How to get involved?
Individuals with a special interest and professional background in the topic of this particular project are invited to take up contact with the ECML National Nominating Authority in their country so that they can be considered for participation in the corresponding project workshop.
If you are working in a country that is a State party to the European Cultural Convention, but not a member State of the ECML (Azerbaijan, Georgia, Hungary, Italy, Monaco, Portugal, Republic of Moldova, Russian Federation, San Marino, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom) you are welcome to contact the ECML secretariat: Erika.Komon@ecml.at.
Project workshop, 2-3 December 2021
The workshop emphasizes
the purposes and methods for the assessment of skills of plurilingual students in their home languages to support their learning and career pathways (recognition of students’ linguistic repertoires, continuity in school pathways, taking into account the language skills of students in their educational trajectories, access to training for professionals working in this area, etc).
Profile of participants
Teachers, stakeholders in education, institutions and /or associations for the assessment of language skills, decision-makers / political actors and stakeholders in language teaching.
Experience, competences required
- expertise in receiving and schooling migrant or bi/plurilingual students, and/or in the assessment of students' language skills;
- practical experience (education / training, recognition schemes and development of evaluation tools, research) is highly desirable;
- knowledge on issues of plurilingualism and the work of the Council of Europe in connection with plurilingual and intercultural education;
- interpersonal skills and availability to work in an international network with online exchanges.