The international MIRACLE consortium "Migrants and Refugees -- A Challenge for Learning in European Schools" has designed a training course for elementary school teachers working in a multicultural class environment entitled "Civic-Cross-Cultural-Competences - A Practical Approach".
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Quality assurance in language teaching is a key priority across Europe. It is also an essential issue for those seeking to take to apply for European project funding. In this article, Stéphanie Favre looks at the challenges of quality and the different levels at which it can be applied.
The third session of 'Breeding Better Language Learners' will take place on 11 June 2011 at the University of Leicester (UK).
Sun, 27/11/2011 - Fri, 02/12/2011
The course 'Activating new technologies for CLIL practice' will take place in Levi (Finland) from 27 November to 02 December 2011.
ICT is playing an ever-increasing role in the languages classroom helping to motivate students and facilitate language acquisition. Ever fancied taking some time out to get up to speed with all the latest ICT tools? Want help deciding what’s hot and what’s not? Then join us for our June seminar in Madrid (Spain).
Fri, 01/04/2011 - Sat, 30/04/2011
The Spanish Ministry of Education is offering grants for Teachers of Spanish in the U.K to attend University Summer Courses in Spain. The Consejería encourage interested teachers to participate. The application deadline is 30 April 2011.
The thinking approach course "Teaching Russian in Europe: Development of Creativity and Thinking Skills of Learners" will take place on 23 - 29 October 2011 in Jurmala (Latvia).
The Foresite training course "Designing and improving online support for language teachers" will take place from 4 to 8 July 2011 in Sèvres (France). Developed as a follow-up to the SAEL project, it has been specially designed for European language teacher trainers to help them design and improve training courses using ICT.
Creativity in MFL is one of the strands of the UK's National Curriculum. This talk aims to present a large number of ideas for using language creatively at all levels up to GCSE and beyond and to show how they can be integrated into a scheme of work. This event will take place on 15 February 2011 in Manchester, UK.