Language camps as an Indigenous language revitalization strategy: The nêhiyawak (Cree Peoples) Language Learning Experience

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Language camps as an Indigenous language revitalization strategy: The nêhiyawak (Cree Peoples) Language Learning Experience

Description

Primary Investigator Andrea Sterzuk
Co-Investigators Bill Cook, Peter Turner, Randy Morin, Dorothy Thunder, and Belinda Daniels
Funding Competition
Funding Awarded $4,440.00
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Investigator Bio

Research Interests

I work in the area of critical applied linguistics. My research tends to examine issues of power, identity and language in education. My previous research projects have explored language variation in elementary schools; English-only ideology in higher education; language planning and policy in higher education and the development of language beliefs in pre-service teachers. I’m currently involved in collaborative research projects in the area of language reclamation.

Academic Qualifications

  • PhD, Second Language Education, Interdisciplinary Language Acquisition Program, McGill University, 2007
  • MA, Second Language Education, McGill University, 2003
  • BEd, French Immersion Education, University of Regina, 1997
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