Join our brand new interactive course for language educators. You get the opportunity to develop your language teaching skills in an international environment. Participants have workshops and brainstorming sessions which focus on using works of art as a tool in language learning classroom. In addition to classes and workshops led by expert facilitators, the course includes visits to cultural spaces and museums, with time to explore and find inspiration. Venice is incredibly international with a wide range of cultures represented in the artwork displayed.
New reality, new possibilities offline – online – onlife
10 September 2022
26Online Educa Berlin (OEB) is the annual global, cross-sector conference and exhibition on digital learning and training.
Re-imagining Our Vision for Learning
- Thought through learning design for online teaching and learning
- L&D Capability and leadership: Learning as a strategic instrument
- Creating the human experience
- Using learning technologies to structure the learning experience
- Making decisions with data: Improving effectiveness, outcomes and quality
- Keep learning: capabilities, competencies, skills and credentials
- Initiating and implementing digital transformation
- Preparing for the future of learning
Digital citizenship through language education
The project seeks to help learners become digital citizens and develop the capacity to use digital media critically, creatively and autonomously in several languages. The project will build on recommendations and guidelines from the Council of Europe and other international institutions as well as on national policies in order to develop a pedagogical framework and resources for use by language teachers.
Developing transversal competences in language education
In many education systems, the development of learners’ transversal competences has become an important focus of policy. Working on learners’ ‘transversal competences’ means developing their knowledge, skills, attitudes and values in areas such as global citizenship, education for sustainable development and media education, and also their intrapersonal and interpersonal ‘21st century skills’, which include co-operation, teamwork, critical thinking, and digital literacy etc.
The ICC is a member of the ECSPM (European Civil Society Platform for Multilingualism) and thus involved in a very interesting project:
Developing an agenda and a roadmap for achieving full digital language equality in Europe by 2030
With a large and all-encompassing consortium consisting of 52 partners covering all European countries, research and industry and all major pan-European initiatives, the European Language Equality (ELE) project develops a strategic research, innovation and implementation agenda as well as a roadmap for achieving full digital language equality in Europe by 2030. The whole project is designed in such a way that all individual work streams create input for the strategic agenda, for example, in terms of empirical evidence, desk research or technology deep dives.
Read more: https://european-language-equality.eu/