Athens, 8-10 April 2022
29th ICC-Languages Annual Hybrid Conference
Winds of change – teaching and learning languages in a changing environment.
What will the future of language teaching look like after Covid-19? That is the theme of our 2022 conference.
The ICC invites proposals on the following topics.
- The changing environment of learning and teaching languages –do we still need language teachers?
- Hybrid, Hyflex or blended language teaching and learning?
- Teacher and learner motivation
- New technologies are here to stay. Smartphone and mobile applications for the language classroom (automation and communication)
- The importance of teacher training and in particular one-to-one teacher training
- Language lasts but Culture is quicker. Engaging language learners through culture
- Refugees and migrants’ language and cultural challenges- How does our teaching need to adapt?
- Teaching languages for specific purposes online
- Best practice in online assessment
- KPI – Key Performance Indicator – driven language learning- how to measure success?
- Coaching and accelerated learning- can they work together?
- Do L2 teachers need EMI (English as a medium of instruction) support?
The pandemic has made us rethink our views about language teaching and learning. The demand for languages is increasing rapidly in a global economy. We are also facing an increase of migration into Europe both for work and safety reasons and the demand for languages of the receiving countries is growing.
As in former years, the 2022 conference will create a platform for teachers to present their ideas, share good practice in lectures, workshops and poster presentations both online and face to face.
The conference will enable participants to discuss new teaching and learning strategies and to help individuals utilise their previous learning experiences to learn about new ways of learning.
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