European language policy aims at fostering plurilingualism in individuals, but how this goal can be attained within schools as institutions has not been part of the education policy discourse. A project at the ECML took up the idea of a plurilingual whole school curriculum, and specific elements of such a curriculum have been implemented and tested at 16 schools in a number of European countries. Some of the elements have been accompanied by research. This volume presents research and reports on practical implementation of plurilingual whole school curricula.
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Target users: decision-makers in the spheres of education policy-making and teacher training, teachers, researchers.
Authors: Elisabeth Allgäuer-Hackl, Kristin Brogan, Ute Henning, Britta Hufeisen, Joachim Schlabach.
Languages: English – German.
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