Diane Dagenais

 Diane Dagenais


Prénom -
Diane

Adresse de correspondance - E-mail

Nationalité - Canadian

 

Nom de famille - Dagenais
   
Affiliation à des réseaux/associations éducationnels
Metropolis Project (member), Association internationale de linguistique appliquée (member), Teaching Conditions in Canadian Schools - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Major Collaborative Research Initiative (member), Canadian Association of Applied Linguistic (member), Amercial Association of Applied Linguistics (member), Canadian Association of Immersion Teachers (member), Consortium of Universities of the Canadian Association of Immersion Teachers (member), Language Awareness (member), Education à la diversité linguistique et culturelle (member), International Association of Multilingualism (member)
 
Informations professionnelles
 
Fonction ou poste actuels

Associate Professor

Principales activités et responsabilités

teaching, research, service, graduate program coordination

Nom de l'employeur
Simon Fraser University
Pays d'exercice de la fonction

Canada

 
Formation
 
Qualifications ou formation pertinentes
 
PhD Université de Montréal, 1995
MA McGill University, 1989
BEd McGill University, 1982
Langues de communication
 
   
Langue  maternelle
French
   
Autres langues de communication
 
English, French, Spanish
   
Expérience en termes de projets
Project 1:
Éveil aux langues et à la diversité linguistique chez des élèves du primaire dans deux métropoles canadiennes, D. Dagenais, Principal Investigator, F. Armand, P. Lamarre, D. Moore, & C. Sabatier, Co-investigators. SSHRC Standard Grant. $151,820, 2005-2008
Outcomes:
Dagenais, D., Moore, D., Lamarre, S., Sabatier, C., & Armand, F. (submitted). Linguistic landscape and language awareness. In E. Shohamy & D. Gorter (Eds.), Linguistic Landscape: Expanding the Scenery. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group
 
Dagenais, D, Lamarre, P., Sabatier, C., Moore, D., & Armand, F. “Learning about Language Diversity in Context: Situating Language Awareness Activities in the Local Linguistic Landscape and Curriculum Practices,” organizer of colloquium titled “Recognizing Language Diversity at School: Teacher-Researcher Partnerships in Multilingual Contexts” at the conference of the American Association of Applied Linguistics, April 2007 [peer reviewed]
 
Armand, F., & Dagenais, D. “Des enfants du primaire parlent de l’anglais, du français et des autres langues à Montréal et à Vancouver : représentations sur le bilinguisme/plurilinguisme en contexte d’implantation d’un projet d’Éveil aux langues”, Colloque “Plurilinguisme et identité(s) : comprendre le plurilinguism dans le Québec et le Canada d’aujourd’hui”, Centre d’études ethnique des universités Montréalaises (CÉÉTUM) in collaboration with the Immigration et Métropoles Centre and the Conseil Supérieur de la langue française, Université de Montréal, March 2007 [invited presentation]
 
Dagenais, D. “Addressing Language Diversity and Multilingualism in Schools”, invited presentation at the Modern Language Centre, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, September 2006 [invited presentation]
Dagenais, D., & Walsh, N. “Un examen de la pertinence des activités d’éveil aux langues pour la classe d’immersion”. Annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Immersion Teachers, Saskatoon, October 2006 [invited presentation]
Dagenais, D., Armand, F., Lamarre, P., Moore, D., & Sabatier, C. “La construction d’une perspective longitudinale et interdisciplinaire sur l’éveil aux langues en contexte canadien”, 8th international conference of the Association of Language Awareness, Le Mans, France, July 2006 [peer reviewed]
 
Project 2:
Teaching Conditions in Canadian Schools, Major Collaborative Research Initiative (MCRI), Maurice Tardif, Principal Investigator, with Co-investigators from eight Canadian Universities plus 11 South American, American and European post-secondary institutions, supported by SSHRC, Statistics Canada, the Council of Ministers of Education in Canada (CMEC), and the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF), $2.5 million, 2002–2007
Outcomes:
Grimmett, P., Dagenais, D., D’Amico, L., Jacquet, M., & Ilieva, R. (2007 online, print version out in October). The Contrasting Discourses of Educators in Vancouver, British Columbia. Journal of Educational Change. Available online at http://www.springerlink.com/content/104758/?Contant+Status=Accepted
Jacquet, M., & Dagenais, D. “A Comparative Insight of Participation in Learning Communities Among Educators of Different Language Programs in British Columbia”, symposium titled “Exploring the State of Professional Community in Canadian Schools” at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Social Sciences and Humanities Congress, University of Western Ontario, London, May 2005 [peer reviewed]
Grimmett, P., Dagenais, D., Jacquet, M., & Ilieva, R. “The Contrasting Discourses of Educators in Vancouver, British Columbia”, symposium titled “The Impact of Educational Policy on the Social Context of Teachers’ Work in Canada” at the conference of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, April 2005 [peer reviewed]
Dagenais, D., & Grimmett, P. “Sélection des participants et recueil des données à Vancouver”, symposium titled “L’évolution du personnel scolaire au Canada (1990-2000)“, GTRC, annual meeting of the Canadian Society of Studies in Education, Social Sciences and Humanities Congress, Dalhousie University, Halifax, May 2003 [peer reviewed]
 
