Presentations

Conference Presentations (Selected)

Wong, M. (2017, October). Beyond the Walls of an Elementary Technology-Enhanced Classroom. Paper presented at Alberta Teachers of English as a Second Language Conference, Calgary,AB.

Wong, M. (2017, March). Blurring the boundary lines: Gaining an understanding of the literacy practices within technology-enhanced classrooms. Paper presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, Portland, OR.

Wong, M. (2016, May). Rap battles and youtube: Deconstructing the literacy practices of elementary learners within a technology-enhanced classroom. Paper presented at Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics Association 2016 Conference, Calgary, AB.

Wong, M. (2016, April). From evie to silly putty: Negotiating the various learning spaces of a grade six technology-enhanced classroom. Paper presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, Orlando, FL.

Wong, M. (2015, June). Unpacking the English Language Learners’ Literacy Practices in Technology-Enhanced Classrooms. Paper presented at Centre for Applied English Studies International Conference, Hong Kong, China.

Wong, M. (2015, March). Using a blended classroom to support content area reading. Presented at the TESOL 2015 International Convention & English Language Expo, Toronto, ON.

Wong, M. (2015, March). “Blend it up”: Examining the Literacy Practices of K-12 English Language Learners within a Blended Classroom. Paper presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, Toronto, ON.

Haggerty, J., Wong, M., Okuda, T., &  Peña, E. (2015, March). Performing the “graduate class”online: Academic discourse socialization practices among domestic and international doctoral students in a blended classroom. Paper presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, Toronto, ON.

Haggerty, J., Wong, M., Okuda, T., &  Peña, E. (2014, May). Playing “writing games”: Academic discourse socialization into first year doctoral studies. Presented at Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics Association 2014 Conference. St. Catherine’s, ON.

Wong, M. (2014, May). Smart virtual word walls: Moving away from the traditional into the digital. Presented at Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference, Kamloops, BC.

Wong, M. (2014, May). Designers of meaning: A visual analysis of teacher training lessons. Presented at the Investigating Our Practices Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Haggerty, J., Okuda, T.,  Pena, E., & Wong, M. (2014, May). Friendly fire? A study of academic discourse socialization among two international and two domestic students entering a Canadian university. Presented at the Investigating Our Practices Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Wong, M. & Pena, E. (2014, March). Passing notes: Four phd students’ collaborative reflection on their academic discourse socialization into first-year doctoral studies in a canadian university. Poster presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics  Conference, Portland, OR.

Wong, M. (2013, July). Getting smart: Virtual word walls workshop. Presented at the International Perspectives on Technology-Enhanced Learning Conference, Vancouver, BC. Abstract retrieved from http://ocs.educ.ubc.ca/index.php/IPTEL/IPTEL2013/paper/view/36

Wong, M. (2013, May). Smart virtual word walls: Reimaging the traditional word wall. Presented at the Investigating Our Practices Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Other Presentations (Selected)

Wong, M. (2017, November). Exploring the Possibilities of a Technology-Enhanced Classroom. Presented at Alberta English as a Second Language Council Conference, Lake Louise, AB.

Wong, M. (2016, February). Reconnecting Research and Practice: Utilizing Technology to Support your English Language Learners. Presented at Palliser Teachers’ Convention, Calgary, AB.

Wong, M. (2015, October). Connecting Research and Practice: Technology and ELLs. Presented at Alberta English as a Second Language Council Conference, Kananaskis, AB.

Wong, M. (2015, February). Research to practice: Supporting the english language learner using technologyPresented at the Greater Edmonton Teachers’ Convention, Edmonton, AB.

Wong, M. (2015, February). “Blend it up”: Exploring the literacy practices of english language learners in blended classrooms. Presented at the Calgary City Teachers’ Convention, Calgary, AB.

Wong, M. (2015, February). Research to practice: Supporting the english language learner using technology. Presented at the Calgary City Teachers’ Convention, Calgary, AB.

Wong, M. (2014, November). Connecting research and practice: Technology and ELLs. Presented at Alberta English as a Second Language Council Conference, Edmonton, AB.

Wong, M. (2014, February). Personalizing for the engligh language learner: Using technology as a tool. Presented at the Calgary City Teachers’ Convention, Calgary, AB.

Wong, M. (2013, August). Using technology (including SMART boards) in your kindergarten classroom. Presented at the Tools of the Mind Workshop Series. Vancouver, BC.

Wong, M. (2013, March). Bring technology into the language classroom. Presented at the Digital Literacy Centre Series. Vancouver, BC.

Wong, M. (2013, March). Ell literacy and technology: Exploring the tools for the Classroom. Presented at the Greater Edmonton Teachers’ Convention, Edmonton, AB.

Wong, M (2012, May). Using elluminate to connect gifted students. Presented at the Calgary Board of Education, Calgary AB.

Wong, M. (2012, February). Ell literacy and technology. Presented at the Calgary City Teachers’ Convention, Calgary, AB.

Wong, M. (2009, November). Esl and technology: Tips for the classroom. Presented at the Alberta English as a Second Language Council Conference, Edmonton, AB.

Wong, M. (2008, May). Esl and assistive technology. Presented at the Calgary Board of Education Assistive Technology Conference, Calgary, AB.

Thompson, L., Wong, M. & Drost, T. (2005, October). Aboriginal, global and francophone perspectives: Ideas for teaching and planning with the new  alberta social studies curriculum. Presented at the Alberta Social Studies Council Annual Conference, Jasper, AB.

 


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