Glossos Journal

Glossos is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to publishing original, independent research in languages and linguistics. In addition to publishing articles devoted to any of the world's languages, Glossos also exists to provide an avenue of publication for articles based on SEELRC research projects. In this way, Glossos is devoted to the specific needs of Slavic and East European language instructors and learners, as well as the applied and theoretical linguistics communities.

ISSN 1544-404X

Current Issue

Issue 16: Fall 2020 (publication in progress)

A collection of articles, PowerPoint presentations, and videos produced as a result of our 2020 Summer Institute on Pedagogy and Diversity: Deepening partnerships across NC K-12 and universities (NCCU, NC A&T, Gardner-Webb, Duke). Subtopics over the 3 day virtual confernece were: Future teachers, curriculum and social justice: Equitable teaching and learning across the curriculum & Pedagogy, Diversity& Equitable Teaching and Learning across the Curriculum: Language Pedagogy, Research and Testing: Development of web-based materials for classroom and remote platforms

Minority Voices in Education: A Playbook for Uncomfortable Conversations About Race by Javaria Johnson and Cheresa Greene Simpson

Social Emotional Learning During COVID-19 by Megan Lyons, Freda Hicks, and Kia Eason

Covid Toolkit: A Resource for Educators: Navigating COVID-19 Through the Use of Culturally Responsive Teaching and Social Emotional Learning by Megan Lyons, Freda Hicks, and Kia Eason

 

Issue 15: Summer 2020

Disembodied Teaching and Learning: Contributions from Speech Acts, Peircean Sign Theory and Multimodal Approaches to Embodied Cognition by Edna Andrews

Best Practices in Collecting and Encoding Behavioral Data for Analysis in fMRI Studies of Multilingualism and Musicianship by Hannah Folks, Caroline Gamard, Hope Morales, Devika Naphade, Krishna Sinha, Hanna Stern, Lena Yannella

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