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The work of the ECML represents a collective effort and determination to enhance the quality in language education at challenging times. The publications illustrate the dedication and active involvement of all those who participated in a series of international projects and training and consultancy activities. The promotion of the programme outputs and their adaptation to different learning environments is supported through National Contact Points in each of the member states of the Centre. Read more

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A quality assurance matrix for CEFR use

It provides a quality assurance matrix for CEFR use and suggests clear, coherent, and relevant procedures to facilitate planning, teaching and assessment as well as promising practices that can be used by different stakeholders at the levels of policy, curriculum development, teaching and assessment. In addition there are promising practices that can be used by different stakeholders at the levels of policy, curriculum development, teaching and assessment.

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• An interactive matrix for selfevaluation and online tutorials
• A database with examples of promising practices
• CEFR-related quality principles in language education
• A collection of resources for planning, teaching and assessment

The CEFR quality matrix
supports teachers and other language education professionals in engaging in curriculum renewal supported by the CEFR vision of teaching and learning. The action-oriented approach fostered by the CEFR integrates planning, teaching and assessment as a means to promote quality in language education.

The web-based selfassessment tool helps…
• to become familiar with quality assurance procedures and tools that can facilitate and support effective pedagogical practices;
• to conduct a practical diagnosis of strengths and weaknesses of CEFR implementation;
• to promote transparency in CEFRinformed curricular and pedagogical development within communities of practices.
Promising practices

What are the most important aspects to bear in mind in the innovation process? What has been found to work well? What are the common pitfalls to be avoided? The promising practices respond to these questions and comprise examples of CEFR implementation in different educational contexts. These examples may offer inspiration for the implementation of projects in other settings.

Target group(s): teachersteacher educatorsdecision-makers

Publication year: 2019

Author(s): Enrica Piccardo, Czura Anna , North Brian , Erickson Gudrun

Promotional documents:
Flyer (EN)
Dépliant (FR)

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