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Jon Nordmeyer 🌎 8 Dec 16
Becoming Bilingual: It’s an Asset, Not a Waste
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The Language Revolution Mar 24
On 27th March, tweet a photo/quote/fact about at 0900/2100GMT and join the hashtag to celebrate the first International Day of Multilingualism! More info here:
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Angelica Galante 4 Dec 18
Hot off the press! Check out important contributions from international scholars to this new volume on interdisciplinary approaches to education. Humbled to be among such a great team of multilingual educators!
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Angelica Galante 12 Oct 18
My latest research article published at 's Applied Linguistics Newsletter provides further evidence of the benefits of plurilingual instruction compared to monolingual instruction.
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Terry Lamb 19 Jun 18
Gonski's missed opportunity on languages - the benefits of learning and maintaining are innumerable. UK & Australia in a very similar situation.
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MFL Mentoring Cymru Jun 7
talking about For the new Welsh curriculum, plurilingualism means.... 1. All languages are included 2. Fluency is not as important as curiosity and experience 3. Building connections between languages 4. Bridging subject areas
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Plurilingual Lab 30 Oct 18
Check out this excellent special issue of Studies Review on Are we living in times of the rise or fall of monolingualism? Hoping for the latter.
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Sean Lynch 林澤厚 5 Jun 17
"Speaking in Tongues:" why plurilingualism is more valuable than ever ()
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Angelica Galante 8 Apr 17
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Dulala Jul 24
[Brain - mozak - મગજ 🧠] What happens in our when we use ? Not only does strengthen our cognitive abilities, but it also facilitates the development of our empathy and openness to the world. Feel free to share this poster !
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Thomas H Bak 24 Oct 18
Replying to @siminnes @nnriaz and 14 others
a few weeks ago I argued passionately for community to work together & not against each other; now I do it again in today's Times "Thunderer" column: the choice is not between languages but between & /
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CASLT ACPLS May 30
This 20-year-old Montreal student speaks 19 — and counting.
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Shelina Adatia May 5
Wonderful spent presenting, listening, learning & socializing with fantastic people! Thanks !
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CERLL OISE 11 May 17
Today at presents in Action: Perspectives from refugee language teachers in a Brazilian NGO.
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Atala Andratis 4 May 17
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xatac5 6 Aug 17
Every Wednesday, a CATALAN on education :) Next: code 52 48 45
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Yecid Ortega 3 Aug 17
Linguistic diversity is the norm in Canada now. Plurilingual education is needed now more than ever.
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Angelica Galante 18 Mar 17
Looking forward to sharing contributions from refugee language teachers in Brazil this afternoon at
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FIPLV 10 Jun 18
, () FIPLV Secretary General, presents opening keynote of the Nordic Baltic Region Conference organised by & Vilnius University at the premises of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania.
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Bonnie Jean Nicholas Apr 14
This is powerful. It's time in for everyone to view every learner's first language as an asset & a resource that can be used to facilitate learning English.
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