HSE LED Conference is an extensive and multilateral space for scientific and professional experience exchange, established by School of Foreign Languages of HSE University.
LED abbreviation encompasses three leading concepts which stand for Languages, Education, and Development respectively. Three major tracks complement each other and form the core of the Conference and each of its tracks individually.
HSE LED Conference unites scientists and teachers, experts and practitioners, administrators and managers in order to discuss the most timely issues of language education.
“WE HAVE COMBINED VARIOUS FORMATS, THEREBY ENSURING THE VERSATILITY OF THE DISCUSSION”
Submission of applications
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Registration as listeners
Start of the Conference
[ professor ]
Doctor of Phylology Head of the Department of Foreign Languages Faculty of Humanities HSE University, Nizhniy Novgorod
Topic: "Gender Representation in English: from Androcentrism to Revision of the Binary Paradigm"
[ professor ]
Doctor of Pedagogy Associate Professor Professor, Department of German Studies and Linguistic Didactics Institute of Foreign Languages Moscow City University
Topic: "Intellectually Oriented Language Education: A Response to the Challenges of the Nowadays Reality"
[ Research Professor ]
Doctor of Phylology Professor School of foreign languages HSE University, Moscow
Topic: "Meta-discourse Interactive Resources to Facilitate the Interpreting of Discourse"
[ Head of DH Center ]
Doctor of Phylology Head of DH Center HSE University
Topic: "Dynamics of H. Longfellow's style: quantitative approach"
[ Head of the Resource Capability Development Department ]
Doctor of Phylology Head of the Resource Capability Development Department Leading Research Fellow, Institute of Scientific Information for Social Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences Professor at the Chair, Moscow State Linguistic University
Topic: "Conscientious Сonduct of Scientific Research in Linguistics"
[ Head of European projects for the development of textbooks for Russian as a foreign language and for bilinguals ]
Doctor of pedagogy Professor Head of European projects for the development of textbooks for Russian as a foreign language and for bilinguals
Topic: "What a Modern Intercultural Foreign Language Textbook Should Be Like"
Indianapolis, IUPUI University. School of Liberal Arts. The USA.
Barbara E. and Karl R. Zimmer Chair in Intercultural Communication Chancellor's Professor of English. Director of the International Center for Intercultural Communication. Adjunct Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Adjunct Professor of Philanthropic Studies.
Birkbeck, University of London. Department of Applied Linguistics and Communication. United Kingdom.
Jean-Marc Dewaele does research on individual differences in psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic, pragmatic, psychological and emotional variables in SLA and Multilingualism. He won the Equality and Diversity Research Award from the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (2013) and the Robert Gardner Award for Excellence in L2 and Bilingualism research from IALSP in 2016.
Jena, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität. Language Education & FL-Teaching Methods / German as a Foreign Language, Germany.
Emeritus Professor since 2019. Senior Professor and Director of "Arbeitsstelle Lehrwerkforschung" (Textbook Research and Materials Development), ALM. Advisory Board of the Central Office of German Schools abroad (under the auspices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) Chairman 2011 - 2021. Advisory Board for Digital Materials Development of Deutsche Welle TV (German Television) since 2015. Board of Controllers for BAMF (German Office of Migrant Integration) on Language Education for the Ministry of the Interior since 2014. President of GMF (Foreign Language Teachers of Germany) till 2012. Teaching and research interests: General didactics and Foreign languages teaching methodology, research and development of teaching materials, mental lexicon and grammar at Language classes.
Professor of TESOL at California State University, Fullerton.
Received Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics at UCLA with a focus on language assessment. Professor Carr’s research interests are eclectic but focus on language assessment, particularly validation, assessment literacy training, computer-based testing, automated scoring, rating scale use and development, and test task characteristics. He is the author of Designing and Analyzing Language Tests , published in 2011 by Oxford University Press. He served a Fulbright Fellow in Kazakhstan in 2017, and has served as a U.S. State Department English Language Specialist in Azerbaijan, Indonesia, and Vietnam.