Starting date of the event: 2021-11-02
Ending date of the event: 2021-11-04
Event venue (city, country): Online, Irlandia
Working language: English
Sector: School Education (SE)
Number of participants: 40
Coordinating NA: IE01 - Léargas
Themes and goals:
Are you a primary school teacher or a post-primary language teacher? Do you want to provide your students that have a migrant or refugee background with more opportunities to use and develop their home language(s) at school, all while supporting raising proficiency levels in the language of schooling?
Then join us for “Supporting home languages and the languages of schooling with Erasmus+”, a thematic seminar that will address such issues as literacy development, overall student wellbeing and motivation to engage in the learning process.
Classrooms in Europe have become increasingly multilingual, with around 9% of all pupils speaking a different language at home than at school. It has become increasingly important for schools to adopt inclusive and multilingual classroom policies and practices which value and support the development of the students’ entire linguistic repertoire. But how can these policies translate in the realities and practices of a primary or post-primary classroom?
The seminar will put a special emphasis on the classroom practices that can achieve simultaneous support for home languages and the languages of schooling.
Profile of participants:
Primary and Post-Primary Teachers.
To meet other teachers active in Erasmus+ who will showcase how they are supporting overall literacy by allowing students to use and develop their home language(s) at school
To gain new ideas as well as a better understanding of how such practices can be incorporated within the realities of a primary or post-primary classroom;
To learn about professional development opportunities for teachers, such as job-shadowing or training abroad that can enhance the understanding and encourage the adoption of inclusive language practices
W szkoleniu mogą wziąć udział osoby pełnoletnie, których profil zawodowy oraz profil instytucji odpowiadają tematyce i celom wydarzenia, a stopień znajomości języka, w którym prowadzone będzie wydarzenie, pozwala na aktywny udział. Wydarzenie w pełni finansowane ze środków programu Erasmus+. Obowiązkowe jest uczestnictwo w CAŁOŚCI wydarzania.
Dysponujemy 2. miejscami na to wydarzenie dla polskich uczestników.
Zgłoszenie – do 15 października 2021 roku, za pomocą strony https://salto-et.net/