Laure Galipeau

Faculty, French

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Laure Galipeau’s research has been focussed on integrating Universal Design for Learning (UDL) into her French as a Second Language courses to help accommodate individual learning differences. She along with two other colleagues, Effie Konstantinopoulos and Catherine Soleil, were awarded a three-year PAREA grant to study the « Impact des applications de la conception universelle de l’apprentissage sur le français écrit en FLS » Recently Laure, in conjunction with the same two colleagues, presented at the 2014 Le Français langue seconde au collégial (FLS) Symposium “Comment passer d’allophone à francophile?” hosted by Dawson College on June 6th.

Interests:

research on the acquisition of French as a second language by students with learning disabilities.

Contributions to Dawson’s Community: 

Laure, in conjunction with two other colleagues Effie Konstantinopoulos and Catherine Soleil, presented a panel discussion at the FLS Symposium hosted at Dawson College entitled “La conception universelle en action!”. She has also presented workshop sessions at Dawson’s faculty PED Day.

Publications:

Laure Galipeau, Catherine Soleil & Effie Konstantinopolous. “Changing Attitudes Changes Everything”. ProfWeb-Real Life Stories, February 10th, 2014.

 

 

 


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