Project 3:
 Conception et évaluation d’un programme d’éveil aux langues et à la diversité linguistique, F. Armand, Principal Investigator, D. Dagenais, Co-investigator, SSHRC/Canadian Heritage (Program on Multiculturalism in Canada). $50,000, 2004
Outcomes
 Dagenais, D., Armand, F., Maraillet, E., & Walsh, N. (in press). Collaboration and co-construction of knowledge during language awareness activities in Canadian elementary school. Language Awareness
Dagenais, D., Armand, F, Walsh, N., & Maraillet, E. (in press). L’Éveil aux langues et la co-construction de connaissances sur la diversité linguistique. Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics
Dagenais, D. (in press). Developing a critical awareness of language diversity in immersion. In T. Fortune & D. Tedick (Eds.), Pathways to bilingualism and multilingualism: Evolving perspectives on immersion education. Multilingual Matters
Armand, F., & Dagenais, D. (2005). Langues en contexte d’immigration : éveiller au langage et à la diversité linguistique en milieu scolaire. Thèmes canadiens. Revue de l’Association des études canadiennes, numéro spécial printemps (Immigration and the intersections of diversity), 46-49
Dagenais, D. (2005). Recognizing multilingual immersion students. American Council on Immersion Education Newsletter, 8, Spring, 4-5
Dagenais, D., & Walsh, N. “Un examen de la pertinence des activités d’éveil aux langues pour la classe d’immersion”. Annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Immersion Teachers, Saskatoon, October 2006
Dagenais, D., & Armand, F. “Représentations sur les langues d’élèves du primaire lors de l’implantation d’un projet d’Éveil aux langues”, invited colloquium titled “Multilingualism in Canadian Schools” at the conference of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics and the American Association of Applied Linguistics, Montreal, June 2005 [peer reviewed]
Dagenais, D. “A Critical Examination of Language Awareness in an Immersion Program”, symposium titled “Researching Critical Language Practices in Classrooms”, symposium titled “Researching Critical Language Practices in Classrooms”, world congress of Applied Linguistics hosted by the American Association for Applied Linguistics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, July 2005 [peer reviewed]
Dagenais, D. “Les ressources linguistiques des élèves plurilingues sont-elles reconnues en milieux familial et scolaire?”, invited plenary at the conference of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics, University of Western Ontario, London, May 2005 [peer reviewed]
Dagenais, D., “Language Awareness in French Immersion”, symposium titled “Exploring Continued Language Growth in Immersion”, 2nd international conference on Language Immersion Education, Centre for Advanced Research in Language Acquisition (CARLA), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, October 2004 [peer reviewed]
Walsh, N., & Dagenais, D. “Children’s Multicultural Development Through Language Awareness Activities in a Canadian French Immersion Programme”, 7th international conference of the Association for Language Awareness, Lleida, Spain, July 2004 [peer reviewed]
   
Expertise dans le thème du projet proposé
 
   
Pratique sur le terrain
2001 – Present     ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University Vancouver, British Columbia (Study leaves Sept. 2001-2002, 2005-2006)
 
March – May 2002              INVITED PROFESSOR
École Normale Supérieure Lettres et Sciences Humaines, Lyon, France 
 
January – February 2002   INVITED SCHOLAR
Université de Montréal, Montréal Québec
 
November – December 2001              INVITED SCHOLAR
McGill University, Montréal Québec
 
May l995 – June 2001         ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia
 
September l992 – May l995 INSTRUCTOR
Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia
 
l986 – l987           TEACHER
École Laurentide Annexe, Commission des écoles Protestantes du grand Montréal, Programme des écoles françaises, Montréal Québec
 
l982 – l986           TEACHER
Elmlea Junior School, Board of Education for the City of Etobicoke, French Immersion Program, Toronto, Ontario
 
l982 – l983           TEACHER
Beaumonde Heights Junior School, Board of Education for the City of Etobicoke, Core French Program, Toronto, Ontario
 
l983 – l984           TEACHER
Swansea and Runnymede Schools, Toronto Board of Education, Summer French Immersion Program, Toronto, Ontari0
 
l982 – l984           INSTRUCTOR
George Brown College, French Department, Toronto, Ontario
Autres expériences pertinentes
SERVICE TO THE ACADEMIC COMMUNITY
 
2007     Selected as asssociate editor of the Canadian Modern Language Review [term to begin Oct. 2007]
            
2007 Selected as co-editor of the Canadian Modern Language Review [term to begin Oct. 2008]
 
2007 External examiner, PhD disseertation, Josée Makropoulos, OISE/University of Toronto
 
2006 – 2008 Invited guest co-editor with Heather Lotherington, 2008 special issue of Canadian Modern Language Review on multilingual literacies
 
2006 External examiner, PhD dissertation, Callie Mady, OISE/University of Toronto
            
2006 External examiner, Tenure & Promotion Review, Faculty of Education, McGill University
            
2006 External examiner, PhD dissertation, Lucia Flores, Faculté des lettres, Université Laval
 
2005     Member, scientific committee for conference of the Association des chercheurs et enseignants de didactique langues étrangéres (ACEDLE) 2005, “Recherches en didactique des langues”, Centre de langues Université Lyon 2
            
2005 Member, adjudicating committee for research proposals submitted to the Metropolis Project/Vancouver of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Integration in the Metropolis (RIIM)
            
September 2004 – 2005 Director of Education Domain, Metropolis Project/Vancouver of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Integration in the Metropolis (RIIM)
            
September 2004 – 2005 Member, Management Board, Metropolis Project/Vancouver of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Integration in the Metropolis (RIIM)
 
2003 – 2004 Member of Consultative Committee for the Centre for Intercultural Studies, University of British Columbia.
 
