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Mercator Multilingualism Lecture 2021: We talk, they listen. About the role of language exposure in early multilingual development.
Research fellow Dr Tjeerd de Graaf is keynote speaker in the Endangered Languages Session. Organised by Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań (PL).
GCMC will host a webinar on September 15th at 4pm. Learn more about the outcomes and insights of the first phase of the project.
Mercator researcher Dr Ruth Kircher will present her research on 'Intergenerational language transmission' at AILA2021, University of Groningen (NL).
Mercator researcher Kircher and co-researchers (Universities McGill & Concordia) present together at the conference 'ISB13', University of Warsaw (PL).
28 June/2 July. Hosted by Blanquerna - Universitat Ramon Llull (Barcelona). With a guest lecture by FA/Mercator researcher Dr Ruth Kircher.
FA/Mercator researchers Kircher and Schukking present at the conference 'Approaches to Language, Migration & Identity', University of Sussex (UK).
FA/Mercator interns Smeins and Wildenburg are nominated for the LC Awards for their research on the multilingual game BabelAR by VirtuLApp.
Mercator researcher Kircher and Dr Ethan Kutlu (University of Florida) present together at the online conference 'eSS23', University of Hong Kong.
ENROPE workshop: Research, Career Paths and Future Prospects in the Field of Plurilingualism and Education. Hosted by the University of Siegen.
26-28 May 2021, Zadar (Croatia). Submission abstracts: 1 Nov 2020 - 15 Jan 2021. Organised by University of Zadar, SOAS University of London, Mercator European Research Centre and CIDLes.
For anyone interested in developments surrounding new technologies, gamification, minority languages and diversity in multilingual classrooms.
24-26 March 2021. With presentations from Mercator researchers Kircher, Kuipers-Zandberg, Dijkstra and Mercator's guest researchers Gorter and Duarte.
The focus of this afternoon event will be the development of professional identities for junior researchers working in the field of plurilingualism and foreign language education. Join us!
ENROPE’s Online Study Phase #3 is going to take place as an online/ blended learning event on March 15 (full day) and March 16 (morning), 2021. It is being organised by the Universität Siegen.
Online lecture by Mecator researcher Dr Ruth Kircher, hosted by the Canadian Centre for Studies and Research on Bilingualism and Language Planning (CCERBAL)
Met o.a. een Mercator-presentatie over het onderwijsproject GCMC. Georganiseerd door het Lectoraat Meertaligheid & Geletterdheid, NHL Stenden Hogeschool.
This ENROPE Multiplier Event, hosted by İstanbul Üniversitesi-Cerrahpaşa, is a combined seminar/ workshop about 'Reflective Portfolio-Based Approaches in Language Education & Research'.
A full day of information and discussion about multilingual teaching in different parts of Europe.
7-9 December, 2020. With presentations by Mercator researchers on the SPEAKABOO project and on the innovative multi-didactic approaches of the VirtuLApp and the COMBI project.
Learn more about global citizenship and multilingual practices in the classroom, with MA Bakk. Prof. Wilma Hauser (University of Teacher Education, Austria).
Learn more about global citizenship and multilingual practices in the classroom with Dr. Sara Ganassin (Newcastle University, UK).
ENROPE’s second Intensive Study Week is held online from 23-27 November 2020, hosted by University Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris (FR).
The Multilingual Primary Schools virtual multiplier event will share context and outputs of the VirtuLApp project. Chaired by Prof Lorna Carson.
Learn about the various tools and resources that VirtuLApp develops which include an AR-Game to stimulate the use of pupils’ (home) languages!