Language Policy and the European Strategies
Compulsory education, from kindergarten to upper-secondary: projects that are being carried out in Portuguese schools with bilingual education using the CLIL methodology, implying other institutions as the British Council Portugal and the European Council for Modern Languages.
Higher education and research: a consortium that is developing a European project to support translation of scientific works for publication - OPERAS+.
The main aim of the event is to build partnerships among institutions from any of the four sectors invited to take part (school education, VET, adult education and HEIs) to develop projects on multilingualism or multilingualism issues. The organizers will introduce guidelines and the invited speakers will provide/supply inputs that are going to inform and inspire all participants, mainly those with few or non-relevant experience in planning and developing European partnership projects
The activity will focus on providing an overview on some relevant aspects of multilingualism keeping in mind several needs of the participants according to the sectors they belong to and for the different stages in international cooperation and mobility activities involving institutions from the different sectors.
This event addresses teachers, project managers and representatives of different kinds of education and training institutions and decision makers, for with an increasing mobility within the European space multilingual issues require new approaches not only in the learning/teaching process, in the research communication and scientific publishing, but also at the national policies level. This event offers them space to explore the programme as a tool for supporting their participation within the programme itself.
The setting up of school partnerships do develop projects on multilingualism and the strengthen relations and project development among universities and HEI; strengthening national multilingual policies by supporting projects in this area
· Enhance participants from all the four sectors in getting involved in European partnerships and cooperation activities.
· Present hands-on approach when planning and implementing new European partnership project applications.
· Provide concrete and practical advice and methods for getting involved in European projects.
· Have experience with the Erasmus+ ET European project activities
· Potentially institutions with a few experiences with organizing projects for mixed multilingual groups that want to develop strategical approaches.
Partners and participants
All education levels, including teachers, trainers, professores and policy makers.
Pending booked places