LINGUIST List 27.946

Tue Feb 23 2016

Calls: Lang Acq/Singapore

Editor for this issue: Amanda Foster <amandalinguistlist.org>


Date: 22-Feb-2016
From: Mihi Park <clspmnus.edu.sg>
Subject: CLaSIC 2016
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Full Title: CLaSIC 2016

Date: 01-Dec-2016 - 03-Dec-2016
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Contact Person: Lee Peng Cheong
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/cls/CLaSIC/clasic2016/index.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

Subject Language(s): English

Meeting Description:

The Centre for Language Studies (CLS) of the National University of Singapore (NUS) organises a biennial international conference on foreign language teaching and learning.

The conference aims at bringing together academics, researchers and professionals from Asia and beyond for a productive and rewarding exchange of insights, experiences, views and perspectives on current and future developments in foreign language teaching and learning. The last six CLaSICs have met with resounding success, attracting participants from all over the world.

In the current educational landscape, learning has become a multifaceted experience that transcends spatial, temporal and cultural barriers. At many centers of foreign language learning, educators have similarly been seeking to push the boundaries of teaching and learning space to beyond the traditional confines of the school and the classroom. Learning activities and interactions are today often a combination of synchronous and asynchronous experiences, including various forms of onsite and offsite curricular activities, and virtual interactions in the digital world. Furthermore, learning is no longer restricted to print materials, as ubiquitous computing has enabled easy and immediate access to seemingly limitless electronic resources for foreign language teaching and learning.

Acknowledging such trends in foreign language education, our conference theme invokes the term ‘ubiquity’ to refer to a seamless continuum of learning experiences across formal and informal learning situations, as well as technology and non-technology based learning interactions in and beyond the classroom. CLaSIC 2016 provides a platform for researchers, scholars and practitioners in foreign language education for an invigorating discourse on theoretical conceptions and approaches, research insights, and practical experiences from the various sub-fields and sub-themes listed below, as they pertain to teaching and learning in the ubiquitous age.

Call for Papers:

CLaSIC 2016 Organising Committee invites submissions for Paper and Poster Presentations on one of the following fourteen sub-themes:

- Learning theories and ubiquitous learning (sociocultural theories of learning, Connectivism, Constructivism, etc.)
- Formal and informal learning
- Situated and project-based learning
- Technology and ubiquitous learning (mobile technologies, Web 2.0, CMC, MOOCs, etc.)
- Blended learning
- Instructional approaches and methods
- Curriculum and materials development
- Assessment and evaluation
- Study abroad and in-country language immersion
- Teacher education and development
- Autonomy, self-direction and motivation
- Individualisation and differentiation of learning
- Learning strategies and learning management
- Other topics

Presentation proposals can be submitted online at the following URL, latest by 31 May 2016: http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/cls/CLaSIC/clasic2016/submission.htm

If you would like your full conference paper to be included in the electronic proceedings, please send it to clasic2016nus.edu.sg by 21 October 2016.

Presenters are requested to adhere to the formatting instructions in the style sheet. Your cooperation will be very much appreciated.

Please follow this link to download our style sheet and an example for the formatting of your paper : http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/cls/CLaSIC/clasic2016/stylesheet.htm


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