special Interest Groups are invited to propose an invited SIG symposium;  the  SIG  coordinators  send  out  a  SIG  call  and  hand  in  abstracts  for  a symposium.
  • Workshop: contains learning by doing (hands on activity) followed by discussion. Demonstration: focus is on an educational tool. The presenters demonstrate the process or  strategy  and  provide  time  to  discuss  its  pros  and  cons  (two  demonstrations  per session).
  • Structured poster sessions (grouped by the Local Committee) consist of about five poster presentations with short oral introductions (5 minutes) and in depth discussion introduced by a discussant. To give participants access to as many presentations as possible, all presenters prepare a poster.

The IAIMTE team hopes that the sessions will illuminate differences and similarities of different educational cultures and contexts.

Schedule

Call for abstracts:

  • Submission deadline: December 15th, 2012
  • Notification of acceptance: March 1st, 2013

Registration: 

Contributors  must  be  registered  before  April  1st   2013;  only  contributions  of registered delegates will be included in the programme

Keynote speakers

  • Christiane Donahue, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. USA
  • Bernard Schneuwly, University of Geneva, Switzerland.

Local organisers

  • Prof. Dr Brigitte Marin (conference chair),
  • Université Paris-Est Créteil, Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maîtres
  • Université Paris-Est Créteil, France: Jacques Crinon, Catherine Delarue-Breton, Pascale Delormas, Didier Geiger, Patricia Richard-Principalli, Eliane Ricard-Fersing.
  • Université de Toulouse, France: Jacques Fijalkow, Sérgio Gaitas, Miguel Mata Pereira
  • Université Paris-Sorbonne, France: Sylvie Plane

PhD preconference organizers

  • Université de Toulouse, France: Sérgio Gaitas, Miguel Mata Pereira
  • University of Hildesheim, Germany: Jana Zegenhagen, Sabine Zwanzig

International scientific committe

  • Elżbieta Awramiuk / Poland
  • Luisa Araujo / Portugal Elisabeth Bautier / France
  • Jacques Crinon / France
  • Ilana Elkad Lehmann / Israel   
  • Mike Fleming / GB
  • Tanja Janssen / Netherlands 
  • Ellen Krogh / Denmark 
  • Brigitte Marin / France
  • Sylvia Müller / Switzerland
  • Irene Pieper / Germany
  • Gert Rijlaarsdam / Netherlands
  • Peter Smagorinsky / US
  • Shek Tse Kam / China
  • Dominique Ulma / France
  • Iris Winkler / Germany

Venue

UPEC: Université Paris-Est Créteil / France; Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maîtres.

Conference fees

Conference fee includes programme and abstract book, coffees, lunches, reception, and a conference outing.

  • Fee: 310 euros. Early bird: 260 euros.
  • PhD Students: 150 euros, Early bird: 100 euros.
  • Conference Dinner (optional): 50 euros (also available for co-travellers).

Registering, submitting proposals

Use the website for submitting proposals and registration https://www.iaimte.org

Step 1: Abstract proposal

Choose  on  the  menu  the  options  from  https://www.iaimte.org,  Literacies  and  effective learning and teaching for all. IAIMTE 2013

“Submit an abstract” Provide information about

  • Personal info

1. The first entry of this abstract proposal menu requires to select your name from the list of IAIMTE membership.

Scroll to your name to select. If you are not in the list, you have not been registered as member. Then you must go back to the database menu, and choose Apply for membership. Fill in this form (membership is free of charge) and then submit your conference proposal.

2. Fill in your current e-mail address carefully, and please: check.

Domain: select the domain in which the proposal fits
Theme: select the theme
Proposed format: select the proposed format

  • Abstract
  1. Provide a title
  2. Paste the abstract you prepared in the contents window.

This abstract should contain:
(a) Title
(b) author(s) (add asterisk (*) after the name of presenting author(s)
(c) in case of a symposium proposal: add proposed organizer, chair and discussant(s) (d)  200-300  word  abstract, that provides information about (1) relevant national context, (2) research question, (3) method, (4) results and (5) discussion. Please use headings.

Step 2: Registration

Choose form the Literacies and effective learning and teaching for all. IAIMTE 2013 “Register”

Here again choose your name from the IAIMTE membership list, and then provide information about payment. The database is web secured with certificates. We will start charging credit cards not earlier than after acceptance of your proposal, that is after March 1st 2013.

If you need assistance, please do not hesitate to email us info@iaimte.org

Lieux

  • Faculté de sciences économiques et gestion - 61 Avenue du Général de Gaulle
    Créteil, France (94)

Dates

  • samedi 15 décembre 2012

Fichiers attachés

Mots-clés

  • littératies, apprentissage, enseignement, langage, linguistique

Contacts

  • Brigitte Marin
    courriel : secrmod [at] ecole-francaise [dot] it

Source de l'information

  • Céline Simonutti
    courriel : celine [dot] simonutti [at] u-pec [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Littératies, apprentissage et enseignement efficaces pour tous », Appel à contribution, Calenda, Publié le mardi 28 août 2012, http://calenda.org/209321