The ECML's e-newsletter The European Language Gazette provides up-to-date news about the ECML, its partners, as well as relevant sectors of the Council of Europe. It also focuses on national developments in the field of language education in the member states and beyond.
This issue focuses on the following topics and resources:
Call for proposals for the ECML 2020-2023 programme "Inspiring innovation in language education: changing contexts, evolving competences"
ECML programme developments
- “Learning environments where modern languages flourish”: EOL tools and resources tested by 28 participants from 28 countries
- "Towards a common resource for language-related teacher competences?" webinar
- Training and consultancy activities 2019 for ECML member states planned in in Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Denmark, Greece, Montenegro, Poland and Sweden
Resources edited by / published on the ECML
- New video on „Pluriliteracies teaching for deeper learning“
- Redesigned ECML website dedicated tot he European Language Portfolio
- Online directory of language associations/organisations
- Article on "Inspiring language learning in the early years"
- Publication on the use of the Framework of reference for pluralistic approaches to languages and cultures (FREPA) in Germany
Recent resources in Austria, France and Norway
Forthcoming events oft he Professional Network Forum of the ECML
Council of Europe developments
- European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages: Germany
- Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities: resolutions, opinions, state reports relating to Albania, Azerbaijan, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Russian Federation, Slovak Republic, Spain, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Georgia and Montenegro
- Education portal for online learning
- International Roma Day 2019
- Recent Council of Europe publications
News from other organisations
- 2019 - International Year of Indigenous Languages
- Recent publications (European Union, OECD, Mercator - European Research Centre on Multilingualism and Language Learning)