2003     UBC Hampton Grant reviewer
 
2003     External examiner, PhD dissertation, Guillaume Gentil, Faculty of Education, McGill University 
 
2003 Invited expert and participant, Colloque sur les langues dans l’éducation, a response to new UNESCO language policies (L’Éducation dans un monde multilingue, Paris: UNESCO, 2003), Département de littératures et de langues modernes, Université de Montréal
 
2002 Member of Comité Scientifique (adjudicating committee), le Fonds de la recherche sur la société et la culture (formerly FCAR), standard grants
 
2001 – 2002 Invited guest editor with Kelleen Toohey of a Special Issue on Ethnographic Approaches to Language Research, Canadian Modern Language Review
 
2001Member of SSHRC Adjudicating Committee for Doctoral Fellowships.
 
2000 – 2006 Member (executive member, Secretary-Treasurer as of Sept. 2002), Board of Directors, Canadian Modern Language Review
 
2000 Member, Organizing Committee for Education Domain, Metropolis Project/Canadian Centres of Excellence for the Study of Immigration and Integration, Fifth International Metropolis Conference, Vancouver
            
2000 Chair, Languages &, Literacy Sessions, National Symposium for Education Domain, Metropolis Project/Canadian Centres of Excellence for the Study of Immigration and Integration, Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Comparative Education, University of Alberta, Edmonton
            
2000 External examiner, PhD dissertation, Caroline Riches, Faculty of Education, McGill University
 
1995 – present     Manuscript reviewer – Multilingua, TESOL Quarterly, Modern Language Journal, Canadian Modern Language Review, Canadian Ethnic Studies, Journal of Curriculum Studies, Canadian Journal of Special Education, Canadian Journal of Education, Curriculum Inquiry, Alberta Journal of Educational Research, Journal of International Migration and Immigration, McGill Journal of Education
 
1999 –2000 FCAR Grant reviewer
 
l999 Chair, Language and Literacy Metropolis Education Research Forum, Annual National Metropolis Conference: Immigration with an International Comparative Perspective, Vancouver
 
1998 – 1999 Member, National Search Committee for second Vice-President of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education
            
1997, 2000 – 2001, 2003 – 2004, 2007 SSHRC Grant Reviewer
 
1997 – 1998 Member, National Typology Committee for the Canadian Society for Studies in Education
            
1997 – 1998 Education Domain co-director (with Dr. L. LaRocque), Metropolis Project/Vancouver of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Integration in the Metropolis (RIIM)
            
1997 – 1998 Co-chair (with Dr. L. LaRocque) organizing the National Forum for Education Research in Metropolis (plenary and concurrent sessions), Metropolis Project/Canadian Centres of Excellence for the Study of Immigration and Integration, Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Comparative Education, Ottawa
 
l997 Co-chair (with Dr. M. Tokker), Languages &, Literacy Sessions, National Symposium for Education Domain, Metropolis Project/Canadian Centres of Excellence for the Study of Immigration and Integration, Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Comparative Education, Memorial University, St. John’s
 
l995 – 2000 Executive committee member, Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies
 
l994 – l996 Member of SFU leadership team, Urban Network for the Improvement of Teacher Education (UNITE), a partnership between Simon Fraser University, the University of Toronto, Ohio State University, Teachers College Columbia University, Central Conneticut State University, Indiana State University, the University of Louisville, the University of Miami, the University of Tennessee
 
Research interests:

Applied linguistics, language diversity, bilingualism, multilingualism, literacy, multilingual literacies, immigration, second language and bilingual education

Publications
Dagenais, D., Beynon, J. & Mathis, N. (in press). Intersections of social cohesion, education and identity. Pedagogies: An International Journal
Dagenais, D. & Jacquet, M.. (in press). Theories of representation in French and English scholarship on multilingualism. International Journal of Multilingualism.
Dagenais, D., Day, E., & Toohey, K. (2006). A multilingual child’s literacy practices and contrasting identities in the figured worlds of French Immersion classrooms. International Journal of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education, 9, 1-14
Van Enk, A., Dagenais, D., & Toohey, K. (2005). Contextualizing literacy and learning: Some emerging considerations for a socio-cultural perspective on school-based research. Language and Education, 19 (6), 496-512
Dagenais, D. (2003). Accessing imagined communities through multilingualism and immersion education. Language, Identity and Education, 2, (4). 269-283

  Search

Bookmark and Share

Bookmark and Share