Author: Catherine Seewald/15 October 2018/Categories: Show on front page, ECML programme 2016-2019, Action research communities for language teachers
At the beginning of September, Christine Lechner and Marianne Jacquin had the opportunity to present the ARC project as the opening keynote at the first international Conference held by the Association en didactique des langues étrangères en Suisse (ADLES) in Lausanne.
The conference brought together university lecturers in language teacher education from Switzerland and Germany and local teachers from different school levels. The thematic range of work presented in workshops was extremely broad.
The opportunity to open the conference with a talk on action research meant that we were able to demonstrate to a large audience how action research can contribute to the enhancement of language teaching, to show how action research functions in practice both at university and school level and to give insights into the work of the ARC project.
The project team:
Christine Lechner (project coordinator, Austria), Angela Gallagher-Brett (United Kingdom),
Tita Mihaiu (Romania), Brynhildur Anna Ragnarsdóttir (Iceland)
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