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June 2014

Participation in an external event

2-13 June 2014
Trainer Development Course for Tunisian ESP teachers in Higher Education
Venue: Tunis, Tunisia
Organiser: British Council, contact: Kiros Langston, English Programmes Manager
ECML expert: Margit Szesztay, coordinator of the ECML project “Group facilitation in teacher education” (Group Lead) (2004-2007)
Participants: 22 higher education teachers of ESP
ECML contribution: publication First steps in teacher training: A practical guide - “The TrainEd Kit” (2007)
Website

Expert mission in the framework of the ECML project “Developing migrants' language competences at the workplace” (LanguageforWork)

3-4 June 2014
3rd Intergovernmental Conference: “Quality in the linguistic Integration of Adult Migrants (LIAM): from values to policy and practice”
Venue:
Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France
Expert:
Alexander Braddell, United Kingdom
Project sites:   http://www.ecml.at/languageforwork;
www.coe.int/lang-migrants
Conference site: http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/conference_EN.asp?

Participation in an external event

3-5 June 2014
Course "Plurilingüismo, participación y cohesión social: Calidad y equidad en la educación europea"
Venue: Salamanca, Spain
Organisation: OAPEE (Ministerio de Educación Cultura y Deporte), Pestalozzi (Council of Europe)
ECML expert: Mercè Bernaus, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 
Participants: 45 teachers and teacher trainers
ECML contribution: project results:
- “Language Educator Awareness” (LEA, 2004-2007, publication, website) and
- "Plurilingualism and pluriculturalism in content teaching” (ConBaT+, 2008-2011, publication, website)

Participation in an external event

9-10 June 2014
Eighth International Conference of the Language Teachers’ Association of Lithuania
Venue: Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania (9 June), Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences (10 June), Vilnius, Lithuania
Organisation: Language Teachers’ Association of Lithuania, Language Teaching Centre of the Professional Competence Development Institute at the Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences, Public Service Language Centre, Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences
Participants: 150 language teaching professionals as well as developers of educational and cultural policies from Lithuania and foreign countries working at different educational institutions, enterpreneurs
ECML contribution: documentation stand, folder and flyer of the LACS project “Language associations and collaborative support“
Website

ECML training and consultancy for member States

5 June 2014
 “Plurilingual and intercultural competences: descriptors and teaching materials” (FREPA)
Venue: Goethe-Institut, Munich, Germany
Expert: Anna Schröder-Sura, Germany
Local organiser: Karin Ende, Goethe-Institut, Munich, Germany
Working language: German
Participants: Members of the language department of the Goethe-Institut, responsible for development of teacher training programs and quality assurance
Website:  http://carap.ecml.at

ECML training and consultancy for member States

5-6 June 2014
 “Plurilingual and intercultural competences: descriptors and teaching materials” (FREPA)
Venue: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Experts: Petra Daryai-Hansen, Denmark; Brigitte Gerber, Switzerland
Local organiser: Liljana Kač, National Education Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Working languages: English and French
Participants: language teachers and teacher trainers, multipliers

Preparatory meeting of Workshop 5/2014

11 June 2014
Workshop for ECML National Nominating Authorities and ECML National Contact Points
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria
Participants: Terry Lamb, United Kingdom; Onno van Wilgenburg, The Netherlands; ECML Secretariat

Workshop 5/2014

12 June 2014 (9-12.30 hours)
Workshop for ECML National Nominating Authorities
 
12 June (14.30 hours) -13 June 2014
Workshop for ECML National Nominating Authorities and for ECML National Contact Points
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria
Coordination: ECML Secretariat
Moderators: Terry Lamb, United Kingdom; Onno van Wilgenburg, The Netherlands
Working languages: English and French, with simultaneous interpretation
Participants: 1 delegate per member state, nominated by the ECML national nominating authorities
Participants’ profile:
Representatives of ECML national nominating authorities and of ECML national contact points

Preparatory meeting of the network meeting

16 June 2014
“Literacies through Content and Language Integrated Learning: effective learning across subjects and languages” (CLIL and literacy)
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria
Participants: project team

Network meeting

17-18 June 2014
“Literacies through Content and Language Integrated Learning: effective learning across subjects and languages” (CLIL and literacy)
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria
Coordinator: Oliver Meyer, Germany
Co-animators: Ana Halbach, Spain; Kevin Schuck, Netherlands; Do Coyle, United Kingdom
Participants: up to 16 experts

Innovative methodologies and assessment in language learning, EU – ECML cooperation agreement 2013-2014

17-18 June 2014
“Relating language examinations to the common European reference levels of language proficiency: promoting quality assurance in education and facilitating mobility (RELANG)”: Expert meeting
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria
Participants: coordination team members

 

Confidence building measures of the Council of Europe

24-25 June 2014
Teacher training seminar on foreign language learning for teachers in Abkhazia and Georgia
Venue: Sukhumi, Georgia
Experts: Mercè Bernaus, Spain; David Newby, Austria
Organisation:
the Directorate of Political Advice of the Council Europe in cooperation with the ECML
Participants: foreign languages teachers/teacher trainers
Project sites:
http:// http://conbat.ecml.at/; http://epostl2.ecml.at

Preparatory meeting of Workshop 6/2014

24 June 2014
“Collaborative Community Approach to Migrant Education” (Community)
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria
Participants: project team

Workshop 6/2014

25-27 June 2014
“Collaborative Community Approach to Migrant Education” (Community)
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria
Coordinator: Andrea Young, France
Co-animators: Ruth Garcia Carrasco, Spain; Vicky Macleroy, United Kingdom; Roula Tsokalidou, Greece
Working languages: English and French, with simultaneous interpretation
Participants: 1 delegate per member state, nominated by the ECML national nominating authorities
Participants’ profile:
Professional background
Language education advisors, teachers working in multilingual (formal and informal) learning environments (nursery, primary, secondary), representatives from groups and associations concerned with multilingual education, teacher educators working in areas with high proportions of migrant children.
 
Experience, competences required
Knowledge of/interest in plurilingual pedagogies and developing parental/community involvement to enhance learning for migrant children
 
Expected involvement/tasks before, during and after the event
Participants will be asked to complete specific tasks producing and commenting on materials in order to productively share ideas at workshop. After the event, participants will be involved in disseminating project materials and promoting online teacher education module and resources in own country.
 

If you wish to participate click here and contact your National Nominating Authority

Expert meeting

25 June 2014
“ECML publications for plurilingual and intercultural education in use” (PIU)
Venue: Institut für Mehrsprachigkeit, Fribourg, Switzerland
Coordinator: Ulrike Haslinger, Austria
Participants: project team

ECML training and consultancy for member States

25 June 2014
 “Plurilingual and intercultural competences: descriptors and teaching materials” (FREPA):
Workshop “Integrative approaches between the language of schooling, foreign languages and home languages in multilingual education: What does the ECML offer?”
Venue: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Experts: Michel Candelier, France; Anna Schröder-Sura, Germany
Local organiser: Rick de Graaff, professor of Language Pedagogy, Inholland University of Applied Science
Working language: English
Participants: (language) teacher trainers in primary or secondary education, language coordinators in primary or secondary education, applied researchers on plurilingual approaches to teaching and learning
   
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