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Merging Plurilingual and STE(A)M education to develop interculturality: teachers’ theories and practices in context – University of Copenhagen

Talk by professor Danièle Moore (Simon Fraser University, Canada) in the Digital series of talks on plurilingualism and interculturality on 8 November 2021

Author: Catherine Seewald/04 November 2021/Categories: Show on front page, Programme of activities, ECML programme 2020-2023, CLIL in languages other than English

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8 November 2021 - Talk by professor Danièle Moore (Simon Fraser University) in the Digital series of talks on plurilingualism and interculturality 

In this talk, Professor Daniele Moore discusses the potential of inquiry-based plurilingual and transdisciplinary projects to encourage critical awareness of plurality in the context of teacher training and K-12 instruction. Using international participatory and collaborative approaches to teacher-training, she examines diversely situated ecologies to explore how the theoretical lens of plurilingualism can contribute to raising awareness of translingual practice as an asset to challenge beliefs and praxis and produce alternative knowledges around teaching, learning, and researching-as-teacher-training.

Please register for this talk here (you will register for the whole series but are not obliged to attend all talks).

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The 'Digital series of talks on plurilingualism and interculturality' is coordinated by Petra Daryai-Hansen, in collaboration with Natalia Morollón Martí, Natascha Drachmann, Stephanie Kim Löbl, Anna Lena Sandberg and Karoline Søgaard, Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies, University of Copenhagen.

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