Category Archives: Conferences & Networking

Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice

The Journal of Applied Linguistcs was launched in 2004 to share research into language that was firmly rooted in ‘real world problems’. It encouraged an interdiscplinary approach to linguistics, but had a strong focus on research into language teaching and … Read More »

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Evolving English

I recently attended the National Association for the Teaching of English (NATE) 5th Annual Research Symposium for initial teacher education at the British Library. The symposium was linked with the free exhibition currently showing at the British Library (November 2010 … Read More »

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Promoting inclusive, plurilingual and intercultural education

Research carried out recently points to the crucial role that a culturally inclusive curriculum plays in the successful learning of bilingual pupils. The work of the Language Policy Division of the Council of Europe has encouraged the implementation of language … Read More »

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Networking with other European Colleagues

In November, I had the chance to network with European colleagues from 7 countries – Germany, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, United Kingdom – and learn about new ideas for an inclusive education. The event was hosted at King’s College … Read More »

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