Carole Fleuret
Carole Fleuret
Full Professor

LMX 452
613-562-5800 ext. 4106

Carole Fleuret is a full professor in the Faculty of Education. She has a Ph.D. and M.A. in Education Sciences, with a didactic method option in French, as well as a Bachelor's degree in orthopedagogy from l'Université de Montréal. Her research focuses on second language didactics, plurilingual repertoires and multilingualism. She conducts studies on the appropriation of the writing, on orthographic development and on the socio-cognitive and cultural components involved in written socialization among minority populations, all from an intercultural perspective. She is also interested in the different models of reception services for newcomers. Following the 2022 publication of the'Right to Read'report issued by the Ontario Human Rights Commission, the Centre Jules-Léger Consortium selected Professor Fleuret to co-lead the development and piloting of a reading intervention program for students in Francophone school boards in Ontario. Professor Fleuret also shares her expertise in education trends and research as a regular guest on the francophone radio station UniqueFM.

Research interests

  • Socialisation à l'écrit
  • Développement orthographique
  • Étude des composantes socio-cognitives et culturelles en jeu dans l'appropriation de l'écrit en langue seconde
  • Plurilinguisme/ Interculturel
  • Orthographes approchées
  • Littérature de jeunesse