ICLHE 2020 Symposium

We are pleased to inform you that the next ICLHE AGM and Symposium will take place at Université de Mons (Belgium) on October 15-16, 2020. This symposium focuses on collaboration between disciplines, in particular the way in which disciplinary content teachers and language specialists collaborate. In a broader perspective, the meshing of content knowledge and an additional language may lead to changes in how content knowledge is co-constructed, therefore redefining teacher identity, roles and expectations. The symposium aims to address the following questions: Does interdisciplinary collaboration influence whether ICLHE or EMI programmes are inclusive? Does teacher collaboration in EMI have an impact on self-awareness and self- reflection? Are potential actors or participants sidelined or excluded? In what way does the student’s role enhance ICLHE or EMI programmes? How does the student perceive both language experts’ and content teachers’ roles in EMI? How can interdisciplinary collaboration enhance the student’s role?

See Provisional Schedule 2020.
See Keynote speaker 2020: Laurence Ris.

ICLHE Symposium 2020: PhD Travel Grant

Purpose

To assist graduate students traveling to the ICLHE Symposium 2020 to be held in Mons, Belgium, 15-16 October 2020.

The ICLHE Symposium Travel Grant was established in 2018 by the ICLHE Board of Directors to offer PhD candidates financial support for travel to the biennial association symposium, as well an opportunity to present their research. The grant is maintained through ICLHE member contributions.

Who’s Eligible?

ICLHE members worldwide currently enrolled as PhD candidates.

Award

€200 and a waiver of the Symposium registration fee. There are two (2) travel awards available. This money cannot be used to fund other elements of a research project (e.g. equipment).

In conjunction with the award, you will have the opportunity to present your research at the Symposium (20 minute presentation + 5 min for Q&A).

Criteria

Applications are evaluated according to

Quality of abstract:

·      research focus/question

·      research methodology & embedding in the literature

·      findings

Relevance – degree of fit to symposium

To Apply

If you are a PhD candidate and would like to apply for this grant, submit your title and abstract (max. 350 words excluding references) via email to: membership@iclhe.org

Subject line: ICLHE 2020 Phd Travel Grant

In your email, please include:

·      Full Name

·      Academic Affiliation

·      PhD Supervisor(s)

Submission Deadline: 30 April 2020

Award dissemination: 29 May 2020

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