Live stream seminar with Eugene Matusov x Jay Lemke

Pattern Recognition, Intersubjectivity, & Dialogic Meaning-Making in Education

•Live stream seminar with Eugene Matusov x Jay Lemke scheduled on April 22, 2020, 4:00 pm (Vancouver Time); 7:00 pm (Pennsylvania time); April 23, 2020, 7:00 am (Hong Kong Time; 8:00 am Japan time; 9:00 am Melbourne time)


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TL-TS Research Group

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Pattern Recognition, Intersubjectivity, & Dialogic Meaning-Making in Education

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Dr. Eugene Matusov is Professor of Education at the University of Delaware. He was born in the Soviet Union and studied developmental psychology with Soviet researchers working in the Vygotskian paradigm. He worked as a schoolteacher before immigrating to the United States. Now he investigates and works with sociocultural, Bakhtinian dialogic, and democratic approaches to education, and is editor of the research journal, Dialogic Pedagogy.

Dr. Jay Lemke is Professor Emeritus of the City University of New York. He was formerly Senior Research Scientist and adjunct Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of California, San Diego and in the Laboratory for Comparative Human Cognition. Prior to that he was Professor at the University of Michigan, working in the Ph.D. programs in Science Education, Learning Technologies, and Literacy Language and Culture. At the City University of New York he was Professor and founding Executive Officer of the Ph.D. Program in Urban Education and at Brooklyn College. His research interests span all these fields and work in social theory and social semiotics, discourse analysis, video analysis, multimedia studies, games research, and most recently the role of feeling in making meaning.

The ‘Translanguaging & Trans-Semiotizing Research Group’ Channel aims at building a Community of Practice (CoP) of both emergent and experienced scholars for academic exchange on Translanguaging and Trans-semiotising research and pedagogies. It serves as a bridge between theory and practice, an interactive platform for intellectual dialogues across different generations and diverse contexts, and an innovative Public Pedagogy forum for 21st Century students, teachers and researchers.

Hosts: Dr. Angel Lin x Research Students @Simon Fraser University x University of Hong Kong x Education University of Hong Kong



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