Holi-Frysk 2.0 is the successor of Holi-Frysk 1.0. Holi-Frysk 1.0 showed that using multilingualism in the classroom was of added value to the pupils and their development. The wish to continue this project with more and improved activities, more schools and structured research on the effects of these activities on attitudes, proficiency and didactics, led to Holi-Frysk 2.0.
This project focuses on and develops courses for youth workers, who are well situated to advise young people on how capitalizing on their minority language skills can help them in their search for work.
This project aims to design and implement effective training tools for enhancing key skills and competences of both highly skilled refugees and the language teachers who work with them, and thus enhance employability and societal integration.
This project will develop new methods for teachers in primary schools that make use of and value migrant languages in the class room. In addition these methods will focus on combining languages in the class room, as opposed to teaching each language separately.
This project will serve as a pilot study for the development of multilingual teaching methods for different types of secondary schools. Research will be conducted into the implementation of new teaching methods and the effects it has on the language attitudes and the effectiveness of teachers.