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Exploring Immigrant-Origin Multilingual Students' Languages and Literacies: Longitudinal and Qualitative Perspectives

a Wisconsin Ideas in Education Series Lecture by Amanda Kibler

Event Details

Date
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Time
1-2 p.m.
Location
Wisconsin Idea Room (159), Education Building
Description
Amanda Kibler's research focuses on literacy and language development for multilingual children and youth from immigrant backgrounds. In this talk, she will present selected findings from an eight-year qualitative study of five immigrant youth in the U.S. and discuss methods for researching bilingual and biliterate development.
Cost
Free

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