The e-lang team and its two Canadian associate partners held a hybrid workshop on November 4 and 5 2021, both at the ECML in Graz and online. During the workshop, which brought together 27 participants from across the Council of Europe countries, the foundations of the project and its first deliverables were presented: the profile of the citizen as a user of languages and technology, the pedagogical approach and the first tasks designed by the team. The workshop also provided participants with an opportunity to design tasks which will be finalised in the coming months.
The participants were particularly satisfied with the workshop and the vast majority plan to implement the approach and the accompanying materials in their practices in language education.
For the team, the workshop brought confirmation of the relevance of its pedagogical choices and its work. The team is therefore particularly motivated for the next stages of production: a book presenting the pedagogical framework and tasks for the development of digital citizenship and language competences.
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Christian OLLIVIER (trad. Catherine Jeanneau)