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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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Involving parents in plurilingual and intercultural education - Resources and examples of practice

A resource website to inform parents and educational practitioners about the cognitive and social benefits of parental involvement in plurilingual and intercultural education.
The aim of this website is to disseminate knowledge on the benefits of involving parents in plurilingual and intercultural education. Working with parents as partners facilitates not only language acquisition, but also the development of positive attitudes towards otherness, attitudes which are necessary for the harmonious development of individuals and society. The dissemination of information and knowledge on such practices will contribute to overcoming fears about including parents in school activities. A number of activities are presented which will provide parents and teachers with tools that will help them to work together in plurilingual and intercultural education.

Target group(s): teachersteacher educatorsparents

Publication year: 2015

Author(s): Michel Candelier, Xavier Pascual Calvo, Anna Maria Curci, Brigitte Gerber

Promotional documents:
Flyer (EN)
Dépliant (FR)
Ulotkę (PL)



PARENTS - Website (EN) (FR)

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