Translanguaging pedagogy: an emancipatory approach for plurilingual pupils.
Date: Tuesday 28th February 2017
Venue: Europe House, London
This event was targeted towards those involved at a policy level (local, national, and European), and in teacher education such as researchers, scholars and associations, who are concerned with the education of bi/multilingual pupils in schools in Europe and Roma pupils in particular, and in the inclusion of Roma communities.
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 10th-11th November 2016
This conference celebrated linguistic pluralism and introduced ways of teaching children who are learning English as an additional language. The conference includesd speakers who are experts in multilingual/plurilingual pedagogical approaches and intercultural education from the UK, Finland and France and experts in Romani languages and heritage from the UK and Romania.
For more information, please download the Newcastle poster (PDF)
Oradea, Romania 26th-27th October 2016
This conference celebrated linguistic pluralism and introduced ways of teaching children who live and learn in more than one languages. It included speakers who are experts in mutilingual/plurilingual pedagogical approaches and intercultural education from the UK, Finland and France and experts in Romani languages and heritage from Romania.
For more information please download the Oradea flyer pdf
‘Monolingual habitus or linguistic pluralism? Supporting bilingual pupils/ pupils with EAL in their everyday learning alongside parents as language experts.’ Presentation at Research Centre for Learning and Teaching showcase (Newcastle University, 5th October 2016) http://www.ncl.ac.uk/ecls/news/conferences/cflat2016/. Heather Smith.
'Le projet Romtels : un projet de médiation culturelle, identitaire, linguistique et numérique'. Presentation at ACEDLE, 2016. Nathalie Auger, Brahim Azaoui, Florence Guiraud, Christelle Houée, Frédéric Miquel, Jérémi Sauvage.
‘Architecting Collaborative Learning Places’. Workshop at Association for Computing Machinery Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ACM ITS, Madeira, Portugal, November 2015). Phil Heslop.
We gave a progress update about ROMtels at the Research Centre for Learning and Teaching away day at Newcastle University (9th July 2015). Heather Smith.