Author: Catherine Seewald/08 February 2017/Categories: Show on front page, CEFR and ELP, Content and Language Integrated Learning, Early language learning, Employment and languages, Evaluation and assessment, Languages of schooling, Language teacher competences, Migration and language education, Mobility and intercultural learning, New media in language education, Plurilingual education, Sign languages, ECML programme 2016-2019
Linguistic and cultural diversity is now the norm in European classrooms. What does this mean for teachers, both language teachers and teachers of other subjects? How can teachers adapt their methodology to ensure that this linguistic and cultural capital becomes a rich resource for learning?
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