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Colin A. Baker

Professor of Education

Bangor University

HQ Phone:  +44 1248 382100

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Bangor University

Deiniol Road

Bangor, Gwynedd,LL57 2UW

United Kingdom

Company Description

We offer guidance and support in the following areas: Unfair Practice Missed deadlines Mitigating/Special Circumstances Complaints Appeals The University's Rules and Regulations Some of the most common problems students experience relate to your academic d...more

Background Information

Employment History

Foundations of Bilingual Education


Affiliations

University of Glamorgan

Professor Emeritus and Honorary Fellow


Channel View Publications Ltd

Series Advisor


Quality Assurance Agency

Board Member


British Psychological Society

Fellow


Curriculum Corporation

Member


Welsh Language Board

Member


Assessment

Member


Education

BA

Educational Studies

Bangor/University of Wales


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Glamorgan


Master of Philosophy


degrees

Educational Studies

Bangor/University of Wales


degrees of Bachelor of Arts

University of Birmingham


Web References(180 Total References)


Who�s Afraid of Multilingual Education? by Amir Kalan - Multilingual Matters | Channel View Publications

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- Colin Baker, Bangor University, UK


Foundations of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism by Colin Baker, Wayne E. Wright - Multilingual Matters | Channel View Publications

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Foundations of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism Author: Colin Baker, Wayne E. Wright
The master of writing on bilingual education, Baker, collaborates with a younger master, Wright. Colin Baker is Emeritus Professor at Bangor University, UK. He is the author of research publications, books for parents and an encyclopedia, all on the subject of bilingualism, as well as the 5 previous editions of this textbook. He is the former co-editor of theBilingual Education and Bilingualism books series for Multilingual Matters.


Waltham Forest Bilingual Group - Guest speakers

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Colin Baker
Colin Baker, Professor of Education at Bangor University, came to talk to our group on 16th September 2006. He is the author of a number of books including : A Parent and Teachers Guide to Bilingualism, Encyclopedia of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education and B is for Papillon, Biliteracy in the home. Although an academic, Colin Baker is clearly committed to practical aspects of how to make bilingualism work in the family and at school.


Waltham Forest Bilingual Group - Colin Baker

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Colin Baker
Colin Baker Colin Baker, Professor of Education at Bangor University, came to talk to our group on 16th September 2006. He is the author of a number of books including : A Parent and Teachers Guide to Bilingualism, Encyclopedia of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education and B is for Papillon, Biliteracy in the home. Although an academic, Colin Baker is clearly committed to practical aspects of how to make bilingualism work in the family and at school. Colin set out 10 advantages of bilingualism and he indicated that it takes quite some energy, commitment and perseverance to raise children bilingually and that reminding yourself of the advantages when things don't seem to be going well can help you to keep going.


Waltham Forest Bilingual Group - Growing up with languages

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Book Launch with Colin Baker
by Colin Baker, Prof. Bangor University Colin Baker is one of the UK's leading experts on multilingualism, author of many key texts for families, professionals and academics.


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