Prisca Fenoglio

Prisca Fenoglio prisca.fenoglio [at] mcgill.ca (FENOGLIO Prisca)
Office: FERRIER 440
Tel.: 514 398-4172, ext. 00031

M.A. in Teaching French as a Second Language & Technologies for Education (France)
M.A. in French Literature (France)

 

A Teacher of French as a Second Language and Developer of online educational material, Prisca Fenoglio has worked at McGill since 2001. Her research and interest fields include:

  • New technologies and FSL teaching;
  • Body and affects in teaching/learning with digital tools;
  • The role of creativity in teaching/learning;
  • FSL online course development; MOOCs, BYOD, Web 2.0 tools;
  • Project-based Pedagogy;
     

Research project

  • Impact(s) of the use of the Web 2.0 tools in pedagogical scenarios on motivation and acquisition. Possibilities offered by those tools in terms of the role and place of body, affects and creativity. What possible link between affective and effective learning with the use of those tools? Research project in collaboration with Sarah Anthony (FLC, McGill).
     

Educational materials: books, coursepacks, workbooks, online materials

  • Université McGill. School of Continuing Studies. (2012). Written French for Workplace Communication. CEFN215 and CEFN216 courses. Retrieved from http://www.mcgill.ca/continuingstudies/programs-and-courses/languages/on... (writer & editor. Beauchamp, M.-C (dir.))
  • McGill University. International Association for Quebec Studies. Website: Panorama sur le Québec socio-économique. (editor)
     

Non-refereed Publications

  • Fenoglio, P. and Spiegelman, E. (2002). No Logo, la tyrannie des marques. Summary of N. Klein's book, No Logo. Website: Panorama sur le Québec socio-économique.
     

Conference presentations, workshops, panel discussions

  • Anthony, S. et Fenoglio, P. (2016, avril). Integrating Online Tools & Plateforms in Language Teaching Using Active Learning Pedagogy. Atelier sur invitation, Dawson College, Montréal, Canada

  • Anthony, S. et Fenoglio, P. (2016, mars). Le Web 2.0 en classe de langue : pourquoi et comment l’intégrer ? Atelier, Université McGill.

  • Anthony, S. et Fenoglio, P. (2015, Octobre). Pour favoriser la motivation, l’engagement et l’apprentissage en classe de FLS : l’intégration des outils du Web 2.0 par la scénarisation pédagogique. Atelier présenté deux fois lors de la journée CLE formation, organisée à l'Université McGill.

  • Anthony, S. and Fenoglio, P. (2015, March). Stimuler la motivation dans les cours de FLS : les nouvelles technologiques comme outils de création et de collaboration. Presentation at the World Congress of Modern Languages (CASTL - Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers).

  • Gadbois, M. and Fenoglio, P. (2008, May and July). Simulate and stimulate. Presentations at the AQEFLS and at the FIPF conferences, of the creation and use of virtual projects in the FSL credited programm of the School of Continuing Studies at McGill University.

  • Gadbois, M. and Fenoglio, P. (2003 and 2004, April and May). Multi-level project for integrating New Technologies in the FSL classroom. Presentations at the AQEFLS conference of an experience using the site http://www.polarfle.com at the School of Continuing Studies at McGill University.