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Conference Papers

2017 Conferences

Khanam, R., Fayant, R., & Sterzuk, A. (July, 2017). What can southern multilingualisms bring to the question of how to prepare teachers for linguistic diversity in Canadian schools? 18th World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL.

Nakutnyy, K., & Sterzuk, A. (May, 2017). Sociocultural literacy practices of a Sudanese mother and son in Canada. Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics, Toronto, ON, CANADA.

Shin, H., Sterzuk, A., Miranda, C., Jang, I., & Corcoran, J. (May, 2017). Re-imagining higher education through critical language education.CIESC-SCECI Pre-Conference 2017, Toronto, ON, CANADA.

2016 Conferences

Sterzuk, A., & Fayant, R. (September, 2016). Towards Reconciliation through Language Planning in Canadian Universities. 2016 Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy and Planning Conference, Calgary, AB, CANADA.

Owusu, R., & Sterzuk, A. (September, 2016). The impact of English-only language-in-education policy in a multilingual society: The case of elementary classrooms in rural and urban Ghana. 2016 Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy and Planning Conference, Calgary, AB, CANADA.

Khanam, R., & Sterzuk, A. (July, 2016).Autoethnography and English language planning and policy. VI International Qualitative Research Conference: Research on Applied Linguistics in English language teaching, Universidad de Guanajuato, Guanajuato, MEXICO

2015 Conferences

Sterzuk, A., & Nelson, C. (March, 2015). Teacher language awareness and student linguistic repertoires in Hutterite colony schools in Canada. Joint conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics and the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics, Toronto, Ontario, CANADA.

Lizée, H., & Sterzuk, A. (March, 2015). Lusage de langlais en immersion française : Estce que les enseignants considèrent les besoins linguistiques des enfants multilingues?”. Joint conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics and the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics, Toronto, Ontario, CANADA.

2014 Conferences

Sterzuk, A., & Nelson, C. (September, 2014). “I am teaching them to speak English so that they can function in the curriculum”: School curricula and teacher language beliefs as de facto language policy in Hutterite colony schools. 2014 Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy and Planning Conference, Calgary, AB, CANADA.

Sterzuk, A., & McNeil, B. (March, 2014). “You learn more through your internship”: Influences of Transition to School Communities on Pre-service Teachers’ Constructions of Language and Literacy. American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Portland, Oregon, USA.

2013 Conferences

Sterzuk, A., McNeil, B., & Ma, J. (June, 2013). Influences of teacher preparation and transition to school communities on pre-service teachers’ constructions of English language variation and literacy. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics. Victoria, BC, CANADA.

2012 Conferences

Sterzuk, A. (2012, July). Walking the talk: Towards critical language awareness in teacher education. 11th international Conference of the Association for Language Awareness. Concordia University, Montreal, QC, CANADA.

2011 Conferences

Sterzuk, A. (2011, November). Post-national Times? A Critical Exploration of Englishes & Standard Language Ideologies at One Canadian University. Language, Education, and Diversity Conference. University of Auckland. Auckland, NEW ZEALAND.

2010 Conferences

Sterzuk, A. (2010, June).From nationalism to globalization: A critical exploration of Englishes, standard language ideology, and policy and practice at one Canadian university. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics, Montreal, QC, CANADA.

Sterzuk, A. (2010, March).”I want to speak British or American English”: Mexican EFL student & teacher perspectives on English in globalized times. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Applied Linguistics. Atlanta, GA, USA.

2009 Conferences

Sterzuk, A. (2009, August).  White settler educators’ prescriptive attitudes towards Indigenous English in settler postcolonial Saskatchewan. Prescriptivsism(e) & Patriotism(e) 2009. Toronto, ON, CANADA.

Sterzuk, A. (2009, May). Academy influences on student teachers’ critical orientation to language. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics. Ottawa, ON, CANADA.

Sterzuk, A. & Mulholland, V. (2009, May). Recognizing the Gaze in Familiar Pedagogical Activities and Images. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Ottawa, ON, CANADA.

Sterzuk, A. & Salter, D. E. (2009, May). Negotiating Ethical Considerations in New Literacies Research. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Education, Ottawa, ON, CANADA.

2008 Conferences

Sterzuk, A. (2008, November). Educator language bias and Indigenous English in Saskatchewan schools: Practices for interacting with pre-service educator beliefs. Celebrating the Local, Negotiating the School: Symposium on Language and Literacy in Aboriginal Communities.Saskatoon, SK, CANADA.

Sterzuk, A. (2008, October). Educator language bias and discursive constructions of race in settler postcolonial Canada. Colonial and Post-Colonial Remembering and Forgetfulness Conference, Mexico City, DF, MEXICO

Sterzuk, A. (2008, June). Language diversity, power, and pre-service educator belief systems in settler postcolonial Saskatchewan. 5th International Conference on Teacher Education and Social Justice, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Sterzuk, A. (2008, May). Indigenous English and literacy development in elementary classrooms in Saskatchewan. Annual meeting of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Vancouver, BC, CANADA.

Sterzuk, A. (2008, March). Dialect speakers and educator perceptions: Indigenous students in standard English classrooms in Saskatchewan. Annual meeting of the American Educational Researchers Association, New York, NY, USA.

2007 Conferences

Sterzuk, A. (2007, June). Dialect speakers, academic achievement, and power: First Nations and Metis Children in standard English Classrooms in Saskatchewan. Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, CANADA.

Sterzuk, A. (2007, May).Dialect speakers, academic achievement, and power: First Nations and Metis Children in standard English Classrooms in Saskatchewan.Canadian Indigenous/Native Studies Association 2007 Graduate Conference, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, CANADA.

2006 Conferences

Sterzuk, A. (2006, June) Dialect speakers and academic achievement: First Nations children in standard English classrooms. Joint Conference of the American Association of Applied Linguistics and the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics, Montreal, QC, CANADA.

Sterzuk, A. (2006, May) Dialect speakers and academic achievement: First Nations children in standard English classrooms. Canadian Critical Race Conference : The Race/Culture Divide in Education, Law and the Helping Professions, University of Regina, SK, CANADA.

2004 Conferences

Sterzuk, A. (2004, May). Indigenous English speakers in the standard English classroom.Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, CANADA.

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