Regard sur les croyances des enseignants et sur le bilinguisme


  • Eve-Lyne Leclerc étudiante à l'UQAR
  • Edith Jolicoeur
  • Marianne Paul


The Bas-St-Laurent region is becoming increasingly diverse. Indeed, the rate of immigrant students is increasing, with only seven of the 85 schools in the area without immigrant students in 2016 (Borri-Anadon & Hirsch, 2021). Furthermore, the rate of students with special needs is also increasing (BDSOQ, 2021). However, very little research has examined the bilingualism of students with special needs (Conner & al., 2020; Howard & al., 2021). This conference proceedings offer to look into two concepts that will be investigated in this research: teacher beliefs and bilingualism. After defining these concepts, teachers’ beliefs from previous research will be presented. Finally, a methodology for studying teachers’ beliefs about bilingual students with special needs will be considered.





CJNSE-CCGSE Special Issue