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Defining Student Engagement: Overview of Current Research and its Connection to Practice
This session will introduce the main theme of this semester’s series, student engagement in the context of language learning. After an overview of the current research on student engagement, we will discuss its relevance to everyday’s language teaching and learning practice.

Discussant
Jana Martin serves as the Associate Director of the Language Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. With the goal to strengthen and promote the teaching and learning of languages, Jana’s role focuses on the development of lecture series, workshops, and other professional development programs for faculty and staff in the departments of languages, linguistics, literatures, and cultures. Jana’s native language is Slovak and she earned her PhD in German with a doctoral minor in Second Language Acquisition from UW-Madison in 2016. Jana’s research interests include intersubjectivity in the language classroom, student and teacher beliefs, and student motivation and engagement.

Accommodations
We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals to engage fully. Automated live-captions are available for every session. To request accommodations or discuss access needs please contact Adolfo Carrillo Cabello (carri093@umn.edu) from the University of Minnesota, at least a week in advance prior to the event. Requests made after that point cannot be guaranteed.

Sep 27, 2021 03:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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