The Language and Literacy Research Hub (LLRH) brings together language and literacy education researchers from a range of contexts, including the early years, primary, secondary and tertiary education, and into adulthood. The Hub is located within the Melbourne Graduate School of Education (MGSE). Its aims include: Creating new knowledge on issues shaping the disciplines of language and literacy through collaboration with stakeholders, providing world-class graduate courses which develop expertise in language and literacy education, organising events which bring together academics, policy-makers, government and non-government institutions, practitioners and community representatives to discuss key language and literacy issues, and further knowledge, supporting masters and doctoral level research students to pursue academic study, and tendering for research grants and consultancy.
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The possibilities of plurilingual perspectives in language teacher education
J Choi, Monica Lindau, Jodie Whitehurst, Romila Kulenthran, Kailin Liu
Journal article | 2018 | Fine Print
Recognising the complex meaning-making resources and practices that operate in transnational multilingual lives, language experts ..
Immigrant and Refugee Women's Resourcefulness in English Language Classrooms: Emerging possibilities through plurilingualism
J Choi, U Najar
Journal article | 2017 | Literacy and Numeracy Studies
Reports on refugee and migrant women in Australia show these women have low literacy in their first language, limited English lang..
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Remote learning is even harder when English isn't students' first language. Schools told us their priorities for supporting them
Gary Bonar, Anne Keary, Tanya Davies, Yvette Slaughter
ShutterstockThe COVID-19 pandemic has left large numbers of students, teachers and families grappling with the ..
Old white men dominate school English booklists. It's time more Australian schools taught Australian books
Larissa McLean Davies
Shakespeare's plays are still some of the most studied texts in school English. from shutterstock.comIn recent weeks, Australian univers..
5 Australian books that can help young people understand their place in the world
Larissa McLean Davies, Jessica Gannaway, Lucy Buzacott, Sarah E. Truman
It is important for young people to read literature that reflects their own life and also expands their experiences of the world. from shutt..
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