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EPALE focus: European Day of Languages

On the 26 September EPALE is celebrating European Day of Languages. We love languages at EPALE – learning new languages can help share information and experiences across borders, broaden our cultural horizons and improve cognitive function.

 

On the 26 September EPALE is celebrating European Day of Languages. We love languages at EPALE – learning new languages can help share information and experiences across borders, broaden our cultural horizons and improve cognitive function.

In honour of European Day of Languages, we’ll be hosting a day-long discussion which will be moderated by language teacher and polyglot Alex Rawlings and EPALE’s thematic coordinator for Quality, Andrew McCoshan. We’re looking for people who are passionate about language learning to take part in the panel discussion – if this sounds like you, get in touch.

We’re also on the lookout for articles, opinion blogs, resources and case studies about language learning. This could include:

  • Effective ways of teaching
  • Digital tools for learning
  • Language learning environments
  • Ways of assessing language learning
  • Benefits of language learning

If you have a blog post, news story, event, video or case study relating to language learning, you can submit this for publication by sending it over to us at helpdesk@epale-support.eu. By posting a content item, you’ll be sharing it with EPALE’s 15,000 registered users across Europe.

 You can also register and upload your content yourself by visiting the blog, news, event or resource section.

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