Priorities in ECML member states
Education sectors, target groups and languages
This programme consists of two strands: development and mediation. The development strand focuses on innovation projects, on creating new solutions to the challenges identified in member states; through the mediation strand, member states can adapt and implement existing ECML resources as well as access ECML expertise through training and consultancy and national support events. Through conferences, webinars and by celebrating the European Day of Languages, the ECML opens up its activities to a wider public.
Together the 8 projects address the following key themes: formative assessment in early language learning and for newly arrived migrant children, languages in support of digital citizenship and other transversal skills, the CEFR Companion Volume and linguistic mediation, CLIL in languages other than English, neighbouring languages in cross-border vocational training, teacher competences for pluralistic approaches.
Resources for assessing the home language competences of migrant pupils
CLIL in languages other than English - successful transitions across educational stages
CEFR Companion Volume implementation toolbox
Developing teacher competences for pluralistic approaches - training and reflection tools for teachers and teacher educators
Digital citizenship through language education
Enhancing language education in cross-border vocational education
Young children's language learning pathways
Mediation in teaching, learning and assessment
Flyer in English
Flyer in French
Flyer in Slovenian
For support in national contexts within the ECML’s Training and consultancy activities, member states can choose from the following 12 areas:
** This training offer is open for 2020-2021.