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Languages, plurilingualism and intercultural proficiency in cross-border working environments: What do teachers, teacher educators, learners, political and economic stakeholders think?

Latest developments of the ECML project "Enhancing language education in cross-border vocational education education" (2020-23)

Author: Catherine Seewald/15 December 2020/Categories: Show on front page, ECML programme 2020-2023, Enhancing language education in cross-border vocational education

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In order to learn more about the situation concerning these questions in the different geographical, political, economic and social contexts, the members of the project “Enhancing language education in cross-border vocational education” will soon start a survey to get in touch with the different stakeholders in the fields of education, economy and politics. Their answers will help to understand the specific needs in the different (border) regions for plurilingual and intercultural education and to develop, in a next step, tailor-made concepts and pedagogical materials.

Based on their experience in their respective fields and the intense exchange during the last months, the experts from Germany, Luxembourg, Poland, Lithuania, France, Romania and Denmark are convinced that solutions to improve plurilingual and intercultural education in cross-border vocational training are possible.

Claudia Polzin-Haumann, Sabine Ehrhart

 

This news item results from the expert meeting of the ECML project "Enhancing language education in cross-border vocational education education" (26-27 November 2020). The virtual meeting brought together the project team and associate partners: Dr. Claudia Polzin-Haumann (project coordinator), Prof. Dr. Sabine Ehrhart, Dr. Barbara Morcinek-Abramczyk, Dr. Vaida Misevičiūtė;  Dr. Christina Reissner (GRETI), Fabienne Korb (ISM), Annette Falk (Goethe-Institut), Dr. Camilla Hansen (UC SYD).

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