Keynote Speech: Curriculum Innovation for Inter Disciplinary English Language Learning

Siu Wah Julia Chen

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The pandemic has accelerated the creation and adoption of curriculum innovations. This keynote address will present and discuss innovations in discipline-related English language training both within and outside the curriculum that were created for two purposes: to help students improve their English and to ensure they spend time outside of class on English language learning. Aspects such as curriculum design, development, implementation, and evaluation will be explored; the considerations that deserve attention will be highlighted. References will be made to some theoretical frameworks, such as the Community of Inquiry approach (Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 2000), the three-phase process of change via initiation, implementation, and institutionalisation (Fullan, 1991), and the ADRI approach, as well as to empirical studies that employed big data learning analytics triangulated with qualitative methods.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - May 2022
Event6th CELC Symposium: Teaching English Language and Communication in a Changing Landscape: Innovations and Possibilities - , Singapore
Duration: 30 May 202231 May 2022


Forum/Symposium6th CELC Symposium


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