An electronic ELP-platform fosters plurilingual and intercultural learning in formal and informal educational settings, thereby reflecting the principles of the CEFR and the Council of Europe. It also promotes network building of users in member states and promotes the use of new technologies.
Such a platform can offer pedagogical tools for learning, assessing and documenting learning outputs and learning outcomes for both individual and group activities. It can play a significant role in consolidating the integration of new media with well-established pedagogical approaches.
- Language teachers in primary, secondary and higher education including adult and vocational education;
- Teacher trainers;
- Teachers of other subjects;
- CLIL teachers.
Results and benefits
- Initiation and support of networks of professional users of an electronic ELP-platform for teachers in primary, secondary and higher education as well as adult and vocational education in to both formal and informal language learning.
- Developing these users’ understanding and implementation of self-assessment (formative and summative), goal-setting and learning-to-learn strategies.Enhanced effectiveness of language and subject learning in formal and informal contexts;
- Improved effectiveness of using web-based tools for lifelong language learning;
- Existing networks of users of new technologies, of the CEFR and/or of the ELP will be further developed, consolidated and optimised via an e-platform;
- New networks will be set up and supported via the e-platform;
- Consolidation of regular exchange of expertise and good practice in the use of the e-platform.
- Enhanced quality and efficiency in the use of an electronic ELP-platform.
- Dissemination of innovation through the use of an electronic ELP-platform;
- Enhanced quality and efficiency in language learning in the context of lifelong learning.