en  fr  de
  1. Home
  2.  > 
    Programme
  3.  > 
    Programme 2016-2019
  4.  > 
    Digital literacy for the teaching and learning of languages

Digital literacy for the teaching and learning of languages

Digital technology is still underused when it comes to language teaching and learning. This situation often arises from a lack of training. This project aims to address this teacher training need by providing the basis for a teaching methodology which integrates new technologies.  Read more

Working languages of the project: French, English
Project term: 2016-2018
Shortcut: www.ecml.at/elang
Link: Management

NEW E-lang training modules 

To access the training modules click here, then log in as a guest!

Who will benefit from the project?

  • Teachers
  • Teacher trainers

The aim is to help teachers develop competent and autonomous language users.

This project provides the basis for a teaching methodology which integrates new technologies. The ensuing tasks will combine:

  • varied online interactions,
  • a critical use of digital tools and resources to develop language and intercultural skills. 

Envisaged outputs

  • Pedagogical framework for the integration of ICT based on an analysis of current research & recent publications;
  • Training modules on an online platform;
  • Trainer kit for multipliers;
  • Webinars;
  • Training sessions could be offered if required by some institutions.

Envisaged outcomes

Language teachers can assist learners in building Personal Learning Environments using relevant resources, software and apps to move towards an autonomous practice of languages.

This is a project of the European Centre for Modern Languages within its "Languages at the heart of learning" programme 2016-2019.

Go to the programme webpage

Publication

The book explores a possible evolution of the action-oriented approach and the tasks associated to it as presented in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). It introduces a socio-interactional approach to language teaching and learning and a new type of task to be implemented on the Web 2.0: real-world tasks.

Available in English and French

View download page


Webinar from 12 October 2018:
Real world tasks, digital resources and autonomy

Download presentation

Events


No results for this criteria.

Latest articles

09.10.2018
E-lang webinar "Real world tasks, digital resources and autonomy": Friday 12 October, 16:30-18:00 (CET)

28.09.2018
Take part in the e-lang webinar "Real world tasks, digital resources and autonomy": Friday 12 October, 16:30-18:00 (CET)

13.06.2018
Just published : Courriel européen des langues – Issue no. 40, the e-magazine of the National Contact point for the ECML in France