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Join the OECD webinar on “Lights, Camera, Fluency: How pop music, podcasts, and Tik Tok are impacting English language learning” (20 February 2024, 13:00-14:00 CET)

Author: Alfredo Martínez Racero /16 February 2024/Categories: Show on front page

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Beyond formal lessons, today’s students are immersing themselves in English through various and innovative avenues, reshaping the landscape of language education. What are the implications of this new English-learning reality for teachers and learners?

The panel, inspired by key findings from the OECD’s research on global English learning which is co-financed by the European Commission, will share insights and discuss implications for education systems.

Speakers include

  • Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills, OECD
  • Sophia Eriksson, Director for Youth, Education and Erasmus+, European Commission
  • Anna Sole Mena, Senior Expert, European Commission
  • Selma Koyuncu, Teacher of English, Puistopolku Comprehensive School, Helsinki, Finland
  • Hanan Khalifa, Language testing and evaluation expert
  • Stavros Kontos, English language student, 2nd Model General Lyceum of Athens, Greece

Moderated by Sasha Ramirez-Hughes, Communications Manager, Directorate for Education and Skills

Register here.


Related ECML resources

The use of new media and of connectivity has opened up enormous opportunities, but also many challenges for language learning and teaching. ECML projects have addressed the issue of developing teachers’ digital skills and their critical awareness of online teaching resources so that these can be integrated effectively into teaching.

How the ECML contributes to developing the use of new media: thematic collectionICT inventory


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