Language Education Policy Studies
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School of Foreign Languages, Southeast University (SEU) 

Nanjing, China


APRIL 3-5, SPRING 2015 CONFERENCE ON

The Impact of New Technologies on Language Education Policies

Call for PAPERS

SPRING 2015 INLEPS
Southeast University, Nanjing, China 

SEU, SHISU and Deep University Co-Sponsors

Language Education Policy is a burgeoning field of scholarship that grounds its legitimation on broad frameworks such as Language Policy, Education Policy, Curriculum Studies and Critical Language Studies. This Conference focuses on policies that bring deep, open curricula to the fore, in relation to Francois Victor Tochon's recent book on deep approaches to world languages and cultures

Using a Deep Approach to language learning implies a paradigmatic change in the way instructors teach. The new approach is transdisciplinary and transformative in contrast to transmissive education. 

The deep approach is significantly related to an intention to understand deeply. It defines a situation in which the teacher is not the only source of inspiration and knowledge. The learners become curriculum builders. 

It needs to define its conceptual and philosophical orientations and its foundational purposes to receive increasing recognition by educators and the public in response to growing societal interests in globalization and local forms of school violence that manifest in the way languages are treated.

The Fifth International Conference on Language Education Policy Studies
The Impact of New Technologies on Language Education Policies
is being held on the weekend of 3-5 April 2015 at Southeast University, Nanjing, China.

We are inviting presenter abstracts for research paper presentations (30 minutes), and workshops (1 hour) that relate directly to your research and/or teaching. Thematic Symposia (2 hours) with 4 paper presentations are also accepted.


The abstracts are due by January 31st, 2015. 


Abstracts in the Chinese Language should be sent to Chen Li: lichenem(at)seu.edu.cn

Abstracts in the English Language should be sent to Francois Victor Tochon: ftochon(at)education.wisc.edu



Full research papers should be submitted by April 3, 2015 to Francois Victor Tochon. 

These submissions will undergo a double blind peer review for publication in Fall of 2015
as book chapters by Deep University Press with possible co-edition at a Chinese University Press.

Details of international keynote speakers and registration will be available shortly on this website.

Join like-minded individuals with an interest in improving languages education, teaching, researching, making connections and fostering the internationalisation of education. World renowned keynote speakers will identify and respond to the major challenges and issues involved in languages learning today, providing leadership to stimulate policy and pedagogical change.

All enquiries can be directed to Chen Li: lichenem(at)seu.edu.cn or Francois Victor Tochon: ftochon(at)education.wisc.edu

Spring 2015 INLEPS Conference


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