South Asian Studies Council at Yale: “South Asian Language in the Diaspora”

Event time: 
Friday, April 16, 2021 - 1:45pm to 4:45pm
Saturday, April 17, 2021 - 10:45am to 4:45pm
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Event description: 

The South Asian Studies Council at Yale, The South Asia Institute at the University of Texas at Austin, and New York University present a conference. 

“South Asian Language in the Diaspora.”

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• Promoting South Asian Languages through collaboration between Indian organizations and American institutions, Sandeep Bhutoria, Prabha Khaitan Foundation, Kolkata, India
• Role of Intercultural Competence in Foreign Language Teaching, Pankaj Narke, Vellore Institute of Technology, Andhra Pradesh University, India
• Integrating Emerging Technologies, Ritu Jayakar, Penn State University
• Differentiation: Approach to Student-Centered Classroom, Rajni Bhargava, New York University
• Understanding the Gap Between Second Year and Accelerated Classes, Mansi Bajaj, the University of Texas at Austin
• Ancient Pedagogy for the Modern Classroom: The Case for Grammar Aleksandar Uskokov, Yale University
• Challenges in Teaching Sanskrit Nataliya Yanchevskaya, Princeton University
• Active Learning in the Sanskrit Classroom Nell Shapiro Hawley, Harvard University
• The Dictionary of Bhakti Swapna Sharma, Yale University
• The Why, What and Hows of Inclusive Pedagogy in the context of South Asian Language Classrooms Seema Khurana, Yale University, Ahmed Shamim and Gautami Shah, the University of Texas at Austin
• Teaching Interactional Practices in the Hindi Language classroom Divya Chaudhry, Vanderbilt University
• Equity in South Asian Language classrooms Gyanam Mahajan, the University of California at Los Angeles
• Teaching Hindi in High Tech Environment of NC State University” Nilakshi Phukan, North Carolina State University
LACE@NYU Roundtable Discussion Series: Effective Strategies for Online Teaching: Engaging students in the three modes of communication.
- Lead Presentation: Research and Implicit/Explicit instruction in L2 Hindi-Urdu, Rajiv Ranjan, Michigan State University
- Kavita ki pathshala: a global educational project, Anoop Bhargava, JhilMil
- Interpersonal communication-based activities for online Urdu instruction, Romeena Kureishy, STARTALK@Kean University
- Effective online activities in the three modes of communication, Sarfaraz Farouqui, New York University

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