Dear ENROPErs and Langscapers,
Next Monday, it will eventually be time to welcome you all to Berlin and open our 5-day winter school. We’re looking forward to getting to know you and your research projects, to witness a number of exciting talks and workshop and to discuss all kinds of questions related to plurilingualism and education. Here's the latest version of the programme, also including biodata of speakers and abstracts for speeches and workshops.
The third session of our new online colloquium is going to take place on December 16th, 2022, from 1 - 4 pm (CET). We're happy to welcome Şerif Derince and Katy Humberstone as speakers. Besides, there will be time for our three Special Interest Groups to continue their work. Please use this link to register for the event. Thank you.
On October 24, six members of our Special Interest Group 3 (Language Teacher Development) met for an online roundtable discussion focusing on methodologies in plurilingual studies and the challenges researchers might face while exploring plurilingual teaching in terms of teacher development.
There was a lively exchange on topics such as:
Dear LANGSCAPErs, dear ENROPErs, dear all,
We are happy to announce that the deadline of the Call for Abstracts for our upcoming winter school 2023 "Exploring plurilingual and multilingual teaching practices" (Feb 27 - Mar 3, 2023) has been extended until Oct 28, 2022.
For more information, please download the call here.
We are looking forward to receiving your applications. Please get back to us in case of questions. (-> email@example.com)
On Friday 19th August, ENROPE’s special interesting group in Research Methodology and Ethics organised its first online session. Methodological challenges related to multilingual research was the title and the topic of this first session. The idea behind the session was that participants could bring with them a challenge that they currently face in their research.