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ECML PROGRAMME - Programme 2012-2015

A pluriliteracies approach to teaching for learning

A pluriliteracies approach builds on CLIL approaches to help learners become better meaning-makers, who can draw on content knowledge to communicate successfully across languages, disciplines and cultures. In this way it promotes deep learning and helps develop responsible, global citizens.

Dissemination

Training Events/Courses:

• TESOL 2014 EVO (Electronic Village Online) Course on CLIL.
Webinar presentation on February 13th
http://evosessions.pbworks.com/w/page/10708567/FrontPage

• INDIRE “Corso di Perfezionamento sul CLIL: 20CFU” (post-graduate level Professional 
Development Course sponsored by the National Teacher Training Agency: 20 Credits):
27 teachers
• Pedagogische Hochschule Wien (Vienna University College of Teacher Education): CLIL
July 24, 2013  CLIL teachers 150 participants,  Eichstaett  
September 27, 2013  CLIL teachers and teacher trainers,  Saarbrucken
October 2013,  presented preliminary model: ca. 25 teachers
November 27, 2013  ECML coordinators,  Graz
February 22, 2014  CLIL teacher and teacher trainers (150  participants ),  Freiberg
March 2014,  presented current model: ca. 50 teachers
June 3, 2014  Curriculum Designer,  Berlin

Conferences

• British Council: CLIL Policy and Practice, Como March 10-13, 2014.
http://englishagenda.britishcouncil.org/news/clil-policy-and-practice-invitation-only-%20policy-workshop-draft-new-strategy-clil-europe

ca. 80 delegates representing Ministries of Education/Education Boards from 26 EU 
member states.

• GLO.C.L.I.L.2: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice, Bari, October 23, 2013 
Workshop “CLIL: Transforming Upper Secondary Content Education”Presented preliminary model: ca. 120 teachers.
Sixth national CLIL conference ‘CLIL Broadens Your Horizons’  600 participants
http://www.europeesplatform.nl/tto/sixth-national-clil-conference-clil-broadens-your-horizons/

Power point presentation
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4aBAks3teTEYVRBY2x0U00tMXM/edit?usp=sharing

http://clilmagazine.nl/developing-literacy-clil

 

What to disseminate How to disseminate Whom to disseminate to
Report on current research on "literacy development through CLIL"
Use of CLIL 2.0 website to publish the Report / publication in scientific journal / presentation at international conference
(i) Academic Community -Researchers and teacher trainers
(ii) Professional Community
e.g.Professional Associations and Teacher Journals/CLIL network websites (e.g. CCN)
New construct based on distinction between BICS and CALP
(i)Academic: Publication inscientificjournal / presentation at conference / PhD theses
(ii)Professional: Using vodcasts and talking head interviews with participating teachers and their learners and teacher educators using Web 2.0 technologies
Researchers, teacher trainers and teachers
Tool Kit :new approach to literacy-led language teaching
Publication on Web; publication of information booklet; use of other web2.0 technologies (e.g. YouTube/Facebook) to disseminate the toolkit and the information leaflet.
Presentation to network partners at NW and participants at WS; presentation through team members' local teacher training workshops; presentation at conferences; development of materials based on this approach
Dissemination will be through a series of different channels depending on the targeted group e.g. Professional Associations, CLIL 2.0 website and its links to other sites, presence at conferences and academic/professional publications
Policy-makers and stakeholders;
Teachers and teacher trainers;
Learners

 

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